How to modify cars in Gran Turismo Sport

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As fans wait for Gran Turismo 7, Gran Turismo Sport is filling the gap nicely, especially given all the updates to the game recently.

With Gran Turismo Sport now a few years old, players are looking for more ways to play.

So, let's take a look at customisation in Gran Turismo Sport, and how you can do it too!

Customisation in GT Sport

There are a number of ways to customise your vehicles in Gran Turismo Sport, but not nearly as many as people have wished for.

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You can change the livery on your vehicle, as well as change the wheels on most of them to alter their appearances. Now, whilst wheels do make a big difference to a car, they're certainly not the only customisation option that players like to have.

Of course, you can also change the setup of your vehicle. For those looking to squeeze every second out their car, this will be the customisation they are looking for.

GT Sport is very good in that respect. Players can adjust their ride height all the way through to suspension compression and rebound rates.

So, in terms of aesthetics, there isn't an awful lot players can do to change their car. There are custom and community liveries, but other than this and wheels, there aren't any other options.

Gran Turismo 7

The arrival of Gran Turismo 7 is still on the horizon, although it was recently announced that the release of the game will be delayed until 2022.

So for now, let’s enjoy the announcement trailer from last year!

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