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Gran Turismo 5 – Twin Ring Motegi and Scion FR-S ’12 DLC

GodisaGeek: "On 26th June, 2012 the fourth set of downloadable content was released for the racing title. The first piece of DLC is a free car in the shape of the Scion FR-S ’12, the American version of the Toyota 86 which is a car that was the result of a joint development process by Toyota and Subaru. The second DLC is Japan’s famous Twin Ring Motegi track, but you’re not just getting one track (well, you kind of are), you’re getting four variations of that track in the form of the Road Course, the Super Speedway, the East Course and the West Course. All of which you can get for £3.99."

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SandwichHammock1549d ago

I'm very confused as to what happened when it comes to the new 86 and the Subaru BRZ. Completely different cars o_O...

Gran Touring1549d ago

No, they're the same car, with slightly different trims based on the manufacturer, such as the stereo system(s). They're specifications, performance and even interior dimensions are virtually indistinguishable.

No FanS Land1549d ago

well there are differences between the BRZ's and FR-S' interiors. Colors aren't the same and the BRZ does not have faux carbon fiber.

Hicken1549d ago

And, as of yet, we still aren't getting the 86 in the US. Probably won't be getting the BRZ for a while, either, but I'm not sure on that.

Somehow, though, I imagine the 86 is a bit more powerful.

Gran Touring1548d ago

@Hicken The US isn't getting the 86, we're getting the FRS and BRZ. All three of these cars, FRS, 86 and BRZ are the SAME car. They have little minute differences but they're the same vehicle. Same engine, same architecture, almost same price. Other than available transmissions there's very little different between the models