“That tearing/ripping look that separates the LV monogram from the solid white or black is a single decal. It’s just layered twice for the accent color, which is the red or the pink,” the redditor who created this livery for GTS explains in a post. You can find the livery on this page.
In the meantime, everybody’s obviously waiting for Gran Turismo 7, a title projected to launch later this year exclusively on PlayStation 5.
While no specifics have been provided on the actual ETA, it’s believed GT7 will finally go live in the third or fourth quarter of the year, and it should bring a nostalgic feel to those who previously played the original versions of the game.
“I think I was able to make a fairly ambitious prospect at Gran Turismo Sports. So at Gran Turismo 7, we're going to go back to the royal spirit of full volume, like 1 or 4, while inheriting elements such as the championships we've achieved in sport, and we're going to give you the best Gran Turismo experience of the moment. So if you know the old Gran Turismo, I think it smells a little nostalgic,” Polyphony Digital chief Kazunori Yamauchi says.
Of course, no specifics were shared about when gamers could get their hands on the new Gran Turismo.