Everyone knows that more and more car gamers everywhere are willing to prefer the upcoming Gran Turismo 6, coming this winter exclusively on the Playstation3 console, than the upcoming Forza Motorsport 5, coming this autumn exclusively on the new XBOX One console. However, despite the 1200-car lineup, there are some cars GT6 should put...
1) Ferrari LaFerrari '13
WHY: It's so stupid for Ferrari to call this limited edition hypercar "LaFerrari" because what would they think of when they show off their...FERRARI LAFERRARI? It's like repeating the name over and over but anyway, despite the stupid naming, the LaFerrari is probably the most powerful Ferrari ever made, superseding the F12berlinetta because with the same V12 as seen on the F12 plus a clever KERS system as seen on Formula One cars, over nine hundred horsepower are developed, making this ultra-rare Ferrari a force to be reckoned with. I'd expect this to be better than the rumored P4/5 if I'm honest.
2) Toyota TS030 Hybrid '12
WHY: Not sure about this hybrid-engine wielding LMP but I'm sure a lot of people are begging to have Toyota's hybrid-powered LMP to be on that game. While it may not be a proper Le Mans fighter but in a middle of 6 HOUR races such as Sao Paulo, Shanghai, and Fuji, the TS030 stands out. Do we really want to see the TS030 on GT6? Let's hope...
3) Ford Fiesta ST '13
WHY: Gran Turismo needs a Ford Fiesta right now and I think this latest incarnation of the hot Ford Fiesta ST should do the trick. It may have the same 1.6L engine as the rivals from France have one but it's less powerful. Despite less powerful, the Fiesta ST's handling were superb. I just want GT6 to feature this fun little Fiesta because when the 208 GTi, new Renaultsport Clio, and this showed up, I want to recreate the Top Gear episode with those.
4) Caterham R500 '08
WHY: For me, I don't think I'm going to like the KTM X-BOW because for me, the Caterham R500 is the ideal track-day car ever made with its weapons-grade material and the fact that it has a stronger power-to-weight ratio than the Bugatti Veyron. In 2008, it was Top Gear's Car of the Year.
5) Lamborghini Sesto Elemento '10
WHY: Sesto Elemento is Italian for Sixth Element and if you look at the periodic table, it's carbon. It's a carbon wrapped Lambo track car based on the Gallardo that looks insane in design and driving. I just want the Sesto Elemento to be in GT6 because this is probably one of the most insane Lamborghinis to drive and I want one.
The results please? So, if Polyphony's still on the rethinking process whether these cars I've mentioned will be featured on Gran Turismo 6, whether in game or as a DLC, you can't say that I didn't had a bit to do with that.
Take that to Kaz Yamauchi!
Take that to Kaz Yamauchi!