13 new cars are coming to Gran Turismo Sport next week, as part of a new content update due this week.
Teased on the Twitter feed of Gran Turismo Sport's game director, Kazunori Yamauchi, the baker's dozen of automotive additions appear to cover a broad array of vehicles. Much like prior Gran Turismo Sport content updates, the split is fairly balanced between road cars and dedicated racing cars.
A bulk of the new racing vehicles appear to be GT300 and GT500-class cars, such as the Honda NSX-GT and the Nissan GT-R GT500. It also seems a pair of single-seaters will also be joining Gran Turismo Sport's car roster – with one of them being at least somewhat-related to the blisteringly fast Red Bull X2010 and X2014 cars from Gran Turismo 5 and Gran Turismo 6 respectively.
Additional details on the teased cars and the update's other aspects likely won't be revealed until the update's release later this week. It's likely, though, that more content and an array of game tweaks and balance adjustments will be part and parcel of Gran Turismo Sport's new update.