The Gran Turismo Sport 1.25 update is now live and, with it, comes eight cars for you to get to grips with. Not only that, but there’s even a brand-new track in the shape of the Red Bull Ring to put each of the cars through its paces. The full Gran Turismo Sport 1.25 patch notes can be found below, plus a flick through some of the new update’s minor additions that makes one of the beautiful games of its generation that much more spectacular.
Gran Turismo Sport 1.25 Update: Main Changes
Alongside the eight new cars and new track, Gran Turismo Sport 1.25 also comes packed with three new events in the GT League, a smattering of new rounds for events already in the game, and even a museum mode for Zagato, designers of some of the finest car bodies in both the 20th and 21st Century.
Gran Turismo Sport 1.25 Update: New Cars
Here’s every new car included after the Gran Turismo Sport 1.25 update:
- Ford Mark IV Race Car ’67 (Gr.X)
- Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe ’64 (Gr.X)
- Abarth 500 ’09 (N100)
- Lancia DELTA HF Integrale Evoluzione ’91 (N200)
- Mini-Cooper ‘S’ ’65 (N100)
- Volkswagen 1200 ’66 (N100)
- Amuse S2000 GT1 Turbo (N600)
- Abarth 1500 Biposto Bertone B.A.T 1 ’52 (N100)
Gran Turismo Sport 1.25 Update: Red Bull Ring Track
While Gran Turismo can often dive into a few too many fictional locales, the Red Bull Ring track is very much the real deal. Located in Graz, Austria, the track has formed part of the F1 calendar in the Austrian Grand Prix for several decades. The track itself very much has an emphasis on speed, though the latter part can cause some consternation among the most gung-ho of gearheads.
Gran Turismo Sport 1.25 Update: Patch Notes
The full list of Gran Turismo Sport 1.25 update patch notes can be found over on the Gran Turismo site, should you want to browse through the intricacies of the new features and marvel at the photo-realistic vehicles.