April has brought with it a few new additions to Gran Turismo 7 thanks to update 1.13, which was released last night on April 25, 2022. The update is the first to add content to the game and brings three new cars and one new track layout to the game.
The cars are all Japanese and will no doubt please automotive enthusiasts. The first is the second-generation Subaru BRZ S and is the counterpoint to the new, Toyota GR86, which was already in the game. The new coupe, though, has a PP rating of 484.22 and will cost players 32,671 credits in the in-game store, which gives it a higher performance rating and a lower price than the Toyota.
And Subaru fans can rejoice because the second car also comes from the brand and is also a BRZ, albeit a much higher-performance edition. The 2021 BRZ GT300 Super GT will race in the game’s Gr.3 category. It gets a 735.94 PP and costs 450,000 credits within the game.
The game’s third new offering is distinctly less performance-oriented than either of the Subaru but may be just as exciting. The 1991 Suzuki Cappuccino will be available in the game’s Used Car dealership pavilion at a cost of 20,000 credits and a PP of 292.35, according to traxion.gg.
And players will have a new place to drive these vehicles, though not quite a new track. GT 7 has added the 24-hour layout to Spa Francorchamps track. The most significant difference here is the location of the pit facility. The exit on the 24-hour layout takes drivers past the track’s famous S bend and they exit onto the Kemmel Straight. The narrow road will require much caution from drivers to avoid getting a penalty.
People who like to take photographs in the game will also be served with two new “Scapes” locations. The Gassho-Style Houses in Ainokura” locationfeatures traditional Japanese houses while the “Cherry Blossoms at Night,” is the perfect location to celebrate Spring’s splendor. All updates are available to download for free.