Introducing the PEUGEOT Vision Gran Turismo
The PEUGEOT Vision Gran Turismo has been released on "Gran Turismo 6", available exclusively on PlayStation®3. Road-hugging aerodynamics that do not rely on spoilers. A pure driving ecstasy born from the sports prototype bloodline.
How to receive itAfter Update 1.19 has been installed, the car can be purchased from the [Vision GT] area within the [CARS] section in "My Home" (here, you can also find the car's presentation movie). Alternatively, it is also possible to obtain the car by completing a lap (regardless of the lap time) in the new Seasonal Event, available only for a limited time.
About the PEUGEOT Vision Gran TurismoWhen PEUGEOT designers and PEUGEOT SPORT engineers teamed up to create an exceptional super car the result was the PEUGEOT Vision Gran Turismo.
This racing car, specifically designed for the Anniversary Edition of Gran Turismo 6, brings together the major elements of a hyper efficient endurance car. Boasting a radical style, the PEUGEOT Vision Gran Turismo stands out with its almost absent aerodynamic elements and its air-rending monolithic figure. Its design allows an aerodynamic support directly generated by the car bodywork, which reaches a mere 1.04 m.
The PEUGEOT Vision Gran Turismo focuses on the driver. Behind them, in a rear central position, the 3.2L V6 turbo engine delivers its 875 ch (874 BHP) to the four permanent driving wheels, sized 22 inches at the front and 23 inches at the rear, via a mechanical 6-speed transmission.
Combined with the cars lightness 875 kg (1929 lbs), and its ideal mass distribution (48% at the front and 52% at the rear), the ultra-direct steering makes it the perfect ride to face up to the challenges of Gran Turismo. Its acceleration is exceptional thanks to its 1 kg/ch (1 kg/BHP) weight/power ratio and its deceleration is just as formidable thanks to its 4 ventilated carbon discs with a diameter of 380 mm (15 inches) on the front, and 337 mm (13 inches) on the rear...
Are you ready to add your name to PEUGEOT SPORT’s great list of victories on every track of the world?