Gran Turismo 7 Adds Three New Cars and Changes to Replay in Update 1.13

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Update 1.13 for Gran Turismo 7 is now available for download on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. In this update, players can purchase three new cars and play more events at World Circuits.

New Cars

It’s always refreshing to drive new cars, and in this update, you enjoy three new models: one by Suzuki and two by Subaru. If you head to the Brand Central, you can purchase the Subaru BRZ GT300 ’21 and Subaru BRZ S ’21. The third car will be available for purchase on April 26 at the Used Cars dealership. If you are interested in older cars, the Suzuki Cappuccino (EA11R) ’91 is the right option for you.


Watching replays can help understand individual mistakes or even show off best timings to the public. If you’ve used the Replay feature before, you know that fast forwarding between laps can be tiring. That changes in this update where players can now skip to the next lap directly, which saves them a lot of time and makes it easier to find the required clip. That’s not all as players can also filter by genre or artist when selecting a replay song.

Gran Turismo 7 Update 1.13

Livery Editor
  • Added a "Default Decal Color" in Editor Settings. "White" or "Newest Color Used" are now selectable and by selecting Newest Color Used the newest color that was last used will be selected.
Car Settings
  • Fixed an issue wherein the name of a Settings Sheet would disappear
  • Fixed a Performance Points (PP) issue that would occur due to a Power Restrictor adjustment
  • Fixed an issue wherein Performance Points (PP) would not be added correctly if certain settings or operations were performed. (The Performance Points may not calculate correctly in certain conditions such as if high-grip tires are added to some cars.)
Car Behavior
  • Adjusted the geometry calculations algorithm for the suspension. This has resulted in improved traction for rear-wheel drive cars and lessened reactions to weight transfer
  • Adjusted the relationship between the controller inputs (Analogue stick, R2 button, Accelerator pedal on a steering wheel controller) and the position of the throttle
  • Adjusted the steering speed of the analogue stick
  • Adjusted the force feedback in the following steering wheel controllers:
    • Fanatec Podium
    • Fanatec GT DD Pro
    • Fanatec GT DD Pro + BoostKit
  • Adjusted the brake pressure control for all four brakes when entering a corner. As a result, the braking distance is reduced in general

You can read more about the update here.

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