Gran Turismo 7 Car & Track List Prediction

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

  1. Monkey Man

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    Interesting. Thanks man. :cheers:
     
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  2. nickf1gr

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    I think that all of these tracks are a kind of testing in GT Sport before they "transport" them in GT7...
     
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    I may sound insisting with the "Circuito de la Sierra" but I think this track and more specifically the vastness of that location can be the start of a deeply hoped open world in Gran Turismo 7.

    If around the main circuit was developed a road network ....

    I may create a new thread for GT7 about this later in the week (with screenshots and vidéo)
     
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  4. 05XR8

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    I think we'll see the Mazda CX-5. Plus, some other SUVs. I remember we got the CX-7 concept. Probably a CX-5 diesel 2015 model or the CX-4.
    Add a Subaru Forester turbo, maybe a Macan, Audi Q5 and 6M.

    Don't know if PD would add Jeep or if Jeep have contacted PD. Guess it would be a first, if a Cherokee SRT-8 was in the game.
     
  5. 05XR8

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    We've had this, but maybe we'll get an updated version in the new IS. I'd guess a 2018 model. Probably a Gr.4 addition to the RC F(which, ironically, the RC F mimics the CCS-R, right down to the livery).
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    1,400 kg or less
    Engine model 2UR-GSE
    Total displacement 4.968L
    Maximum output 311 (423) / 6,600 kW (PS) / rpm or more
    Maximum torque 505 (51.5) / 5,200 N ・ m (kgf ・ m) / rpm or more
    Fuel supply device In-cylinder direct injection + port fuel injection device (D-4S)
    Vehicle dimensions Length 4,760mm x Width 1,815mm x Height 1,385mm
    Wheelbase 2,730mm
    Drive system 2WD (rear wheel drive system)
    transmission Electronically controlled 8-speed transmission
    Outer panel color <code> Orange mica
     
  6. RandomCarGuy17

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    I just uploaded a impressions and predictions video about GT7, I figured it would suit this thread fine.
     
  7. 05XR8

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    Just saw an Alfa Stelvio. I can see a host of SUV/CUVs in the car list.
     
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    Where?
     
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    Since outsourcing for cars exists at least, I think that there will be more than 500 cars. But not more than 600. I still think that Porsche and Lambo VGTs are for GTS. I will include the confirmed ones like LP640 and Carrera GT. Here are my updated predictions:
    337 GTS cars +2 VGTs + 106 returning premiums +62 returning non premiums + 93 new to series.

    Premiums
    1. Abarth Grande Punto '09
    2. Alfa Romeo Brera '06
    3. Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione '07
    4. Alfa Romeo TZ3 Stradale '11
    5. Amuse Nismo Superleggera 380RS
    6. Aston Martin DB9 '06
    7. HPA TT 2007
    8. Audi R10 TDI '06
    9. Audi R8 LMS ultra Team Phoenix '12
    10. Audi RS6 '08
    11. Blitz Dunlop ER34 '07
    12. BMW 507 '54
    13. BMW M5 '08
    14. BMW Z4M Coupe '07
    15. Bentley Speed 8 '03
    16. Cadillac CTS-V '11
    17. Chevrolet Corvette C5 Z06 '04
    18. Chevrolet Corvette C6 Z06 '06
    19. Chevrolet Corvette C6 ZR1 '09
    20. Chevrolet El Camino SS 396 '67
    21. Chevrolet Nova SS '70
    22. Citroen C4 VTS '05
    23. Dodge Charger SRT8 '11
    24. Dodge Viper SRT-10 ACR '08
    25. Ferrari 430 Scuderia '08
    26. Ferrari California '08
    27. Ferrari F430 '06
    28. Ferrari FXX '07
    29. Ferrari 599 GTB '06
    30. Fisker Karma EcoSport '12
    31. Ford Mustang GT '07
    32. Ford Mustang Boss '13
    33. HKS CT230R '08
    34. Honda NSX Type R '02
    35. Honda NSX GT500 '06
    36. Honda Civic Type R '08
    37. Honda Fit RS '10
    38. Honda HSV-010 GT500 '12
    39. Honda Integra Type R '04
    40. Honda Insight LS '09
    41. Infiniti G35 '06
    42. Jaguar XKR-S '11
    43. KTM X-Bow Street '11
    44. Lamborghini Diablo GT2 '98
    45. Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 '06
    46. Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SV '09
    47. Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 '08
    48. Lamborghini Reventon '08
    49. Land Rover Evoque '13
    50. Lexus SC GT500 '06
    51. Lexus IS-F '07
    52. Lexus IS-F CCS-R '11
    53. Lexus IS-F Racing Concept '08
    54. Lexus IS350 GT300
    55. Lexus LF-A '10
    56. Lexus LF-A Nurburgring Edition '12
    57. Light Car Company Rocket '07
    58. Lotus Elise '96
    59. Lotus Elise '11
    60. Lotus Esprit V8 '02
    61. Lotus Europa Special '72
    62. Lotus Evora '09
    63. Mario Andretti Hudson
    64. Jay Leno Toronado
    65. Mazda Autozam AZ1 '92
    66. Mazda Roadster RS '07
    67. Mazda RX7 Efini '93
    68. Mazda RX-8 Type S '07 or facelift
    69. Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing '54
    70. Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG '08
    71. Mercedes-Benz SL55 AMG '02
    72. Mini Cooper S '07
    73. Mini Cooper S '11
    74. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI TME '00
    75. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX '05
    76. Mitsubishi i-MiEV '09
    77. Nissan Leaf G '09
    78. Nissan March 12SR '07
    79. Nissan Silvia S15 Spec R '02
    80. Nissan Fairlady Z '08 but newer variant wouldn't surprise me at all
    81. Nissan Skyline 370GT '07
    82. Nissan Z GT500 '06
    83. Nissan Zytek Z11SN '13
    84. Peugeot 207 GTi '07
    85. Peugeot 307 CC Premium '04
    86. Plymouth AAR Cuda 340 Barrel '70
    87. RE Amemiya FD3S GT300 '06
    88. Renualt Megane RS '08
    89. Renault Clio RS '11
    90. Subaru BRZ GT300 '12
    91. Subaru Impreza WRX STi '05
    92. Subaru Impreza GT300 '08
    93. Subaru Impreza WRX STi Spec C '09
    94. Subaru Impreza WRX STi '10
    95. Suzuki Cappuccino '95
    96. Suzuki Cervo SR '07
    97. Tesla Roadster '08
    98. Toyota Aqua S '11
    99. Toyota Prius G '09
    100. Toyota Castrol Supra '97
    101. Toyota Celica GT-Four Rally
    102. TVR Tamora '02
    103. Volkswagen Golf IV GTi '01 or R32
    104. Volkswagen Golf V GTi '05
    105. Volkswagen Golf VI R '10
    106. Volkswagen Scirocco R '09

    Standards and PS1 era models.
    1. Alfa Romeo 155 TI V6
    2. Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA '65
    3. Aston Martin DB7 Vantage '00 or '94
    4. Aston Martin V8 Vantage '98
    5. Audi Quattro '85
    6. BMW 2002 Turbo '74
    7. Citroen 2CV '54 or some newer variant
    8. Chevrolet Corvette C1
    9. Chevrolet Corvette C4 ZR1 '90
    10. Chevrolet Camaro Z28 '02
    11. Daihatsu Midget '98
    12. Dodge Charger R/T '70
    13. Dodge Viper RT/10 '94
    14. Fiat Coupe '00
    15. Ford Mustang SVT Cobra R '00
    16. Honda Civic SiR '95
    17. Honda del Sol SiR '93
    18. Honda Prelude SiR '97
    19. Honda Insight '98
    20. Jaguar XJ220 '92
    21. Lancia Delta HF rally car
    22. Lancia Stratos HF rally car
    23. Lotus Esprit HC Turbo '87
    24. Lotus Elan
    25. Mazda Roadster RS NB
    26. Mazda Savanna RX7 Turbo '84
    27. Mercedes-Benz 190E Evolution II '91
    28. Mercedes-Benz SL R129
    29. Mitsubishi FTO GP Version R '97
    30. Mitsubishi Galant VR4 '91
    31. Mitsubishi GTO Twin Turbo '94
    32. Mitsubishi GTO Twin Turbo '99
    33. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution III '95
    34. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V '98
    35. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII '04
    36. Nissan Bluebird 2000
    37. Nissan 300ZX Z31 really not sure about facelift or not
    38. Nissan Fairlady 240Z
    39. Nissan Silvia CSP311
    40. Nissan Silvia S14 '97
    41. Nissan Skyline KPGC10 '71
    42. Nissan Skyline KPGC110 '73
    43. Nissan Skyline GTS-R '85
    44. Pagani Zonda C12S '02
    45. Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 '85
    46. Peugeot 206 RC '03
    47. RUF CTR Yellowbird '86
    48. RUF CTR2 '97
    49. Subaru Legacy RS Turbo '91
    50. Subaru Impreza WRX STi '01 or '03
    51. Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak
    52. Tommykaira ZZS '00
    53. Toyota Celica GT-Four '97
    54. Toyota Chaser Tourer V '96
    55. Toyota Mark II Tourer V '92
    56. Toyota MR2 Supercharger G '85
    57. Toyota MR2 '02
    58. Toyota GT-One '99
    59. TVR Cerbera
    60. TVR Griffith 500
    61. Volkswagen Karmann Ghia

    New to the series.
    1. AAR Eagle Indy Car '66
    2. Abarth 595
    3. Abarth 124 Spider
    4. Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio Verde '16
    5. Aston Martin V8 Vantage '18
    6. Audi RS6 '20
    7. Audi TT mk4
    8. Audi R8 V10 Type 4S
    9. Audi R8 GT4
    10. BMW 850CSi E31
    11. BMW M3 E36 '93
    12. BMW M5 E39 '03
    13. BMW Z4 M40i '19
    14. BMW i8
    15. BMW M8 Competition '19
    16. Bentley Continental GT '20
    17. Bentley Continental GT3 '13 or '20
    18. Bugatti Chiron '16
    19. Bugatti EB110 GT
    20. Citroen DS from 50s till 70s
    21. Chevrolet Corvette C8 '19
    22. Chevrolet Camaro Iroc-Z '92
    23. Daihatsu Copen GRMN '19
    24. Dodge Viper SRT-10 ACR '16
    25. Dodge Challenger Demon '18
    26. Ferrari Portofino '17
    27. Ferrari 812 Superfast '17
    28. Ferrari 500 Mondial '54
    29. Ferrari F8 Tributo '19
    30. Ferrari 488 GTB '16
    31. Ferrari 488 GT3 '16
    32. Ferrari SF90 Stradale '19
    33. Ferrari Portofino '17
    34. Fiat 500 Nuova '20
    35. Ford Mustang Cobra SVT '93
    36. Ford Mustang GT '18
    37. Ford Mustang Shelby GT '20
    38. Ford Coupe 'Bruce Levens' '51
    39. Ford Sierra RS500 '87
    40. Honda Civic Type R '17
    41. Honda Civic SEMA
    42. Honda NSX GT500 '20
    43. Hyundai Veloster N '18
    44. Jaguar F-Pace SVR
    45. Jaguar XJR-S '90
    46. Lamborghini Huracan Performante '18
    47. Lamborghini Espada S3 '72
    48. Lamborghini Urus '18
    49. Land Rover Defender
    50. Land Rover Range Rover SVR '16
    51. Lexus GS F '16
    52. Lexus LC500 GT500 '19
    53. Lotus 3-Eleven
    54. Maserati A6GCS Spider '54
    55. Maserati MC20 '20
    56. Mazda MX-30 '20
    57. Mazda RX Vision production car
    58. Mazda MX5 ND facelift
    59. Mazda MX5 RF
    60. McLaren Senna '18
    61. McLaren Speedtail '19
    62. Mercedes-Benz E63S AMG '13
    63. Mercedes-AMG SLC43 AMG
    64. Mercedes-AMG SL R231
    65. Mercedes-AMG GT 73 EQ Power+ '21
    66. Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series '21
    67. Mercedes-AMG GT3 Evo '20
    68. Mercedes-AMG GT4 '20
    69. Nissan GT-R50 '19
    70. Nissan Skyline 400R '19
    71. Nissan Z Proto '21
    72. Nissan Z '22
    73. Peugeot 308 GTi
    74. Pontiac Firebird Trans Am '02
    75. Polestar 1 '19
    76. Porsche 718 race car
    77. Porsche 911 Turbo S '20
    78. Porsche 911S '70
    79. Porsche 911 RS Carrera 964
    80. Porsche Carrera GT '03
    81. Renault Megane RS '18
    82. Subaru WRX STI mk5
    83. Suzuki Alto Works '14
    84. Toyota Mirai '19
    85. Toyota Prius '16
    86. Toyota Prius GT300 '12
    87. Toyota Supra GT500 '20
    88. Toyota Vitz GRMN '19
    89. Toyota GRMN LMP '21
    90. TVR Griffith '17
    91. Volkswagen Golf II GTi
    92. Volkswagen Golf III VR6
    93. Volkswagen Golf VIII GTi '20
    94. Volvo 240 Turbo
     
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    Would love that
     
  11. 05XR8

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    A real one on the road. Just sharing another thought about PD adding SUVs in the game.

    The Land Rover Stormbreaker concept thing, Mazda CX Cross, a return of the Forester turbo, VW+Audi+Porsche+Bentley SUVs, BMW, Maserati and all other brand Sport SUVs.

    They're so popular today, I feel PD can't ignore them.
     
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    Ah, I see. I think they could add a couple more trucks, too, to compliment the Tundra TRD Pro and F-150 SVT Raptor. Specifically, I'd add the Dodge Ram Rebel, and the Chevrolet Colorado ZR2. Maybe even the Nismo Titan, as well. As for SUVs/CUVs, here's my list:

    Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio
    Aston Martin DBX
    Audi RS Q3
    Bentley Bentayga
    BMW X5M
    Ferrari Purosangue (Though I'd doubt this would be in GT7, given how it's barely a concept at this point.)
    Ford Bronco (2020, though I also don't think this would be too likely given how new it is.)
    Lamborghini Urus
    Land Rover Defender (At least one of the more recent ones, before they moved onto the most recent generation.)
    Maserati Levante
    Mazda MX-30
    Mercedes-Benz GLC 63 AMG
    Porsche Macan Turbo S

    Let me know if I forgot any interesting SUVs/CUVs here, or if you think one should be substituted. I'd also love some minivans, especially something like the Mugen Odyssey, or a Sienna tuned by TRD/GR. The Renault Espace F1 goes without saying, of course.

    EDIT: I think we're also at the point where trucks/SUVs/CUVs are here to stay in GT, between the various trucks/SUVs in GT4, and the addition of the Range Rover Evoque in GT6. I'm glad to see this trend of including heavier vehicles continue with the SVT Raptor and Tundra TRD Pro in GT Sport, but I'm hoping even more heavy vehicles could come in GT7, including potential online regulations for such vehicles. For example, in GTS, the SVT Raptor and Tundra TRD Pro simply cannot compete in a race that uses N400 - the class these two trucks are in - but I think it could be a lot of fun if there specifically was a way to have an N400 event that only permits these two pickups, much like how we recently had a Gr.1 Daily Race that only permitted the Group C cars. That's what I think we need to see more of in GTS and GT7's online mode, and/or a way to set those regulations within lobbies, as I think a lot of complaints about the current class system would subside if we had more events like that.

    I, for one, believe the current class system is entirely fine, although I think we could use at least two new groups: one for vintage prototypes such as the Ferrari 330 P4, and one for vintage grand tourers like the Shelby Daytona Coupe. Perhaps a Gr.1V and Gr.3V would work. I would also potentially add a Gr.C for pre-Group B rally cars, such as the Lancia Stratos, as well as a potential Gr.A for more modern-style rally cars. I am otherwise fine with formula-style cars in Gr.X, as well as more radical cars like the Honda 2&4 Concept, and the various VGTs. I could also see NASCAR vehicles going to Gr.X, unless they add enough stock cars (e.g. one per manufacturer from each season represented in the PS3-era games, so that's a total of nine cars between Chevrolet/Toyota/Ford and the 2010/2011/2013 seasons) that they would also differ enough to warrant a class specifically for NASCAR vehicles. I might also add an "NE-Series" for electric cars, but I digress.

    Either way, I'd say I'm especially looking forward to the machines that seem relatively out-of-left-field, the ones that make me go, "WTF?" out loud. I genuinely love that sensation of learning something new, and I hope GT7 continues to introduce me to new people, cars, and locales.
     
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  13. ReverbRacing84

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    My future car predictions that it may able to make it to debut in this installment:
    • Toyota GR Supra GT500
    • Ferrari 488 GT3 EVO
    • Lamborghini Huracan GT3 EVO
    • 2019 Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3
     
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    I think we need more Porsche Gr. 3’s, such as their much newer 911 RSR, for its Gr. 3 GTE offering, and the latest 911 GT3 R, while still keeping the old 911 RSR. The 911 GT3 R is barely even seen in other racing games besides Assetto Corsa and the Project CARS series.
     
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    Sorted by Votes(Likes), these are the top 20 that are "Confirmed" in GT Sport.

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    It's interesting the varied display of cars we received.
    We have a few hyper cars in the P1, Veneno and LaFerrari. Supercars with the F50 and CTR3. High performance cars: AMG GT S, Huracan, F-Type. A couple sports coupes and sedans: RC F, WRX, Supra, E30, 22B and 4C. Add the two classic cars: Pantera and Mini Cooper S. Newest being the P1 GT-R '16. Oldest is the Mini Cooper S '65.
    That gives a good variety of non-race cars.

    The TS030, Vantage GT3, 650S GT3, weren't that old before GT Sport was teased. Cap it off with the 300 SEL for some nostalgic touring car racing. Plenty of cars for any one player to enjoy driving in that game.

    Here's hoping Gran Turismo 7 will continue to have such a diverse car list, as past games. Keep posting in the Suggestion Forum. :tup:
     
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  16. DemioXDTourng

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    With GTs long lasting relationship with Toyota, I can see this coming, as a N400/400-450PP car
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    I think there's will be many Standard cars upgraded since most of the data is already in PD's hand... Sounds need recording ofcourse.
     
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