Gran Turismo Sport Gets Fuji Speedway and Nine New Cars in Free September Update
The OG Honda NSX Type R comes to GT Sport as well as two generations of 911 GT3.
Headlining the PS4 racing title's latest content drop is the addition of Fuji Speedway, a 2.8-mile former Japanese Grand Prix venue located less than an hour away from Mt. Fuji. Currently owned by Toyota, the track is where the Lexus F performance division gets its namesake, features a back straight almost a mile long, and has been a GT series staple since Gran Turismo 4 on PlayStation 2.
As for new cars, players can now spend their in-game credits on a trio of outrageously cool vintage rides from Alfa Romeo, Plymouth, and Mazda as well as a handful of more-modern-yet-analog heroes in the original NSX Type R, two generations of 911 GT3, and the mid-2000s Viper. Here's the full list.
In addition, new offline racing events include a showcase of Fuji as well as last month's new track, the Red Bull Ring, called "Real Circuit Tours," a competition featuring some of the game's fastest race cars dubbed "Group 1 Cup," and a rotary-engines-only affair slightly amusingly named "The Passion of Dr. Wankel."
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