Even though the IsoRivolta Vision Gran Turismo by Zagato can only be driven in Gran Turismo Sport on PS4, the Milanese coachbuilder is also considering a limited production run for the real world.
If that were to happen, we’d only be talking about three to five units, as confirmed by Zagato during this year’s Tokyo Motor Show. We’ve also learned that a shortlist has been open, so let’s hope that people with deep pockets will get in on the action.
This concept has plenty of things going for it, even in virtual form, although if you were to take its twin-turbo V8 and bring it to life, we can’t imagine anyone saying no to nearly 1,000 HP, pulling just 1,129 kg.
The exact power figure is actually 997 HP, and it’s more than enough to reach 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.7 seconds, with a top speed of 365 km/h (227 mph). Of course those are all Gran Turismo Sport numbers, applicable only in a virtual realm, as of right now.
As for the concept Zagato brought to Tokyo, it’s nearly identical to one of the cars in GT Sport, with the same matte gray paint job and red-walled Pirelli tires, although it’s missing the badge sticker on the bonnet and has blacked-out windscreen edges along the canopy.