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Hello, after searching for some info on how much fuel each car consumes and finding almost none, I have taken the past few days to compile the fuel consumption of most cars in GT7 (the ones missing I don't have yet, will be added when I manage to get them).

I'm not sure what the best way to present this data is, so I'll leave the link to the spreadsheet here: Spreadsheet

It is divided by multiple categories for easier lookup. Can't actually say which cars are better because it always depends on the race's fuel consumption rate, pit stop speed, and even tire degradation!

Some quick data if you don't want to sift through the data (top 5 cars that consume the less fuel):

Gr.1:

Gr.2:

Gr.3:

Gr.4:

Gr.B:

Some cars have the same fuel consumption, as I can't get any more precise with the info the game presents (percentage, and no decimals).

For the tests I tried to always follow the same conditions, which are as follow:

Cars that weren't mapped on that site were driven as I thought best.

The values for ICE cars was recorded at the end of one lap, where all the cars are driven to the full range of RPMs (in the game HUD at least), without using the slipstream of the opponent if for some reason overtaken.

For non ICE cars (EVs and the Chaparral 2X), as the current percentage is not available, the fuel consumption was set to 5x, and driven until the fuel ran out, and the distance travelled along with it's first lap time was recorded.

Finally, a set of engine modes was tried out on a Toyota Crown Athlete G '13, where the car was run it's engine stock, fully restricted, fully upgraded, in mode 6, and all the combinations in between. (This can be seen on the last tab)

Running the car on engine mode 6 sees a reduction in 38% of fuel used per lap, and time increased in 4 seconds.

A fully upgraded engine consumes 35% more fuel per lap, but is also 8 seconds faster.

Finally, a fully choked engine consumes 55% less fuel per lap, but is 19 seconds slower, so the tradeoff doesn't look worthwhile.

Currently there are 437/439 cars mapped out.

I'm not sure what the best way to present this data is, so I'll leave the link to the spreadsheet here: Spreadsheet

It is divided by multiple categories for easier lookup. Can't actually say which cars are better because it always depends on the race's fuel consumption rate, pit stop speed, and even tire degradation!

Some quick data if you don't want to sift through the data (top 5 cars that consume the less fuel):

Gr.1:

BoP | No BoP |
---|---|

Porsche 919 Hybrid '16 (27,13 L/100km) | Mazda 787B '91 (24,27 L/100km) |

Toyota TS030 Hybrid '12 (29,98 L/100km) | Toyota TS030 Hybrid '12 (25,7 L/100km) |

McLaren VGT (Gr.1) (29,98 L/100km) | Nissan R92CP '92 (27,13 L/100km) |

Audi R18 '16 (31,41 L/100km) | Porsche 919 Hybrid '16 (27,13 L/100km) |

Mazda 787B '91 (32,84 L/100km) | Toyota TS050 - Hybrid '16 (28,56 L/100km) |

Gr.2:

BoP | No BoP |
---|---|

Nissan GT-R Nismo GT500 '16 (34,27 L/100km) | Lexus SC430 GT500 '08 (28,56 L/100km) |

NSX Concept-GT '16 (34,27 L/100km) | Honda NSX GT500 '08 (29,98 L/100km) |

Lexus RC F GT500 '16 (34,27 L/100km) | Nissan GT-R GT500 '08 (31,41 L/100km) |

Nissan GT-R GT500 '08 (35,69 L/100km) | Lexus RC F GT500 '16 (32,84 L/100km) |

AMG CLK-LM '98 (38,55 L/100km) | Nissan GT-R Nismo GT500 '16 (32,84 L/100km) |

Gr.3:

BoP | No BoP |
---|---|

Jaguar F-type Gr.3 (41,4 L/100km) | Porsche 911 RSR (991) '17 (35,69 L/100km) |

Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 '13 (41,4 L/100km) | Renault R.S.01 GT3 '16 (37,12 L/100km) |

Chevrolet Corvette C7 Gr.3 (42,83 L/100km) | Hyundai Genesis Gr.3 (37,12 L/100km) |

Toyota GR Supra Racing Concept '18 (42,83 L/100km) | Alfa Romeo 4C Gr.3 (38,55 L/100km) |

Subaru BRZ GT300 '21 (42,83 L/100km) | Aston Martin DBR9 GT1 '10 (38,55 L/100km) |

Gr.4:

BoP | No BoP |
---|---|

Audi TT Cup '16 (32,84 L/100km) | Mazda Atenza Gr.4 (29,98 L/100km) |

Honda NSX Gr.4 (32,84 L/100km) | Alfa Romeo 4C Gr.4 (31,41 L/100km) |

Toyota GR Supra Race Car '19 (34,27 L/100km) | Audi TT Cup '16 (31,41 L/100km) |

Suzuki Swift Sport Gr.4 (34,27 L/100km) | Peugeot RCZ Gr.4 (31,41 L/100km) |

Toyota 86 Gr.4 (35,69 L/100km) | Renault Mégane Trophy '11 (32,84 L/100km) |

Gr.B:

- Ford Focus Gr.B Rally Car (45,69 L/100km)
- Ford Mustang Gr.B Rally Car (45,69 L/100km)
- Hyundai Genesis Gr.B Rally Car (45,69 L/100km)
- Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Gr.B Rally Car (45,69 L/100km)
- Nissan GT-R Gr.B Rally Car (47,12 L/100km)

Some cars have the same fuel consumption, as I can't get any more precise with the info the game presents (percentage, and no decimals).

For the tests I tried to always follow the same conditions, which are as follow:

- Spa Normal Layout
- 1 AI car, easy difficulty
- Fuel consumption 10x
- Tires consumption 0x
- Rolling start
- Comfort Soft Tires
- Equal conditions ON

Cars that weren't mapped on that site were driven as I thought best.

The values for ICE cars was recorded at the end of one lap, where all the cars are driven to the full range of RPMs (in the game HUD at least), without using the slipstream of the opponent if for some reason overtaken.

For non ICE cars (EVs and the Chaparral 2X), as the current percentage is not available, the fuel consumption was set to 5x, and driven until the fuel ran out, and the distance travelled along with it's first lap time was recorded.

Finally, a set of engine modes was tried out on a Toyota Crown Athlete G '13, where the car was run it's engine stock, fully restricted, fully upgraded, in mode 6, and all the combinations in between. (This can be seen on the last tab)

Running the car on engine mode 6 sees a reduction in 38% of fuel used per lap, and time increased in 4 seconds.

A fully upgraded engine consumes 35% more fuel per lap, but is also 8 seconds faster.

Finally, a fully choked engine consumes 55% less fuel per lap, but is 19 seconds slower, so the tradeoff doesn't look worthwhile.

Currently there are 437/439 cars mapped out.

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