Gran Turismo 7 Master Car List

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Hello, just a tiny mistake here, we never had the '14 Polo GTI in a previous Gran Turismo title (one of the reasons I was so excited when I saw it in the trailer)
 

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One think I noticed no one has mentioned yet.

On the Video we can see a Porsche 993 that is mentioned as carrera RS '96
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Even though the current 993 on GT Sport is the Clubsport version as '95 model
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This means that potentially there are now 2 versions of 993
Oh man, I didn't notice that before. I mean, I noticed that the aero on the 993 in that trailer was different from the one in GT Sport, but I just assumed that PD made it a parts option. Much like the wing on the Countach in GT6.
 
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Gran Turismo 7 Master Car List

Current manufacturer count: 41
Current car count: 218


Abarth (1)
500 2009

Alfa Romeo (3)
155 2.5 V6 TI 1993
4C Gr.3
8C 2900B Lungo Berlinetta 1937

Alpine (1)
A110 1972
A220 1968
Vision Gran Turismo
Vision Gran Turismo Race Mode

Aston Martin (8)
DB3S CN.1 1953
DB5 1964
DBR9 GT1 Race Car 2010
DB11 Coupe 2016
DP100 Vision GT
V8 Vantage S 2015
V8 Vantage Gr.4
V12 Vantage Gr.3

Audi (11)
e-tron Vision Gran Turismo
R8 4.2 FSI V8 Quattro 2007
R8 LMS Audi Sport Team WRT 2015
R8 GT3 LMS Evo 2019
R18 TDI 2011
R18 TDI (Audi Sport Team Joest) 2011
Sport quattro S1 1987
TT Coupe 3.2 V6 2003
TTS Coupe 2014
TT Cup 2016
Vision Gran Turismo

BAC (1)
Mono 2011

BMW (14)
3.0 CSL 1971
i3 2015
M3 1989
M3 Sport Evolution 1989
M3 GT BMW Motorsport 2011
M3 2007
M4 Coupe 2014
M4 Gr.4
M4 Safety Car
M6 GT3 Endurance Model 2016
M6 GT3 Sprint Model 2016
McLaren F1 GTR Race Car 1997
Vision Gran Turismo
Z8 2001

Bugatti (1)
Veyron 16.4 2013
Vision Gran Turismo Gr.1

Chevrolet (7)
Camaro ZL1 1LE 2018
Corvette Stingray Concept 1959
*Corvette (C2) Sting Ray Sport Coupe 1963
*Corvette (C3) Stingray Convertible 1969
Chevrolet Corvette (C4) 1996
*Corvette (C7) Stingray 2014
Corvette C7 Gr.3
Corvette C7 Gr.4

Citroen (2)
GT by Citroen Gr.3
GT by Citroen Gr.4

Daihatsu (1)
Copen 2002

De Tomaso (1)
Mangusta 1969

Dodge (5)
Super Bee 1970
Tomahawk Gr.1
Viper GTS 2002
Viper SRT-10 2003
Viper SRT GT3-R 2015

Ferrari (4)
330 P4 1967
458 Italia 2009
458 Gr.4
FXX K 2014

Ford (13)
GPW 1944
GT40 Mk1 1966
Mark IV Race Car 1967
GT 2006
GT LM Spec II Test Car Gr.3
GT 2017
GT LM GTE 2018
Mustang Boss 429 1969
Mustang GT 2015
Mustang Gr.3
Mustang Gr.4
Mustang Gr.B
Mustang Shelby GT350R 2020

Genesis (3)
G70 GR4
X GR3
Vision Gran Turismo


Honda (8)
Beat 1991
Fit Hybrid 2014
Integra DC2 Type R 1998
NSX Type R 1992
NSX 2017
NSX Gr.3
S660 2015
S800 1966

Hyundai (2)
Genesis Gr.3
N2025 Vision GT

Jaguar (7)
E-Type Coupe 1961
F-Type Coupe 2014
F-Type Gr.3
F-Type Gr.4
Vision GT SV 2021
XJ13 1966
XJR-9 1988

Lamborghini (7)
Aventador LP750-4 SV 2015
Diablo GT 1999
Huracan GT3 2015
Huracan Gr.4
Huracan LP610-4 2015
"Lambo V12" Vision GT 2019
Murcielago LP640 2009

Lancia (1)
Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione 1991

Lexus (4)
LC500 2017
RC F 2014
RC F Emil Frey Racing 2017
Lexus RC F Gr.4

Mazda (9)
787B 1991
Atenza Gr.4
Demio XD Touring 2015
Eunos Roadster NA 1989
LM55 Vision GT
RX-7 FC GT-X 1990
RX-7 FD Spirit R 2002
RX-Vision Concept 2016
RX-Vision GT3 Concept 2020

McLaren (3)
650S 2014
F1 1994
F1 GTR Kokusai Kaihatsu 1995
P1 GTR 2016
Ultimate Vision GT

Mercedes (15)
300SL W194 1952
300 SL Coupe 1954
A45 AMG 2013
AMG GT3 HTP Motorsport 2016
AMG GT S 2015
AMG GT R 2017*
CLK LM 1998
F1 W08 EQ Power+ 2017
Sauber C9 1989
SLR McLaren
SLS AMG 2011
SLS AMG GT3 2011
Vision Gran Turismo
Vision Gran Turismo LH Edition
Vision Gran Turismo Racing Series

MINI (2)
Clubman VGT
Cooper S 2005

Mitsubishi (2)
GTO Twin Turbo 1991
Lancer Evolution V GSR 1998

Nissan (11)
370Z 2008
GT-R (R35) 2017
R92CP 1992
Skyline KPGC10 GT-R 1971
Skyline R32 GT-R 1995
Skyline R33 GT-R V-Spec 1997
Skyline R34 GT-R 1999
Skyline R34 GT-R GT500 1999
Silvia S13 Qs 1988

Silvia S13 Ks Dia Selection 1990
Silvia S15 Spec R Aero 2002

Pagani (1)
Huayra 2013

Plymouth (1)
XNR Ghia Roadster 1960

Peugeot (5)
208 GTI by Peugeot Sport 2014
908 HDI FAP 2010
RCZ 2015
RCZ Gr.4
Vision Gran Turismo

Porsche (19)
356 A/1500 GS Carrera 1956
356 A/1500 GS GT Carrera Speedster 1956
911 930 Turbo 1981
Porsche 911 964 Carrera RS 1992
Porsche 911 993 Carrera RS 1996
Porsche 911 996 GT3 2001
911 996 GT1 Strassenversion 1997
911 997.2 GT3 RS 2009
911 991 GT3 RS 2016
911 991 RSR 2017
917K 1970
917 Living Legend 2013

919 Hybrid 2016
962 C 1988
Carrera GT 2003
Cayman GT4 Clubsport 2016
Spyder Type 550/1500 RS 1955
Taycan Turbo S 2019
Vision Gran Turismo

Renault Sport (2)
Clio V6 24v 2000
R.S.01 GT3 2016

Ruf (1)
CTR3 2007

Shelby (2)
Cobra Daytona 1965
GT350 1965

Subaru (5)
Falken Tires/Turn 14 Distribution BRZ 2017
Impreza 22B 1998
WRX Gr.B Race Car
WRX STI Gr.3 Race Car
WRX STI Gr.4 Race Car

Toyota (16)
86 GT 2015
86 GT "Limited" 2016
Aqua S 2011
Corolla Levin AE86 1983
FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo Gr.3
Sports 800 1965
Sprinter Trueno AE86 1983
Supra GT500 1997
Supra (A70) 1992
Supra RZ (A80) 1997
GR Supra (A90) 2019
GR Supra (A90) Gr.4
GR Supra Racing Concept 2018
GR 86 RZ 2021
GR Yaris 2021
MR2 (W20) GT-S 1997

TVR (1)
Tuscan Speed Six 2000

Volkswagen (8)
1200 1966
Beetle Gr.3
Golf I GTI 1983
Golf VII GTI 2014
GTI Roadster Vision GT
Polo GTI 2014
Scirocco Gr.4
Scirocco R 2010

Notes
Car from previous GT title other than GT Sport
Car is new to GT series
Not every entry is definitive, and list is subject to change before launch

Sources
Official game announcement trailer, June 11 2020:

PlayStation "new and upcoming games" trailer, December 7 2020:

Genesis Pebble Beach event, August 2021:

PlayStation Showcase and launch date announcement, September 9, 2021:

Porsche GT7 trailer, September 14, 2021:

Brembo trailer, October 7, 2021:

Starting Line trailer, October 21, 2021:
Isn’t the Polo 2014 a new car to the GT series?
 
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I hope GT7 will reach the 700 mark vehicle at the release of the game and more with the update afterwards.
They've advertised "over 420". It might go up a bit with cars they finish in the new few months, to maybe 450/460, but it isn't going to increase by 66%.

GTS went from 150 to 168 between announcement of that number and release a few months later, IIRC.
 

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Just read that there is a planned Sony "State of Play" On Wednesday. Not going to make any huge assumptions but given the GT7 PR train is clearly in force, maybe (And I strongly Emphasize "Maybe" here) there could be abit more to see there.
 
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Apologies if is this has already been picked up, although I can’t see it on the guide or car list at the start of this thread.

The car in this screenshot could be the MINI Cooper ‘S’ ‘65. The back wheel and boot shape look about right, and it is between the Mercedes and Porsche listings.
 

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They've advertised "over 420". It might go up a bit with cars they finish in the new few months, to maybe 450/460, but it isn't going to increase by 66%.

GTS went from 150 to 168 between announcement of that number and release a few months later, IIRC.
Having it around 450/460 at launch would only feed our curiosities further with what the additional cars will be. The fact we are seeing some more Porsche 911 variants, Polo GTI ‘14, another version of the 300 SL etc, we only saw a glimpse of some new European cars and with plenty of new Japanese and American cars to be revealed alongside perhaps mor European cars, the count could indeed reach the 450/460 mark. I think the “over 420” was merely a target and with some cars definitely still being developed and added in the last remaining few months, I think we could definitely see it being “over 450” but only time will tell.
 
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Having it around 450/460 at launch would only feed our curiosities further with what the additional cars will be. The fact we are seeing some more Porsche 911 variants, Polo GTI ‘14, another version of the 300 SL etc, we only saw a glimpse of some new European cars and with plenty of new Japanese and American cars to be revealed alongside perhaps mor European cars, the count could indeed reach the 450/460 mark. I think the “over 420” was merely a target and with some cars definitely still being developed and added in the last remaining few months, I think we could definitely see it being “over 450” but only time will tell.
It's mostly like that in previous games too though, to recount...
  • GT1 = "Feel the power of 140 authentic sports cars!" = exactly 140
  • GT2's "over 500" = 650
  • GT3's "over 200" = 181... the one that is wrong
  • GT4's "over 700" = 722
  • GTPSP's "over 800" = 833
  • GT5's "over 1000" = 1075
  • GT6's "over 1200" = 1241
  • GT7's "over 150" = 168 (launch)
450/460 is "over 420" and that'd mean there were no changes in their claims.
 
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Right now, if we assume that all GTS cars (338) are ported over to GT7, and that we have now 44 new cars (in the OP, both the 300 SL and the AMG GT R are writen in black), this brings the total to 382. So now we have some 40 cars yet to be seen.
 

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Apologies if is this has already been picked up, although I can’t see it on the guide or car list at the start of this thread.

The car in this screenshot could be the MINI Cooper ‘S’ ‘65. The back wheel and boot shape look about right, and it is between the Mercedes and Porsche listings.
Yep, seems fair enough to me.


The one I can't see is the second BMW 3.0 CSL. I've seen the cropped screenshot of it, but I can't see it where it's supposed to be on the video.
 
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It's mostly like that in previous games too though, to recount...
  • GT1 = "Feel the power of 140 authentic sports cars!" = exactly 140
  • GT2's "over 500" = 650
  • GT3's "over 200" = 181... the one that is wrong
  • GT4's "over 700" = 722
  • GTPSP's "over 800" = 833
  • GT5's "over 1000" = 1075
  • GT6's "over 1200" = 1241
  • GT7's "over 150" = 168 (launch)
450/460 is "over 420" and that'd mean there were no changes in their claims.
I never would dispute their claims for the amount of cars that PD announce for the new Gran Turismo title. I think our perception of ”over” vs their perception of “over” are fairly apart but not very far. It’s just for this game, “420” cars+ as opposed to day “450+” for example seems a specific amount they announce as previous games are mostly a multiple of 100 (except GT1 and GTS).
 
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I think this a bit crazy, what's with wanting too know every car in game before it's released. why not know and get surprises when it's released, xbox have been overplaying FH5 and it just ruining any surprise of when 1st play. Games become less enjoyable when you know all the ins n outs of the game before it's even released and you just don't have that excitement on loading it up, oh the days of getting home and loading your game up without knowing too much about it.
 
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The one I can't see is the second BMW 3.0 CSL. I've seen the cropped screenshot of it, but I can't see it where it's supposed to be on the video.
It's at 1:33 of the video, but it has to be brighten up to see it clearly.
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I did find something strange at 1:32. If brighten up again, this would appear:
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It appears under the "United Kingdom" section of the Car Index and has a few unfamiliar shapes. Perhaps it could be returning models from GT Sport.
 

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It's at 1:33 of the video, but it has to be brighten up to see it clearly.
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It's the one on the left that's the problem:

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The one on the right is listed as "3.0 CSL '71", but the one on the left appears as "BMW 3.0" followed by obscured text. Even pulling the 4K video down and going frame by frame I can't see why people are saying it's a BMW Motorsport racing model. The physical model in the thumbnail is identical (and the M3 1989 also looks like the same model, which is super odd).

I did just spot the "Color Variation" of the F1 W08 though, so that's a bonus.
 

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If all cars from GT Sport are being ported over, the main list on 1st page of this thread is missing the Alfa 4C Gr4 car
If all cars from GT Sport are being ported over, it's missing a lot more than that. GT Sport has 330+ cars and the first page list has 220...


It's a reasonable assumption that all content is coming over, and Kaz has said pretty much that, but if we haven't seen it in official GT7 media, it's not going on the list.
 

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They give us the old BMW 3.0 CSL '71.
I think the BMW 3.0 CSL could be the newer compound which they did as 25th anniversary special edition.
Remember 25th birthday of GT.

And this would be awesome with both liveries!
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Edit: Me watching some old car magazines and I saw that the whole name of the newer is one would be:

BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage R

But while reading the article they just say: BMW 3.0 CSL,
which is nearly the name we see.
 
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Another variant of the M3 E30 and what appears to be the 3.0 CSL in road and race form:

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The M3 Sport Evo can also be seen, so the new M3 isn't just that car renamed:
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It's the one on the left that's the problem:

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The one on the right is listed as "3.0 CSL '71", but the one on the left appears as "BMW 3.0" followed by obscured text. Even pulling the 4K video down and going frame by frame I can't see why people are saying it's a BMW Motorsport racing model. The physical model in the thumbnail is identical (and the M3 1989 also looks like the same model, which is super odd).

I did just spot the "Color Variation" of the F1 W08 though, so that's a bonus.
From the top pic, looks like the stripes and aero bits are more visible.
 
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Why is the 1954 300SL not listed as a returning car from GT6? I don't recall that being in GT Sport at all.

EDIT: Looking at the 3.0CSLs again, my guess is that the left one might be another variation of one. Like how there's 2 e30 M3s shown on that index. But yeah, I can see a front splitter on the left one where the 1971 model doesn't have. It's blurry, but I can see it.
 
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If the Color Variation of the W08 is coming back along with Lewis Hamilton's car, I'm assuming we still won't be able to make a livery for it?
 
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for the car next to the roadster looks like it has enormous headlights and a longer hood than the alfa romeo. Wonder if it could be a Rolls Royce Phantom II:

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Or maybe the Mercedes-Benz S Barker Tourer:

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The Alfa Romeo’s hood is pretty long. The car in the screenshot has chrome trim along the length of the hood. It also has a raked windshield. The grill is a bit raked as well. It matched the Alfa silhouette.
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