Gran Turismo Sport version 1.11 update launches January 26

10 new cars, new tracks with eight layouts, and four GT League events.

Gran Turismo Sport

Sony Interactive Entertainment will release the version 1.11 update for Gran Turismo Sport on January 26, the company announced. It adds 10 new cars, new tracks with eight different layouts, and four new GT League events.

Get the full list of changes below.

New Vehicles

Rolling into Brand Central this month are 10 unmissable new cars, including fan favorites like the Toyota Supra RZ and legendary Ferrari 330P4 and Jaguar XJ13. Plus, for the connoisseurs among you, we’ve also added the Toyota 2000GT. Check out the complete line-up:

  • Dodge Viper GTS
  • Ferrari 512 BB
  • Ferrari 330 P4
  • Ford GT
  • Jaguar XJ13
  • Lamborghini Diablo GT
  • McLaren F1
  • Toyota 2000GT
  • Toyota FT-1
  • Toyota Supra RZ

New Tracks

Next up, the famous classic high-speed track Autodromo Nazionale Monza finally makes its debut in Gran Turismo Sport and we’ve added a total of eight challenging layouts to master, including three non-GP versions of the Autodrome Lago Maggiore – Centre, East and West.

GT League Events

Finally, following the launch of GT League with update 1.10, we know you’ve been itching for more category races in which to test your racing mettle. So this month, we’re providing just that with the addition of four exciting new events, including:

  • F150 Raptor Survival
  • J-Sport Meeting
  • La Festa Cavallino
  • Gr.3 Endurance Series

Gran Turismo Sport is available now for PlayStation 4.

Watch a trailer for the update below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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