Been curious to see how the all-new Toyota GR Supra drives? Well, thankfully you can now do so… in Gran Turismo Sport that is. In fact, you can already own, modify and drive it to your liking for the small price of 100,000 in-game credits.

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Polyphony Digital has recently released another free update – Version 1.34 – in Gran Turismo Sport, adding five popular models from Gran Turismo 6 into the game together with a new real-world race track – Autopolis Circuit. Aside from the new cars and track, there are also new GT League events to choose from, expanding the single-player campaign and allows players to earn more money.

To begin, listed below are five new cars players can choose from: 

  • Toyota GR Supra RZ '19 (N300)
  • Pagani Huayra '13 (N700)
  • Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren '09 (N600)
  • Mazda Eunos Roadster (NA Special Package) '89 (N200)
  • McLaren F1 GTR - BMW (Kokusai Kaihatsu UK Racing) '95 (Gr.3)

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The list of cars may be smaller than the previous update, but it is still a welcome addition to Gran Turismo Sport. The only new car out of the bunch is the GR Supra RZ, which only made its debut earlier this January. With deliveries just underway, it gives owners and fans a chance to drive it in the virtual world while waiting for the real one. As for the rest of the lineup, it mostly consists of updated versions of Gran Turismo 6 cars.

You can now drive the Toyota GR Supra… virtually image

Autopolis Circuit is a welcome addition to GT Sport especially since the track was not available in GT6. Located in Kyushu, Japan, Autopolis Circuit is available in full length or ‘shortcut course’ in the game. For those not familiar with Autopolis, the track does not have global fame as it does not play host a lot of international races. However, it does host Super GT as well as D1 Grand Prix.

You can now drive the Toyota GR Supra… virtually image

So if you haven’t updated Gran Turismo Sport yet, better do so now. The update weighs in at around 3GB.