The 2022 Gran Turismo World Series World Final is almost upon us, and if you’re planning on tuning in to the four days of live streams you’ll be able to pick up some in-game rewards — including early access to the most-recently announced new car in the series.
If you’ve been keeping yourself in the loop with the latest Gran Turismo 7 news, you might have noticed one glaring absence from the most recent update to the car list. While almost every car from GT Sport is now confirmed to be on GT7’s roster of vehicles, one appears to have been removed: the Fittipaldi EF7 Vision Gran Turismo.
Porsche will be revealing more information about its Vision Gran Turismo car, an exclusive and unique design for the Gran Turismo series, during December’s flagship FIA Certified Online Championship World Finals.
Jaguar has revealed on social media that it will be unveiling a new Vision Gran Turismo car this week. It’ll take the virtual covers off the car in a special live event on Facebook this coming Wednesday, December 16.
Earlier this month, Porsche released a cache of images revealing previously unseen concept cars. The series, called Porsche Unseen, showed some of the design concepts — in various stages of completion — of vehicles from 2005 to 2019, in connection with a book on Porsche design by the same name.
Gran Turismo’s ‘Vision Gran Turismo’ project has provided us with many weird and wonderful cars. Since the scheme first started, back with 2013’s Gran Turismo 6, we’ve seen automotive brands clamor to have their concept cars included. Some have even come back for a second attempt and, it turns out, Bugatti was one of those brands.
The recent Tokyo World Tour event for GT Sport had a significant part dedicated to the newest entry in the Vision Gran Turismo project. Jaguar’s design is the first we’ve seen since the Audi Vision GT in 2018, and marks the 28th vehicle in the unique project.
This weekend sees the last of the GT Sport World Tour live events before November’s big final in Monaco. In just a couple of days, we’ll know who the final automatic qualifier is, as 24 drivers scrap for one last spot. There’s also the small matter of the Manufacturer Series, and the final of the GR Supra GT Cup, all packed into two days right in the middle of the Tokyo Motor Show.