Gran Turismo 7's latest update will introduce a feature long-time fans have been calling out for for some time. Veterans of the series, which debuted on the original PlayStation, will remember that the games once allowed players to earn credits by selling the cars they won in races or to sell the cars they already owned but no longer wanted.
The ability to sell cars has been missing in GT7 until now, but with new update 1.26 installed players will be able to sell vehicles within their garage once the GT Cafe Menus have been completed. This isn't the only addition coming in this patch as players are getting new cars and a new racecourse.
The update 1.26 arrives today November 23 at 10pm PST (November 24 6am GMT). With it, players will find three new car models being added to the in-game car manufacturer stores and a race circuit based on a real-life track.
The cars include the Gran Turismo Red Bull X2019 25th Anniversary Special Edition Race Car; the BMW M2 Competition '18; the classic that is the Ford Sierra RS 500 Cosworth '87; and the Nissan Silvia K's Aero (S14) '96. Car enthusiasts, or petrolheads as they're known in Britain (gearheads in the US), will be especially keen on the Ford Cosworth, which is considered a legendary motor. "A Cosworth tuned masterpiece that dominated touring car racing," as the PlayStation blog puts it.
In addition, the update introduces the Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta race circuit. Based on a historic US road course created in 1970, the circuit is known for hosting touring car and prototype races and as the venue for the 10-hour 'Petit Le Mans' endurance race. The Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta features 12 corners and is famous for its elevation changes.
Finally, the 1.26 update adds two Scapes to the game: 'Illuminations', which looks like an architectural feature lit by neon, and 'Road Atlanta' which is based on the track that's being added. As for the ability to sell cars, players will need to make sure they're connected to the internet in order to use the new feature.
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