A promotional leaflet for upcoming racer Gran Turismo 7 has revealed that the game will feature 420 cars and over 90 tracks at launch.
Japanese Twitter user Riku uploaded images from the booklet, distributed free at electronics retailer Yodobashi Camera, last week. The booklet was then helpfully translated over the weekend by GT Planet. The accompanying text within reveals the game’s Brand Central area will include over 300 cars from after 2011 featuring 60 brands. The game will also feature a Used Car dealer with additional cars from the 80’s and 90’s.
To help you store all of these motors, your in-game garage will be able to store 1000 vehicles. You’ll also be able to admire your collection in there. Alternatively, you’ll be able to take your cars to one of 2,500 locations across 40 countries in the Scapes mode. There you’ll be able to take pictures and show off your rides to your friends.
The pamphlet also notes that the game will include “over 90 track routes” – a claim also backed up by the game’s PlayStation Store listing. There’ll be multiple configurations per track, including the reveal earlier this month of the return of Deep Forest Raceway.
PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 owners will get to take Gran Turismo 7 for a spin from March 4, 2022.
— riku (@bookkyamp) December 17, 2021