If you want to live out your high-speed tofu delivery dreams in Gran Turismo Sport, we have some good news - the ‘AE86’ Toyota Sprinter Trueno has just been added to the game via a free update.
GT Sport v1.38 adds five cars in total. Along with the rear-drive Toyota, the legendary Porsche 962C prototype racer is also appearing in the virtual garage for the first time. It’ll be as suited to ripping up your favourite tracks as it will be cropping up in beautiful Scapes creations.
For anyone wanting a retro fix, the quirky, rear-engined Renault R8 Gordini will provide just that, or if you’d prefer a more modern classic, 1.38 includes a Mk1 Audi TT in 3.2-litre V6 form. And finally, there’s, erm, a Honda Jazz, wearing the ‘Fit’ nameplate it’s marketed under in Japan, China and the Americas.
As in previous updates, a series of new events have been added to the roster. Compétition de France, Tourist Trophy and Group 1 Cup each have two more rounds.
Scapes now features some rather lovely looking New Zealand-based settings, and finally, in Sport Mode there’s a ‘Global Manufacturer Ranking’ in the ‘Manufacturers Series’ section.
As if all that wasn’t enough, it seems Goodwood Circuit is coming to the game - as reported by GT Planet, the fast and tricky track seems to have been listed on the track database section of the official GT Sport site. Oops.