Ah, digital supercars… Almost every major automaker has hopped onto the Vision Gran Turismo bandwagon and created their own supercars for Gran Turismo 6. The latest — and wildest — in my opinion is the Peugeot Vision Gran Turismo.
This digital monster not only looks the part of a bona fide supercar, but it also has the performance credentials to make gamers ad gearheads drool. It tips the scales at just 875 kg (1,929 pounds) and its central-mounted, 3.2-liter V-6 engine produces 875 bhp, giving it a 1-to-1 power to weight ratio.
This power heads to all four wheels via a six-speed manual transmission, which helps it hit 62 mph in a blistering 1.73 seconds. At just 104 cm (40.9 inches) tall and with very few aerodynamic add-ons to increase drag, it is sure to cut through the wind quite efficiently, which will result in a pretty impressive top speed too – likely in excess of 205 mph. According to Peugeot, the body produces enough downforce, so there was no need for tons of spoilers.
Bringing the Peugeot Vision Gran Turismo concept to a stop are Brembo brakes with ventilated carbon-fiber discs. Up front, these discs are 380 mm (14.96 inches) diameter and on the rear, they are 337 mm (13.26 inches). These discs sit behind 22-inch alloy wheels up front and 23-inch alloy rollers in the rear.
This new concept is available to GT6 players via a free download, and has six color options to choose from.
Unfortunately, there is no chance at all that this concept will spawn any sort of production model. However, don’t be surprised to see some styling elements migrate into reality.