Gran Turismo 7’s August update has introduced new car models, which include the legendary F1 car that Ayrton Senna first won the World Championship title in, in 1988.
The other three new additions are the 1969 Pontiac GTO “The Judge,” the 2016 version of the Porsche Cayman GT4, and the Italian classic De Tomaso Mangusta, featuring a special body paint job designed in collaboration with Dior.
There are also three variants of the Circuit de Catalunya near Barcelona that have been added. There is one route (Catalunya GP Layout) that eliminates the chicane before the last corner, thus adding a bit more speed.
The Catalunya National Layout shortens the competition by removing the left side of the track. Also, there is the Catalunya Rallycross Layout, a hybrid race combining different types of surfaces.
Also introduced are additional options in the cafe, which allows the most advanced players to buy cars within a specific category or theme. You can find a full list of changes and new features on the official PlayStation blog.