AJ & Tom take you inside the Copperbox Arena at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, and chat with the exclusive few who had an early hands on with the game before its November launch.
Bugatti’s turbo-chattering Vision GT car tackles Tokyo Expressway in our final gameplay video.
French luxury timepiece brand Bell & Ross are preparing to reveal their newest product — and it isn’t a watch.
New 5-pack of diecast models includes cars already spotted in GT Sport, as well as something new to the series…
Bugatti’s upcoming hypercar could be setting another top speed record, if recent reports are accurate.
As if yesterday’s Bugatti blowout wasn’t enough, there’s even more today, and from Hyundai too.
The fictional car is made flesh – and takes centre stage at Frankfurt
Hyundai taunts us with more images of its first Vision GT car…
PD and Bugatti take the wraps off the Vision GT car – with a full scale model to debut in Frankfurt!
Hyundai keeps the Vision GT train rolling with its take on the program, the N 2025.
The Molsheim hypercar purveyors continue the slow tease of its collaboration with Gran Turismo 6.
After a weekend’s worth of teasing, super-exclusive marque Bugatti confirms it’s entered the Vision GT project!
What’s the meaning behind this unusual teaser image? You decide…
SRT Product Manager Mike Shinedling goes in-depth with the technology and design process behind the company’s radical Vision GT car.
GTPlanet interviews the Gran Turismo series creator about all things Vision GT at the Goodwood Festival of Speed
SRT details “the sportscar of 2035”, the Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo concept car exclusive to Gran Turismo.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles teases their upcoming Vision Gran Turismo concept car, the SRT Tomahawk.
Peugeot unveils their own radical contribution to the Vision Gran Turismo project, coming to GT6 soon.
The famous French carmaker shares the first images of what appears to be the company’s Vision GT concept car.
The latest GT6 update brings a major bug fix, a new car, and gets us ready for GT Academy 2015.