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GR Supra Racing Concept of Toyota for Gran Turismo

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For those of you who're like us, you definitely have in all probability been drooling like one in every of Pavlov's canine on the thought of driving Toyota's new Supra, particularly after seeing the GR Supra Racing Concept at Geneva this year. Whilst you nonetheless cannot get behind the wheel for real, now you can drive it in Gran Turismo Sport, and that is virtually pretty much as good, right?


[caption id=attachment_7819" align="aligncenter" width="640]GR Supra Racing from Toyota's Gran Turismo GR Supra Racing from Toyota's Gran Turismo[/caption]


For these of you who do not get down with racing video games, Gran Turismo Sport is the first Gran Turismo game to be launched on PlayStation 4. Like all Gran Turismo video games, GT Sport is really detailed with wonderful physics which actually does make it the next smartest thing to really driving the cars of your dreams.


The power to jump behind the wheels of the Toyota GR Supra Racing Concept comes with the version 1.18 update to the game and is completely free. No need for paid DLC right here! Additionally cool is that due to the game, we now have an concept of the brand new racing Supra's power and torque figures that sit at 591 and 514, respectively. Weight is listed at 2,740 pounds, which implies that the GR Supra Racing Concept ought to be fairly dang fast.


Toyota has been maintaining details on the production version new Supra fairly close to its chest, so the automotive exhibiting up in Gran Turismo represents one of many greater information dumps we have seen, even when it is for the racing car. The word across the campfire is that we'll see the highway automotive next year, so fingers crossed.


We will bring you with more update in this development. Untill then, stay tuned.

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