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Incredibly exciting news out of Kunos this week! The Italian developer officially announced GT2 class cars will be coming to Assetto Corsa Competizione in January, 2024. GT2 cars generally have less advanced aerodynamics and more power than GT3 cars, which means they should be way more up my street (and the streets of anyone with excellent taste) in terms of being a lot of fun to drive.

So far the company has posted a trailer featuring the Porsche 935 and 911 GT2 RS CS EVO Kit that you can view below. Expect more brands to be previewed over the next few weeks before the GT2 Pack release.

Here are a few stills from the trailer. Unfortunately they didn’t show the same shots of both cars, so there’s no way to get matching images.


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