New GT5 Video: Violent Crashes, Night Racing, & More

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=746uWpjd85w

Polyphony Digital’s latest official video shows off GT5’s newest visual effects, including night racing and violent rollover crashes. Video quality will continue to improve over the next few minutes as YouTube finishes encoding this HD video.

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  1. Craigles

    The crash with the 370z didn’t look relalistic and why don’t the cars get damaged in a violent crash video

  2. Vince

    Ok after digging around and doing some careful reading, it seems as though a lot of people are a little upset about the crappy looking damage. I kind of am also. I hate it when things like this don’t live up to your expectations. I’ve seriously considered abandoning the gt5 franchise mainly because the exclusion of damage. Real time deformation to be exact. When I see certain simulations such as Live for Speed and Rfactor for the pc I see just how much a game like gran turismo is lacking. I have played lfs for a long time now and feel like the tire deformation and damage are very advanced and cannot be matched as of yet by any console racer.

    But, I will say this. PD says in one of gtppanets previous articles that “standard cars” will all have scratches, dents and dirt, as well as parts thy due fall off. However only premium cars will have deformable parts that fall off. So basically it seems as though although we are seeing premium cars in the video getting hit, I believe that their respective damage levels were all set to basic or “standard” damage. Maybe to have a surprise in the upcoming months when we see full damage. Such as popped tires, crushed or torn apart fenders and completely destroyed vehicles. For this I will buy another ps3 and a new gt27 logitech racing wheel.

  3. G

    just had a thought, Im hoping someone can remember who said this and where. but who remembers a brief comment talking about the difference between standard and premium cars? That person roughly said premium will be beautiful modelled to the finest detail for each car… over say the standards, so say a ferrari enzo will look bang on but a mustang will just be a mustang… now what I think that means is say to save time and space say you get a mustang gt and a roush mustang and a gt500 although there maybe differences in the real cars theyll all have the standard mustang cockpit to save unneeded modelling? same for all the civics, skylines and evos… it would save tonnes of time if they did something like that. maybe, just maybe thats a standard cockpit for you…

    1. G

      see this is something people have been throwing about how can something like say the suzuki cuppacino be premium because we’ve all seen the cockpit view, but something like a countach be standard and no cockpit?

  4. peewee737

    Nice video. I like the fact that it’s possible to roll a car over. But seriously, cars rolling over is a bit of a rarity in real life racing. Hope they don’t implement it on every tiny crash or bump….

    Ps. Love all the detail PD, but please, no screen tearing please… High speed ring turn 3 with traffic, was hard on my PS3. Fps dropped dramaticly. To me fps is more important than detail….

  5. Geo_212

    Hey, Jordan, I’d be much obliged if you removed comments with language (such as f***, s*** or a**), because I’ve seen a few posts that are offensive as such. I’m not at all blaming you (heck, I don’t have proof that you *don’t* remove those posts), just a request! ;)

    ~Geo_212~

    1. G

      I would like to have a say on all those people saying they wont be buying the game because theres been no comfirmation of cockpits on standard cars, or you cant drive around a city in Test drive unlimited style free roam, or the cars dont atomise on impact like in burnout… I’m kinda glad youre not buying the game, as I’m sure many other loyal GT fans are. While I fully understand you want the moon on a stick, GT fans want Gran Turismo. I for one would happily buy, play and no doubt enjoy the game even if it had half the cars, no cockpit views AT ALL, No damage (like old GT games) and no online play… I would enjoy and play the game for the pure simple pleasure of racing… like I did with PS1 and PS2… so please dont tell us youre not buying it… just go and buy one of the many other fine arcade racers out there. Thank you for your time! :)

    2. mht999

      i think cockpit view won’t be available on standard cars cuz all the cars have tinted windows in the standard cars vid ,despite that i’m still gona buy it but i’m kinda disappointed ,there is also a posibility that it will have the same engine sound ,hope they improve it

    1. terminator363

      oh wow, that looks terrifeing imagine if they make you pay to fix the damage with Credits in game! That would be REAL realistic (Maby you could buy car insurance in the beggining when you first get gt5?) :P

    2. G

      Loving that… Good find on the photo. As for insurance if I have to deal with a talking mearkat or a fat annoying opera singer that will annoy me more than any missing dashboards haha!

      (for our none UK readers, please see youtube and type in compare the Market TV ads… and Go Compare for that fat annoying git that is the opera singer haha)

  6. George Washington

    Can anyone confirm whether head tracking will work in 2D mode? I REALLY am looking forward to this feature, but won’t bite on the 3D craze

    1. George Washington

      So, I need a 3DTV to use head tracking in 2D mode? Does that make any sense? Was that really what you meant to say?

    2. Marcus

      but think about it how can it work you have to turn your head whilst still keeping your eyes on the screen

    3. Geo_212

      It’s already been said that it will work in 2D. It would be a really stupid move for Sony to ONLY appeal to 3DTV owners (barely anyone can afford them :P).

  7. LordVonPS3

    Here’s an idea.
    800 cars with customisation….. of interior detail!

    Allow gamers to recreate their favourite car interiors and share them with other gamers. That way, everyone’s happy.

  8. Geo_212

    Any news regarding the engine sounds? I’ll be EXTREMELY ticked off if they sound like broken hairdryers like from Prologue…

  9. Roscoe

    im sure they are included, but i havent seen any aston martins in the recent videos or screenshots. i hope they have the DBS and One-77 coz they r peng

    1. Marcus

      What about the new mclaren and the lexus lfa. This year has been full of supercars. ALso the new 599 gto

    2. Roscoe

      true, but at least their manufacturers have been seen, no aston martins wat so ever. Hopefully noble might be included

    3. Sam__NY

      They showed an Aston Martin DB9 in the Christmas day Hong Kong GT5 trailer already. So don’t worry.

  10. AMG

    GT5 release november 2010 worldwide

    more then 200 premuim cars
    800 standard cars
    20 premuim tracks
    50 standard tracks
    full tunning for premuim cars body …
    full damage premuim cars
    low high beams, horn, reserve lights
    day a night cycle 24 hours
    Weather , rain , dust ,wind , fog ,manuel windscreen wipers
    Gt5 2D 1080p 60fps , 3D 1080p 30fps , headtraking , track gps
    photo mode 18 megapixel
    online chat , voice ….

    unknown specu track editior and more

  11. MarkPL

    Well, to be honest.. My feelings about all this mess are kinda devided. Now, I can’t believe that a game such as GT5 won’t release cockpit view in all of the included cars, that would be a disaster, but on the other hand, is it really so difficult for KY to answer a simple question? I mean, this is madness, we don’t want to believe in the sad news about the cockpits but it is very likely that only 200 rides will include them. Can’t they just say yes or no?

  12. Stu

    ‘its the 4th time I’m writing this: BMW 135 FROM PROLOGUE IS PREMIUM!!!!!!

    and its not a great car :),thats why I really wonna know premium car list ;)’

    The premium cars will be every car that’s been modelled since GT5 development started plus a selection of key cars from old GT games.

  13. icant55

    Jordan:why are you erasing my comments… i thought i could comment just like anyone else here??????

    1. Jordan

      I don’t see any record of deleted posts from you. Regardless, I reserve the right to delete any comment for any reason.

  14. Narly

    oh thank you marcus for the explanation :), so lets get to the point standard model’s will have cockpits but, not as fine detailed as premium “end of story”. thank you bye bye see you later :P

  15. ElieTheBear

    its like a new prologue with more cars in a gt4 hd game ! ok that was my last comment on this .. I take vacancy for the next news :)

    1. Erik

      Well, it could be a prologue… if the defenition of a prologue all comes down to the number of cars. You forget all other aspects of the game, there’s a lot more to Gran Turismo than the number of cars.

  16. ElieTheBear

    the thing is .. in gt3 (first for the ps2) they didnt scaled up (ps1 gt2) cars !?!? its the first time that they are not builting it for the new console gen(ps3) … and maybe they add new physics engine on them( I hope lol) … but what about the graphism … scaled up and polysh ?? and the sound … ?? they surely not have recorded 800 old gt4 car sound with the today technology what forza surely did because it sounds better… so here no just my point but THE FACT !! and for all these years .. theyve been playing PREMIUM cars trailers too fooled us … GT5Prologue … (only premium) no standard / premium cars in prologue .. weird because its a prologue … they have given us the real taste .. .. and I dont know how long after one or two delays … oh and guys … 800 of the cars in gt5 or not really … cars built from the next gen engine … this is .. from all the series … the baddest move from a GT from a first title on a new generation console … .maybe people who dont drive in cockpit view dont care .. I understand that …. but the trailers ans prologue just of premium … its normal we thought we have 1000 perfect car anyway … still waiting for the cockpit confirmation … the thing is again lol .. Kaz knows we dont like that : P I better like a GT PSP BLACK FRAMED cockpit view … because with my steering wheel .. I want to drive as a driver in a simulator … its simple .. !! but im not complaining !! wer talking here :P

    1. Erik

      The game is mainly about the 200 premium cars. The rest 800 are classics brought in from previous versions. So rather than saying “we’re getting a lot of crap”, say “we’re getting 200 cars, yay! It’s a lot less than the 1000 cars I was expecting, but I’d rather play the game in November 2010 than in November 2020. And the 800 classics they brought into the game might be fun to collect and drive, for all the memories and nostalgia.”

      But yes, instead of saying “1000+ cars” they should have said “200+ cars”

    2. Erik

      Personally I’m not too upset about the standard car thing, I had been looking forward to drive classics like the Fiat 500 with an authentic interior… but c’est la vie… And I’m actually more excited about the daylight transition and all the new visual effects than I am disappointed with the standard cars issue. I will probably use standard cars a lot during races, but when going for the epic roadmovie sunset rides I’ll use a premium. I just hope that the selection of premum cars will have some variations, so it’s not just the latest sports cars in that category.

  17. Narly

    “The Standard cars apparently won’t have the exact interior modeling. For example, an Enzo’s interior will look like the real deal, but your typical Mustang’s will look like exactly like Mustang’s.”

    emmmm…someone explain?

    1. Marcus

      Means the Enzo(premium) will look like an enzo to the finest detail and that the Mustang will basically look like a gt5 p cockpit

    2. jBat17

      this is what i’ve been saying. there are no e3 previews that say standard cars will not have cockpit view. the only difference is the high level of detail and realism in the interior view of premium cars.

      interior details =/= cockpit view

    1. G

      It is the old GT, but that gives us a rough idea at how the standard cars should look… if not better as like its been said already this is old.! And Standard cars have very dark tinted windows the windows in that pic are blacked out which is a clear signal the standard cars will look better :D BULLY!

  18. danielwhite74

    As you wish, ElieTheBear:

    “Over 800 of the cars will be “standard”, the majority of which have been brought from previous GT titles. Despite the nomenclature, they still look great – all of the classic “muscle cars” we saw in the latest batch of screenshots are all “standard”.”

    One of the muscle cars in question:

    gtpla.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/gran-turismo-5-e3-2010-screenshots-1.jpeg

  19. MarkPL

    I think we should all just wait till november 2nd :P
    Although, that would be a major mistake to include only 200 ‘cockpit view’ cars. Come on, Forza 3 has it, low quality but it still counts! It would be rediculously stupid to release 800 cars with arcade view.. But You know, people will buy it anyway so.. Let’s wait.

  20. Marcus

    Granted IRL isn’t Making an appearance but that was realised and corrected within a month. Cockpit views weren’t. Therego with all the evidence i have convinced myself and i hope most of you that all cars will have cockpits and that premium cars will have interior damage.
    What do you think?

    1. ElieTheBear

      SHOW ME AN STANDARD COCKPIT VIEW FROM GT5 !! someone lol get kaz the confirmation ! why this is so …. not confirmed feature !

    2. ferhound

      danielwhite74

      Tell me you dont care about having cockpit view on all cars. what a random username you have.

  21. Kevin

    So when is the last time anyone has played GT4? Look at the interiors! I’ve taken so many shots in photo mode of convertibles with the top down in GT4 Photo Mode, and you can see a decently recreated dash interior. There are even GPS units in certain cars. Pop in it and hop in a Z4. Now tell me how could that already modeled interior not make its way into something as simple as a cockpit view for all cars? If they are remodeled from GT4, we will have cockpit views!

    1. ElieTheBear

      they said 1000 cars modeled both interior and out with dashboard displays ….. !! what a joke

    1. ferhound

      Why dont you read man?

      danielwhite74
      Precisely. Prologue’s cars weren’t Premium, yet they featured cabin view.

  22. ferhound

    The cars in GT5 Prologue werent premium (like Daihatsu Copen Active Top Daihatsu OFC-1) so for cockpit on non premium he may suggested not as detailed as premium cars.

    1. [The Stig]

      its the 4th time I’m writing this: BMW 135 FROM PROLOGUE IS PREMIUM!!!!!!

      and its not a great car :),thats why I really wonna know premium car list ;)

  23. Lee

    P.S. For the record, I’m pretty confident that ALL cars in Gran Turismo 5 will have interior views. Why so confident, you ask? If we are all basing this issue from Kaz’s statements (i.e. poor translation) regarding Premium cars VS. Standard cars with Gran Turismo 5: Prologue in mind, then the Suzuki Cappuccino ’95 in GT5:P by no means should be considered a “Premium” car, and yet, it still had it’s interior fully rendered. So I can’t imagine GT5 developers scraping the already exhisting interiors in these standard cars, and therefore, we should be expecting cockpit views of ALL cars, and extrodinarly detailed/destructable cockpit views in “Premium” cars. :)

  24. Marcus

    p.s. noticed mistake. Full interior recreation= standard and Premium cars’ interiors are created with the minutest of details
 – Harnesses, buttons, carbon fiber weave, wiring all virtually made=premium. obviously.

    Good news no?

    1. danielwhite74

      I had always maintained that Standard cars featured interiors. That should keep the haters quiet for a while, at least.

    2. Marcus

      they aren’t watch the video about standard cars on gt.com. The pictures on the gt website are black tinted because they are from gt psp

    3. daus26

      Marcus, I think you may be misleading people or the article is misleading you. That part of the article specified only premium cars, not standard.

  25. Marcus

    Just uncovered Something massive. It suggests interiors for normal(standard) cars and also a new ‘GT driving school for begginers.

    Kazunori Yamauchi, Gran Turismo franchise creator and Polyphony Digital founder, revealed more details about the upcoming Gran Turismo 5 during an intimate closed door meeting with invited journalists at this year’s E3 convention.

    

Though the game we recently sampled was a close-to-production version, it’s still not finished, the car-crazy executive said. Startup times are promised to be shortened from their current few second leads, Even some fine tuning of graphics engines are expected ahead of the game’s November 2, 2010 release date.

    As you can probably already tell, Yamauchi-san and his teams are some of the world’s most meticulous people. Just look at GT5’s details and you’ll understand. There’s so much detail that the game’s BluRay is almost completely filled with data. Exactly how much is left wasn’t revealed.



    Among the exposed details are:

    

– Two types of cars: Premium and Standard —

    
- Over 800 Standard cars; mostly gathered from the franchise’s previous four editions.
- Over 200 Premium cars
- Total cars available: 1000-plus (final amount has yet to be determined)



    — Premium cars get —

    
- Full interior recreation

    
- Physics damage


    – Scratches, dents, dirt accumulation


    – Deformation and separation of body panels



    — Standard cars get –


    – Physics damage 
- Scratches, dents, dirt accumulation

    

- Premium cars’ interiors are created with the minutest of details
 – Harnesses, buttons, carbon fiber weave, wiring all virtually made

    
- Undersides are detailed as a result of vehicle overturning
- Textures have been especially focused on during rendering

    — NASCAR –


    – 9 cars revealed at E3 demo

    
- More are currently under development ahead of release
- Ability to race NASCAR racers on numerous world circuits (i.e., Nurburgring, Le Mans, etc.) 



    — New Tracks Revealed in E3 Demo –


    – Urban Madrid
- Tuscany, Italy
- Top Gear
- Le Mans (2009)

    
- 24 Hours of Nürburgring

    – Madrid and Tuscany took 2 years to complete

    
- All graffiti on Nürburgring was recreated exactly

    
- Sony of Europe did delete any profanity

    “While racing the 24 Hours of Nürburgring, you can smell people’s barbecues — we couldn’t recreate that.” — Kazunori Yamauchi



    — Photo Mode –


    – Two Modes: Race Photo and Photo Travel



    – Race -
- Take photos of cars racing

    

- Photo Travel -
- Situate vehicles at prescribed locations

    – E3 demo includes: Kyoto, Japan; Italian countryside; Red Bull Hangar 7



    – Full replication of real world wind, weather, and sounds

    
- Allows for Full Manual and AUTO mode usage, just as with professional DSLR cameras
- White Balance, focal length, shutter speed, F stop, etc.



    — Online –



    – Community connectivity allowed
 – Each user gets a “My Lounge” to connect with fellow racers
- Once in lounge, users can chat, watch racing, race each other
- Lounge can be password protected for certain friends

- Every user gets a viewable profile that shows game progress, status, and ability

    

– 3D/ Face Tracking —

    
- Two technologies combined for first time in video game 


    – Gives full perspective of vehicle interior for an immersed experience

    — Visual Effects —

    
- Night, day, shadows, sunset, sunrise all simulated
- low/high beams
- lights will illuminate dust, fog, smoke

    
- Collision sparks

    
- Kicking up debris


    – Horn

    Yamauchi-san also mentioned:

    — Users will be able to race a full 24 Hours of Le Mans or Nurburgring.
    — Full NASCAR races available
    — There will be an available virtual driving school for GT beginners
    — In addition to Ferrari, more Formula 1 teams are expected
    — GT5 will be produced in 12 languages

    link:http://rumors.automobilemag.com/6658994/miscellaneous/still-not-done-but-almost-there-new-gt5-details-revealed-by-creator-at-e3/index.html

    there seems e3 only scrached the surface. Just wait till KAZ releases the game. To all you nay sayers just hang tight.

    1. MagnusKnob

      This is the best news, since the release date! Finally some news where you can tell there will be cockpit/interioer view! Now im happy again.. now i just cant wait for the release date..

  26. Stu

    You to laugh at those who would be happy to sacrifice key features such as damage, head tracking, online etc. in return for modelling 800+ normal cars interiors simply because they want to drive an elderly Honda or Toyota, ignoring the other 799 cars.

  27. Lee

    Are my eyes tricking me, or at the 00:37 mark does the Nissan Skyline Calsonic leave a tire skid with it’s driver side rear tire? Also, if you really ‘pause-play’-play’during the Nascar the gets slammed into, has some pretty detail side damage on it’s driver side where the door is complete in-caved with pre-existing damage marks. Also, I’m not sure what type of vehicle that is going into the tunnel at the 00:23 mark (Audi? Mercedes?) but it’s ‘brights’ indicator is illumniated on the speedometer. Awesome attention to detail Gran Turismo 5 is. :)

    1. Marcus

      keep the faith ElieTheBear looks like 5 months before we find out if interior minds inside of the car or engine etc. I wouldn’t have minded if there were no cockpits if people didn’t keep finding loopholes.

  28. warp14engage

    After reading the news about the standard cars, I was dissapointed at the fact that not all the cars would have the same level of detail but I understood the time limit Polyphony was having to deal with and believed that the compromise they were making was actually going to be good overall. Then when I actually saw the video of the standard cars and took the opportunity to look closer at them, was when I realised how bad their quality really was. Upon pausing the HD video at a specifically selected point and taking time to analise the detailing on the Playstation Audi R8 Prototype, I was able to notice several graphical flaws worthy of being reported:

    1 – Low polygon count causing roughed edges to appear. This is quite noticeable right below the prototype’s small glass window on the driver’s side.

    2 – Excessive reflections. The car’s surface behaves too much like a mirror, making the car look as if it were made entirely of plastic that has been covered with a coating of varnish.

    3 – Weird, twisted reflections indicative of low amount of polygons. Visible on the left side of the center structure of the car (the one with “Playstation” on it) below the left mirror (right mirror if viewing from driver’s perspective).

    4 – Blurry textures. “Mahle”, “Michelin” and “C8 News” logos show quite a lot of blur.

    5 – General attention to model detail is poor. To understand this we need to look at the headlights, they appear to be textured in rather than being part of the actual car model. Once again the reflections gave away this detail, since the should change from surface to surface, which they don’t. This indicated that the headlight is made of the same material as the rest of the car and isn’t transparent when it should be.

    6 – What we already know. No cockpit view or modelled interiors mean black, strange windows in replays.

    After this comprehensive analysis, the conclusion I’ve reached is that there is a too significant gap between detail levels on premium and standard cars, making it seem as if the game was left unfinished and partially recycled. For a much better presentation, the game should be released with only the premium models, as it was with GT3 A-Spec. Like GT5, GT3 was the fist GT game of its console generation. It had a completely improved and revised graphics engine that first needed to be fully completed before the tons of content based on that engine could be built, content which was added in the excellent game that was GT4. GT5 should be the GT3 A-Spec of this console generation.

    1. zepheadGT3

      your conclusion was really the same one i reached… it just seems like the game is unfinished, and like you said, partially recycled… i thought this was going to be a completly new game from the ground up… but it seems like we are going to get 800 “updated” cars from GT4…

  29. eric

    So what happens after you roll your car? Or damage it so much it is not longer drivable? Is your race over? Because if your car suddenly appears in the middle of the track nice and shinny again that is a bunch of bull arcade crap.
    On a similar note what if you crash head on into a wall at 200mph? is your career over, you need to start over from day 1?

    1. ElieTheBear

      hope the car will stay crashed and not respawn shinny lol .. and stay crahed in the garage too !!

    2. Spaghettimonster

      why??? i think thats an amazing idea. of course i would love to see it fixed live as well. :D

  30. nick

    I’d like to see a gameplay video of someone driving a standard car, so we can see how much of a difference there is. It would be nice if someone also cycled through the cams

  31. Gtkiller

    I’m not bothered anymore by the 800 standard cars. I wouldn’t be surprised if they are going to offer premium pack dlc’s in the future.

  32. seckander

    i will believe there will be cockpit views on all cars until i actually see the kaz say otherwise cause the word cockpit (interior view is somewhat vague) hasn’t been used yet and i feel better thinking that way… perhaps we’ll all be surprised…

  33. james

    I’m so disappointed. I’ve waited 5 years for what appears to be GT4 HD. Most cars don’t have interior view. The damage looks ridiculously bad. Rally racing is still the same unrealistic crap with 2 cars on a closed circuit. Have PD ever even watched a WRC race?

    5 years we’ve waited for this game and all we get is night time (probably not even on all tracks) and neat graphics.

    1. Spaghettimonster

      yeah, i like the rallye cars and tracks in forza 3 much better. not to mention all the other hyper-realistic wrc games. xD

  34. Narly

    SLOVEEEEEEENIIIIIIIIIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Wuuuuuuhuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu 2:0 “well who is slovenia right?” go to hell america!!! XD just kiddin ^^

  35. jBat17

    with all due respect to the author of this article, you are wrong. please stop spreading this misinformation about standard cars not having cockpit view.

    think about it:
    – interior details =/= cockpit view. interior view means view detail of the car has been fully modeled from the real thing.
    – you are basing this on the japanese website? i’m sure something got lost in translation there. where in the english site does it say no cockpit view?
    – no e3 preview says that there won’t be cockpit view.

    again, give me a link to a preview that cleary states no cockpit view for standard cars.

  36. AMG

    THer are 200 premuim cars and 20 premuim tracks , 800 standard cars , 50 standard tracks , 1080p 2d and 3d with pseye and move , day night cycle … fine tunning and busy with weather

  37. Jammy Dodger

    Great vid, but has anyone just thought about what happens when the car has flipped?

    I mean is PD making the race totally realistic and that’s the race finished or does it do that reset thing when you flash straight back onto the track like in Tourist Trophy.

    The last thing is do you reckon that we have to pay for the damage to the cars to be fixed in the oil / repair shop in GT4 or does the damage just vanish once the race is over?

    Can’t wait to find out though !!!!!!!!! Love it!!!

  38. peekaboo

    Do you see how the front of the red Nissan at 0:34 “disappears” into the ground? Tried to slip the buggy collision physics by us with some blur, eh? Not good…

  39. Mário

    We’ve got already 76 highly detailed cars on GT5P, it means we are only having another 130 more? I think all of you feel that 76 altough a big number feels like nothing in the game, it’s like your driving the same cars every time. 200 won’t feel that much either… It’s ok that some of you say that 200 is a lot and most of the games have 50/60 cars but it’s Gran Turismo we’re talking about, their standards were always much higher than anybody else, they are supposed to be in the front by miles! I don’t drive supercars all the time I like to drive some classics and not so fast cars and get the full wow-experience as we had back in GT4 launched back in March 2005 and GT5 NEEDS to be MUCH better, it’s a new console and 5 years later they can’t just pick 800 old cars adapted to the PS3 it’s like the game is only 50% complete.

    I can’t understand Kaz when he said “If we can’t do it right, we won’t do at all” at GT quality level all the cars should be premium, THAT’S doing it right the standard cars are far from it.

  40. ElieTheBear

    never thought I’ll seen a gran turismo trailer looking like this before my ooollld age .. damage and rollovers ! NICE

  41. Me.Switch

    @TokyoDrift
    If you’re right and their will be 800+ std.cars without a cockpitview it would be a big disappointment for me. Of course 200+ prem.cars is a lot and they’re build with awesome detail but i drive only in cockpitview since GT5P. It provides the closet feelings to real live.We will see …
    and i am not going to cry cause as i already said the whole package is mind blowing.

    1. Marcus

      1000 divided by five gives 200 cars per year.
      365 divided by 200 gives 1.8

      looks like I did the cars per year and days in a year the wrong way round. Actually 2 days to work on each car. Still quite a small amount of time.

    2. Mike

      but consider they had more than one person doing the cars, so it was likely much more time per car than that

    3. RS

      They spend 6 months fully modeling a premium car…I remember hearing this in a previous interview. And there is definitely more than 1 person working on a car at once.

  42. daus26

    Freeze frame at the beginning of 0:34 seconds, and look at the RX-7. The biggest dent I’ve seen in a GT game/video.

  43. KilzoneStrife

    ..mmm..I bet the new honads PD is working on is Dlc? He said it might not be ready by the release? Still guys..Im hoping for standard car cockpits.. .HOW else can headtracking with the PS Eye work? It needs a cockpit view…

    1. Sutuki

      Yeah that wouldn’t work without cockpit view :P

      They haven’t really confirmed there’s no cockpits for the standard cars, have they? People just assume it to be so, lol

  44. DrTrouserPlank

    This rollover stuff looks half-baked. If you look at 0.34 in the video you can see the red 350Z land after flipping and it’s utterly rigid and almost floats as the physics can’t really deal with a car being upside down.

    It’s gonna look stupid if cars are half suspended or fail to obey the laws of gravity once they come back down.

  45. Cipudakis

    Look at the smoke out of that blue GTR !!!!!
    If tire smoke will look like that in November , i surely be happy !!! And whats da big deal with the cockpit view people ? :D I mean , first mod i always buy for my new car is WEIGHT REDUCTION STAGE 1 :D And STAGE 1 contains removing all interior and unnessasary comfort components :D So , standart or premium , all my cars will not have any interior , so its not big deal for me :D :D :D

    1. twinspark24

      Hell yeah! That’s my most desired change from GT5P. I do hope it’s optinional for each race.

      I have never realised that November is the month that comes slowliest of all :D

  46. Marcus

    It seems that not all racing cars will be premium. Looks like all lmp1 cars from previous GTs are standard. Watch standard video on the official site.

  47. Stefan1904

    The article mentions that damage is not necessarily applied to all races in the game. Does this only mean that you can turn off damage or what?

    1. Marcus

      I personally think that it means some track will disable the damage. Don’t know why surely if a certain physics is given to a car then surely it dosn’t depend on track. ?????

  48. TokyoDrift

    I wonder if the flying cars will look as lame as they do in Forza 3…

    Anyway, wishful thinking Me.Switch, standard cars will NOT have a cockpit view. Black border at best, just like on PSP.

  49. Mike1

    the whole summer is destroyed thanx to the realese date in november :( i just want it to go over! thanx alot sony and pd. first you make me wait in 5 years then you destroy my summer…

  50. Me.Switch

    Totally agree with Strikey182.
    Premium means that the cars have been build up from inside to outside, almost every screw, the engine bay, underbody and the whole internal space [That’s what they call “interior”]. Thats important for the damage system (espacially for nascar), so those cars are able to get a almost “real” damage-behavior and i am absolutly sure we havn’t seen the complete damage at all.It will be as mindblowing as the day/night stuff (we will see at TGS).
    Standard cars aren’t build up from inside to outside, but i am sure they will all have cockpit view, but not so close to reality as the premiums are.

    If there will be weather conditions (and maybe dynamic) it will be the icing on the cake and GT5 will be an almost perfect package of Game and Art worth every second of waiting.

    The stuff shown these days is AWESOME and (in some parts) more than i expected. I mean we will have some original F1 cars and pitstops and day/night and nascar and WRC and SuperGT and damage and headtracking(it is one of the greatest new features imo) and great onlinemode(as far as it is promised to be) and everything from GT 1-4….. GT5 – simply not comparable

  51. Alex p.

    Gotta say I find it extremly dissapointing. Yes, I know, Forza’s interieurs look crap and all, but they needed 2.5 years to modell 400 interieur cars, PD, they super-duper-uber-perfectionists need 6 years to model 200 of them and than some of them are Golfs or Suzukis? Gimmme a break.
    I have to admit that GT5 will be absolutely mindblowing and BY FAR the best racing game ever, it’s obvious, but that is just not PD style any more IMO, just dissapointed.

  52. Marcus

    I would personally like to apologise for what i have said in earlier posts. I have said i would not purchase the game and have been overly critical of pd, kaz and some of you people. However upon going to the website well it dosn’t state that the cars will not have a cockpit view. Despite last nights whole thing with the twitter interview i think the questions were asked in the wrong way and kaz could only rely on the translator. I will buy the game because lets face it kaz will have catered for us. Screen shots of the interiors of race cars, super cars and also a dodge challenger srt8. One more thing worth noting you can see the drivers in the cars through the glass in supposed standard cars. Probably means nothing but well you know. They still sound like vacum cleaners though. Still 5 months left. Quite a long time for the small details.

  53. Cockpit Driver

    Okay here’s the deal. ALL cars will have cockpit view. BUT only 200 of the premium cars will have 100% accurate and detailed cockpits just like their real life models.

    The rest of the non-premium cars will have GENERIC black cockpits/interiors.

  54. Dom

    Violent Crashes yes, but there is no sign of a realistic damage model shown in the video. Wished we would get some sort of info here too from PD :(
    Anyway, the video looks great and rollovers is really something I was hoping for. Lets pray that all the silly bump racing is over now.

  55. Strikey182

    Huh, so despite there hasnt actually been any confirming of no interior view, a massive amount of people have gone on a hate mission, due to speculation? What rational people.
    Standard cars get scratches, dents and mechanical damage
    Premium cars get scratches, dents, mechanical damage and body parts can fall off.
    Thats all thats been said that separates them yet people are saying “wahh wahh there is only 200 cars, i hate you PD wah wah i’m gonna whinge and whinge about the most complete driving car ever despite i’m never gonna get off my fat, critical, geeky arse and do any better, i just like to moan a lot” Please, don’t get the game if you are like that and also leave this site. Leave the people who aren’t over critical bgbastatbrds in peace :)

  56. blackjack

    it’s great to finally see a decent rollover in GT5! I wanted to see that for a loooooong time.

  57. gokuh

    don´t you realise that if yamauchi would put real cockpit interiors on 1000 cars, we wouldn´t play gt until 2020??

    I think that´s a little bit annoying but we must be comprehensive

    what do you think about the inclusion of real championships like nascar??

    I would like to see some tourism competition like dtm, btcc, etc and I don´t why is so difficult to see that (I mean complete rules, pilots, circuits)

  58. freshseth83

    Can any of you even name 200 cars with an interior that you’ve seen and been in? I don’t think you can. Why don’t some of you make a list of all the interiors you know of. Who wants to drive in a miata from 1992 and look at a steering wheel and a speedometer/tachometer? You really need detailed interiors of that? How about a Suzuki cappuccino? How about the little daihatsus? How about Jay Leno’s tank car? In the Japanese site it says INTERIOR, it doesn’t say cabin. They don’t use cockpit in their vocabulary the way we do. Cockpit refers to a plane, not a car. A cabin is a more precise way of saying it. And I see interior, not cabin, not cockpit. Interior means INSIDE, as in the guts of the car. Not the steering wheel and the dashboard. We still got 5 months left. I don’t wanna get no one’s hopes up. I see it saying 200 cars with intricate details and interiors, not 200 cars with cabins and steering wheels. Lets just wait and see.

    1. Big Ron

      For race cars, it is right to use the word “cockpit”, cause it has nothing mor to do with a stock cabin ;)

      Also, in video game, the driving view from the cabin is called “cockpit view”.

      And for most street cars, the word interior also means the inside of the cabin, seat and steering wheel included

  59. KilzoneStrife

    Well..for me.I hoped my real world car made the roster.it wasnt in GT4…so I guess not.secondly,GT became famous for its simulation of everyday cars and race cars,emphasising the everyday cars like the old Demios etc.in a time when Need For Speed and Test Drive was all the market had.in other words..the super car lust market was catered for and Kaz filled the void with Gran Turismo 1. Now..well,everyday cars are taking a back seat.well,I look at the bright side,namely that GT3 had 150cars or so.it was a huge leap from the ps1,REAL for its day.then GT4 came along with 700 strong 3 years later.Kaz,no holiday,make GT6 as soon as GT5 gets to us lol

  60. DrTrouserPlank

    Unfortunately a lot of people like driving “normal” cars, those normal road cars that will be in the 800 that supposedly can’t be driven from “drivers eye” view, although this stupid word “interiors” still makes it unclear what they are referring to.

    A lot of us Don’t like the “supercars”. They’re ok to mess around in now and then, but usually the people who go straight to the 600bhp cars online are usually the worst drivers…. those who have apparently been catered for the most.

    1. Big Ron

      For me, it is the other way. I am more interested in all the race cars to get a real Motorsport-feeling. I love driving street cars, too. But not to race than more to beat lap times or drift around a track.

    2. Flunkus

      I agree with DrTrouserPlank,

      Come to think of it, I never ever choose race cars because of this fact, you never get a fair competition.

      Being a Forza player (for the time being while GT5 is cooking) there is nothing better than tuning a street car and taking it out to compete against other people’s babies.

      Race cars aren’t personal enough in my opinion, feels more arcadey.

    3. Flunkus

      Not that I fully disagree with Big Ron of course, if everyone is a fair driver with knowledge of etiquette and such, race cars can turn the heat up in a race like anything! Just harder to sort through the garbage casual players that hired it for the night.

  61. KilzoneStrife

    Truth be told,the ‘competition’ ,namely Forza is GARBAGE! .go to their site,its abandoned.in game it registers max like 2000 people online.its has 300 odd cars with interior BUT every car is not modelled right.lines are wrong.dimensions are wrong.spoilers dont move (the motorised ones) interior modelling is terrible in Forza3.GT5 ,even with its 200 premiums wipes the floor with it.

    1. Spaghettimonster

      absolutely right. i was so unbelievably disappointed after taking the shelby cobra for a ride on nurburgring. the interior looks – well, nintendo ds like. i dont remember exactly, but i think it had (polygon) errors as well. very sad.

  62. Wolgibkay07

    No interiors for 800 cars. I’m not buying thegame justfor 200 cars wtf ? BIG BIG dissapointment! :-(

    1. Big Ron

      You are not buying it for only 200 cars? That is an epic fail. In past years, most racing games had just 40 to 60 cars. Some GT games had just 300 cars.
      Are 200 fully detailed cars not enough? Think about the number 200. It is not like having a hand full, it is like having three aircraft hangars full. And the plus of 800 other cars.

      Should be enough in my opinion.

      It is a shame, people are always bashing the car numbers, but ignoring the fact, that PD gave us some awesome new features, every fan has dreamed of.

      Maybe, you will not buy it, because you are not worth to play it ;)

    2. mat

      Of course you will buy this game. You are not kidding anyone!!! watch that video again. Go on watch it. Put your hand on your heart and say. “Nah only 200 cars with interiors. Im not going to buy the best looking racing game in the video game history!!!”

    3. SLRMCLAREN95

      well according to our good friend wikipedia the standard cars will have basic interior modelling meaning there will still be cockpit view!

  63. Big Ron

    You can say, that all standard cars are converted from GT4 to GT5, but they updated them to GT5 standards and tuned the polycount to a higher level.

    So it is wrong to say, standard cars are just the GT4 cars. In one fact “yes”, but in finished condition “no”

    I love the new video with the crashes. You can see dents and deformation on the cars and flipping them. Looks very good.

    I hope, you can control the sensivity of the damage model. Because the NASCAR get hit like a rocket impact, but had just little deformation on the side.

    I like it to have a very sensitive damage model to get the most realistic effect.

  64. KilzoneStrife

    dude..Ive got the original GTHD E3 2005 video..the standard cars look like that.the 2006 GT HD,is basically the GT Prologue type of cars.the standard GT5 cars resemble those original 2005 cars that were GT4 cars in HD.check gametrailers. Prologue looking cars were not how the original GTHD cars looked.in fact,Kaz at the E3 conference states that those are the exact GT4 models with higher poly count..and then he says the final game would look much much better.and then they ask him how long it would take to make GT5,and he says not long after PS3 releases

  65. WeinerSchnitzel

    Aren’t the Premium cars basically Gran Turismo HD cars? The ones in GT HD looked fantastic!!

    1. stj

      No don’t thinks so, because the GT5 standard cars have blacked out windows like GT4. And GT:HD cars had a visable interieur from the outside.

  66. gtkiller

    It’s interesting that the official GT site say’s over 1000 cars over 200 premium cars and over 800 standard cars, hmmm…How many cars are there going to be?

  67. samuelesm

    I hope if Premium cars don’t have interiors then we will eventually get an upadate with interiors and perhaps have all cars become premium. I don’t care if it would take all of my PS3’s memory because that’s pretty much all I’m playing on it.

  68. KilzoneStrife

    I’d rather they just released it with 200 cars..it’d feel more professional.the 800 GT4 hd cars are going to drag this game throuh the mud when it starts getting reviewed..and that idiot Dan Greenawalt from T10 wont stop talking smack

  69. gtkiller

    With given situation Would you guys rather have 1000 cars all premium with non of the other features and have it be like prologue, or 200 premium cars, improved physics, damage, day night cycle, headtracking, 3D (honestly I need this) improved smoke, debris, sparks, and 20 location with over 70 variation of tracks?

  70. George Washington

    Perhaps the greatest, most immersive new feature of GT5 is head tracking – which loses its purpose when you’re not viewing the track from the driver’s helmet. PLEASE, King Kaz the benevolent, let me get inside “standard” cars. If you can do it on the PSP, you can certainly do it on the PS3.

  71. MihaiF355

    hey guys i dont think that we are seeing the full damage model in this video…maybe they are keeping it under wraps for later on because I dont see any of those cars deforming or looking as though they would be undriveable

  72. KilzoneStrife

    They should never have said 1000 cars.ever.its reallly 200.its still day 1 purchase for me but Im so severly dissapointed in the fact of the huge difference between standard and premium…Im not a big Nascar fan,but Nascar and WRC etc take up place in the 200 premiums…,btw.the blu ray did not run out of space! They could get it up to 300gb ! ! ! ..Kaz,day one purchase..but you building me up to break me down..

    1. JBO

      haha,,this guy…well atleast i have good point…was gt psp..and damage a waste…wat real racer wwants to crash more than to see the inside of a pescalaro leman race car??…..people who asked for damage u have some guilt..for no cokpits n second hand graphics…i wanted to drive a supra and view the interior..i gues i have to wait till gt6 wen im 30 yrs old n bald

  73. JBO

    mr.jordan with all due respect….please dont earase my comment as there is such a thing called freedom of n freedom of the press…well in the great nation of america there is….thank you

    1. Jordan

      There is also something called “private property” in this great nation of America, and you’re on mine right now. I may remove any comment here for any reason. You can prevent that from happening by following the site’s Acceptable Use Policy when posting your messages.

  74. George Washington

    Awesome, but there better be some macho penalties in place when GT5 goes online or else punters are going to be in heaven

    1. Bernd

      Yes, there’s a lot to fix online. Wallriding and aggressive ramming should be punished so hard, you think twice before doing that. And I hate being penaltied despite I’m the one who got rammed

  75. RS

    Anyone remember the Febraury issue for Playstation magazine and the post on this website that outlined its main details? It clearly stated that all cars have modeled interiors…why would PD tell the magazine of such a feature and then take it away a few months later? This is all very confusing…Kaz should seriously clear things up.

    1. L8 Apex

      That article also said Indycars would be included, but they issued a retraction next month. Just sayin’…

  76. Retrostate

    One thing… all of the crashes (bar the rx-7 370z one) are racing cars, this suggests that we are seeing the premium damage. but, this is only a guess!

  77. Sam__NY

    Did anyone find the damage a bit to light? I thought the cars would have been damaged much more heavily, especially the NASCAR car.

    1. HenGTX

      Yes, I know how a car looks like after such a crash and this damage is far too light in my opinion. Nevertheless I wil be one of the first people who will buy GT 5.

  78. Denz

    STOP COMPLAINING!!! Just realize GT5 will be much better than flopza 3 with the best graphics ever. If you all care about interior that much, just buy all 200 cars with the interior. I, myself, use interior view and find it a great feature, but who really wants the interior view of some ugly ass muscle car from 1950.

    1. Denz

      I would rather drive 1,000,000 laps straight around Daytona than take a piece of crap with interior view around Nurburgring!

  79. SteveK

    so make it this way Kaz, can you STOP ADDING FEATURES and then model some basic interior for the standard cars..I mean..Forza 3 interior atleast? dont go for those stupid track tracking thingy and some stupid technology which is not needed!

    1. ferhound

      some stupid technology which is not needed!

      Do you mean 3D? thats vital man!!! imagine the world whithout it!!!11!!1

    2. SteveK

      ferhoud i mean remember the technology which sync replays with your real car around the track which develop with toyota thing? that is one example…3D..yes i need! other than THAT? NO

    3. leiwei

      i’d rather a quality interior than cheap nasty looking interiors which result in me wanting to use the bumper cam anyway.

  80. G0N

    In the heaven this Tuesday, in hell tonight

    disappointed. 800 cars looks like GT4

    WHY GOD WHYYYYYY ?????????

    1. caasimun

      excuse me…let me ask you did u have all 800 cars in ur garrage in gt4 no u didnt, so stfu this game is perfect…am not waiting another freakin 6 years coz of bass fish liike u!

    2. G0N

      No. hero just have a 98% in GT4.. im a REAL FAN of GT, but
      you see the standard video? you see ?

      SUCKS !! 6 yeras for 800 low poly cars ??
      excuse me YOU, but prefer three years and the same 200 premium cars today

    3. danielwhite74

      800 cars do *not* look like Gran Turismo 4. The only differences between standard and Premium cars are the lack of cockpit view and deformation.

    4. danielwhite74

      800 cars do *not* look like Gran Turismo 4. The only differences between standard and Premium cars are the lack of cockpit view and deformation. They still contain half a million polygons each.

  81. Drewboto

    Notice how they don’t show what happens to the cars after they flip. I’m curious to see how the roof sliding physics are. Does the car slide to a stop then automatically reset? Is the race over? What happens? Perhaps PD doesn’t have that worked out yet and aren’t showing the whole crash because the physics look awful or something.

  82. gtkiller

    It’s interesting, when i try to click on the “standard” video it’s been removed… anyone else experiencing the samething?

  83. FlareKR

    Woho! I’m gonna be watching replays over and over with those epic crashes!
    What about split-screen?

  84. Hacki_Roku

    Intense damage!!!!! wow

    Ive never expect something like that as a final product in GT5, maybe its been a long waiting, but fresh news just amaze me every time, i beleive the wait woth it.

    As a fan of drift ive notice the smoke have change a lot, (see at 29 secondes) the blue JGTC just make a lill spin and smoke comes up like real one, its like we can loose the car in plenty of smoke during a burnout for example. Do you think this smoke is actually gameplay????

  85. RS

    Where exactly on PD’s site does it say standard cars wont have interior views…..just want to be sure.

    1. RS

      “Updated cars from past Gran Turismo games with an unrivaled range of selection.

      Includes over 800 cars

      The massive lineup of cars from past Gran Turismo games has been beautifully recreated through the latest technology and the Playstation 3’s cutting-edge graphics.

      Gran Turismo 5 feature an astounding 800+ cars, a vast collection covering a wide range of eras and categories.”

      I dont see it….

    2. RS

      Also, I just noticed cars from gt4 have interior views in gt5p (like bmw z4)…..maybe there is hope of interior view on cars from gt4

    3. Bernd

      Yeah, as far as I know, you can transfer your cars from GT5p to GT5, so all of these should have interior

    1. wsoul

      My local GameStop got the green light this morning for preordering. Their website also has it available for preorder.

  86. viejalocca

    Wow, this is.. just…F-ING AMAZING!!! THis will be the most epic and realistic racing game ever created in the history of man!

    1. wsoul

      0:25 – 0:28: Jeff’s car gets pegged in the front left, leaving a huge dent and some nice thick “magic” smoke.

    2. ngrignon

      are you serious? just a bump in the side with the force of this impact, the car should have been in a VERY VERY bad shape…

    3. james

      yeah, the damage is very poor.

      too bad yamauchi is too busy visiting nurburgring and testing hybrid cars to actually bother with his game

    4. leiwei

      GT and any other racing sim isn’t for you guys. Go play burnout paradise, blur, or motorstorm. Those games are for you big kids.

  87. wsoul

    Can’t wait for the 2nd. Just preordered the Collector’s Edition today. I hope the 20 tracks + variations are done creatively though to keep it fresh. Just 20 tracks doesn’t seem too cool to me, but at least I’ll be able to race. Can’t wait to drive at “The Green Hell”.

    1. wsoul

      I know, but they said about modeling the undercarriage of the premium cars as well. Unless that is just a demo reel of a beta version, there are going to be standard cars flying around as well. If that is true and the 370Z has an unmodelled undercarriage, wouldn’t that make it a standard? I don’t know. Maybe my lack of sleep is making me think like an idiot…

  88. LiMe_101

    It’s kind of disappointing to see no underside detail on a 370z. 370z is a premium because it has a cockpit view.

    1. wsoul

      Is it a premium car? If not, there may just be a not-as-greatly detailed cockpit view for standard cars.

    2. malc an ting

      Look closer, I am pretty sure I see mufflers under the rear of the 370 when it starts to flip over.

    3. Squishydk

      i still haven’t seen anywhere to confirm 100% that standard dont have cockpit view. Interior can mean different things than cockpit views, especially translated from Japanese.

    4. Marcus

      Yeah. It shows however that there will be a mixed category of cars in premium which makes the whole thing a bit better. When is the next game show? Almost certain that the remaining details will be unveiled then and the eu release as well. The tokyo game show I’m guessing will have the asian release as well as a full car/track list.

  89. ferhound

    What does this mean?:

    By moving your face parallel to the screen, you can change your point of view (field of view). This makes possible a sensation as though you are actually inside your chosen car.

    1. Viktor Navorsky

      That you can “Zoom in and Zoom Out” … just moving your face towards the tv… amazing huh?

    2. wsoul

      I think what they meant when they said “moving your face parallel to the screen…” is “Turning your head while watching the screen allows you to look around.” It tracks your face so you can see left and right of you. Kinda like the IRTracker stuff for the PC except without the IR LEDs. Gonna be a little strange turning your head and keeping your eyes on the screen though. @_@

    3. Nato_777

      Hopefully the tracking isn’t too sensitive so that you have to stay rigidly still just to look straight ahead. Could be quite hard as most people I’ve seen playing racing games end up leaning into corners and generally moving around lots.

    4. faraga

      I believe you’ve got it all wrong. Tilting your head will NOT influence the screen. Moving your head left and right, up and down will. It will make it look like you’re looking through a window, which gives it a really nice 3D effect, even when you haven’t got a 3D tv.

    1. leiwei

      if you look as the nascar as it stops spinning, you’ll notice deformation on both sides of the car. If you want chaotic damage, I suggest you go back to play your burnout.

  90. aelange

    Love the pop up headlights! This game is going to be epic, I’m not worried about dynamic weather, all signs point to yes.

    1. J-X

      Super-GT cars have a flat underside for aerodynamic reasons. The real ones also have black panels that cover their undercarriage (exhaust pipes, etc.)

    2. caasimun

      thats true…one question: if they didn’t include all the details like undercarraige, all buttons on dashboard thing, they could have put all interiors for all cars, they didnt do it coz basically -“the disk ran out of space”

    3. caasimun

      am not complaining…all am saying is…JESUS CHRIST OF NAZARETH!!! I CANNOT WAIT TO SEE THE GAME IN THE MAIL!!!!

      ADD PSN: caasimun

    4. Drogahnus

      I’m aware of GT cars having flat undersides for aero purposes (wrote a paper on it), but I was curious in the E3 trailer, I believe the same case was for the blue Evo that was rolling over. Could have been a standard car, though.

    5. caasimun

      well maybe its part of a customization…we cannot find out until the actual game comes out, I, am very excited…people are furious about the 800 cars not having interiors, but am not bothered…coz i know i will not be able to attain all 1000+ cars in the garage, and to be frank, i usually stick to about 5 cars…either because they make me achieve a goal easier or its just damn sexy, either way am happy…are you?

    6. Drogahnus

      I’m just fine with it. I doubt very much I’ll have time to mess around with 200 cars, let alone 1000.

    7. No46_TheDoctor

      Problem is, what if a car you really, really want is standard and you only use in-car view?

    8. Js321

      Man, this is why this game is taking forever to come out. Now people start to care about underside of the car after GT has the ability to roll over.

    9. Drogahnus

      @Doc

      Meh, I’ll just have to deal with it and hope for DLC, eh. :P I’m more interested in knowing the customization options we’ll have.

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