Gran Turismo TV launches worldwide tomorrow, and pay-per-view content such as Top Gear will be discounted for the first two weeks.

That means you can download the adventures of Jeremy Clarkson for just USD 0.99 (GBP 0.50), according to Sony suit Taku Imasaki and the US PlayStation blog.

Other shows, such as a trip round the Italian Ferrari factory with Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi or the Japanese car show Best Motoring, will also be available. Up to eight separate episodes can be downloaded at once.

After the two week period has finished, pay-per-view shows will start from USD 1.99 (GBP 1).

The Gran Turismo TV update will fix some gameplay problems such as penalty judgements, too. Online physics collisions have been improved because you asked for them, and there will be more tyres to choose from in Time Trial races. Vroom.

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