Slightly Mad Studios have released a brand new trailer from the upcoming Project CARS 2 simulation. With release scheduled in just over one month, the Project CARS 2 development team have revealed another new trailer for the sequel to the critically acclaimed Project CARS series on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Looking set to be a considerable improvement of the original title, Project CARS 2 will launch with just over 180 cars and 60 tracks when it hits our digital shelves this September 22nd, including five disciplines of racing across 29 series in six Tiers of sporting action. You can check out the new 1 minute 49 second trailer in all it's glory below: As well as the new trailer, Slightly Mad Studios have been working hard behind the scenes to help build confidence in the new product amongst a sceptical sim racing community following the first game of the franchise released back in 2015. With all credit due to SMS and their marketing team, the studio have given plenty of coverage to the upcoming title in an effort to showcase the features and content from this potentially impressive entry into the sim racing marketplace. The latest behind the scenes 'Developer Diary' stream takes a look at the online features due to come with the new title, and is presented by SMS Creative Director, Andy Tudor. You can watch the lengthy video in full below: You can check out the past developer diary release articles and videos below: Live Stream #1 - Car Handling Live Stream #2 - Cars and Tracks. Stay tuned to RaceDepartment over the next month as we continue to bring you all the latest news from Project CARS 2 before its public release. Project CARS 2 will be available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on September 22nd 2017. Keep an eye out in the Project CARS 2 sub forum for news and discussion about the new game, plus of course our usual offering of League and Racing Club events, the odd Mod or two and a few other nice little bits and pieces... Looking forward to Project CARS 2? Think SMS can make a success of the new game? What features from the developer diary video are you most anticipating trying out for yourself? Let us know in the comments section below!