It’s not just the new design of the Grand Sport that is changing, but the way it is being driven.
This is the second time in as many years that the Grand sport has been changed.
In 2011, the Corvette GTS was changed for the first time since 2002, when the car was renamed the GTS-V.
But unlike the G1, the GSS was not an entirely new vehicle.
It was actually designed to compete in the same segment as the GT350.
Its predecessor, the SRT-11, was also changed for a new model.
So how is the Grand Touring different?
As we said, it is a GT350 with a V8 engine, but that is not all that is different.
Instead, this time around, the Grand touring is going to be powered by the V8.
In terms of performance, it has an increased displacement, and a smaller block, which is better suited for the new tires.
But there are some changes as well.
It has a more aggressive styling, and its front bumper is more prominent.
But what really makes the Grand a different beast is its bodywork.
The Grand Tour is designed to look and drive like a V12 Corvette, but it has the look and feel of a GT.
This, in fact, is a big change from the V12 model, which looks more like a straight-six engine than a V10.
This means that the GTC will have an increased number of cylinders and will be much lighter, at around 1,500 pounds (990 kg).
Its overall weight will also be lower than the V10 model, because of the reduced displacement, so the car will be more efficient.
The new Grand Tour will also come with a larger number of rear wheels, and will come with all the standard features like a six-speed automatic transmission, which will be the most advanced model.
All of these things will be in the new Grand touring.
What is different between the GTP and the GTG?
First, it’s got a smaller V8, which makes the engine lighter.
And what this means is that it will be easier to drive.
It will also have more power.
In this respect, it will feel more like an automatic transmission.
However, it should be noted that this is not a bad thing.
This car has been a long time in the making, and the engineers were able to find a way to make it more efficient and quicker, but still offer the performance that the fans are looking for.
The reason for this is the size of the V6.
The GTG has a V6 engine, which means it can have up to 800 hp (460 kW) at 7,500 rpm.
The V6 makes more power than a regular V8 by virtue of the larger turbocharger.
So the GT has an additional boost, but what it is really doing is reducing the displacement of the engine to make room for the more powerful turbochargers.
This increases the engine’s power output, which can be important when it comes to performance.
In the Grand Tours, the power is coming from a larger cylinder head, which gives it an increased output of 500 horsepower and 350 lb-ft (275 Nm) of torque.
But the bigger cylinder head will also mean a smaller, lighter body.
This reduces weight, as the driver will be able to put more power into the car and get a larger feel for the car.
The result is a much larger car, which offers more acceleration and better handling.
How do you go about modifying the Grand?
Well, to do this, you will need to swap the rear suspension, which has to be replaced.
This makes the car much more aerodynamic, which should also make it easier to manage and navigate.
You can also change the steering rack, which changes the steering position from forward to reverse, to make the car more responsive.
The steering wheel is also an important part of the car, because it makes the GT feel more connected to the road, and therefore more fun to drive around.
It is also important to have the suspension adjust for the conditions that you are driving in.
In our experience, the car is not as responsive as we would like it to be, so we have to adjust for this.
What about the price?
The Grand is available for $72,990 in the US, while the GT Touring is priced at $89,995.
What will the Grand tour be doing on the racetrack?
The new GT is set to debut at the Daytona 500 in the United States next week.
The car will also debut at a race at the Silverstone track in Austria, as well as at the Indianapolis 500 and the Shanghai Grand Prix.
The GTS Touring will also compete at the Japanese Grand Prix next year.
We expect the GT to be the first car to hit the track at the track, which takes