Gran Turismo 7 update 1.34 is almost here, and it's got three new cars for you to admire, as well as new gameplay tweaks and more. If you love classic cars and retro nostalgia, then this update is very much for you, so strap in and get ready to take a trip into the past.
First up, this update is adding the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT Veloce '67 (ain't that a mouthful?), a classic Alfa Romeo car from the 60s. Thanks to a lightweight chassis, this car's got great handling and an iconic look to match. Your second car in this update is the Greening Auto Company Maverick, a nostalgic 1971 Ford Maverick with a seriously powerful engine.
Lastly, this Gran Turismo 7 update adds the Nissan GT-R NISMO (R32) '90, a touring car standard with added aerodynamics and a redesigned exhaust manifold. This is a car for serious drivers; it's got no A/C and no audio system inside, although, of course, that won't matter to you as a Gran Turismo 7 player. Maybe turn off your own A/C and kill the music for a truly authentic driving experience.
Along with these three cars, this update is also adding the ability to perform an Engine Swap from the GT Auto Car Maintenance and Service menu. This will allow you to buy and equip different engines for certain vehicles, although you'll need to reach Collector Level 50 before you can access this feature. In addition, the Tuning Shop has received a new Ultimate category, bringing even more parts for you to tinker with.
You can check out Gran Turismo 7 right now on PlayStation consoles. Update 1.34 lands at 10pm Pacific tonight, or 1am tomorrow morning Eastern. While you wait, why not take a look at the Gran Turismo movie trailer from earlier this month so you can get yourself hyped to head into the game?