Gran Turismo Sport's December update adds Tokyo Expressway South Route & 7 cars - Team VVV

News Gran Turismo Sport’s December update adds Tokyo Expressway South Route & 7 cars


Kevin Dooley


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Game: Gran Turismo Sport

Platform: PS4

Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment

Release Date: 17/10/2017

Gran Turismo Sport‘s December update is now available and adds the Tokyo Expressway South Route track along with seven new cars.

The new “South Route” layout has been added to the Tokyo Expressway course which is based on the Shuto Expressway located in Tokyo, Japan. The South Route has a total length of 5,201 metres, sees elevation changes of 24 metres, has a longest straight of 900 metres and consists of 17 corners.

Besides the new Tokyo Expressway layout, the other main highlight of the December update for Gran Turismo Sport is the addition of seven new cars. Once more the cars added are an eclectic mix and includes the iconic classic 1963 Corvette Sting Ray, the legendary 1995 Ferarri F50 as well as the immensely impressive McLaren P1 GTR from 2016.

You can view the full list of cars along with their respective classes and the new trailer below.

  • 2007 BMW M3 Coupé (N400)
  • 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray Sport Coupe (C2) (N400)
  • 1995 Ferrari F50 (N500)
  • 2015 Greddy Fugu Z (N300)
  • 2016 McLaren P1 GTR (Gr.X)
  • 1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am (N200)
  • 2012 Tesla Motors Model S Signature Performance (Gr.X)

The GT League is once again bolstered with new events in this latest update. Two new rounds have been added to the “Nissan GT-R cup”, “Real Circuit Tours”, and “Mercedes AMG Grand Prix” from the Beginner, Amateur, and Professional Leagues respectively. A single new round has also been added to the “Gr.3 Endurance League” from the (you guessed it) Endurance League.

New Scapes spots have been added to the Peugeot section in brand Central, there’s also new spots added to “Season’s Greeting – Scenes brought to life by light”. The Circuit Experience mode sees the addition of the “Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya” track, and an “FIA” section has also been added to the Museum.

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