You Can Now Drive The 2020 Toyota Supra In Gran Turismo Sport

The addition of the new Supra in Gran Turismo Sport is significant because Toyota cars have been conspicuously absent in recent racing game releases such as Forza Horizon 4.

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Rejoice, racing game fans: you can take the 2020 Toyota Supra for a virtual test drive before it goes on sale.

The 2020 Toyota GR Supra doesn’t go on sale until this summer, but you can take it for a virtual test drive right now ‘ providing you own a PlayStation 4 console. The reborn Japanese sports car has been added to Gran Turismo Sport as part of the latest free update. This is the first time the 2020 Toyota Supra has ever featured in a video game, just two months after its debut at the Detroit Auto Show.

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Toyota GR Supra Racing Concept Now Playable In Gran Turismo Sport

While Toyota has warned us that the highly anticipated fifth-generation Supra is going to be on the expensive side, you won’t have to rob a bank or win the lottery to get behind the wheel of the GR Supra Racing concept’ in the virtual world. Beginning today, the showcar unveiled last month in Geneva is making the transition towards the exciting world of video games by joining other racy Toyotas in Gran Turismo Sport.

Available exclusively on the PlayStation 4 console, the latest installment in the GT franchise is already the virtual home for a couple of iconic models like the 2000GT and Supra A80, as well as the more recent TS050 hybridized endurance race car. While the addition of the Gazoo Racing Supra Racing concept to Toyota’s Gran Turismo Sport lineup should be well-received by Supra fans with a soft spot for racing games, we are all still patiently waiting for the real thing to break cover.

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Toyota Reveals Supra to Compete in Super GT for 2020

Although we’ve pretty much seen Toyota’s new Supra now, it’s scheduled to debut, at long last, in Detroit on January 14. However, before the main event, there’s one more piece of business for the Supra to check off: its Super GT racing car.

The Supra has been a stalwart of top-level Japanese touring car series since the late 1980s. Since the A70 debuted in the Japanese Touring Car Championship (JTCC), the Supra had been a fixture for almost 20 years. The A80 Supra competed in the All-Japan GT Championship (JGTC) and its successor Super GT. Over 12 seasons it took 27 race wins and four titles, sporting some of the world’s most iconic racing liveries.

  • Publisher: GTPlanet
  • Date: 2019-01-13T16:55:34+00:00
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