A one-of-a-kind scale model of Gran Turismo 5’s exclusive hyper-car is created by a UK hobbyist.
Take a closer look at the Red Bull X1 Prototype model, and go behind the scenes with the guys who built it.
Yamauchi confirms that GT5 may be “done”, but “really, things are just getting started” in an interview with Red Bull “Play!”.
Kazunori Yamauchi fields questions from fans on Twitter, discussing everything from mechanical damage to steering wheel options.
The radical Red Bull X1 Prototype comes to life (sort of) as a full-scale model, to be unveiled to the public at GT5’s Madrid launch party later this month.
Red Bull offers up three additional screenshots of the new X1 Prototype, one of which provides us a nice view of GT5’s Cote d’Azur circuit.
Polyphony Digital holds nothing back with a complete blowout feature on their collaborative project with Red Bull: the X1 Prototype. Several variations on Circuit de la Sarthe and a rainy Suzuka are also revealed.
The world’s most famous city circuit returns to the Gran Turismo series for GT5, Yamauchi talks about the X1 Prototype and working with Red Bull F1’s Adrian Newey.
The no-holds-barred prototype developed by Polyphony Digital and Red Bull has been revealed, featuring a gas turbine engine, CVT transmission, and over 1483bhp.
A short teaser video to introduce the Red Bull / Polyphony Digital collaborative project, the X1 Prototype.
Weather details, Laguna Seca and Trial Mountain return, Polyphony Digital’s X1 collaborative project with Red Bull Racing, and much much more!