Exactly this.I think brands should be more interested in what cars players are driving rather than buying, because lots of GT players are going to buy all cars anyway.
"So based on the Gran Turismo data, you're saying we should change our flagship model to a single seater, 4WD hybrid hypercar with active aero, active suspension, no windows, enough downforce to atomise a child, and over 2,500hp?"
"That's what the figures say, boss!"
I don't see the use of this data as long as there is a Daily Roulette.
I'm right there with you! We need more low power cars, especially kei cars! They're so much fun to drive and race.*immediately purchases 1000 cool Kei cars to raise manufacturer interest*
For example, in PC2, my most driven car is a '69 Camaro TransAm, by far. Guess what tickles my fancy...
In regards to the question, apart from kei cars, I buy anything that I'd like to consider unique for a racing game, kei cars included. Oh, and pickup trucks! The Ford F-150 SVT Raptor is one of the most-fun vehicles to drive in the game, whether throwing it around the cool off-road courses in the game, or tuning it up to compete against Gr.4 cars on-road.