Gran Turismo 7 Master Car List

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Just wanna point out something.....

A. The Viper is a 2006 model year, not 2003.

B. The Ford GT Road Car and LM Race Car Spec II shares the EXACT SAME interior, so I can’t tell the difference between those two, doubting the confirmation of the road car.
I watched the trailer again and noticed there's no roll cages in the interior, so it's not the race car.
 
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I would like if the OP could tell us which cars are new into GT series. It can get a bit confusing for those that haven't played the game.
 
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"*" indicates vehicle seen in official media but not in motion

Why is this needed?

Like yeah the trailer does not show the car in motion, but, what's the point of it?
 
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Why is this needed?

Like yeah the trailer does not show the car in motion, but, what's the point of it?

i think they meant not in gameplay. It is written in case of some cars being only props in scapes or something.
 

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Why is this needed?

Like yeah the trailer does not show the car in motion, but, what's the point of it?
As this appears only in the trailer as a static vehicle (like the 356 and a bunch of Corvettes), I'm quite loath to add it to the list. It could be part of a museum or Scapes section, although I'd certainly concur that it'd be a bit odd to model so much of a non-drivable car.

I'll have a look later on and perhaps flag up cars we've seen but not seen moving.
 
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I looked very closely and the Porsche 911 GT1 Strassenversion is the ordinary model with white lights on its taillights, so it's likely the 1998 model.
 
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Depends on what the nearest model was available to them.

I looked very closely and the Porsche 911 GT1 Strassenversion is the ordinary model with white lights on its taillights, so it's likely the 1998 model.
I'm talking about which particular car. It'll be interesting if it's #X out of X00. Or one of one or a car once owned by someone famous.

As the case with the 250 GTO, it's rhd.
 

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I'm talking about which particular car.

Which is what I was saying. There are particular cars that are easier to get access to (Unless the Manufacturer decides to directly provide an example themselves)
 
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Which is what I was saying. There are particular cars that are easier to get access to (Unless the Manufacturer decides to directly provide an example themselves)
I know you understood. Should have been your quote below, as clarification to the other one. Was using your quote, as the year wouldn't matter. Whether it was a '97 or '98... who's car did PD use was my response.
 
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Not sure if correct but this looks like a Nissan GTR facelift version to me.
 
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For those wondering about lack of Ferrari, the 2015 Paris Games Week GTS trailer also had no mention of Ferrari.
 
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Also there is a wierd lack of Nissan. Very wierd considering attention it got.
Not a SINGLE Nissan... That has probably never happened before in the history of Gran Turismo trailers. I could be wrong though.
 

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Not a SINGLE Nissan... That has probably never happened before in the history of Gran Turismo trailers. I could be wrong though.

You would be correct. There is usually at least one somewhere in a trailer (Assuming it isn't a Manufacturer specific one)
 
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Strangely enough, we’ve only seen one Vision car in the trailer, the Toyota FT-1 VGT Gr. 3.

To this day I'm gonna keep going on like a broken record about the fact that I have no idea whatsoever what the mysterious blue car is on the artwork of the game.
 
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*8C 2900B Lungo Berlinetta 1937
1937 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Lungo Berlinetta.

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I figured out the interior because I love prewar Alfas. :P
After looking at many close details, I found out the Alfa 8C 2900B in the GT7 teaser is not a 1937 but rather a 1938. Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera built five total "Lungo Berlinettas" (Long wheelbase sport coupes) between 1937 and 1938/39.
Chassis #412020 (1937)
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Chassis #412024 (1939)
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Chassis #412029 (1938)
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Chassis #412035 (1938)
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Chassis #412036 (1938)
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The interior shown in the trailer in no doubt chassis 412035 which was completed in the summer of 1938. This car, driven by Frank Griswold won the 1948 Watkins Glen Grand Prix.
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After looking at many close details, I found out the Alfa 8C 2900B in the GT7 teaser is not a 1937 but rather a 1938. Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera built five total "Lungo Berlinettas" (Long wheelbase sport coupes) between 1937 and 1938/39.
Chassis #412020 (1937)
3-8.jpg
IMG_3109pebblewinnner.jpg

Chassis #412024 (1939)
3888_10646390_13.jpg
3888_10646390_17.jpg

Chassis #412029 (1938)
Alfa-Romeo-8C-2900B-Lungo-Touring-Berlinetta-61567.jpg

Chassis #412035 (1938)
Alfa-Romeo-8C-2900B-Lungo-Touring-Berlinetta-30568.jpg
Alfa-Romeo-8C-2900B-Lungo-Touring-Berlinetta-30554.jpg

Chassis #412036 (1938)
Alfa-Romeo-8C-2900B-Lungo-Touring-Berlinetta-61559.jpg
Alfa-Romeo-2900-Berlinetta-interior-900x600.jpg


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The interior shown in the trailer in no doubt chassis 412035 which was completed in the summer of 1938. This car, driven by Frank Griswold won the 1948 Watkins Glen Grand Prix.
WATKINS-GLEN-THE-STREET-YEARS-1948-1952.jpg

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If they gonna start adding these types of cars, then what else could they add?

The 57 Atlantic?
 
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After looking at many close details, I found out the Alfa 8C 2900B in the GT7 teaser is not a 1937 but rather a 1938. Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera built five total "Lungo Berlinettas" (Long wheelbase sport coupes) between 1937 and 1938/39.
Chassis #412020 (1937)
3-8.jpg
IMG_3109pebblewinnner.jpg

Chassis #412024 (1939)
3888_10646390_13.jpg
3888_10646390_17.jpg

Chassis #412029 (1938)
Alfa-Romeo-8C-2900B-Lungo-Touring-Berlinetta-61567.jpg

Chassis #412035 (1938)
Alfa-Romeo-8C-2900B-Lungo-Touring-Berlinetta-30568.jpg
Alfa-Romeo-8C-2900B-Lungo-Touring-Berlinetta-30554.jpg

Chassis #412036 (1938)
Alfa-Romeo-8C-2900B-Lungo-Touring-Berlinetta-61559.jpg
Alfa-Romeo-2900-Berlinetta-interior-900x600.jpg


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The interior shown in the trailer in no doubt chassis 412035 which was completed in the summer of 1938. This car, driven by Frank Griswold won the 1948 Watkins Glen Grand Prix.
WATKINS-GLEN-THE-STREET-YEARS-1948-1952.jpg

View attachment 969752
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How come……
Someone is so free that he corrected something as trivial as this before others point out.
Salute to you.
 
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Can someone please break down the cars by Gr.? Would be nice to have a quick glance and see there are X amount of Gr.1, X amount of Gr.3, etc. cars available.

Could help when players are trying to calculate how much Cr. they need. Rather than having to look over each brand.
 

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Can someone please break down the cars by Gr.? Would be nice to have a quick glance and see there are X amount of Gr.1, X amount of Gr.3, etc. cars available.

Could help when players are trying to calculate how much Cr. they need. Rather than having to look over each brand.
In time, and with more cars confirmed, sure. For now it's not something I think is warranted - while it seems pretty likely that GT7 will continue with the GTS car classification system, we just have no reason to assume that it definitely will.
 
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Well this is interesting, found on gran Turismo Facebook group, Fiat coupe’ confirmed for GT7? and a Toyota Avanza in super realistic photomode(scape?) note (GR) logo.

Incredible lighting/ray tracing showcased in scapes on PS5?

At the moment nothing but rumors but looks promising.
 
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I don't think it would have weathershields on the windows. Sure, maybe that'd be a first for road cars(I think an in game classic race car, had a wind deflector on the door - maybe GT5?). Highly suspect though.