It Gives You Wings
The Red Bull X1 from 'Gran Turismo 5.'
It's essentially an insane track car that follows none of the competition rules imposed on track cars. It was originally rumored to be powered by a turbine engine, but it has recently been revealed that the car is powered by a direct-injection twin-turbo V6, derived from F1, with 1,483 horses. Also, it sort of resembles an elongated, flattened Batmobile -- from the modern reboot, I mean.
"Gran Turismo 5" will go on sale in a couple weeks, barring further delays.
[Source: Red Bull.]
Since when did microsoft own gran turismo? Last I checked it was sonys flagship racing game and still the best!
Yah, unless there was some unheard of purchase by Microsoft, the GT franchise is with Sony.
I prefer Forza over Gran Turismo myself. Never much cared to have 20 Civics and 30+ Skylines taking up the car list.
Yep, you're absolutely right. Thanks for the correction.
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