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gran+turismo

Review

2010 BMW 550i Gran Turismo

Packed with tech, the 2010 BMW 550i Gran Turismo offers useful and fun features for getting through the city and across country, but it will be an expensive ride.

By 29 April 2010

4 stars Editors' rating 29 April 2010

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Review

Gran Turismo 4

Minor quibbles aside, Gran Turismo 4 is the best car racing game available on any system.

By 7 March 2005

0 stars Editors' rating 7 March 2005

Typical price: $100.00

Editors' Take

Gran Turismo 5 Time Trial Challenge

It's free and there's a chance you could become a racing superstar, so what's not to like? Well, the wait for GT5 proper, for one.

By 16 December 2009

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Gran Turismo Sport vs. Forza Horizon 3: Which Racer Reigns Supreme?

How do the two biggest racing games at E3 2016 stack up against one another? Our sister site GameSpot compares Microsoft's Forza Horizon 3 and Sony's Gran Turismo Sport.

By 23 June 2016

Article

PS4's Gran Turismo Sport lacks these two major features of past games

Sony's upcoming PlayStation 4 racing game is leaving behind two key features from PS3-era Gran Turismo games.

By 1 June 2016

Article

Gran Turismo Sport beta cancelled

Polyphony Digital decided to focus on finishing the full game instead.

By 21 May 2016

Article

Gran Turismo Sport release date announced, watch first trailer

The latest entry in the series is shown off at an event held in London.

By 20 May 2016

Review

2015 Maserati GranTurismo Convertible Sport

This is a car that sounds and looks good enough to almost make you forget its other shortcomings. Those looking to buy will do so with their hearts, not their minds.

By 6 October 2015

2.5 stars Editors' rating 6 October 2015

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Shuhei Yoshida wants Gran Turismo 7 to support PlayStation VR

Head of Sony's worldwide studios believes it's a good fit.

By 1 October 2015

Article

Tomorrow Daily: This robot can make balloon animals on cue

We're impressed with Resquared's Highly Dextrous Manipulation System (HDMS) robot, but there's more to it than just cutting paper snowflakes and twisting together balloon animals. HDMS may someday be used to disarm explosives, inspect packages and remove flammable materials.

By 10 February 2015