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If you are interested in racing cars, then you have probably heard about Performance Points. They are used in a variety of different racing games to restrict cars from participating in certain races. This is done to ensure fair competition. The Performance Points figure indicates a car's level of performance. A higher PP value means that a car is faster. You can change the PP value of a vehicle by adjusting its power, downforce, or gear ratios.

You can find out how much PP a car has using the Detailed Car Settings menu. You will be able to see how much PP the vehicle has on the garage screen. However, it does not automatically change based on adjustments you make. For example, adding downforce will increase a vehicle's PP, but will also decrease its downforce. Another way to reduce the PP value of a vehicle is to detune it by removing parts. Adding a power restrictor is one way to do this.

Performance Points are used in Gran Turismo 7 to limit the vehicles that can participate in certain race events. Some races, such as the World Circuits series, don't have a PP limit, but other events do. In these cases, you will need to upgrade your car or change its weight to meet the requirements. PP restrictions will not apply to all races, but they will be useful to ensure fair competition.

In the first three games, the Performance Points system was used for Arcade Modes, but it was later replaced with a statistics meter. Originally, Gran Turismo Sport was going to have a similar system, but this was removed from the game's E3 gameplay trailer.

Now that Gran Turismo 6 has been released, the Performance Points system is also included in the game. However, it is not used in the game's career mode, or any of the other online lobby races. Instead, players will be able to set limits on a vehicle's performance in the game's main campaign.

Gran Turismo 7 has over 400 cars, from every famous manufacturer. These include cars such as McLaren, Tesla, Jaguar, Toyota, Aston Martin, and more. Most of these cars fall within a range of Performance Points, from about 600 to 900.

For those who don't own a high-performance car, you can buy a vehicle from the brand-new Car Supermarket in the garage. These cars come with an extended warranty and a showroom gloss. But remember that they're all contemporary racing vehicles, not classics. And they aren't available in the US.

You can purchase new cars with high Performance Points, but they're expensive. If you're looking for a bargain, the Mini Cooper S '05 is a great car to start with. It has plenty of room for improvement. There are also several other good cars to choose from. One of these is the Lamborghini Murcielago, a 600+ PP car. While it's not the fastest or the cheapest option, it's a fun car to drive.

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