Gran Turismo 7 Car & Track List Prediction

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 7' started by Razamataz, May 4, 2020.

  1. MisterWaffles

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    I just wanted to mention that we probably won't be seeing the Mercedes W08 continue into GT7 unless the partnership with Lewis continues. Typically, licenced F1 cars that are introduced to a Gran Turismo game don't feature in any other game in the series besides the one they debuted in. (I don't count the Ferraris, as the PSP version of GT was in development alongside GT5)

    I'd imagine the licence of the W08 is incredibly expensive as well compared to most other cars.
     
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  2. CLowndes888

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    I think it will come back because of the relationship Kaz has with Lewis. PD is probably getting it at a slightly lower price I'd say.
     
  3. 05XR8

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    I think we're going to see a high count of 2015, 2016 & 2017 cars.
    So, cars like the Mustang GT350(R), Z06, ZR1, any FR/AWD Ferrari from those years, 488 GT3, JCW Countryman, Veloster turbo, etc. Cars from those years.

    As for specialty cars, we got a Drift car and Time Attack car. Maybe Keiichi Tsuchiya is a consultant for GT7. I can see a drifting tutorial, similar to racing etiquette videos, for drift trials.
    A Supra drift car would make sense.

    Other than that type of content, I can see aero parts making a comeback.
    In the explanation of the Group 3/4 videos, we are shown how a production car is built into a race car. Could be a way to allow us to build our own race cars.

    The parts would technically be homologated, if I wanted to race my 1971 Ferrari 365GTB in the Pre-1979 race, normally reserved for GR.X cars(as in GTSPORT).

    Just a thought.
     
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  4. PletdeKoe

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    I truly love these kinds of threads! Let the expectations grow!
     
  5. Razamataz

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    Re Daytona and Indianapolis. These are hugely important tracks of in terms of historical significance. However the presence of 3 ovals in GT Sport that weren’t these two raised some big eyebrows for me. Licensing issues perhaps? Too high a cost for the developer?
     
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    This comes from that shelved VGT. I would not be surprised if this Bugatti comes to GT7 or GTS as update.
     
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  7. OnyxMoneytron

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    So sad it’s been shelved.
     
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  8. queleuleu

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    @Razamataz
    35. Bugatti EB110 ’91 : The car was scanned in 2017. Very likely for GT (Universal Classic Cars can be found in the credits of GTSport and the method itself reminds me another car scanned by Poly https://www.gtplanet.net/wp-content...borghini-Espada-Aaron-Robinson-02-800x600.jpg





    Chris Forsberg’s Nissan 370Z (Formula Drift)
    https://www.gtplanet.net/chris-forsbergs-nissan-370z-coming-gran-turismo-sport/

    You should take a look at the credits, for example :
    -Vanessa Finburgh, Mark Finburgh => owners of a Porsche 917 ’70
    -NASCAR Blake Davidson, Nick Rend => vice president of licensing and consumer products
    -Sunpros Co.,Ltd. Kenji Suzuki => D1GP
     
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  9. 05XR8

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    Definitely expect the 2018 Suzuki Swift Sport and a Cappuccino.
     
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  10. CLowndes888

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    I feel like this content will end up being shelved for GT Sport, which wouldn't be such a bad thing.
     
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  11. 05XR8

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    Well, cars from the year the GT Sport debuted to current, that could make it into GT7:

    2020 GR Supra RZ
    2019 GR Supra Nurb24 livery
    X2019 Competition
    2019 Taycan Turbo
    SF19 Toyota
    SF19 Honda
    2019 Tundra
    2019 GR Supra RZ
    2018 GR Supra Racing
    2018 Camaro ZL1
    2017 RC F GT3
    2017 RSR
    2017 W08
    2017 W08(Color variation)
    2017 Falken BRZ
    2017 Ford GT
    2017 NSX
    2017 GT-R
    2017 GT-R NISMO
    2017 LC500
     
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  12. Razamataz

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    Most likely all of the cars in GT Sport will make it into GT7. Only licensing issues would prevent certain vehicles from returning.
     
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    F1 car(s) most likely won’t or at least not that specific one.
     
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  14. br1x

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    I strongly believe that if they add the Porsche 911 GT1, Toyota GT-One and Nissan R390 as suggested by OP, they will go all out with the GT1s and have the McLaren F1 GTR, CLK LM and Panoz Esperante GT1 as well and who knows, maybe even some of the one-offs or Prototypes that were constructed for that class.

    Perhaps even in an own class with BoP while staying true to the characteristics of the cars (unlike they did in other classes), would be a really cool imo.
     
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  15. Razamataz

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    Updated the car list folks. Added in a few new manufacturers in the from of Kia and Polestar. Also added in a number of GT4 vehicles and I've a huge hunch we'll see Toyota's GR86 debut in GT7, possibly as a concept car.
     
  16. 05XR8

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    i30N is Hyundai.
     
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  17. Razamataz

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    Thanks pal, will get that updated!
     
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  18. SestoScudo

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    I predict this car d50b22968a1cdb336fa5156517368f21.gif
     
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  19. Razamataz

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    Is that a Ferarri 512 S? Man I hope so! This and the Porsche 917 would be so sweet.
     
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    Yeah its the 512S I hope the Porsche 917K come to GT7 too.
     
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    It's been 50 years since they raced at Le Mans so they could be this generation's equivalent to the 330P4, Mk IV and XJ13. They could add the Lola T70 if they really need a third car for the group.

    As for my hopes for cars and tracks; I'd be very happy with any past Gran Turismo original tracks, some more Japanese tracks (Motegi, Sugo, Okayama etc) but I would like to see Polyphony recreate some versions of tracks from the '80s again or even older.

    Cars; any JGTC or Super GT cars they want, I will be happy.
     
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    A couple Australian muscle cars. Forza get big points for that car list. PD were so late in bringing the E30 and Ford GT '17, while other games been had these cars. It's ironic PD didn't model those race versions, being a "Sport" title. PD also included Mount Panorama and the 650S GT3 as standard content. Even more ironic, to then include, a Bathurst 12H-Top 10-type, Circuit Experience TT.

    Just the way PD do things, the '77 Moffat XC Coupe and '79 Brock A9X Torana, would be a fitting return of Australian cars.
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    I'm not sure of any others. Don't know why the Commodore & Monaro, were included in GT6. Meanwhile, the FPV cars, weren't licenced for GT6, but were in GTPSP.
     
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  23. Sick Cylinder

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    My prediction is that at launch GT7 will be only slightly larger than GTS i.e. 2 or 3 extra tracks and a dozen or so extra cars. Why? Because GTS established a precedent of launching a bare bones game and then fleshing it out and adding cars and tracks later.

    The biggest success from GTS has probably been the livery creator - I expect this to be retained and something offering similar involvement / satisfaction for players to be added - namely a course creator. However with this being PD it won't be ready at launch, but will arrive via update a year or so down the line.

    With GTS setting that precedent of launching as a compact game I think it highly likely that GT7 will launch in a similar way either with or soon after the arrival of PS5. The title will be heavily supported and by the end of its life will have added a course creator, the rest of the premium cars from GT6 plus a handful or armful more. It will remain focussed on the hand controller user with relatively poor force feedback and track textures for wheel users.
     
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    MX-5(ND) RF
    Orange MX-5 NB or maybe the Mazdaspeed turbo. Seeing how PD have been switching up the previous Standard models.
    MX-5 NC
     
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  25. RandomCarGuy17

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    Assuming they don't update the visuals much, most of the cars in GT Sport will return.

    They will probably continue revising more premium cars from GT6.

    With that said, here's what I predict next.

    GT6 Premium Returns:
    - Aston Martin DB9 Coupe 2006
    - BMW M5 e60 2008
    - Chevrolet Corvette C5 Z06
    - Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 C6 2009
    - Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR
    - Dodge Charger SRT-8 2011
    - Ferrari F430
    - Ferrari F430 Scuderia
    - Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano
    - Ford Focus ST '06
    - Ford Mustang GT Premium 2007
    - Ford Shelby GT500 2013
    - Honda Integra Type R 2005
    - Honda NSX-R 2002
    - Honda S2000 AP2 2006
    - Honda HSV-010 Super GT 2012
    - Jaguar XKR-S 2012
    - Lexus LFA 2010
    - Nissan Silvia Spec R Aero 2002
    - Nissan Fairlady Z Xanavi Nismo Super GT 2006
    - Nissan Skyline GT-R Touring Car R32 1994
    - Nissan Skyline GT-R Touring Car R33 1997
    - Nissan Skyline GT-R Touring Car R34 2002
    - Plymouth 'Cuda AAR
    - Toyota Castrol Tom's Supra JGTC 1997
    - Toyota Supra YMS Yellowhat Super GT 2005
    - Toyota Gazoo Racing GT86 #166 Race Car

    GT5-6 Standard Returns:
    - Chevrolet Corvette C5.R 2000
    - Dodge Charger 440 R/T 1970
    - Dodge Viper GTS-R Team Oreca 2000
    - Ford RS200 1984
    - Jaguar XJ220
    - Nissan Silvia 240RS S110 1984
    - Nissan Silvia K's Aero 1996
    - Plymouth Superbird 1970
    - Ruf CTR Yellow Bird
    - Ruf CTR2
    - Toyota Celica GT-Four ST165 1986
    - Toyota Celica GT-Four ST185 1991
    - Toyota Celica GT-Four ST205 1998

    Newcomers:
    - Chevrolet Camaro GT4
    - Chevrolet Corvette C7.R
    - Chevrolet Corvette Z06 C7
    - Ferrari 488 GTB 2019
    - Ferrari 488 GT3
    - Ford GT LM 2016-19
    - Ford Shelby GT350R 2020
    - Ford Shelby GT500 2020
    - Toyota Yaris GRMN 2020
    - Toyota Yaris GR-4 2020

    *more pending*
     
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  26. 05XR8

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    I posted multiple TCR Cars in the suggestions thread. The series has been active since 2015. I'm thinking PD may revamp GR.4, as many manufacturers have TCR cars(Audi and VW have some pulled out, but still support teams, due to focusing on electrified racing).

    So, maybe Alfa, Audi, Citroen, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Peugeot, (return of)Opel TCR, SEAT, VW, MG, Renault, will form a new category.
    Add the Mazda3 TCR(got pushed back from this year to next year, in USA TCR) due to Mazda becoming partners with PD.

    There's a Corolla TCR and a defunct Focus TCR. I think there was an AMG TCR concept as well.
     
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  27. RandomCarGuy17

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    Right, I forgot that this is a track predictions thread as well. Like with my car post, I'll do the same here.

    Note: These lists are based on the assumption that GT7 will have all of the tracks in GT Sport aswell.


    Returning Fictional Tracks:
    I'm going to assume non of the fictional tracks from GT's past will look the same again since Kaz mentioned in an interview wanting to make them look more FIA worthy. With that said, here's what I think will be back
    - Deep Forest Raceway will probably be first based on past interviews.
    - Apricot Hill Raceway
    - Midfield Raceway
    - High Speed Ring
    - Autumn Ring
    - Grand Valley Speedway
    - Special Stage Route 11
    - Tokyo R246

    I picked those as they seem to be the only fictional tracks that PD gives consistent attention to. I would love to see tracks like El Capitan and Red Rock Valley come back, but since PD hasn't paid attention to them in a long time, I doubt they'll return. The good news is that I have been proven wrong multiple times on this forum, so I await for Polyphony to do just that.

    Returning Real-World Tracks:
    - Silverstone
    - Twin Ring Motegi, the last Japanese track featured in past GTs that isn't in GT Sport right now.
    - Daytona

    New Real-World Tracks:
    - Road America
    - Circuit of the Americas
    - Sugo
    - Brno Circuit
    - Imola
    - Mugello
     
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  28. V1LR-GUE10

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    Pretty sure most if not all existing tracks will appear in the next title.

    Fictional Tracks:
    Dragon Trail
    Kyoto
    Alsace
    Blue Moon Bay Speedway
    Lago Maggiore
    Sainte-Croix
    Special Stage Route X
    Sardegna Road Track
    Mid-Field Raceway
    Grand Valley
    Deep Forest
    Trail Mountain
    Apricot Hill
    Sierra Circuit
    Cape Ring
    High Speed Ring

    World Tracks:
    Suzuka
    Mount Panorama
    Brands Hatch
    Willow Springs
    Nürburgring
    Interlagos
    Monza
    Tsukuba
    Sarthe
    Red Bull Ring
    Fuji
    Catalunya
    Autopolis
    Goodwood Motor Circuit
    Spa
    Laguna Seca
    Daytona
    Indianapolis
    Silverstone
    Ascari
    Road America
    Circuit of the Americas
    Sonoma
    Road Atlanta
    Hockenheimring
    Sebring

    City Tracks:
    Tokyo Expressway
    Côte d'Azur
    Tokyo R246
    New York
    Special Stage Route 5
    Special Stage Route 7

    Dirt/Snow/ Tracks:
    Sardegna
    Fisherman’s Ranch
    Colorado Springs
    Chamonix
     
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  29. IXON009

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    I really liked your entire list and I hope it will become reality. But it's still a bit thin, in the view of variety. I'm playing GTS since 2017 December and already got bored of all the cars, including race cars. I dont want thousands of same cars like we had in GT6, not because they were not premium but I would like to have maximum 4 cars with minor differences. Let's hope that PD sticks to the GTS way and puts in more variety of cars.

    To the list I couldn't put much cars, because I dont know what will fill their ideas of the racing career in GT7. However a selection of cars from NFS Shift 1-2 games (for street) and some from Project Cars 2 (for racing) would be nice. These cars for example the Bentleys, 00s Lambos, 90s-10s Mercs, and overall more street and racing cars from the 00s years.

    I'm a big fan of Gran Turismo and I don't want another slap like GTS gave me with the lack of content variety at the start.
     
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    I can see they will add more normal electric cars like the VW ID3 and Tesla Model 3 Performance
     
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