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During the holidays Race Sim Studio released two new cars for their GT-M class car category for Assetto Corsa, along with updates for the GT-M Mercer V8, Lanzo V10 Evo2 and GT Adonis D9.

The cars were added to the GT-M Phase 1 Pack, and here are the statuses of each vehicle:

GT-M Aero V10 Evo2 (Version 1) – NEW
With over 500 horsepower, the V10 engine ensures heart-pounding acceleration and performance. This is no refresh, the new car is a new build of the finest construction featuring many lighting and visual settings.

• Highly detailed 3D racing model
• Extremely complex and original recorded V10 engine
• Coded digital display
• Authentic and exciting physics including new CSP physics
• 6 uniquely designed racing liveries

GT-M Akuro V6 Evo2 (Version 1) – NEW
This V6 mid-engined monster delivers incredible performance. Certainly a standout to drive.

• Highly detailed 3D racing model
• Extremely complex and detailed turbo V6 engine sounds
• Authentic and exciting physics including new CSP physics
• 5 uniquely designed racing liveries

GT-M Lanzo V10 Evo2 (Version 2)
With over 500 horsepower, the V10 engine ensures heart-pounding acceleration and performance. This is no refresh, the new car is a new build of the finest construction featuring many lighting and visual settings.

• Highly detailed 3D racing model
• Extremely complex and original recorded V10 engine
• Authentic and exciting physics including new CSP physics
• 5 uniquely designed racing liveries

GT-M Lux V8 (Version 2)
This V8 powerhouse delivers incredible performance and high fidelity in its construction. Certainly a standout to drive.

• Highly detailed 3D racing model
• Extremely complex and detailed naturally aspirated V8 engine sounds
• Authentic and exciting physics including new CSP physics
• 5 uniquely designed racing liveries

GT-M Mercer V8 (Version 2)
This sleek car features a V8 naturally aspirated engine and an appealing design, providing an immersive driving experience.

• Highly detailed 3D racing model
• Extremely complex and detailed naturally aspirated V8 engine sounds
• Authentic and exciting physics including new CSP physics
• 5 uniquely designed racing liveries

RSS GT-M Lanzo V10 (Version 3)

• Highly detailed 3D racing model
• Extremely complex and detailed V10 engine sounds
• Authentic and exciting physics
• 6 racing liveries

RSS GT-M Bayer V8 (Version 4)

• Highly detailed 3D racing model
• Extremely complex and detailed V8 twin-turbo engine sounds
• Authentic and exciting physics
• 5 racing liveries

The new cars:

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