The November update, which went live today, also includes a new US-based race track, three of FR Sports Cars’ crown jewels, and the option to sell vehicles.
There are now three thrilling new vehicles
BMW M2 Competition ‘18
As a high-performance rear-wheel drive compact, the BMW 2 Series coupe is popular. The BMW M2 Competition is an extreme machine that shares the same engine compartment as the M3 and M4’s 3L twin-turbo inline-6 ‘S55’ engine. The captivating bodywork is the first thing you’ll notice. The exterior, with its bulging over fenders, embodies speed.
Despite its short length of 4,475 mm, it is roughly the same size as the E36 M3. Whether in the city or on the winding backroads, the car provides an incredible sense of control, as if the driver’s nerves had reached the far corners of the body. The S55 engine has a maximum power output of 404 BHP and a maximum torque of 56.1 kgfm. Even when compared to BMW’s long history of high-performance inline-6 engines, this model has an exceptional high-revving performance, and as the boost increases, its explosive power emerges.
Ford Sierra RS 500 Cosworth ‘87
From 1982, Ford Europe produced the Sierra, a fairly standard family car with an aerodynamic hatchback body. However, the Sierra’s image among car enthusiasts changed dramatically in 1985. This was due to the addition of the Sierra RS Cosworth, affectionately known as the “Cossie” among enthusiasts, by the legendary Cosworth. The Sierra RS Cosworth was powered by a 2 liter inline 4 with DOHC and a turbocharger that produced 203 BHP.
The chassis was strengthened, and the exterior received fender extensions and a large rear spoiler. A year later, the power was increased to 223 BHP, and a 500-unit limited edition Sierra RS 500 Cosworth was added to the lineup, with an engine reinforced for racing and improved aerodynamic details. Of course, all of these enhancements were created for touring car racing. From 1988 to 1990, the Sierra won several international Group A series championships in countries such as Germany, the United Kingdom, Australia, Japan, and New Zealand.
Nissan Silvia K’s Aero (S14) ‘96
The S14 Silvia debuted in October 1993 as the successor to the hugely successful S13 model, and Nissan hoped to build on their previous success with a new larger body. The S14 is 1.730 mm wider than the S13, and the track width has been increased to match. The new model is also 30 mm longer at 4,500 mm and 5 mm taller at 1,295 mm, resulting in a larger overall body. The softer lines of the body design, on the other hand, highlight the car’s width the most.
The K grade model also came standard with 16-inch wheels. The engine is a retuned version of the SR20 series from the S13. The top-of-the-line K’s model has an intercooled turbocharger and produces 14 BHP more than the previous generation at 216 BHP/28 kgfm, while the naturally aspirated Q’s and J’s models produce 157 BHP/19.2 kgfm. The S13’s basic suspension structure has also been carried over, with front struts and a multilink system at the rear. The ‘Super HICAS’ electronic rear wheel steering system was also available for the car. Nissan released a facelift model with a significant redesign in 1996. For a more sharp and striking appearance, the exterior’s soft image was tightened up with scowling headlights and a large real spoiler.
Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta Race Circuit
Total Length: 4,088m, Elevation Change: 38m, Number of corners: 12, Longest Straight: 1275m
The Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta is a historic US road course located just north of Braselton, Georgia, that was built in 1970. It is well-known for hosting touring car and prototype car races, as well as the 10-hour ‘Petit Le Mans’ endurance race. Its tight track and dramatic elevation changes result in multiple blind corners where drivers must carefully consider their overtaking points.
Ability to sell vehicles and New scapes
After completing the GT Café Menus and installing the latest 1.26 patch update (internet connection required), players will be able to sell cars within their personal garage.
Let us know what you think about the update.