Wednesday, November 10, 2021
Developer Polyphony Digital has released a new trailer for Gran Turismo 7, hot on the heels of last week's video spotlighting the game's livery editor. This one take a look at tuning, which GT7 will feature in a big way, with a plethora of options available to tinker with.
“One of the great pleasures of owning a car being able to customise and tune it,” says GT maestro Kazunori Yamauchi in the latest trailer. “The tiniest adjustments can make a difference". In GT 7, you'll be presented with the ability to tune and customise the game's more than 400 cars.
“I think this process of tuning the car to your exact preference through trial and error is really enjoyable,” Yamauchi adds. Gran Turismo 7 will cover pretty much every facet of tuning, with body kits and rims, different tyres, and a range of internal components that you can mess about with.
In fact, it'll be “the most number of parts” seen in a Gran Turismo game to date. You can find out more in the new trailer below. Gran Turismo 7 launches for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 on 4th March 2022, with various limited editions available to pre-order now.