Gran Turismo Sport Update 1.63 Patch Notes (GT Sport 1.63)

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Gran Turismo Sport update 1.63 patch notes is now available for PS4 players. According to the official Gran Turismo Sport version 1.63 patch notes, the latest update added tweaks, fixes and more. Apart from this, GT Sport update 1.63 also includes stability and performance improvements.

Previously, May update added the Mazda RX-VISION GT3 CONCEPT to the game. A minor hotfix was also released which added the Pilot Sport logo from Michelin’s high-performance sports tires.

Unfortunately, since the last patch, many players are still experiencing several issues when trying to play the game. Today’s GT Sport version 1.63 update is expected to fix a few of these issues. Check out more details below.

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What is new in GT Sport 1.63 Patch Notes?

Main Features Implemented

1. Penalties
– Addressed an issue where minor collisions resulted in penalties.
– Adjusted an algorithm to decrease the number of penalties issued when the internet connection environment is poor.

2. Sport Mode
– The number of regions for the Manufacturer Series has been changed from five to three. The regions now consist of the Europe/Middle East/Africa; the Americas, and Asia-Oceania. The Nations Cup will continue to be hosted in five regions..

Other Improvements and Adjustments

  • Recalculated the time loss for pitstops on various tracks.
  • Adjusted the point of full brake application for the Logitech G923 Racing Wheel set.
  • Fixed crashing issues.
  • Added online stability improvements
  • Added performance and stability improvements.
  • Other under the hood fixes.

he Balance of Performance (BoP) for some cars in Gran Turismo Sport has been updated.
The following is a list of affected cars and the adjustments made:

‘Balance of Performance’ Update

– Ride height and engine performance for the MAZDA RX-VISION GT3 CONCEPT has been adjusted.

Gr.3

Model PS (Power Ratio) lbs (Weight Reduction Ratio)
MazdaMAZDA RX-VISION GT3 CONCEPT
▼ 524HP (92%)
542HP (95%)
▲ 2,811lbs. (102%)
2,921lbs. (106%)

Gr.3

Model PS (Power Ratio) lbs (Weight Reduction Ratio)
Alfa Romeo4C Gr.3
527HP (105%)
2,769lbs. (103%)
Aston MartinDBR9 GT1 ’10
572HP (94%)
2,740lbs. (113%)
Aston MartinV12 Vantage GT3 ’12
585HP (111%)
2,866lbs. (104%)
AudiR8 LMS ’15
535HP (90%)
2,862lbs. (106%)
BMWM3 GT (BMW Motorsport) ’11
563HP (111%)
2,937lbs. (107%)
BMWM6 GT3 M Power ’16
563HP (95%)
2,923lbs. (102%)
BMWM6 GT3 Walkenhorst ’16
563HP (95%)
2,923lbs. (102%)
BMWZ4 GT3 ’11
536HP (104%)
2,833lbs. (108%)
ChevroletCorvette C7 Gr.3
576HP (103%)
2,866lbs. (100%)
CitroënGT by Citroën Race Car (Gr.3)
529HP (87%)
2,910lbs. (110%)
DodgeViper SRT GT3-R ’15
557HP (81%)
2,870lbs. (101%)
Ferrari458 Italia GT3 ’13
533HP (97%)
2,837lbs. (106%)
FordFord GT LM Spec II Test Car
533HP (89%)
2,901lbs. (113%)
FordMustang Gr.3
607HP (109%)
2,923lbs. (102%)
HondaNSX Gr.3
559HP (97%)
2,866lbs. (100%)
HyundaiGenesis Gr.3
594HP (115%)
2,837lbs. (103%)
JaguarF-type Gr.3
565HP (101%)
2,837lbs. (103%)
LamborghiniHuracán GT3 ’15
544HP (93%)
2,846lbs. (105%)
LexusRC F GT3 (Emil Frey Racing) ’17
564HP (106%)
2,923lbs. (102%)
LexusRC F GT3 prototype (Emil Frey Racing) ’16
561HP (106%)
2,952lbs. (103%)
MazdaAtenza Gr.3
615HP (107%)
2,989lbs. (106%)
MazdaMAZDA RX-VISION GT3 CONCEPT
524HP (92%)
2,811lbs. (102%)
McLaren650S GT3 ’15
555HP (108%)
2,842lbs. (104%)
McLarenMcLaren F1 GTR – BMW ’95
542HP (89%)
2,800lbs. (121%)
Mercedes-BenzAMG GT3 ’16
572HP (92%)
2,921lbs. (100%)
Mercedes-BenzSLS AMG GT3 ’11
590HP (102%)
2,976lbs. (100%)
MitsubishiLancer Evo.Final Gr.3
566HP (107%)
2,899lbs. (102%)
NissanGT-R GT3 Schulze Motorsport ’13
594HP (108%)
2,866lbs. (100%)
PeugeotPEUGEOT VGT (Gr.3)
539HP (98%)
2,921lbs. (106%)
PeugeotRCZ Gr.3
566HP (108%)
2,884lbs. (109%)
Porsche911 RSR (991) ’17
543HP (105%)
2,903lbs. (106%)
Renault SportR.S.01 GT3 ’16
542HP (100%)
2,930lbs. (109%)
SubaruWRX Gr.3
566HP (107%)
2,934lbs. (104%)
ToyotaFT-1 VGT (Gr.3)
557HP (101%)
2,906lbs. (103%)
ToyotaGR Supra Racing Concept ’18
564HP (94%)
2,822lbs. (103%)
VolkswagenBeetle Gr.3
552HP (92%)
2,937lbs. (111%)
VolkswagenVolkswagen GTI VGT (Gr.3)
543HP (97%)
2,859lbs. (103%)

Gr.4

Model PS (Power Ratio) lbs (Weight Reduction Ratio)
Alfa Romeo4C Gr.4
324HP (108%)
2,652lbs. (118%)
Aston MartinV8 Vantage Gr.4
389HP (96%)
3,064lbs. (103%)
AudiTT Cup ’16
343HP (101%)
2,354lbs. (95%)
BMWM4 Gr.4
392HP (98%)
3,188lbs. (106%)
BugattiVeyron Gr.4
453HP (103%)
3,638lbs. (100%)
ChevroletCorvette C7 Gr.4
386HP (92%)
3,184lbs. (107%)
CitroënGT by Citroën Gr.4
376HP (94%)
3,239lbs. (113%)
DodgeViper Gr.4
392HP (90%)
3,210lbs. (104%)
Ferrari458 Italia Gr.4
376HP (99%)
3,124lbs. (105%)
FordMustang Gr.4
405HP (101%)
3,210lbs. (104%)
HondaNSX Gr.4
380HP (95%)
3,267lbs. (109%)
HyundaiGenesis Gr.4
394HP (101%)
3,005lbs. (101%)
JaguarF-type Gr.4
397HP (98%)
3,064lbs. (103%)
LamborghiniHuracán Gr.4
394HP (96%)
3,038lbs. (101%)
LexusRC F Gr.4
408HP (96%)
3,056lbs. (99%)
MazdaAtenza Gr.4
415HP (104%)
3,012lbs. (99%)
McLaren650S Gr.4
381HP (94%)
3,095lbs. (108%)
Mercedes-BenzSLS AMG Gr.4
408HP (96%)
3,274lbs. (105%)
MitsubishiLancer Evo.Final Gr.4
395HP (100%)
2,961lbs. (101%)
NissanGT-R Gr.4
417HP (96%)
3,292lbs. (103%)
PeugeotRCZ Gr.4
357HP (102%)
2,485lbs. (92%)
PorscheCayman GT4 Clubsport ’16
362HP (94%)
3,181lbs. (111%)
Renault SportMégane Gr.4
340HP (96%)
2,328lbs. (96%)
Renault SportMégane Trophy ’11
339HP (93%)
2,588lbs. (123%)
SubaruWRX Gr.4
379HP (99%)
2,939lbs. (101%)
Toyota86 Gr.4
360HP (99%)
2,804lbs. (106%)
ToyotaGR Supra (Nürburgring ’19 Livery)
380HP (95%)
3,195lbs. (105%)
VolkswagenScirocco Gr.4
339HP (93%)
2,268lbs. (98%)

Gr.1

Model PS (Power Ratio) lbs (Weight Reduction Ratio)
AlpineAlpine VGT ’17
603HP (100%)
2,050lbs. (100%)
AudiAudi VGT
657HP (88%)
2,205lbs. (80%)
AudiR18 ’11
595HP (106%)
1,984lbs. (100%)
AudiR18 ’16
534HP (100%)
1,929lbs. (100%)
AudiR18 (Le Mans ’11)
595HP (106%)
1,984lbs. (100%)
BugattiBugatti VGT (Gr.1)
669HP (103%)
2,160lbs. (100%)
DodgeSRT Tomahawk VGT (Gr.1)
625HP (89%)
2,094lbs. (100%)
HyundaiHYUNDAI N 2025 VGT (Gr.1)
617HP (95%)
2,143lbs. (100%)
JaguarXJR-9 ’88
834HP (90%)
1,971lbs. (100%)
Mazda787B ’91
786HP (98%)
1,830lbs. (100%)
MazdaLM55 VGT (Gr.1)
630HP (97%)
1,940lbs. (100%)
McLarenMcLaren VGT (Gr.1)
880HP (90%)
1,984lbs. (100%)
Mercedes-BenzSauber Mercedes C9 ’89
818HP (87%)
1,969lbs. (100%)
NissanGT-R LM NISMO ’15
613HP (100%)
1,940lbs. (100%)
NissanR92CP ’92
838HP (88%)
1,984lbs. (100%)
Peugeot908 HDi Team Peugeot Total ’10
646HP (91%)
2,050lbs. (100%)
PeugeotL750R HYbrid VGT 2017
605HP (86%)
1,819lbs. (100%)
Porsche919 Hybrid (Porsche Team) ’16
508HP (100%)
1,929lbs. (100%)
Porsche962 C ’88
805HP (130%)
1,874lbs. (100%)
ToyotaTS030 Hybrid ’12
564HP (105%)
1,984lbs. (100%)
ToyotaTS050 Hybrid ’16
514HP (100%)
1,929lbs. (100%)

Gr.2

Model PS (Power Ratio) lbs (Weight Reduction Ratio)
HondaEPSON NSX ’08
606HP (117%)
2,458lbs. (97%)
HondaRAYBRIG NSX CONCEPT-GT ’16
612HP (100%)
2,313lbs. (100%)
Lexusau TOM’S RC F ’16
623HP (100%)
2,249lbs. (100%)
LexusPETRONAS TOM’S SC430 ’08
642HP (130%)
2,425lbs. (100%)
NissanMOTUL AUTECH GT-R ’16
621HP (100%)
2,249lbs. (100%)
NissanXANAVI NISMO GT-R ’08
621HP (124%)
2,425lbs. (100%)

Gr.B

Model PS (Power Ratio) lbs (Weight Reduction Ratio)
AudiSport quattro S1 ’87
513HP (86%)
2,932lbs. (133%)
FordFocus Gr.B Rally Car
535HP (98%)
2,778lbs. (100%)
FordMustang Gr.B Rally Car
545HP (98%)
2,981lbs. (98%)
HondaNSX Gr.B Rally Car
537HP (95%)
2,866lbs. (100%)
HyundaiGenesis Gr.B Rally Car
522HP (103%)
2,756lbs. (100%)
MitsubishiLancer Evo.Final Gr.B Rally Car
513HP (97%)
2,870lbs. (101%)
NissanGT-R Gr.B Rally Car
545HP (99%)
2,945lbs. (99%)
PeugeotRCZ Gr.B Rally Car
519HP (99%)
2,698lbs. (102%)
SubaruWRX Gr.B Rally Car
524HP (99%)
2,822lbs. (100%)
Toyota86 Gr.B Rally Car
514HP (98%)
2,652lbs. (102%)

Download free Gran Turismo Sport update 1.63 on PlayStation 4.

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