Gran Turismo 7 Update 1.19 Now Available, Adds New Cars, Menu Books, Events, Lobby Settings

latest game updates for Grand Touring 7 Available now, expanding the single-player offering and bringing a number of quality-of-life changes along with some significant upgrades to multiplayer.

Coming in at 1.37GB on PS5 and 1.66GB on PS4, the 1.19 update adds three new cars to the game’s stable — although with two of them destined for Hagerty Collection Legend Cars dealerships, you won’t own all of them when They do not appear in rotation until July 29.

In addition, there are four new GT Cafe menu books, including two new events and two in the “Additional Menu” selection, which rewards you for vehicle collection.

Update 1.19 New Cars

as we have already guessed silhouette teaserAnd later Confirmed July 27There are three cars in the update:

  • Maserati A6GCS/53 Spyder ’54 (Legend Cars)
  • Nissan Skyline R30 Super Silhouette Group 5 ’84 (Legend Cars)
  • Porsche 918 Spyder ’13 (Brand Central)

The Maserati is a classic racing machine developed in 1953 to compete in the World Sportscar Championship. This particular car also won the Gran Turismo Award at the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, guaranteeing its place in the Gran Turismo game — but it’s been a while. It will be available at the Legend Cars dealers on July 29.

This is also where you’ll find the Skyline, although it will appear as an AI car in GR3 races and you can even borrow it Current Gr.3 Daily Race very. It should come as no surprise that this beast appears in the Gr.3 category, as it packs over 550hp and doesn’t weigh a ton. a fan favorite from Grand Touring 2 Days, it’s been over 20 years since we last saw the R30 SSS in a new GT game.

Finally there’s the Porsche 918 Spyder, which you can pick up at Brand Central for 1.6 million credits. Officially the second of the hybrid hypercar “Holy Trinity” in the series – the third only appearing on a track day special rather than a regular road car – the 918 added a V8 petrol engine based on it in the LMP2 Porsche RS Spyder. With electric power for a total output of 875hp.

There are a total of four new menu books, including two regular books and two additional menu books, including six new races. You’ll only be able to access them after completing Menu Book 39 and watching the final movie, and each also requires a specific Collector’s level.

  • Enter Menu Book 43 – Neo Classical Challenge (Collector Level 33)
  • Menu Book 44 – Enter the Hyper Car Parade (Collector Level 35)
  • Additional Menu 4 – Collection: Nissan Fairlady Z (Collector Level 29)
  • Additional Menu 5 – Collection: Dodge Viper (Collector Level 34)

Additional menus require you to complete a collection of vehicles. The 1989 300ZX/Z32 (used cars), 2007 Z33, and 2023 Nissan Z Performance are required for the Fairlady Z Book, which rewards a grady Fugu Z. You will need examples from 2002, 2006 and 2013 for the Viper book. Viper, with a six-star parts ticket as a prize.

Two new menu books come with each of the three races, along with events at Fuji, Red Bull Ring and Willow Springs for the Neoclassical Challenge. This is an event for cars from 1980–1999, set at 800PP and using racing tyres. The HyperCar Parade is an open road car event with races in Kyoto, Le Mans and Trial Mountain.

You’ll need to complete Menu Books to gain access to the event, and you’ll earn five-star tickets to the Neoclassical event and six-star engine tickets from the HyperCar Parade.

Update 1.19 Scapes

Two new Scapes locations have been included in the 1.19 update, adding another 45 locations to photograph your vehicles, although one of them is actually pretty awkward.

The first is Shikoku, the smallest of the four islands that make up Japan, which sits in a gulf formed by Honshu Island to the north and east, and Kyushu to the west.

Famous for its 88-temple shrine, Shikoku has only 12 original palaces remaining in Japan, three of which appear as landmarks. All four of the island’s prefectures – Ehime, Kagawa, Kochi and Tokushima – feature numerous landscape shots and an oddly high number of submersible bridges.

The other scapes location is the first one which is not strictly real. Possibly inspired by the title sponsor of the R30 Skyline Super Silhouette, Tomica Town is a model city made up of Tomica scale model cars, buildings and streets.

These places are scaled down to fit any car you put in, and it sure produces some unique images – like tilt-shift without tilting or shifting.

Update 1.19 Major Changes

There are a number of significant changes that mainly affect multiplayer, with the lobby, meeting place and sport mode all subject to improvements, as well as custom races in single player.

Importantly, players will now be able to save and load race settings in both custom race and lobby modes. This means those who drive a regular racing series, or have a particular favorite custom event, can now quickly set them up without having to go through the menus every time.

Players can save up to 50 different settings in either mode, and can name the settings with up to 32 characters. They can also be overwritten or deleted.

Plus, you can now pick up parts for garage cars at any event directly from the Race Shop quick menu, instead of having to go to a tuning shop. Various tire grades, as well as power restrictors and ballast, are available here.

Interestingly, there appears to be an update to Balance of Performance, along with new BOP settings for the tracks “High-Speed”, “Medium-Speed” and “Slow-Speed”, although this isn’t entirely clear. That’s how it’s implemented at this point.

lobbies still support GT Sport-Classic message template, allows you to quickly enter messages with varying levels of passive-aggression – or “Let’s have a clean run!” To let everyone know quickly that you are a crappy driver.

Now you will also be able to mute individual players, and this function will be invoked automatically if you use the report function.

Update 1.19 Other Changes

The update has addressed several issues and adjusted other items for general quality of life. This includes changes to milestones in My Page, shared items in the Showcase, player wishlist, and counter-steer assistance and fixes to problems with the Logitech G923 wheel.

However, one thing that hasn’t been added yet is the ability to sell cars. Players are still waiting for this much-awaited feature, which also appeared on the game’s roadmap published in march — and the game’s official store page — but will need to wait until at least the end of August.

In addition to the full patch notes, which you can read on official siteGTPlanet users are tracking any undocumented changes – including new engine swaps – in General threads on forums,

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