The Mazda RX-Vision GT3 Concept will appear in the Gran Turismo simulatorMarch 18, 2020
Starting May 25 this year, the previously shown Mazda RX-Vision GT3 concept will be available for the Gran Turismo racing simulator. The virtual version of the car will receive 562 hp. power.
Due to the fact that real races will be postponed for the foreseeable future (the outbreak of the coronovirus is to blame), perhaps competitions in the virtual world should temporarily become more popular. Fortunately, the players of the Gran Turismo racing simulator will have a new car soon in May – the Mazda RX-Vision GT3 Concept. In November, a car sketch was presented showing the long sleek racing concept that will be available in Gran Turismo Sport for the PlayStation 4 gaming console. It will be available in an update scheduled for May 25th.
The RX-Vision GT3 concept draws inspiration from the stunning Mazda RX-Vision concept that the Japanese automaker introduced at the Tokyo Auto Show in 2015.
Mazda has never revealed details about the composition of the power plant concept RX-Vision. However, we know that the video game car version will produce 562 horsepower and have a 48:52 weight distribution from front to back. GT3 Concept was created by the chief designer of the Japanese brand Ikuo Maeda.
The design of the RX-Vision GT3 Concept for the game is a little more realistic than what we were shown earlier with huge wheels and an ultra-low roof. The car version for a video game is slightly more realistic, with wheels “wrapped” in an appropriate amount of rubber, with a normal height of the windshield. Additional aerodynamic elements in front give the car an aggressive look. A massive rear wing, the widespread use of carbon fiber and a large rear diffuser complete the futuristic look of the car.
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