Gran Turismo has ruled the virtual racing scene, from its inception to Gran Turismo 7. And as if coming out with the most respected version of Gran Turismo to date wasn’t enough, Play Station just released the PSVR2, to rave reviews.
The virtual headset allows the user to play the entire game with total immersion. Now players can experience professional racing closer to the real thing than ever before. The headset even vibrates to simulate impact, traction and road conditions. To take it a step further, consumers can purchase a racing seat, steering wheel and pedals. If you want the whole package, from beginning to end you’re looking at around a $2000 investment. For some, that is a small price to pay for whole lot of exhilarating fun.
Gran Turismo 7 Electric Cars
One of the most loved features of Gran Turismo 7 is the exceptional attention to detail. Every car is replicated down to the smallest feature, whether exterior or interior. You truly can’t get any closer to driving the real thing. With over 450 cars to choose from, everyone is sure to find something they love. So for EV fans, what electric cars will you have the opportunity to drive? Here’s the EVs on Gran Turismo 7 so far, as well as a video sample of the game. Enjoy!
Gran Turismo EVs:
Audi E-Tron Vision Gran Turismo
BMW i3 ’15
Chevrolet Chaparral 2X Vision GT
Citroën GT ’08 (and SP Model)
Jaguar Vision Gran Turismo (Coupé, Roadster & SV)
Lunar Roving Vehicle LRV-001 ’71
Mitsubishi I-MiEV ’09
Nike ONE 2022
Nissan Leaf G ’11
Porsche Vision Gran Turismo (and Spider version)
Porsche Taycan Turbo S ’19
Tajima 2012 Monster Sport E-RUNNER Pike’s Peak Special ’12
Tesla Model S Signature Performance ’12
Tesla Roadster ’08