Gran Turismo 7 Collaborates With Dior For A Unique Skin Collection


During last night’s Gran Turismo World Series 2022 Showdown, PlayStation officially revealed an upcoming crossover between Gran Turismo 7 and well-known fashion company Dior.

The collaboration is set to deliver a whole collection of unique skins, including a helmet, a yellow driver outfit, a pair of boots, and a special livery for De Tomaso Mangusta. Kim Jones, the Artistic Director of the men’s collection at Dior, has designed all these skins exclusively for Gran Turismo 7.

The driver’s outfit is a full yellow set with gray lines at the chest to represent a big Dior logo, as well as a “47” beneath the logo, which is a reference to Christian Dior’s first fashion show that was held in 1947. You can also spot small and transparent Dior logos printed on the yellow outfit next to each other in a beautiful pattern.


The helmet on the other hand has a gray body with blue glass in front, which represents Dior’s small printed logos similar to the main outfit. You can also spot Christian Dior’s name printed above and beneath the helmet’s glass in parallel lines.

When it comes to the boots, you can spot a big gray dominance with small but beautiful yellow trims around it. The pairs of boots and gloves seem to be great fits for the overall outfit thanks to a magnificent choice of colors.

When it comes to the car, the designers have chosen a limited-edition De Tomaso Mangusta with a creamy yellowish color to avoid being too flashy and keep the overall design simple but luxurious. Both doors of the car feature a Dior logo at the bottom surrounded by straight gray lines, while a big “47” is resting on the hood with a similar design to the outfit’s 47, but with a little bit darker gray.

The Gran Turismo 7 Dior collection will be launched as a full package on August 25, 2022. There is no official announcement on the price tag for this unique and classy collection. Also, it remains a mystery whether you can buy this pack with your in-game currency, or it would be only purchasable using real-world money.



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