New Gran Turismo 6 Trailer Plus the Complete List with 1,197 Cars [53 Photos]

The arrival of Gran Turismo 6 (GT6) on store shelves is exactly one month away, and it’s undoubtedly a very eagerly anticipated title because it doesn’t come with buying a new console to run it – an old PlayStation 3 is all you need.

Now, Polyphony Digital, the developer working on the game for Sony, has released a new trailer, to keep the fans’ appetites whetted. It keeps emphasis on the sheer number of cars that players are going to be given the chance to drive, even if not all of them will benefit from the same level of 3D craftsmanship and attention to detail.

It does look like close attention was paid to recreating the Lunar Roving Vehicle LEV-001, made in 1971, though with 1196 other vehicles to choose from, it’s not the most exciting new addition. I for one would be much more interested to drive Nissan’s narrow DeltaWing racing car, one of the 124 vehicles newly created for , or, say, the very pretty 1957 BMW 507.

Check out the complete list below (along with 53 photos), but be warned because there may be more added as it is “one part of the cars planned for inclusion, and is subject to change”.

By Andrei Nedelea





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