PS4 gamers now get the privilege of hooning around in the Hyundai N 2025 Vision GT in the super-realistic virtual world of next-gen race simulation – the Gran Turismo Sport.
It’s not been that long since Hyundai glued to us some seriously humongous miens of WOW with the Hyundai N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo. Apparently, being the Korean brand’s proper take on the GT Sport’s top racing class, Group 1, the N 2025 simply delighted us with its aggressive proportions.
However this Korean wonder is not as ill-fated as to spend its life as a mere concept and completely fade away at some point of time in future. It’s now heading to hit the roads, though in the virtual world this time. Polyphony Digital’s hotly-anticipated next-gen racing simulation for PS4 – the Gran Turismo Sport – features this special Hyundai concept racer in all its glory. The race car had made its gaming world debut in Gran Turismo 6, way back in 2015.
The Hyundai N 2025 Vision GT competes with various Vision Gran Turismo projects from other manufacturers and and a range of real-world prototype racing cars, in the game’s Group 1 racing class.
The hydrogen fuel-cell powertrain of the Hyundai N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo produces 871 hp, with all of that power delivered through four independent in-wheel motors.
As for Chris Chapman, the Chief Designer at the Hyundai Design Center in Irvine, CA, these words reflect his heart.
"The N 2025 Vision GT is our ambitious take on what we think prototype racing could look like in the not-too-distant future. We’re thrilled to see it presented anew in one of the most visually stunning racing simulations ever created."
The much anticipated race simulation game also has some other exciting sets of wheels from the Korean carmaker alongside the N 2025 Vision GT. The Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track (N class), Genesis Coupe Gr.3 (Group 3 class), Genesis Coupe Gr.4 (Group 4 class) and Genesis Coupe Gr.B Rally Car (Group B class) are available to compete in various game-racing classes.
So what are you waiting for? Plug in your steering wheels and start your engines, gentlemen.
Source: Hyundai Media Center