How fast could a car go around the Nurburgring Nordschleife if it was unimpeded by racing regulations, or by g-forces acting on the driver? About 3'38.031, as this Red Bull X2014 Fan Car did in Gran Turismo 6.
Mercedes-Benz stunned everyone when they announced they were bringing the Vision GT, a car made exclusively for Gran Turismo 6, to the 2014 LA Auto Show as a real-life full-scale vehicle.
Normally when we show a comparison video like this, it's comparing the same game across platforms. But this one's different. It's two games across two platforms, which may sound pointless, but remember, these are driving games we're talking about. We can get away with it.
At an info session during Gamescom 2013, Kazunori Yamauchi claimed that players could use GT6's Course Maker to create tracks in an area of "100 kilometers by 100 kilometers", or 10,000 square kilometers. GTPlanet reports that Andreas Nie, InsideSimRacing's European correspondent, approached him to clarify that.
Alright, I know I'm behind on giving a comment on the newest and much talked about install of Gran Turismo, due Q4 this year should we trust it's developers. This time apparently, they're on schedule and it won't be delayed into the next era of humanity. They say...
When first introduced, Triumph's GT6 was promoted as being developed from the company's Le Mans racing programme. That claim may have been bogus but will the racing stripes on today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe MK3 have you racing for your check book?
British Leyland, the "Government Motors" of Malaise Era Britain, began its life in 1968, so this '67 GT6 managed to avoid the BL stigma.
It looks like Italy has been knocked off the PCH Superpower throne by the UK, according to the results of yesterday's Choose Your Eternity poll. That means that PCH SuperGigaPower France awaits the chance to take on its historical PCH rival from across the Channel. But first, let's see how Britain fares against a…