A new update will get a rolling start in Gran Turismo 7 next week, and fans can look forward to the return of one of the series’ most iconic cars. Said vehicle is the Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak, which first debuted in Gran Turismo 2 – a fan favourite for its ludicrous speed and robust shape. The other cars appear to be a 1932 Ford Roadster and the Gr.3 version of the Suzuki Vision Gran Turismo.

At just three cars this does appear to be a lighter update, and there’s no mention of any new tracks in series creator Kazunori Yamauchi’s tweet. However, we should get more information ahead of the patch rolling out, so don’t rule out additional content entirely. Are you still playing Gran Turismo 7 or waiting patiently for new things to do? Put your foot down in the comments section below.

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[source twitter.com, via gtplanet.net]