Gran Turismo 7 will include more car tuning parts than any game released in the series to date.
The video – the Spanish version of which was leaked recently – shows a variety of parts being purchased in an in-game shop.
Some of the parts are split into Sports, Club Sports, Semi-Racing, Racing and Extreme categories.
The video can be watched in the embed below:
Gran Turismo 7 - Tuners (behind the scenes
“One of the great pleasures of owning a car is being able to customise and tune it,” Yamauchi says in the video. “The tiniest adjustments can make a difference. Tweaking the setup like this, or using this particular part, will change the car like this, make it corner like this…
“I think this process of tuning the car to your exact preference through trial and error is really enjoyable. In Gran Turismo 7, we’re going to have the most number of parts we’ve ever had available for tuning the cars in the game.
“That gives players more scope to tune their cars, and to customise them as they see fit.”
Sony recently detailed Gran Turismo 7 pre-order items and the game’s 25th Anniversary Edition, which costs $90 / £90.
The 25th Anniversary Edition includes a Toyota GR Yaris with a country specific livery.
Gran Turismo 7’s campaign mode, livery editor, Scapes photo mode, GT Café and GT Auto will all require players to be connected to the PlayStation Network.