Toyota FT-1 ‘Vision GT’ now available to download in Gran Turismo 6

Article by Christian Andrei, on September 19, 2014

Fans, enthusiasts and players of the Gran Turismo 6 (GT6) – exclusive on PlayStation3 – could now download the “Vision GT,” the virtual high-powered version of Toyota’s FT-1 sports car concept. A red version of the stunning FT-1 was available to download earlier this year – one of the two physical interpretations of the strikingly beautiful sports car concept.

The second version, the graphite FT-1 is available now. The FT-1 Concept was designed by Calty Design Research, Toyota’s design studio in Newport Beach, California with an aim of stunning the world with bold, sculpted lines that exudes speed and power.

To celebrate a decade and a half of the Gran Turismo series, Calty gave birth to an ultra-high-performance race version of the FT-1, albeit a virtual, only for GT6. The Vision GT represents what a race version of the FT-1 might achieve on the track.

Even before building the FT-1 concept vehicle, key Toyota executives like Toyota President Akio Toyoda were able to experience how to drive this sports car virtually in the GT6 game.

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