Gran Turismo 7 has been receiving a fair amount of marketing in the past few weeks with several behind the scenes trailer. These feature series creator Kazunori Yamauchi discussing each aspect of the game (like the Photo Mode). However, it seems that two more such trailers have accidentally leaked courtesy of the Latin America branch of marketing company Solutions 2 GO. Though they’ve since been removed, GT Planet has re-uploaded them and provided details on the same.
The subtitles are in Spanish but the trailers offer a look at the game’s tuning and tracks. Unlike in Gran Turismo Sport, players can customize various car parts from the engine and suspension to the braking along with adding superchargers. Gran Turismo 7 will apparently include the largest number of tuning parts in the series yet.
As for the tracks, Yamauchi doesn’t really detail all of the different circuits (though Nurburgring is confirmed as his favorite). However, he does speak about the scanning process and how they tracks have a “tangible realness” to them. The trailer also provides a look at other returning cars like Ferrari La Ferrari, Aston Martin One-77 and the Aston Martin Vulcan.
Gran Turismo 7 is out on March 4th 2022 for PS4 and PS5. Stay tuned for the English versions of these trailers in the coming days.