For the first time since December 2019 we got a new content update for Gran Turismo Sport. The update adds three new cars that were already teased by producer Kazunori Yamauchi on Twitter.
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Fans had to wait an unusual long time for a new GT Sport patch. Developer Polyphony has already announced that this year’s updates will rather be “modest in frequency and volume”. Players had to wait for patch 1.56 for almost a month, even two for a new content update but now it’s finally here and presents three new vehicles.
The update introduces the Aston Martin DBR GT1 from 2010, which won the Le Mans 24 hours race in 2019 with Formula 1 legend Fernando Alonso and his crew behind the wheel. A strong contrast to the powerful Aston Martin is the Fiat 500 1.2 8V Lounge SS 2008. It is a compact, modern vehicle, mostly used as a city car. The third addition is the Nissan 180SX Type X from 1996, which is a fastback coupe.
On top of that, various events have been added to the “Grand Turismo League” such as the “FR Challenge”, “Group 3 Cup”, “Lamborghini Cup” and “X2019 Competition Endurance Series”.
Patch notes 27/02/2020:
The following 3 new cars have been added:
- Aston Martin DBR9 GT1 ‘10
- Fiat 500 1.2 8V Lounge SS ‘08
- Nissan 180SX Type X ‘96
The following events have been added to the “GT League”:
- “FR Challenge” Rounds 6 and 7
- “Group 3 Cup” Rounds 6 and 7
- “Lamborghini Cup” Rounds 8 and 9
- “X2019 Competition Endurance Series” Rounds 5
- Corrected an error where a collision penalty was being issued even when the “Side Contact Penalty” of the lobby penalty settings was disabled
- Adjusted the threshold values of penalties given when someone is pushed out