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With staying home a norm these days, there’s a popular way to pass time and hone your virtual or online driving skiils with Playstation’s Gran Turismo Racing Simulation game. Better yet, check out the newest dream race car in the simulation game, the Mazda RX-Vision GT3.  

 

The Mazda RX-Vision GT3 Concept virtual racer is jointly developed with Polyphony Digital. Players from around the world can obtained this concept racer and drive the car on all of the game’s set courses, from today.

 

In addition to the RX-Vision GT3 concept, the GT Sport simulation offers players a whole host of desirable and attractive race and special production cars. Once the RX-Vision GT3 is obtained, players automatically get seed rights to participate in the FIA certified Gran Turismo Championship, held in various locations around the world.

 

Origin of the RX-Vision GT3 Concept

The concept is a virtual race car based on the RX-Vision concept that debuted at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. This virtual version is modified in accordance with FIA GT3 race car vehicle regulations.

 

The RX-Vision concept features a futuristic design and takes up a front engine, rear wheel drive configuration. Its design follows Mazda’s famed KODO - Soul of Motion theme. The concept carries a next-generation SkyActiv-R 4-rotor rotary engine. Power is estimated at 570PS.

 

The virtual edition has the long nosed / short deck and wide track look, much like the real thing. It has a 48:52 front / rear weight distribution, fitting for a true sports car. Suspension-wise, the concept features front double wishbones and multi-link at the rear.

 

Mazda RX-Vision Concept specifications:

Dimensions: 4,590 (L) x 2,075 (W) x 1,120 (H)

Wheelbase: 2,700 mm

Vehicle weight: 1,250 kg

Engine displacement: 2,600 cc

Maximum output: 570 PS / 9,000 rpm

Maximum torque: 540 Nm / 7,500 rpm

Tyres and Wheels: Michelins, 18-inch

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Articles Hone your driving skills with virtual RX-Vision GT3 Concept

Hone your driving skills with virtual RX-Vision GT3 Concept

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With staying home a norm these days, there’s a popular way to pass time and hone your virtual or online driving skiils with Playstation’s Gran Turismo Racing Simulation game. Better yet, check out the newest dream race car in the simulation game, the Mazda RX-Vision GT3.  

 

The Mazda RX-Vision GT3 Concept virtual racer is jointly developed with Polyphony Digital. Players from around the world can obtained this concept racer and drive the car on all of the game’s set courses, from today.

 

In addition to the RX-Vision GT3 concept, the GT Sport simulation offers players a whole host of desirable and attractive race and special production cars. Once the RX-Vision GT3 is obtained, players automatically get seed rights to participate in the FIA certified Gran Turismo Championship, held in various locations around the world.

 

Origin of the RX-Vision GT3 Concept

The concept is a virtual race car based on the RX-Vision concept that debuted at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. This virtual version is modified in accordance with FIA GT3 race car vehicle regulations.

 

The RX-Vision concept features a futuristic design and takes up a front engine, rear wheel drive configuration. Its design follows Mazda’s famed KODO - Soul of Motion theme. The concept carries a next-generation SkyActiv-R 4-rotor rotary engine. Power is estimated at 570PS.

 

The virtual edition has the long nosed / short deck and wide track look, much like the real thing. It has a 48:52 front / rear weight distribution, fitting for a true sports car. Suspension-wise, the concept features front double wishbones and multi-link at the rear.

 

Mazda RX-Vision Concept specifications:

Dimensions: 4,590 (L) x 2,075 (W) x 1,120 (H)

Wheelbase: 2,700 mm

Vehicle weight: 1,250 kg

Engine displacement: 2,600 cc

Maximum output: 570 PS / 9,000 rpm

Maximum torque: 540 Nm / 7,500 rpm

Tyres and Wheels: Michelins, 18-inch

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