Wanna drive the radical Nissan GT-R LM Nismo in real life? You can’t. Sorry. (Unless you’re one of its actual racing drivers, in which case, good for you!) But for the rest of us talentless normals, the insane 1,250 horsepower front-driver can be had in Gran Turismo 6.
Those squat, boxy-looking sketches of the Mini Clubman Gran Turismo Vision Concept don't do it justice. The actual in-game car looks badass and I want it. Why, oh why, can't it be real?
Mini is the latest company to jump on the Gran Turismo Vision Concept bandwagon, and the car they're cooking up for GT6 is appropriately bonkers. An aggressive bodykit, two "barn" doors, and 395 horsepower make for the coolest Mini Clubman I've ever seen, even if it's not real.
Meet the race car GM would build if there were no limits, the Chevrolet Chaparral 2X Vision Gran Turismo for GT6. GM should definitely go prototype racing with this.
Another day, another Gran Turismo Vision concept, where an automaker debuts a GT6-only concept deemed too crazy to exist in real-life form. This one comes from Subaru, and it's called the Viziv GT Vision Concept. I like it, but I say this: Where's the rally car?
Got a radical idea for a concept car that's totally unfeasible in real life? No problem, just make it into a Gran Turismo Vision car. We've seen some pretty wild ones so far, but rather than just do a wild Corvette Stingray from 2050, Chevrolet is reviving a famous name from racing history — Chaparral. And that's…
Aston Martin built sort of a modern Ford GT90 called the DP-100 for Gran Turismo 6. It's got a mid-engined twin-turbo V12, and it's never going to happen in this form, but I still want to see those taillights on their next production vehicle, because it's awesome.
We're evenly split on the design of the Aston Martin DP-100. The profile is slick, the back end is butch, and then you get to the front.
You give Aston Designer Marek Reichmann a pencil, an order to design a car for a video game, and some peyote. What you get in return is the DP-100. It's unlike any Aston you've seen before, and that is totally ok.
Nissan's Vision Gran Turismo car is the striking Concept 2020, a no-holds barred take on the future of performance. It's also a disguised peek at what we can expect from a future GT-R. And that's a magical, mystical thing.
Is it silly to release a teaser video for a car that only exists in the virtual world? I don't think so, especially if the car is as extreme-looking as the Aston Martin DP-100. It doesn't look like any Aston Martin we've ever seen before.
Nissan has lifted the red sheet off their mysterious Gran Turismo car, and it looks like what you get when you cross a GT-R with a Koenigsegg. This is the Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo, and I think it looks pretty badass.
Surprise! While everyone's been talking about the Volkswagen GTI Roadster, those sly devils at Mitsubishi pulled a fast one by getting their Gran Turismo 6 car in the game first. This beast is the Mitsubishi Concept XR-PHEV Evolution Vision Gran Turismo.
If hot hatches still exist in the year 2050, and they're not all driven by robots, I hope they'll look like this: the Volkswagen Golf GTI Gran Turismo Vision Concept, which leaked onto the Internet a little early today.
What do you get when you cross a BMW M235i with a DTM car, a Z4, and the famous M colors? A car that looks awesome, would drive like a dream, and is totally not real at all. Meet the BMW Vision Gran Turismo.