Gran Turismo 7 Promotional Booklet Confirms More Than 420 Cars and 90 Track Routes Will Be Available at Launch

Gran Turismo 7 Promotional Booklet Confirms More Than 420 Cars and 90 Track Routes Will Be Available at Launch

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Richard Walker

It appears the Gran Turismo 7 will be a hugely generous offering, when it launches for PS5 and PS4 in March, with more than 420 cars and 90 different track routes to choose from. That's according to a free promotional booklet available from certain retailers in Japan, which features all manner of interesting info on GT7.

In the ‘Brand Central’ section of the booklet, the 2020 Ferrari F8 Tributo and Ferrari F12berlinetta both appear, with more than 60 car manufacturers seemingly confirmed for Gran Turismo 7, while the used car dealer will return, as will the License Center. Apparently, you'll also be able to cram up to 1,000 vehicles in your garage.

GT Sport's ‘Scapes’ mode will also apparently be back, with over 2,500 locations across 40 countries to visit, where you can take lovely photographs of your chosen car. As for those 90 track routes, we know for certain that Deep Forest Raceway will be among them, but no doubt a lot of old favourites will also return.

The booklet, found by Twitter user ‘Riku’ (via GT Planet), features myriad insights into Gran Turismo 7, and you can take a look at some grabs from the material below. Gran Turismo 7 launches for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 on 4th March 2022. You can find out more about the PS5 version of GT7 in the latest trailer here.

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  • Real missed opportunity to not headline this article "Gran Turismo 7 Confirms More Than 420 Cars and 69 Track Routes Will be Available At Launch"
  • "90" ... yeah. 15 at three different times and their mirrored version.
    420 cars? How many of them are variations or year's version of $Car?

    This need for boasting big numbers ...
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