Bandai Namco's deployed your first look at Project CARS 2, which will release on the PlayStation 4 later this year as previously reported. The simulation sequel will build upon its predecessor, serving up over 170 licensed cars for you to commandeer, as well as revamped DualShock 4 handling and the "largest track roster of any console racing game ever".

The game's being built with eSports in mind, which means you'll find a robust suite of online championship options, and of course it will offer a wealth of improvements to the physics, including advanced road surface transitions and more. We're just hoping that the sequel doesn't feel quite as clinical as its predecessor, because the original was very cold.