Gran Turismo 7 is receiving its biggest update tomorrow in the form of Spec II (aka Update 1.40). The free content drop adds a new cooperative mode, seven new cars, a new track and more.
Perhaps the biggest innovation in the update is the local split screen for four players. Unfortunately for PS4 players, this option is only available on PS5. Speaking of PS5-only features, those players can enjoy Gran Turismo Sophy, which developer Polyphony Digital describes as a “prototype of a revolutionary racing AI agent.”
Spec II also adds the snowy Lake Louise track. It is set in a Canadian ski resort and is available in three variants: long track, short track and tri-oval. New Master License events are coming, and the update also adds quality of life features, such as a dashboard that tracks player progress.
Of course, new vehicles are always exciting, and here are the seven new vehicles:
- Dodge Charger R/T 426 Hemi ’68
- Dodge Challenger SRT Demon ’18
- Lexus LFA ’10
- Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution II ’91
- NISMO 400R ’95
- Porsche 911 GT3 RS (992) ’22
- Tesla Model 3 Performance ’23
Spec II adds a variety of smaller additions, such as new cafe menus and new photo mode options. For a full breakdown, check out the blog post on the Gran Turismo website. You can download the update on November 2nd. You can find more information about Gran Turismo 7 in our review.