Gran Turismo Sport Unveils Its Full Track List and More Gorgeous Footage of Its Many Cars

Nathan Birch

With the release of Gran Turismo Sport racing every closer, Sony and developer Polyphony Digital are keeping engines revving with new information about the game’s tracks and car classes. GT Sport boasts 40 tracks, including new additions like the sleek, urban Tokyo Expressway and NASCAR-inspired Blue Moon Speedway, as well as returning favorites, like Nürburgring. You can catch a glimpse of some of the new and returning tracks in the trailer, below.

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Here’s the full list of Gran Turismo Sport courses, which are spread over 17 locations:

  • Alsace – Village
  • Alsace – Village II
  • Autodrome Lago Maggiore – GP
  • Autodrome Lago Maggiore – GP II
  • Autódromo De Interlagos
  • Blue Moon Bay Speedway
  • Blue Moon Bay Speedway II
  • Brands Hatch Grand Prix Circuit
  • Brands Hatch Indy Circuit
  • Broad Bean Raceway
  • Broad Bean Raceway II
  • Colorado Springs – Lake
  • Colorado Springs – Lake II
  • Dragon Trail – Seaside
  • Dragon Trail – Seaside II
  • Fishermans Ranch
  • Fishermans Ranch II
  • Mount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit
  • Northern Isle Speedway
  • Northern Isle Speedway – Infield
  • Nürburgring 24h
  • Nürburgring GP
  • Nürburgring Nordschleife
  • Nürburgring Nordschleife Tourist Layout
  • Sardegna – Windmills
  • Sardegna – Windmills II
  • Suzuka Circuit
  • Suzuka Circuit East Course
  • Tokyo Expressway – Central Inner Loop
  • Tokyo Expressway – Central Outer Loop
  • Tokyo Expressway – East Inner Loop
  • Tokyo Expressway – East Outer Loop
  • Willow Springs International Raceway: Big Willow
  • Willow Springs International Raceway: Horse Thief Mile
  • Willow Springs International Raceway: Horse Thief Mile II
  • Willow Springs International Raceway: Streets of Willow Springs
  • Willow Springs International Raceway: Streets of Willow Springs II

Polyphony also provided a breakdown of Gran Turismo Sports’ six car classes. The classes range from Group N (your basic, consumer-level sports cars) to Group B (super-fast off-road monster machines) to Group X (crazy experimental cars out of a sci-fi movie). Get the full lowdown, and plenty of beautiful new gameplay footage, below.

Eager to get behind the wheel? Well, a free limited-time Gran Turismo Sport demo will be available next week. The demo will playable for four days, from October 9th at 6:00 pm PT until October 12th at 8:00 am PT. PlayStation Plus members will be able to pre-load the demo starting from October 7th at 8:00 am PT, and play early on October 9th, at 12:00 am PT.

The full version of Gran Turismo Sport speeds onto PlayStation 4 on October 17th. Chris previewed the game at EGX 2017 recently and loved the exquisitely detailed cars.

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