After accidentally being released last week, the official version of Polyphony Digital’s “Tuners” trailer for Gran Turismo 7 is live. Going behind the scenes once again with series creator Kazunori Yamauchi, it focuses on the various ways that players can tweak their vehicles.
Parts are divided into multiple categories from Sports and Club Sports to Semi-Racing and Extreme. You have components like air filters, mufflers, tire types, suspension, rims and much more to mess around with. There’s plenty of trial and error involved but Yamauchi believes that tuning a car “to your exact preference” is “really enjoyable.” And yes, Gran Turismo 7 will feature the most number of parts available for tuning in the series yet with over 400 cars to customize.
Given how tuning was omitted from Gran Turismo Sport, the extensive options here should satisfy hardcore fans. Gran Turismo 7 releases on March 4th 2022 for PS4 and PS5. Stay tuned for more details in the meantime.
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