Hello Gran Turismo fans its Penrose Tackie here again with more news about Gran Turismo for PSP. I’m delighted to be able to fill you in on some of the pre-order goodies we’ve got lined up for you.
The pre-order scheme means you can get your hands on some very special cars right from the off – in colours that will not be available in the game.
The way it works is really easy. Pre-order your copy of GT-PSP at any participating retailer and you will receive a voucher for one of the unique cars that we have lined up for you. Come launch you just redeem the voucher on PSN and you’re away.
A few of the cars have never appeared in Gran Turismo before and the line up is a real treat for car fans.
First up we have the car beloved of rockstars and footballers alike – the 2002 Ferrari Enzo Ferrari in Giallo Modena yellow. Next is that stalwart of 70’s and 80’s bedroom walls, the iconic 1974 Lamborghini Countach LP400 – in Arancio Orange.
This is the first time that the supercar manufacturer has appeared in any GT title and marks a welcome introduction of famous charging Italian bull to the Gran Turismo franchise.
Next up are two cars that each have a little sprinkling of Polyphony’s design genius in them.
The first of these is the critically acclaimed and blisteringly quick 2009 Nissan GT-R Spec V in metallic blue. Avid Polyphony watchers amongst you will know that in real life this car features an innovative dashboard digital display unit designed by Yamauchi-san and the team at Polyphony.
Adding a real next-generation feel to the roster of vehicles is a vehicle that is the result of a groundbreaking collaboration between Polyphony and Citroen – the 2008 Citroen GTbyCitroen.
This jaw-dropping vehicle will see a very exclusive and limited production run later this year. But if you don’t have the odd million or so Euros in the bank, this is your best chance to get behind the wheel of this unique vehicle!
A final treat I can leave you with is a new trailer featuring a Nissan GTR and Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 dueling it out against a glimpse of the cars, tracks and locations we might just see in GT-PSP when it lands on the 1st October.
The trailer will also be viewable on PSN store this week. Enjoy! and remember to keep checking back for more Gran Turismo news.