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2014 Volkswagen Vision Gran Turismo Concept


Gran Turismo’s Vision Gran Turismo series of concepts is slowly taking shape and another automaker has come out and released a teaser of its creative work.

Joining in on the teaser fun is Volkswagen with a preview of its Vision Gran Turismo Concept . And if we’re into picking among the best of what we’ve seen, it’s hard to go against what looks like a pretty sick roadster that actually bears resemblance to one of Volkswagen’s production models, specifically the Scirocco .

This is what the creative forces at Volkswagen thought of when they were asked to build a concept for the video game franchise. It’s not that the car looks really good; it’s that it looks exceptionally good, one we hope Volkswagen decides to build as an actual production car in the future.

It retains most of the essential characteristics of the brand’s resident hatch and wraps it up in a sportier package, one that features a dramatically low windshield, a swooping front end, new headlights, and lest we forget, the sickest set of wheels we’ve seen among all the Vision Gran Turismo Concept teasers that have come out.

It’s a dynamic concept that doesn’t dive too much into the extreme like the other concepts. Sort of like saying, "Hey, VW! You got plans of building a production run of this bad boy soon?"

Click past the jump to read about the BMW and Mercedes Vision Gran Turismo Concepts

Source: Gran Turismo

2013 BMW Vision Gran Turismo Concept

BMW Vision Gran Turismo

The BMW concept features the same aggressive design language as that of the Mercedes concept. It’s not as outlandish, but it’s definitely up there, thanks in large part to a combination of BMW’s unmistakable racing genes with the design freedom that you can have on a virtual car has given birth to a concept that goes beyond even our already bloated expectations.

2013 Mercedes-Benz Vision Gran Turismo Concept

Mercedes-Benz Vision Gran Turismo Concept

Mercedes built the Vision Gran Turismo as a concept car specially developed for Gran Turismo 6. It was unveiled at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show and apparently it created quite a buzz in the automotive world.

The concept features an aggressive design language, with elements inspired by the 1952 300 SL racecar and an interior with F1 elements. It also gets a powerful AMG engine and an exhaust system with eight end pipes. No details were released on the engine output.



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