New Gran Turismo 7 update has raised the prices of dozens of legendary cars

Update 1.15 for Gran Turismo 7 released last week, increasing the prices of several legendary cars as they became more expensive in the real world.

Sony has partnered with classic car insurance company Hagerty, which is responsible for setting the in-game price of a set of vehicles at dealership Legendary Cars “based on changes in actual odds”.

According to a list posted by a forum user GTPlanetat least 27 cars had their prices readjusted, 21 had no modifications and two had their values ​​reduced.

The car with the biggest increase is the Ferrari F40, going from 1.35 million credits to 2.6 million credits.

Gran Turismo 7 is available on PS4 and PS5.

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