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Gran Turismo Introduces A Collaboration With Dior And Updates GT7 With Exclusive Race Gear And Vehicles

Dior and Polyphony Digital have revealed a collaboration between Dior and Gran Turismo 7 in the form of a trailer and the trailer you can watch above. In the driving game, add another 25 hours.

A De Tomaso Mangusta tuning the vintage car and a set of racing tools will be featured in the Gran Turismo 7 racing simulator thanks to a collaboration between Dior and Polyphony Digital. Kim Jones, a British fashion designer and the artistic director of Dior Men, was in charge of their creation. As a result, parts of Dior’s distinctive corporate brand will be visible online for the first time.

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There will be a blue and grey helmet, matching gloves, reimagined Diorizon shoes, and a yellow and grey racing suit in their line of running apparel. In addition, in honor of the date of Christian Dior’s first presentation, which signaled the brand’s success in 1947, a unique number 47 was added to the design. Starting on August 25, Gran Turismo 7 will have access to all of these things and the exclusive De Tomaso Mangusta edition.

On Thursday, August 25, these things will become available in the game, which means a game update is planned for that day. The update should also add what we assume is a new track that will serve as the site of the Toyota Gazoo Racing GT Series final round.

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Gran Turismo has collaborated with fashion firms to create digital goods. For example, with a valid purchase of real-world goods, users receive a code that they may use to download a particularly liveried Toyota Supra GT500 with the graphics of streetwear company Anti Social Social Club.

The cost of this Gran Turismo 7 Dior-themed collection has not yet been disclosed. It’s not even known if the package can be purchased using real money or if it will also be possible to purchase using in-game currency.

These specifics won’t be known to us for a few weeks. Dior and Polyphony Digital have revealed a collaboration between Dior and Gran Turismo 7 in the form of a trailer and the trailer you can watch above. In the driving game, add another 25 hours.

A De Tomaso Mangusta tuning the vintage car and a set of racing tools will be featured in the Gran Turismo 7 racing simulator thanks to a collaboration between Dior and Polyphony Digital. Kim Jones, a British fashion designer and the artistic director of Dior Men, was in charge of their creation. As a result, parts of Dior’s distinctive corporate brand will be visible online for the first time.

There will be a blue and grey helmet, matching gloves, reimagined Diorizon shoes, and a yellow and grey racing suit in their line of running apparel. In addition, in honor of the date of Christian Dior’s first presentation, which signaled the brand’s success in 1947, a unique number 47 was added to the design. Starting on August 25, Gran Turismo 7 will have access to all of these things and the exclusive De Tomaso Mangusta edition.

On Thursday, August 25, these things will become available in the game, which means a game update is planned for that day. The update should also add what we assume is a new track that will serve as the site of the Toyota Gazoo Racing GT Series final round.

Gran Turismo has collaborated with fashion firms to create digital goods. For example, with a valid purchase of real-world goods, users receive a code that they may use to download a particularly liveried Toyota Supra GT500 with the graphics of streetwear company Anti Social Social Club.

The cost of this Gran Turismo 7 Dior-themed collection has not yet been disclosed. It’s not even known if the package can be purchased using real money or if it will also be possible to purchase using in-game currency. These specifics won’t be known to us for a few weeks.