Sony announced during its press conference at the Tokyo Game Show this week that PlayStation 3 exclusive racer Gran Turismo 5 will be released in Japan in March 2010. The hotly anticipated sequel from Polyphony Digital was expected to arrive on the scene around December, though unless the western version miraculously shows up three months before its Japanese counterpart , it will be a long shot for the EU and US version to be released.
- Cars and Tracks: Over 950 vehicles, 20 locations and 70 tracks.
- Physics: new physics, damage, movable objects on the track, and the newest hybrid and electric cars.
- Arcade Mode: Single Player, split-screen two player
- GT Mode: World Map, My Garage, Car Dealer, Tuning Shop, Championship Race, and License Test.
- Online: Open Lobby, Text/Voice Chat, Private Room, Online Photo Album, Online Replay Album, and you can export replays to YouTube.
- Photo Mode: Photo Drive, Photo Stage
- GT TV: Improved UI, export of videos to PSP, and progressive downloading.
- Mercedes Benz SLS AMG.