Polyphony Digital has announced the December update to Gran Turismo Sport. It includes a bunch of classics, like the Bandit Trans-Am and split-window 1963 Corvette, but JNCers are probably most concerned with Sung Kang’s Fugu Z. Actually, though, there’s an even greater addition, and it’s not even a car.
The RB26-powered car won the Gran Turismo award at SEMA three years ago, and per tradition the car gets rendered into the game. However, we think the real jackpot is the addition of the Tokyo Expressway South course. Now you can hit the bayside like a hashiriya and imagine a world where there are no speed cameras. Just look out for Midnight Cinderella.