Ferrari Vision Gran Turismo teased alongside 25th anniversary update

The virtual rocking horse debuts on November 27. It was a huge year for Ferrari, as 2022 gave us the Purosangue SUV and the 499P Le Mans endurance hypercar. The year isn't over yet, as Prancing Horse has one more debut planned. However, this new model will only exist in the virtual realm, for PlayStation owners. On Sunday, the Vision Gran Turismo concept will break ground during the GT World Series Finale. In the meantime, this 15-second teaser will have to do.

Ferrari Vision Gran Turismo teased alongside 25th anniversary update

The wide LED strips are like the 499P, so we wonder if the GT7-bound digital vehicle will be an outlandish version of the race car competing in next year's WEC. The Ferrari VGT has been around for a long time as these VGT cars have been around since November 2013 when Mercedes-AMG unveiled their spectacular concept. Nine years later, Maranello is finally joining the fun.

Separately from the Ferrari trailer, Gran Turismo producer Kazunori Yamauchi announced on Twitter that a 25th anniversary update is coming later this week. The CEO of game studio Polyphony Digital refrained from going into any details, but did share an image of the three new cars that are set to join GT7. The boxy one in the upper left corner looks like a Ford Sierra RS Cosworth.

As for the other two, your guess is as good as ours, but the bottom one might be the Nissan Silvia S14. The car on the top right appears to be a more modern model, perhaps a BMW M2 or a Maserati of some sort. Either way, the Gran Turismo 7 garage is about to expand again. Hopefully, the update will come with more tracks as well, as many players have complained about the absence of certain circuits.


GT7 will face stiff competition from spring 2023, when the next title in the Forza Motorsport franchise is scheduled to be released. We promise a more realistic experience as the game's physics simulation has been improved 48 times. All tracks will feature weather and time changes along with a more sophisticated car damage system and implementation of tire and fuel management. This overhaul should narrow the gap between FM and GT in terms of realism.

Source: Ferrari

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