Gran Turismo 7’s New 1.34 update should give you an excuse to get back on the road.
Amongst other things, Gran Turismo 7’s update adds three stonking new cars, including one with an absolutely classic look. It also adds two new GT Cafe menu books, an extra “Ultimate” tuning category and two new background scapes.
The classic car in question is the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT Veloce ’67 and it looks pretty damn amazing. It’s not the Audi Quattro and we’re still hoping that the famous Life on Mars car gets added to GT7. But it’s still an excellent vehicle to race around in.
Aside from the Romeo, the other two cars are the Greening Auto Company Maverick and the Nissan GT-R NISMO (R32) ’90. Both are cool to look at and sport plenty of horsepower but we still prefer the Romeo’s classic look.
Another neat feature this patch introduces is the ability to perform an Engine Swap. We’ve yet to table in this feature but when we do we’re going to try and put the best engine in the worst car and vice versa. You know, because we’re evil like that.
The patch is out right now, in all territories. It’s a good reason to dive back into the game and if you’ve not tackled Gran Turismo 7 at all, check out our review. You can find full details of the update here.