When Polyphony Digital announced Gran Turismo 6 , it also announced that a series of makers around the globe would develop a series of concept cars especially for the game. With Mercedes and BMW revealing their respective concepts, the folks over at Red Bull Racing have now released their creation.
You shouldn’t be very surprised to hear that Red Bull is providing a concept for GT6, as it did the same thing for GT5 when it released the X2010 .
The concept developed for GT6 is called X2014 and it is offered in three different versions: the Red Bull X2014 Fan (X2014/F), the Red Bull X2014 Standard (X2014/S) and the Red Bull X2014 Junior (X2014/J). So, we’re not talking about just one car, but three different concepts imagined for the racing world.
All three of them were designed by Polyphony Digital Inc. in collaboration with Adrian Newey, Chief Technical Officer of four-time F1 champions, Red Bull Racing.
Just like with the other concepts, the new X2014 will be offered exclusively int he GT6, so if you want to drive it, you’ll have to buy the game.
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Gran Turismo 6 is available worldwide starting December 2nd — just in time to celebrate the game’s 15th anniversary. The model will be offered exclusively for PS3, and it offers a staggering collection of more than 1,200 of the world’s best cars and 37 tracks.
From the total of 1,200 cars, over 120 are newly added to the lineup in GT6. Fans can expect an even greater selection of cars in the game, including historic cars, road cars and the latest race cars from popular series such as the FIA GT3, Le Mans Series, World Rally Championship and Nascar.
Also, from the 37 tracks, seven are totally new including the iconic Silverstone Circuit, Australia’s Mount Panorama and Spain’s Ascari Race Resort.