Gran Turismo 7 has been growing on a monthly basis, but series creator Kazunori Yamauchi promises a “big update” is coming for November, with at least seven new cars. The industry veteran posted his traditional silhouette picture on Twitter, seemingly confirming the upcoming addition of the Lexus LFA, Nissan Skyline GT-R NISMO 400R, and 2022 Porsche 911 GT3 RS, which was briefly glimpsed in the game’s recent movie.
The image also appears to tease the Dodge Charger, Dodge Challenger Demon, and Tesla Model 3. The community is still divided on the exact model of the final car, but it appears to be a permutation of the W201 Mercedes-Benz 190E. All seven vehicles will be added for free as part of an upcoming patch, although you obviously will need to earn enough in-game currency to add them to your collection of driveable vehicles.
Given the sheer number of cars here, it’s possible the update may include more features, like single player Café content, Scapes, and much more. Obviously, the holy grail would be the addition of a new track or two, as well as the long-awaited integration of Polyphony Digital’s new award-winning AI technology, Sophy. Of coruse, we’ll need to await the full update announcement for more details on the exact nature of the patch.