Gran Turismo 7 Rewiew 1,05-1.25 (A miss-shift to 8th gear) .

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Greetings to everyone checking this thread. I wanted to make this post sooner but everyday life got in the way. However, this turned out to be a good thing considering what happened for a period after the game released.
This review is kind of unorthodox as I cover things that have been fixed/changed therefore might not be relevant by the time you read this.
But I believe it’s important to do so because they effected the potential of the game. And we shouldn’t let this happen again. So think of this post as a 6 months in review.
Note: I won’t talk about graphics, damage and Scapes as I am a base PS4 user. So I haven’t experienced the full graphical potential and Scapes & damage hasn’t received any noticeable improvements as far as I can tell.
With this in mind thank you for reading.

Note: The physics portion is outdated pending testing.

Table of Contents.

Prologue
Menus
Content
Single Player
Multiplayer
Car Classification
Economy/Car acquitision
Customization/Tuning
Technical
Other
Conclution TLDR


Prologue

The 8th title of the main series had a lot to live up to coming after Gran Turismo Sport which was at least divisive. A while before the game was revealed, Kazunori Yamauchi stated that the game will be a combination of past, present and future. This is indeed the case, the elements from the past are nice, the present is… well… the present but if the design choices in the game are an indication of what’s to come, I’m worried.

People in the community have said that certain decisions were made by Sony but I don’t care, I’m not going to assign blame percentages. At the end of the day the game was given the OK to be released the way it did, with a year without any direct competition, and instead of making the game something to remember for years to come, they are sleeping at the wheel.

But let’s start with a positive. I know many people are upset about it because they feel they are held back, but I would like to thank Polyphony for releasing the game on PS4 because although I can understand the argument of the PS5 users, for me and I imagine for many others, a PS5 is not affordable at this time, especially after the recent price increase.

Menus

The menus are one of the few very good aspects of the game. From the World Map which is in my opinion the best Gran Turismo menu so far, and the garage with the multiple viewing angles to GT Auto, which feels more like an actual shop. All is not good however - the car presentation in Brand Central has taken a step back, the world circuits menu kind of kills the illusion of being a driver starting/completing your career (more on that bellow), but more importantly take a look at pre-race menu .

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Nothing wrong at first glance, but let’s say you regret your car choice for a specific event for whatever reason, in GT Sport you had the option to change the car on the spot.
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In GT7 though you are out of luck, but strangely you can do it on the fly when in arcade mode like before.

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But if you still fancy your chances opting on upgrading the bellow par car, don’t think for a moment you can do it on the spot, something you could do in Gran Turismo 5 a decade ago, you have to go all the way back to the tuning shop. Why? Because Rupert works his butt off 24/7 for you to have access to those parts and he is lonely you selfish player! Jokes aside, though this design choice alone will cost you far more time than what the SSD inside the next gen consoles will be able to save you. This got partially better with the introduction of the race shop in patch 1.18 for certain parts, but it’s still a change that created an issue that didn’t need to exist.

Content

Cars
GT7’s car list has grown over GT Sport as you would expect, with returning legends like the 1997 JGTC GT500 Castrol Tom’s Toyota Supra and long awaited additions like the Porsche Carrera GT. I admit like most people I expected many more cars on release, until I remembered Polyphony has switched to the live service model. Size isn’t the biggest problem however, in fact it’s a bit further back on the problem list. The No.1 problem in my opinion is this.

Number of new to series cars in every game since Gran Turismo 2 on release day.

1. Alfa Romeo 145 2.0 Cloverleaf
2. Alfa Romeo 155 2.0 TS 16V
3. Alfa Romeo 155 DTM 1995
4. Alfa Romeo 156 2.0 TS 16V
5. Alfa Romeo 156 2.5 V6 24V
6. Alfa Romeo 166 2.0 TS 16V
7. Alfa Romeo 166 2.5 V6 24V
8. Alfa Romeo 166 3.0 V6 24V
9. Alfa Romeo GTV 2.0 TS 16V
10. Alfa Romeo GTV 3.0 V6 24V
11. Alfa Romeo Spider 2.0 TS
12. Aston Martin DB6
13. Aston Martin V8 Vantage
14. Audi A3
15. Audi S3
16. Audi A4 2.8 Quattro
17. Audi S4
18. Audi TT 1.8T Quattro
19. Audi TT LM Edition
20. BMW 320Ci
21. BMW 323Ci
22. BMW 323ti Compact
23. BMW 328Ci
24. BMW 328i
25. BMW 528i
26. BMW 740i
27. BMW 840Ci
28. Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray '67
29. Chevrolet Camaro Z28 '69
30. Chevrolet Corvette 427 Stingray '69
31. Chevrolet Corvette Stingray '82
32. Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 '95
33. Chevrolet Camaro SS '97
34. Chrysler Phaeton
35. Citroën Saxo 1.6i VTS
36. Citroën Saxo Rally Car
37. Citroën Xantia 3.0i V6 Exclusive
38. Citroën Xsara 1.8i 16V Exclusive
39. Citroën Xsara Rally Car
40. Daihatsu Midget II D-type
41. Daihatsu Mira TR-XX '90
42. Daihatsu Move CX '95
43. Daihatsu Move SR-XX (2WD) '97
44. Daihatsu Move SR-XX (4WD) '97
45. Daihatsu Opti Club Sport (2WD) '97
46. Daihatsu Opti Club Sport (4WD) '97
47. Daihatsu Cuore TR (Aero Package) '98
48. Daihatsu Mira TX (4WD) '98
49. Daihatsu Move Custom Aero Down '98
50. Daihatsu Move SR-XX (4WD) '98
51. Daihatsu Opti Aerodown Beex (4WD) '98
52. Daihatsu Storia CX (2WD) '98
53. Daihatsu Storia CX (4WD) '98
54. Daihatsu Storia X4 '98
55. Daihatsu Storia Rally Car
56. Daihatsu Terios Kid Aerodown '98
57. Datsun 240Z 240ZG (HS30,J) '71
58. Dodge Avenger ES
59. Dodge Challenger
60. Dodge Charger '71
61. Dodge Concept Car
62. Dodge Concept Car LM Edition
63. Dodge Intrepid ES
64. Dodge Neon ACR
65. Dodge Neon R/T
66. Dodge Stratus ES
67. Dodge Viper GTS '99
68. Dodge Viper GTS-R Team Oreca '99
69. STP Taisan Dodge Viper GT500 '99
70. Fiat 500 Sporting
71. Fiat 500R
72. Fiat 600 Sporting
73. Fiat Barchetta
74. Fiat Coupe 2.0 20V Turbo
75. Fiat Punto GT
76. Ford Cougar 2.5i 24V
77. Ford Escort WRC
78. Ford Focus 1.8i Zetec
79. Ford Focus Ghia 2.0i Zetec
80. Ford Focus WRC test car
81. Ford GT40 Mark I ’66
82. Ford GT40 Race Car '69
83. Ford GT90
84. Ford Ka
85. Ford Mondeo Ghia X 2.5i 24V
86. Ford Mustang GT '99
87. Ford Mustang SVT Cobra '99
88. Ford Puma 1.7 Zetec-SE VCT
89. Ford RS200
90. Ford Taurus SHO '99
91. HKS Drag 180SX
92. HKS R33 Drag GT-R
93. Honda Beat '91
94. Honda Integra Type R '95
95. Honda Accord SiR-T '97
96. Honda Accord Wagon 2300VTL '97
97. Honda Accord SiR-T '98
98. Honda Accord Type-R
99. Honda Accord Wagon SiR '98
100. Honda Civic SiR (EK) '98
101. Honda Civic Ferio Si (EK) '98
102. Honda Civic Type R (EK) '98
103. Honda Integra SiR-G '98
104. Honda Integra Type R '98
105. Honda Life T '98
106. Honda Logo TS '98
107. Mugen Honda NSX GT500 '98
108. Honda Prelude SiR '98
109. Honda Prelude SiR S spec '98
110. Honda Z Turbo '98
111. Takata Honda NSX GT500 '99
112. Honda S2000 ‘99
113. Honda S2000 GT1
114. Jaguar XJ220 ‘92
115. Jaguar XJ Sport 3.2
116. Jaguar XJR
117. Jaguar XJR15
118. Jaguar XK8 Coupe
119. Jaguar XKR
120. Lancia Stratos ‘73
121. Lancia Delta S4 ‘85
122. Lancia Delta HF Integrale
123. Lancia Delta HF Integrale Collezione
124. Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione ‘91
125. Lancia Y 1.2 16V
126. Lister Storm V12
127. Lotus Elan S2 '64
128. Lotus Elan S4 Sprint '71
129. Lotus Elan S2 '90
130. Lotus Elise 111S
131. Lotus Elise 135
132. Lotus Elise 190
133. Lotus Elise GT1
134. Lotus Motorsport Elise Concept
135. Lotus Esprit GT1
136. Lotus Esprit Sport 350
137. Lotus Esprit V8 GT
138. Lotus Esprit V8 SE
139. Lotus Europa
140. Mazda RX-7 GT-Turbo (SA22C) '83
141. Mazda Familia Interplay '89
142. Mazda MX-5 '89
143. Mazda RX-7 Cabriolet '90
144. Mazda AZ-1 '91
145. Mazda AZ-1 A-spec '91
146. Mazda 323 GT-R '92
147. Mazda 323 GT-X '92
148. Mazda MX-5 V-Special '93
149. Mazda RX-7 A-spec '96
150. Mazda RX-7 Type RZ '96
151. Mazda RX-7 Type RB (FD) '97
152. Mazda RX-7 Type RS '97
153. Mazda RX-7 Type RS-R (FD) '97
154. Mazda RX-7 Type RZ '97
155. Mazda Demio GL-X Special '98
156. Mazda MX-5 1.6 S Package '98
157. Mazda MX-5 1.8 RS '98
158. Mazda MX-5 1.8 VS '98
159. Mazda RX-7 Type R (FD) '98
160. Mazda RX-7 Type RB (FD) '98
161. Mazda RX-7 Type RS '98
162. Mazda Demio GL-X '99
163. Mazda 323F S-Wagon '99
164. Mazda RX-7 GT-C '99
165. Mazda MX-5 A Spec
166. Mazda MX-5 B Spec
167. Mazda MX-5 C Spec
168. Mazda RX-7 A-spec LM Edition
169. Mazda RX-7 GT-C LM Edition
170. Mercedes-Benz A 160 Avantgarde
171. Mercedes-Benz AMG C 43
172. Mercedes-Benz CLK 200 Sport
173. Mercedes-Benz CLK 320 Sport
174. Mercedes-Benz SLK 230 Kompressor
175. Mercury Cougar '99
176. Mercury Cougar XR-7 '67
177. MG MGF 1.8i VVC
178. Mine's Lancer Evolution V
179. Mine's R32.5 Skyline GT-R
180. Mine's R33 Skyline GT-R
181. Mine's R34 Skyline GT-R
182. Mini 1.3
183. Mini Cooper 1.3i ‘98
184. Rover Mini Cooper 1275S Mark 1
185. Mitsubishi Minica Dangan ZZ '90
186. Mitsubishi Eclipse GS-T
187. Mitsubishi Legnum ST '97
188. Mitsubishi Mirage Asti ZR '97
189. Mitsubishi Mirage Cyborg-ZR '97
190. Mitsubishi Pajero Mini VR-II '97
191. Mitsubishi Galant Super VR4 '98
192. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V GSR '98
193. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V WRC '98
194. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V RS '98
195. Mitsubishi Legnum Super VR4 '98
196. Mitsubishi Minica Pj '98
197. Mitsubishi Mirage Asti RX-R '98
198. Mitsubishi Pajero Mini Sport '98
199. Mitsubishi Taeivon FTO GT300 '99
200. Mitsubishi Galant VR-4 '99
201. Mitsubishi Galant VR-G '99
202. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI GSR '99
203. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI WRC '99
204. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI RS '99
205. Mitsubishi Legnum ST '99
206. Mitsubishi Legnum VR-4 type-S '99
207. Mitsubishi GTO Twin Turbo '99
208. Mitsubishi GTO LM Edition '99
209. Mugen Accord SIR-T
210. Mugen Accord Wagon
211. Mugen Beat
212. Mugen Civic Type-R
213. Mugen CR-X Pro II
214. Mugen CR-X Pro III
215. Mugen Civic Ferio
216. Mugen Integra Type-R
217. Mugen Prelude Type-S
218. Nismo 270R ‘94
219. Nissan Skyline 2000 RS-X (DR30) '84
220. Nissan March Super Turbo '89
221. Nissan 200SX '95 (PAL)
222. Nissan 300ZX GT '97
223. Nissan March G♯ '97
224. Nissan Pulsar Serie VZ-R '97
225. Nissan Pulsar Serie VZ-R N1 '97
226. Nissan R390 GT1 Race Car '97
227. Nissan R390 GT1 Road Car '97
228. Nissan Skyline GT-R 4Door (R33) '97
229. Zexel Nissan Skyline GT-R R33 GT500 '97
230. Nissan Stagea RS Four V '97
231. Nissan 200SX '98 (PAL)
232. Nissan 300ZX Version R 2by2 '98
233. Nissan Cube X '98
234. Nissan Fairlady Z 300ZX Version S 2seater (Z32) '98
235. Nissan Fairlady Z 300ZX Version S 2seater Twin Turbo (Z32) '98
236. Nissan Primera 2.0Te-V ‘98
237. Nissan Primera Wagon ‘98
238. Nissan R390 GT1 Race Car '98
239. Nissan R390 GT1 Road Car '98
240. Nissan Silvia K's Aero SE (S14) '98
241. Nissan Skyline 25GT Turbo (R34) '98
242. Nissan Stagea 25t RS Four V '98
243. Nissan Stagea Autech Version 260RS '98
244. Daishin Nissan Silvia GT300 '99
245. Nissan Silvia Spec R '99
246. Nissan Silvia Spec R Aero '99
247. Nissan Silvia Spec S '99
248. Nissan Silvia Spec S Aero '99
249. Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34) '99
250. Calsonic Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 GT500 '99
251. Unisia JecsNissan Skyline GT-R R34 GT500 '99
252. Nissan Skyline GT-R V-spec (R34) '99
253. Nissan Skyline 280 Type MR
254. Nissan GT-R 4Door Tuned by Nismo
255. Nissan Skyline Silhouette Foumula (R30)
256. Nissan Stagea 260RS Tuned by Nismo
257. Opel Astra SRi 2.0i 16V [D] [RM]
258. Opel Calibra DTM ‘95
259. Opel Corsa Sport 1.6i 16V
260. Opel Tigra 1.6i
261. Opel Tigra Ice Race Car
262. Opel Vectra GSi 2.5 V6
263. Peugeot 106 1.6 Rallye
264. Peugeot 106 1.6 S16
265. Peugeot 206 WRC ‘99
266. Peugeot 206 S16
267. Peugeot 306 S16
268. Peugeot 406 3.0 V6 Coupe
269. Peugeot 406 Sedan
270. Plymouth Cuda '70
271. Plymouth GTX
272. Plymouth Muscle Car
273. Plymouth PT Spyder
274. Plymouth Superbird
275. RE Amemiya Matsukiyo RX-7 '99
276. Renault Clio 16V
277. Renault Clio Sport V6 Concept ‘98
278. Renault Espace F1
279. Renault Laguna V6
280. Renault Megane 2.0 16V Coupe
281. RUF BTR Type I
282. RUF BTR Type II
283. RUF BTR2
284. RUF BTR4
285. RUF CTR Yellow Bird
286. RUF CTR2
287. RUF CTR2 Sport
288. RUF RCT
289. RUF Turbo-R
290. Saleen SR Widebody
291. Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe '64
292. Shelby GT350 '65
293. Shelby Cobra 427 '67
294. Shelby GT500 '68
295. Shelby GT500KR '68 (NTSC-J 1.0)
296. Shelby Series 1 ‘98
297. Spoon Civic Type-R
298. Spoon Integra Type-R
299. Spoon S2000
300. Subaru Forester S/tb '97
301. Subaru Impreza Coupe WRX Type R STi Version IV '97
302. Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STi Version IV '97
303. Subaru Impreza Sport Wagon WRX STi Version IV '97
304. Subaru Legacy Touring Wagon GT-B Limited '97
305. Subaru Vivio '97
306. Subaru Vivio RX-R '97
307. Subaru Vivio RX-RA '97
308. Subaru Impreza 22B 98
309. Subaru Impreza Coupe WRX Type R STi Version V '98
310. Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX '98
311. Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STi Version V '98
312. Subaru Impreza Sport Wagon WRX '98
313. Subaru Impreza Sport Wagon WRX STi Version V '98
314. Subaru Legacy B4 RSK '98
315. Subaru Impreza Coupe WRX Type R STi Version VI '99
316. Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX Type RA STi Version VI '99
317. Subaru Impreza Sport Wagon WRX STi Version VI '99
318. Cusco Subaru Impreza GT300 '99
319. Subaru Impreza WRC ‘99
320. Suzuki Alto Works RS/X '90
321. Suzuki Cervo Mode SR-Four '90
322. Suzuki Selvo Mode SR-Four '90
323. Suzuki Cappuccino '95
324. Suzuki Wagon R Turbo RT/S '95
325. Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak Version ‘96
326. Suzuki Alto Works Limited '97
327. Suzuki Alto Works RS/Z '97
328. Suzuki Wagon R Aero RS '97
329. Suzuki Wagon R Column FT '97
330. Suzuki Alto Works RS/Z '98
331. Suzuki Kei S '98
332. Suzuki Wagon R RR '98
333. Suzuki Cultus Pikes Peak Version
334. Tommy Kaira m13 (Stage II)
335. Tommy Kaira M30 (GTS) '87
336. Tommy Kaira M30 (GTS-R) '91
337. Tommy kaira R '95
338. Tommy kaira R '99
339. Tommy Kaira ZZ-S Coupe
340. Tommy Kaira ZZ II
341. Tommy Kaira ZZ III
342. Tom's Angel T01
343. Tom's Supra
344. Tom's T020
345. Tom's T111
346. Toyota 2000GT ‘67
347. Toyota Celica XX 2800GT '81
348. Toyota Starlet 3 Door Turbo S '82
349. Toyota MR2 1600 G-Limited Supercharger '86
350. Toyota Starlet 3 Door Turbo S '87
351. Toyota Aristo 3.0V '91
352. Toyota Celica GT-R 4WS (ST183) '91
353. Toyota Celica GT-Four (ST185) '91
354. Toyota Celica GT-Four RC (ST185) '91
355. Toyota MR Spider '96
356. Toyota Aristo V300 '97
357. Toyota Caldina GT-T '97
358. Toyota Celica SS-III (ST202) '97
359. Toyota Prius '97
360. Toyota Supra RZ '97
361. Toyota Supra SZ-R '97
362. Toyota Altezza AS200 '98 (NTSC/NTSC-J)
363. Toyota Altezza RS200 '98
364. Toyota Corolla WRC '98
365. Toyota GT-ONE '98
366. Toyota GT-ONE Road Car '98
367. Toyota MR2 G-Limited '98
368. Toyota MR2 GT-S '98
369. Toyota Sprinter Trueno BZ-R '98
370. Toyota Starlet Glanza V '98
371. Wedssport Toyota Celica GT300 '99
372. Toyota Celica Mechanical Sports Version (ZZT231) '99
373. Toyota Celica Rally Car
374. Toyota Celica SS-II '99
375. Toyota GT-ONE ‘99
376. Momo Corse Toyota MR2 GT300 '99
377. Toyota MR-S S edition '99
378. Castrol Tom’s Toyota Supra GT500 '99
379. BP Apex Kraft Toyota Trueno AE86 GT300 ‘99
380. Toyota Vitz F '99
381. Toyota Altezza 280T
382. Toyota Altezza LM Edition
383. TRD Chaser TRD Sports X30
384. TRD 2000GT
385. TRD 3000GT
386. TVR Cerbera 4.2
387. TVR Cerbera Speed 6
388. TVR Chimaera 4.0
389. TVR Chimaera 4.5
390. TVR Chimaera 5.0
391. TVR Speed Cerbera 12 concept
392. TVR Tuscan Speed 6 Concept
393. Vector M12
394. Vector M12 LM Edition
395. Wiegert Vector W8 Twin Turbo
396. Venturi Atlantique 300
397. Venturi Atlantique 400 GT
398. Venturi Atlantique 600 LM
399. Volkswagen Golf IV 2.3 V5
400. Volkswagen Golf IV GTI
401. Volkswagen Golf IV GTI 1.8T
402. Volkswagen Golf IV V6
403. Volkswagen Lupo 1.4
404. Volkswagen New Beetle GLS 2.0
405. Volkswagen New Beetle GT

1. Acura CL 3.2 Type-S ‘01
2. Acura Integra Type R ‘01
3. Acura RSX Type-S ‘01
4. Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Coupe ‘00
5. Aston Martin Vanquish ‘00
6. Chevrolet Camaro SS ‘00
7. Chevrolet Corvette C5.R ‘00
8. Chevrolet Corvette C5 Z06 ‘00
9. Chevrolet Camaro LM Race Car
10. Dodge Viper GTS-R Concept ‘00
11. Chrysler PT Cruiser ‘00
12. Citroën Xsara Kit Car ‘99
13. Daihatsu Mira TR-XX Avanzato R ‘97
14. Daihatsu Storia X4 ‘00
15. Dodge Viper GTS-R Team Oreca ‘00
16. Fiat Coupe Turbo Plus ‘00
17. Ford Mustang SVT Cobra R ‘00
18. Gillet Vertigo Race Car ‘97
19. Honda Accord Euro-R ‘00
20. Honda Integra Type R (DC2) '99
21. Castrol Mugen Honda NSX JGTC ‘00
22. Honda S2000 Type V ‘00
23. Honda S2000 LM Race Car
24. Jaguar XJ220 LM Race Car
25. Lamborghini Nomad Diablo GT1 ’00 (NTSC-J)
26. Lancia Delta HF Integrale WRC ‘92
27. Lister Storm V12 GT2 ‘99
28. Lotus Motor Sport Elise ‘00
29. Mazda 787B ‘91
30. Mazda Eunos Roadster SR-Limited (NA) '97 (NTSC-J)
31. Mazda MX-5 1800 RS (NB, J) '00
32. Mazda RX-7 Type RZ (FD) '00
33. Mazda RX-7 LM Race Car ‘01
34. Mazda RX-8 Concept (Type-I) '01
35. Mercedes-Benz CL 600 '00
36. Mercedes-Benz CLK 55 AMG '00
37. Mercedes-Benz CLK DTM '00
38. Mine's Lancer Evolution VI ‘00
39. Mine's Skyline GT-R N1 V –spec (R34) ‘00
40. Mitsubishi GTO Twin Turbo '98
41. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI GSR Tommi Makinen Edition Special Color Package '99
42. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI WRC '99
43. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII GSR '01
44. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII RS '01
45. Mitsubishi FTO LM Race Car
46. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII WRC Prototype
47. Mugen S2000 ‘00
48. Nismo Skyline GT-R R-tune (R34) '99
49. Nismo Skyline GT-R S-tune (R32) '00
50. C-West Razo Nissan Silvia JGTC ‘01
51. Calsonic Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 JGTC ‘00
52. Nissan Silvia Varietta (S15) ‘00
53. Nissan Z Concept
54. Opel Astra V8 Coupe DTM ‘00
55. Opel Calibra DTM ‘94
56. Opel Speedster ‘00
57. Pagani Zonda C12 ‘00
58. Pagani Zonda C12S ‘00
59. Pagani Zonda LM Race Car
60. Panoz Esperante GTR-1 '98
61. Polyphony Digital F090/S (NTSC/NTSC-J)
62. Polyphony Digital F094/H (NTSC/NTSC-J)
63. Polyphony Digital F094/S (NTSC/NTSC-J)
64. Polyphony Digital F686/M (NTSC/NTSC-J)
65. Polyphony Digital F687/S (NTSC/NTSC-J)
66. Polyphony Digital F688/S (NTSC/NTSC-J)
67. Polyphony 001 (PAL)
68. Polyphony 002 (PAL)
69. Renault Sport Clio V6 24V '00
70. Renault Sport Clio Trophy V6 24V '00
71. RUF 3400S ‘00
72. RUF RGT ‘00
73. Spoon Civic Type-R (EK9) ‘00
74. Spoon S2000 Race Car ‘00
75. Spoon S2000 ‘00
76. Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STi (Type-I) '00
77. Subaru Impreza Sport Wagon STi (Type-I) '00
78. Subaru Impreza WRC Prototype ‘01
79. Subaru Impreza LM Race Car
80. Suzuki Alto Works Suzuki Sports Limited ‘97
81. Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak Version ‘98
82. Tickford Falcon XR8 V8 Supercar ‘00
83. Tom's Chaser X540 ‘00
84. Tommy kaira ZZ II ‘00
85. Toyota Celica GT-Four WRC (ST205) ‘95
86. Toyota MR2 G-Limited '97
87. Toyota MR2 GT-S '97
88. Toyota Celica GT-Four (ST205) ‘98
89. Toyota Super Autobacs APEX MR-S JGTC ‘00
90. Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT-Apex (AE86) Shuichi Shigeno version ‘00
91. Castrol Tom's Toyota Supra JGTC ‘00
92. Toyota Vitz Euro Sport Edition ‘00
93. Toyota Vitz RS 1.5 ‘00
94. Toyota Altezza LM Race Car
95. TRD Celica TRD Sports M (ZZT231) '00
96. TVR Cerbera Speed 12 ‘00
97. TVR Tuscan Speed 6 ‘00
98. Volkswagen Lupo Cup Car ‘00
99. Volkswagen New Beetle 2.0 ‘00
100. Volkswagen New Beetle Cup Car ‘00
101. Volkswagen New Beetle RSi ‘00

1. ASL Garaiya ‘00
2. Audi RS 4 '01
3. Audi RS 6 '02
4. Audi RS 6 Avant '02
5. Abt Audi TT-R '02
6. Cadillac Cien Concept '02
7. Chrysler Crossfire concept ‘02
8. Daihatsu Copen Active Top '02
9. Dome Zero Concept '78
10. Ford Focus RS ‘02
11. Ford GT Concept ‘02
12. Ford GT LM Race Car
13. Ford Ka '01
14. Honda Civic Type-R (EP3) '01
15. Honda Dualnote Concept ‘01
16. Honda FIT W '01
17. Honda Integra Type R (DC5) '03
18. Honda Integra Type R (DC5) LM Edition
19. Mobil 1 Honda NSX JGTC '01
20. Honda NSX-R Concept ‘01
21. Honda S2000 '01
22. Honda NSX-R Prototype LM Road Car
23. Honda NSX-R Prototype LM Race Car
24. Hyundai Accent WRC ‘01
25. Hyundai Clix Concept '01
26. Hyundai Coupe FX '01
27. Infiniti FX45 Concept ‘02
28. Infiniti G35 Sedan ‘03
29. Jaguar S-Type R ‘02
30. Jaguar XKR R-Performance ‘02
31. Lotus Elise '00
32. Lotus Elise Type 72 '01
33. Mazda Atenza Concept ‘01
34. Mazda RX-8 Concept (Type-II) '01
35. Mazda RX-7 Type R Bathurst R (FD) '01
36. Mazda RX-7 Spirit R Type A (FD) '02
37. Mazda Atenza LM Edition
38. Mazda RX-8 LM Race Car
39. Mercedes-Benz SL 500 (R230) '02
40. Mercedes-Benz SL 55 AMG (R230) '02
41. Mini Cooper S ‘02
42. Mitsubishi CZ-3 '01
43. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII WRC '01
44. Mitsubishi Airtrek Turbo-R ‘02
45. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII GT-A '02
46. Mitsubishi CZ-3 Tarmac Rally Car
47. Nissan GT-R Concept ‘01
48. Nissan MM-R Cup Car ‘01
49. Nissan Primera 20V ‘01
50. Pennzoil Zexel Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 JGTC ‘01
51. Nissan Skyline GT-R M-spec (R34) ‘01
52. Nissan Skyline Sedan 350GT ‘01
53. Nismo Fairlady Z S-tune concept by Gran Turismo (Z33) '02
54. Nissan Fairlady Z Version S (Z33) '02
55. Nissan MM ‘02
56. Nissan 350Z (Z33, US) '03
57. Nissan Fairlady Z Concept LM Race Car
58. Nissan GT-R Concept LM Race Car
59. Pagani Zonda C12S '02
60. Pontiac Solstice Coupe Concept '02
61. Renault Sport Clio 2.0 16V '02
62. Spyker C8 Laviolette ’01
63. Subaru Impreza WRX STi Prodrive Style (Type-I) '01
64. Subaru Impreza WRC ‘01
65. Subaru Impreza WRC ‘03
66. Suzuki GSX-R/4 Concept ‘01
67. Toyota Altezza Gita AS300 ’01
68. Esso Ultraflo Toyota Supra JGTC ‘01
69. Toyota RSC ‘01
70. Toyota WiLL VS ‘01
71. Toyota POD
72. Toyota RSC Rally Car
73. Volkswagen Golf IV GTI ‘01
74. Volkswagen Lupo GTi ‘01
75. Volkswagen Nardo W12 Concept ‘01

1. BMW Concept M5 ‘04
2. Chevrolet Corvette Stingray L46 350 (C3) '69
3. Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 '70
4. Honda 1300 Coupe 9 S ‘70
5. Honda HSC '03
6. Takata Dome Honda NSX JGTC '03
7. Honda Odyssey ‘03
8. Honda S2000 '03
9. Mazda Demio Sport ‘03
10. Mazda Kusabi ‘03
11. Mazda RX-8 Type S '03
12. McLaren F1 GTR Longtail ‘97
13. Mitsubishi Lancer 1600 GSR '73
14. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV WRC '97
15. Mitsubishi Colt 1.5 Sport X Version '02
16. Mitsubishi I Concept '02
17. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII GSR '03
18. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII MR '03
19. Nissan Skylline GT-R V-spec II Nür (R34) '02
20. Nismo Fairlady Z Z-tune (Z33) '03
21. Nissan Micra 12c 5door (K12) '03
22. Nissan Skyline Coupe 350GT '03
23. Xanavi Nismo Nissan GT-R JGTC '03
24. Spoon Fit Race Car '03
25. Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STi (Type-II) '02
26. Cusco Advan Subaru Impreza JGTC '03
27. Subaru Legacy B4 2.0GT '03
28. Subaru Legacy B4 2.0GT Spec B (J) '03
29. Subaru Legacy B4 3.0R '03
30. Subaru Legacy Touring Wagon 2.0GT '03
31. Subaru Legacy Touring Wagon 2.0GT Spec B (J) '03
32. Subaru Legacy Touring Wagon 3.0R '03
33. Suzuki Cappuccino (EA11R) '91
34. Suzuki Concept-S2 '03
35. Toyota bB Z 1.5 X Version '00
36. Toyota ist 1.5S '02
37. Toyota Prius G Touring Selection (J) '03
38. Woodone Tom’s Toyota Supra JGTC '03
39. Toyota Motor Triathlon Race Car '04
40. Trial Celica SS-II (ZZT231) '03
41. Volkswagen Lupo GTI Cup Car (J) '03

  1. AC Cars 427 S/C '66
  2. Acura CL 3.2 Type-S '03
  3. Acura NSX '04
  4. Acura RSX Type-S '04
  5. Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale '63
  6. Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA 1600 '65
  7. Alfa Romeo Spider 1600 Duetto '66
  8. Alfa Romeo 155 2.5 V6 TI '93
  9. Alfa Romeo GTV 3.0 V6 24V '01
  10. Alfa Romeo Spider 3.0i V6 24V '01
  11. Alfa Romeo 147 2.0 Twinspark '02
  12. Alfa Romeo 147 GTA '02
  13. Alfa Romeo GT 3.2 V6 24V '04 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  14. Alpine A110 1600S '73
  15. Alpine A310 1600VE '73
  16. Amuse Carbon R (R34) '04
  17. Amuse S2000 GT1 '04
  18. Amuse S2000 R1 '04
  19. Amuse S2000 Street Version '04
  20. ARTA ASL Garaiya (JGTC) '03
  21. Aston Martin DB9 Coupe '03
  22. Aston Martin Vanquish '04
  23. Audi Quattro '82
  24. Audi R8 '01
  25. Audi A2 1.4 '02
  26. Audi S3 '02
  27. Audi A3 3.2 Quattro '03
  28. Audi S4 '03
  29. Audi Le Mans Quattro '03
  30. Audi Nuvolari Quattro '03 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  31. Audi Pikes Peak Quattro '03 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  32. Audi TT Coupe 3.2 Quattro '03
  33. Audi A4 DTM '04
  34. Autobianchi A112 Abarth '79
  35. Auto Union V16 Type C Streamline '1937 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  36. Bentley Speed 8 '03
  37. Blitz ER34 D1 spec 2004 (D1GP) '04
  38. BMW 2002 Turbo '73
  39. BMW M Coupe '98
  40. BMW V12 LMR '99
  41. BMW M3 GTR GT (E46) '01
  42. BMW 320i Super 2000 ETCC '03
  43. BMW M3 CSL (E46) '03
  44. BMW M3 GTR (E46) '03
  45. BMW Z4 '03
  46. BMW 120d '04
  47. BMW 120i '04
  48. BMW M3 (E46) '04
  49. BMW 330i '05
  50. BMW M5 (E60) '05
  51. Buick Special '62
  52. Buick GNX '87
  53. Callaway C12 '03
  54. Caterham Seven Fire Blade '02
  55. Chaparral 2D '67 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  56. Chaparral 2J '70 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  57. Chevrolet Corvette Convertible (C1) '54
  58. Chevrolet Corvette Coupe (C2) '63
  59. Chevrolet Corvette Coupe (C2) Race Car '63
  60. Chevrolet Camaro SS '69
  61. Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z Concept '88
  62. Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 (C4) '90
  63. Chevrolet Silverado SST Concept '02
  64. Chevrolet SSR '03
  65. Chrysler Prowler '02
  66. Chrysler Crossfire '04
  67. Chrysler 300C '05 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  68. Citroën 2CV Type A '54
  69. Citroën C3 1.6 '02
  70. Citroën C5 V6 Exclusive '03
  71. Citroën Xsara VTR '03
  72. Cizeta V16T '94
  73. Daihatsu Midget '63
  74. Daihatsu Copen Detachable Top '02
  75. Daihatsu Move Custom RS Limited '02
  76. DMC DeLorean S2 '04
  77. Dodge Charger 440 R/T '70
  78. Dodge Charger Super Bee 426 Hemi ‘71
  79. Dodge Neon SRT4 '03
  80. Dodge Viper SRT10 '03
  81. Dodge RAM 1500 Laramie Hemi Quad Cab '04
  82. Eagle Talon Esi '97
  83. Fiat 500F '65
  84. Fiat Panda Super i.e. '90
  85. Fiat Barchetta Giovane Due '00
  86. Fiat Punto HGT Abarth '00
  87. Ford Model T Tourer '1915
  88. Ford RS200 Rally Car '85
  89. Ford Focus ST170 '03
  90. Ford SVT F-150 Lightning '03
  91. Ford GT LM Race Car Spec II '04
  92. Ford GT '05
  93. Ford Mustang GT '05
  94. FPV F6 Typhoon '04
  95. FPV GT '04
  96. Gillet Vertigo Race Car '04
  97. Ginetta G4 '64
  98. HKS Genki Hyper Silvia RS2 (D1GP) '04
  99. Holden Commodore SS '04
  100. Holden Monaro CV8 '04
  101. Hommell Berlinette R/S Coupe '99
  102. Honda S500 '63
  103. Honda S600 '64
  104. Honda S800 '66
  105. Honda N360 '67
  106. Honda S800 RSC Race Car '68
  107. Honda Z Act '70
  108. Honda Life Step Van ‘72
  109. Honda Civic 1500 3door CX '79
  110. Honda Ballade Sports CR-X 1.5i '83
  111. Honda City Turbo II '83
  112. Honda Civic 1500 3door 25i '83
  113. Honda Today G '85
  114. Honda Accord Coupe '88
  115. Honda Civic SiR-II (EG) '95
  116. Honda Gathers Drider Civic Race Car '98
  117. Honda Insight '99
  118. Honda Accord Euro-R '02
  119. Honda NSX Type R '02
  120. Honda Accord Coupe EX '03
  121. Honda Element '03
  122. Honda Civic Type R (EP3) '04
  123. HPA Motorsports Stage II R32 '04 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  124. Hyundai Tiburon Turbulence '99 (Korean)
  125. Hyundai Tuscani CCS '03 (Korean)
  126. Hyundai Click Type-R '04 (Korean)
  127. Isuzu 117 Coupe '68
  128. Isuzu Bellett 1600 GT-R '69
  129. Isuzu Piazza XE '81
  130. Jaguar E-Type Coupe '61
  131. Jaguar XJR-9 LM '88 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  132. Jay Leno Tank Car '03
  133. Jensen Interceptor MkIII '74
  134. Lancia Stratos Rally Car '77
  135. Land Rover Range Stormer Concept '04
  136. Lexus IS 200 GT-1 '04 (Korean)
  137. Lotus Elan S1 '62
  138. Lotus Europa Special '71
  139. Lotus Esprit Turbo HC '87
  140. Lotus Carlton '90
  141. Lotus Esprit V8 '02
  142. Lotus Elise 111S '03
  143. Lotus Elise 111R '04
  144. Marcos Mini Marcos GT '70
  145. Mazda Carol 360 Deluxe '62
  146. Mazda 110S (L10A) '67
  147. Mazda 110S (L10B) '68
  148. Mazda Eunos Roadster J-Limited (NA) '91
  149. Mazda Eunos Roadster S-Special Type I (NA) '95
  150. Mazda Eunos Roadster VR-Limited (NA) '95
  151. Mazda éfini RX-7 Type RZ (FD) '96
  152. Mazda Familia Sedan Sport 20 '02
  153. Mazda Atenza Sports 23Z '03
  154. BP Falkenn Mazda RX-7 (D1GP) '03
  155. Mazda RX-8 '03
  156. Mazda RX-8 Type S '03
  157. Mazda MX-5 1600 NR-A (NB, J) '04 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  158. Mazda MX-5 1800 NR-A (NB, J) '04 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  159. Mazda MX-Crossport Concept '05 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  160. Mazdaspeed 6 '05
  161. Benz Patent Motor Wagen '1986
  162. Daimler Motor Carriage '1986
  163. Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Coupe '54
  164. Sauber Mercedes C9 '89
  165. Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.5 - 16 Evolution II '91
  166. Mercedes-Benz AMG Mercedes 190 E 2.5 - 16 Evolution II DTM '92
  167. Mercedes-Benz A 160 Avantgarde '98
  168. Mercedes-Benz CLK-LM '98
  169. Mercedes-Benz SL 500 (R129) '98
  170. Mercedes-Benz SL 600 (R129) '98
  171. Mercedes-Benz E 55 AMG '02
  172. Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren '03
  173. Mercedes-Benz SL 600 (R230) '04
  174. Mercedes-Benz SL 65 AMG (R230) '04
  175. MG MGF '97
  176. MG TF160 '03
  177. Mini Cooper '02
  178. Mini ONE '02
  179. Mitsubishi Galant GTO MR '70
  180. Mitsubishi Lancer 1600 GSR Rally Car '74
  181. Mitsubishi Mirage 1400GLX '78
  182. Mitsubishi Lancer EX 1800GSR IC Turbo '83
  183. Mitsubishi Starion 4WD Group B Prototype '84
  184. Mitsubishi Pajero Rally Raid Car '85
  185. Mitsubishi Galant 2.0 DOHC Turbo VR-4 '89
  186. Mitsubishi HSR-II Concept '89
  187. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution GSR '92
  188. Mitsubishi GTO SR '98
  189. Mitsubishi GTO Twin Turbo MR '98
  190. Mitsubishi Legnum VR-4 Type V '98
  191. Mitsubishi FTO GP Version R '99
  192. Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder GTS '03
  193. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII RS '03
  194. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Super Rally Car '03
  195. Mitsubishi Pajero Evolution Rally Raid Car '03
  196. Mitsubishi Eclipse GT '06 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  197. Mitsubishi FTO Super Touring Car
  198. Nike One 2022
  199. Nissan Skyline Sport Coupe (BLRA-3) '62
  200. Nissan Skyline 1500 Deluxe (S50D-1) '63
  201. Nissan Silvia (CSP311) '65
  202. Nissan Skyline 2000GT-B (S54A) '67
  203. Nissan Fairlady 2000 (SR311) '68
  204. Nissan Bluebird 1600 Deluxe (510) '69
  205. Nissan Bluebird Rally Car (510) '69
  206. Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R (KPGC110) '73
  207. Nissan Fairlady Z 280Z-L 2seater (S130) '78
  208. Nissan Bluebird Hardtop 1800SSS (910) '79
  209. Nissan Fairlady Z 300ZX (Z31) '83
  210. Nissan Silvia 240RS (S110) '83
  211. Nissan Skyline Hard Top 2000 Turbo RS (R30) '83
  212. Nissan 240RS Rally Car '85
  213. Nissan Be-1 '87
  214. Nissan PAO '89
  215. Nissan R89C '89
  216. Nissan Skyline GT-R N1 (R32) '91
  217. Nissan R92CP '92
  218. Nissan Silvia K's Aero (S14) '93
  219. Nissan Calsonic Skyline GT-R R32 Group A Race Car '93
  220. Nissan Skyline GT-R V-spec N1 (R32) '93
  221. Nissan Skyline GT-R N1 (R33) '95
  222. Nissan Skyline GT-R V-spec LM Limited (R33) '96
  223. Nissan Skyline GT-R V-spec II N1 (R34) '00
  224. Nissan Gran Turismo Skyline GT-R '01
  225. Nissan Gran Turismo Skyline GT-R (PaceCar) '01
  226. Nissan Cube EX (FF/CVT) '02
  227. Nissan Skyline GT-R M-spec Nür (R34) '02
  228. Nissan Skyline Sedan 350GT-8 '02
  229. Nissan Fairlady Z (Z33) '03
  230. Nissan Falken Skyline GT-R R34 Race Car '04
  231. Motul Pitwork Nissan Z (JGTC) '04
  232. Nissan Option Stream Z '04
  233. Opel Speedster Turbo '00
  234. Opel Corsa Comfort 1.4 '01
  235. Opel Vectra 3.2 V6 '03
  236. Opera Performance 350Z '04
  237. Opera Performance S2000 '04
  238. Pescarolo Courage C60-Peugeot '03
  239. Pescarolo C60-Judd '04
  240. Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 '85
  241. Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 Rally Car '85
  242. Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 Evolution 2 '86
  243. Peugeot 905B Evo 1 Bis LM '92
  244. Peugeot 206cc '01
  245. Peugeot 106 Rallye '03
  246. Peugeot 106 S16 '03
  247. Peugeot 206 RC '03
  248. Peugeot 307 XSi '04
  249. Plymouth Cuda 440 Six Pack '71
  250. Polyphony Digital Formula Gran Turismo '04
  251. Pontiac Tempest Le Mans GTO '64
  252. Pontiac Sunfire GXP Concept '02
  253. Pontiac Vibe GT '03
  254. Pontiac GTO 5.7 Coupe '04
  255. Proto Motors Spirra 4.6 V8 '04 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  256. RE Amemiya Asparadrink RX7 (JGTC) '04
  257. Renault 5 Turbo '80
  258. Renault 5 Maxi Turbo '85
  259. Renault Megane 2.0 IDE Coupe '00
  260. Renault Avantime '02
  261. Renault Sport Clio V6 Phase 2 '03
  262. Renault Megane 2.0 16V '03
  263. RUF BTR '86
  264. Saleen S7 '02
  265. Seat Ibiza Cupra '04
  266. Shelby Mustang GT350R '65
  267. Shelby Series 1 Super Charged '03
  268. Spoon Integra Type R (DC2) '99
  269. Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STi '94
  270. Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STi spec C (Type-II) '04
  271. Suzuki Alto Lapin Turbo '02
  272. Suzuki Kei Works '02
  273. Suzuki MR Wagon Sport '04
  274. Toyota Sports 800 '65
  275. Toyota 7 '70
  276. Toyota Celica 1600GT (TA22) '70
  277. Toyota MR2 1600 G '86
  278. Toyota Supra 3.0GT Turbo A '88
  279. Toyota Caldina ED 2.0 X 4WS '89
  280. Toyota 88C-V '89
  281. Toyota Sera '92
  282. Toyota Celica GT-Four WRC (ST185) '95
  283. Toyota Soarer 2.5GT-T '97
  284. Toyota Starlet Glanza V '97
  285. Toyota Aristo V300 '00
  286. Toyota Aristo V300 Vertex Edition '00
  287. Toyota Soarer 430SCV '01
  288. Toyota Caldina GT-Four '02
  289. Toyota Corolla Runx Z Aerotourer '02
  290. Toyota MR-S V Edition (6MT) '02
  291. Toyota Prius G (J) '02
  292. Toyota Vitz RS Turbo '02
  293. Toyota Voltz S '02
  294. Wedssport Toyota Celica (JGTC) '03
  295. Toyota Tacoma X-Runner '04
  296. Triumph Spitfire 1500 '74
  297. TVR V8S '91
  298. TVR Tamora '02
  299. TVR T350C '03
  300. Volkswagen Beetle 1100 Standard (Type-11) '49
  301. Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Coupe (Type-1) '68
  302. Volkswagen Golf I GTI '76
  303. Volkswagen Bora V6 4Motion '01
  304. Volkswagen Polo GTI '01
  305. Volkswagen Lupo 1.4 '02
  306. Volkswagen Golf IV R32 '03
  307. Volkswagen Golf V GTI '05
  308. Volvo 240 GLT Estate '88
  309. Volvo S60 T 5 Sport '03

Ferrari 599 '06
Honda Integra Type R (DC5) '04
Infiniti G35 Coupe '06
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX GSR '05

1. Alfa Romeo 147 TI '06
2. Alfa Romeo Brera 3.2 JTS Q4 '06
3. Amuse S2000 GT1 Turbo
4. Art Morrison Corvette '60
5. Aston Martin DB9 Coupe '06
6. Audi R8 4.2 FSI '07
7. Audi TT Coupe 3.2 '07
8. Blitz Dunlop ER34 '07
9. BMW 135i Coupe '07
10. BMW Concept 1 Series tii '07
11. BMW M3 Coupe '07
12. Chevrolet Corvette Z06 '06
13. Citroën C4 Coupe '05
14. Concept by GT Clio Sport V6 /Tuned
15. Concept by GT Corvette Z06 /Tuned
16. Concept by GT Ford GT LM Spec II Test Car
17. Concept by GT Gran Turismo 350Z RS
18. Concept by GT Lancer Evolution IX /Tuned
19. Concept by GT Lancer Evolution X /Tuned
20. Concept by GT Lotus Elise /Tuned
21. Concept by GT Lotus Elise 111R /Tuned
22. Concept by GT Skyline Coupe /Tuned
23. Concept by GT Suzuki Cappuccino /HP Tuned
24. Concept by GT Swift Sport /Tuned
25. Concept by GT Viper SRT10 Coupe /Tuned
26. Daihatsu OFC-1 '07
27. Dodge Viper GTS '02
28. Dodge Viper SRT10 Coupe '06
29. Ferrari 512BB '76
30. Ferrari F2007
31. Ferrari F40 '92
32. Ferrari F430 '06
33. Ford GT '06
34. Ford Mustang GT '07
35. Jaguar XK Coupe '06
36. Lexus IS F '07
37. Mazda Atenza Sport 25Z '07
38. Mazda RX-8 Type S '07
39. Mine's BNR34 Skyline GT-R '06
40. MINI COOPER-S '06
41. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X GSR '07
42. Nissan Fairlady Z Version S '07
43. Nissan GT-R Black Mask
44. Nissan GT-R Proto '05
45. Nissan GT-R '07
46. Nissan Skyline Coupe 370GT '07
47. Nissan Skyline Sedan 350GT '06
48. Subaru Impreza WRX STi '07
49. Subaru Impreza WRX STI Type RA '05
50. Suzuki Cervo SR '07
51. Suzuki Swift Sport '07

1. Audi PlayStation Team Oreca Audi R8 LMP900 '05
2. Team ABT Sportline Audi R8 LMS '09
3. Bugatti Veyron 16.4 '09
4. Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 (C6) '09
5. Ferrari Enzo '02
6. Lamborghini Countach LP400 '74
7. Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary '88
8. Mazda Furai '08
9. Pescarolo C60 Hybrid-Judd 05
10. Nissan GT-R Spec V '09

  1. AEM S2000
  2. Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ2 carrozzata da Zagato CN.AR750106 '65Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione '08
  3. Amuse Nismo 380RS Super Leggera
  4. Audi R10 TDI '06
  5. Audi RS6 Avant '08
  6. Audi R8 5.2 FSI Quattro '09
  7. Audi TTS Coupe '09
  8. Autobacs ARTA Garaiya GT300 '08
  9. BMW M5 (E60) '08
  10. BMW Z4 M Coupe '08
  11. Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible (C3) '69
  12. Chevrolet Camaro SS '10
  13. Chevrolet Impala NASCAR '10
  14. Citroën C4 WRC '08
  15. GT by Citroën Race Car
  16. GT by Citroën Road Car
  17. Dodge Challenger R/T '70
  18. Dodge Challenger SRT8 '08
  19. Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR '08
  20. Ferrari 330 P4 '67
  21. Ferrari 430 Scuderia '07
  22. Ferrari SP1 '08
  23. Ferrari 458 Italia '09
  24. Ferrari F10 '10
  25. Fiat 500 1.2 8V Lounge SS '08
  26. Ford Mark IV '67
  27. Ford Mustang Mach 1 '71
  28. Ford Focus RS WRC 07 '08
  29. Ford Fusion NASCAR '10
  30. Gran Turismo PDI Racing Kart 100
  31. Gran Turismo Racing Kart 125 SPL
  32. Gran Turismo Red Bull X2010
  33. Grand Touring Garage 1970 Ford Mustang Trans-Cammer
  34. High End Performance G37
  35. HKS CT230R '08
  36. Honda S2000 '06
  37. Honda NSX GT500 '06
  38. Honda S2000 '06
  39. Epson Honda NSX GT500 '08
  40. Honda Insight LS '09
  41. Honda CR-Z α '10
  42. HPA Motorsports FT565 twin turbo Audi TT 2007
  43. Isuzu 4200R Concept '89
  44. Jaguar XJ13 '66
  45. Jaguar XFR '10
  46. Jaguar XKR Coupe '10
  47. Lamborghini Miura P400 Bertone Prototype CN0706 '67
  48. Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 '08
  49. Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 '09
  50. Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 Super Veloce '09
  51. Bandai Direzza Lexus SC430 '06
  52. Weds Sport Lexus IS350 '08
  53. Lexus IS F Racing Concept '08
  54. Lexus SC430 GT500 '08
  55. Lexus LFA '10
  56. Maserati GranTurismo S '08
  57. Mazda Axela 23S '03
  58. McLaren F1 '94
  59. McLaren MP4-12C '10
  60. Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG '08
  61. Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren '09
  62. Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG '10
  63. Mitsubishi i-MiEV '09
  64. Nissan Silvia K's Diamond Selection (S13) '90
  65. Nissan Silvia Spec-R Aero (S15) '02
  66. Xanavi Nismo Nissan Z '06
  67. Nissan March 12SR '07
  68. Nissan 370Z Tuned Car '08
  69. Nissan Fairlady Z (Z34) '08
  70. Nissan GT-R GT500 '08
  71. Pagani Zonda R '09
  72. Peugeot 307 CC Premium AVN '04
  73. Peugeot 207 GTi '07
  74. Peugeot 908 HDi FAP ‘10
  75. AsparaDrink RE Amemiya RX-7 '06
  76. RE Amemiya µ Boost up 7
  77. Renault Sport Megane '08
  78. Spoon CR-Z
  79. Subaru Impreza WRC 2008
  80. Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STI '10
  81. Suzuki Swift Sport '05
  82. Suzuki SX4 WRC '08
  83. Tesla Motors Roadster '08
  84. Castrol Tom's Toyota Supra (JGTC) '97
  85. YellowHat YMS Toyota Supra '05
  86. Toyota Vitz RS 1.5 '07
  87. Toyota FT-86 Concept '09
  88. Toyota Camry NASCAR '10
  89. Toyota FT-86 G Sports Concept '10

  1. Abarth 1500 Biposto Bertone B.A.T 1 '52
  2. Abarth 500 '09
  3. Abarth Grande Punto '09
  4. Alfa Romeo MiTo 1.4 T Sport '09
  5. Alfa Romeo TZ3 Stradale '11
  6. Alpine A110 1600S '72
  7. Aston Martin One-77 '11
  8. Audi Quattro S1 Rally Car '86
  9. Audi Quattro S1 Pikes Peak '87
  10. Team Oreca Audi R8 LMS ‘10
  11. Audi Sport Team Joest Audi R18 TDI '11
  12. Audi Sport Team Phoenix Audi R8 LMS Ultra '12
  13. BMW 507 '57
  14. BMW Z8 '01
  15. BMW Motorsport BMW M3 GT2 '10
  16. BMW Motorsport BMW M3 GT 11
  17. BMW Z4 GT3 '11
  18. Bugatti Veyron 16.4 '13
  19. Cadillac CTS-V Coupe '11
  20. Chevrolet Corvette StingRay Racer Concept '59
  21. Chevrolet El Camino SS 396 '67
  22. Chevrolet Nova SS '70
  23. Chevrolet SS NASCAR ‘13
  24. Chevrolet Corvette Stingray (C7) '14
  25. DeltaWing 2012
  26. DeltaWing 2013
  27. Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta passo corto CN.2521 '61
  28. Ferrari 250 GTO CN.3729GT '62
  29. Ferrari 365 GTB4 '71
  30. Ferrari Dino 246 GT '71
  31. Ferrari FXX '07
  32. Ford Focus ST '13
  33. Ford Fusion NASCAR ‘13
  34. Ford Mustang Boss 302 '13
  35. Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 '13
  36. Gran Turismo Racing Kart 125 Shifter
  37. Honda FIT RS '10
  38. Honda HSV-010 '12
  39. Honda NSX Concept '13
  40. Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track '13
  41. Jaguar XKR-S '11
  42. Jay Leno 1966 Oldsmobile Toronado
  43. KTM X-BOW R '12
  44. KTM X-BOW Street '12
  45. Lamborghini Diablo GT2 '98
  46. Lamborghini Diablo GT '00
  47. Lamborghini Reventon '08
  48. Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Coupe Dynamic '13
  49. Lexus LFA Nürburgring Package '12
  50. Light Car Company Rocket '07
  51. Lotus Europa S.2 '68
  52. Lotus Europa Special ‘72
  53. Lotus Elise '11
  54. Mazda RX500 '70
  55. Mazda Demio Sport '10
  56. Kokusai Kaihatsu UK Racing McLaren F1 GTR '95
  57. Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 '11
  58. Mercedes-Benz AMG Vision Gran Turismo
  59. Monster Sport SX4 Pikes Peak Special 2011
  60. Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 '13
  61. Pagani Huayra '13
  62. Peugeot RCZ '10
  63. Plymouth XNR Ghia Roadster '60
  64. Plymouth AAR Cuda 340 Six Barrel '70
  65. Pozzi MotorSports Camaro RS
  66. Renault R8 Gordini '66
  67. Renault Sport Clio R.S. '11
  68. Renault Sport Mégane R.S. Trophy '11
  69. Renault Sport Mégane Trophy '11
  70. SRT Charger SRT8 '11
  71. SRT Viper GTS '13
  72. Stielow Engineering Red Devil
  73. Subaru Impreza WRX STI spec C '09
  74. R&D SPORT Subaru BRZ '12
  75. Subaru S206 NBR Challenge Package '12
  76. Tajima Monster Sport E-Runner Pikes Peak Special 2012
  77. Tesla Motors Model S Signature Performance '12
  78. Toyota Aqua S '11
  79. ♯166 Toyota GAZOO Racing Toyota 86 N24 SP3 Race Car '12
  80. Toyota Vitz F '12
  81. Toyota 86 "Racing" '13
  82. Toyota Camry NASCAR ‘13
  83. Volkswagen Motorsport Volkswagen Scirocco GT24 '08

1. Alfa Romeo 4C Launch Edition '14
2. Alfa Romeo 4C Group 3
3. Alfa Romeo 4C Group 3 Road Car
4. Alfa Romeo 4C Group 4
5. Alpine Vision Gran Turismo 2017
6. Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 '12
7. Aston Martin V8 Vantage S '15
8. Aston Martin V8 Vantage Group 4
9. Aston Martin Vulcan '16
10. Audi TTS Coupe '14
11. Audi Sport Team WRT Audi R8 LMS '15
12. Audi TT Cup '16
13. BMW i3 '15
14. BMW M4 Group 4
15. Walkenhorst Motorsport BMW M6 GT3 '16
16. Bugatti Veyron Group 4
17. Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo Group 1
18. Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo
19. Chevrolet Camaro SS '16
20. Chevrolet Corvette C7 Group 3
21. Chevrolet Corvette C7 Group 3 Road Car
22. Chevrolet Corvette C7 Group 4
23. Citroën DS3 Racing '11
24. GT by Citroën Group 4
25. Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat '15
26. Dodge Viper SRT GT3-R '15
27. Dodge Viper Group 4
28. Dodge SRT Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo Group 1
29. Ferrari 458 Italia Group.4
30. Ferrari 458 Italia GT3 '13
31. Ferrari LaFerrari '13
32. Fittipaldi EF7 Vision Gran Turismo by Pininfarina
33. Ford Focus Group B
34. Ford Focus ST '15
35. Ford Mustang Group 3
36. Ford Mustang Group 3 Road Car
37. Ford Mustang Group.4
38. Ford Mustang Group B
39. Ford Mustang GT Premium Fastback '15
40. Honda Civic Type R (FK2) '15
41. Honda Project 2&4 powered by RC213V
42. Honda Sports Vision Gran Turismo
43. Honda NSX '17
44. Honda NSX Group 3
45. Honda NSX Group 4
46. Honda NSX Group B
47. Hyundai Genesis Group 3
48. Hyundai Genesis Group 4
49. Hyundai Genesis Group B
50. Hyundai N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo
51. Hyundai N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo Group 1
52. Jaguar F-type R Coupe '14
53. Jaguar F-type Group 3
54. Jaguar F-type Group 4
55. Lamborghini Veneno '14
56. Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 '15
57. Lamborghini Huracán GT3 '15
58. Lamborghini Huracán Group 4
59. Lexus RC F '14
60. Lexus RC F Group 4
61. Emil Frey Racing Lexus RC F GT3 Prototype '16
62. Lexus LC500 '17
63. Mazda Atenza Group 3
64. Mazda Atenza Group 3 Road Car
65. Mazda Atenza Group 4
66. Mazda Atenza Sedan XD L Package '15
67. Mazda LM55 Vision Gran Turismo Group 1
68. McLaren 650S Coupe '14
69. McLaren 650S Group 4
70. McLaren 650S GT3 '15
71. McLaren Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo
72. McLaren Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo Group 1
73. Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Group 4
74. Mercedes-AMG GT S '15
75. AMG-Team HTP-Motorsport Mercedes-AMG GT3 '16
76. Mercedes-AMG GT Safety Car
77. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition '15
78. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition Group 3
79. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition Group 4
80. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition Group B
81. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition Group B Road Car
82. Nissan GT-R Premium Edition '17
83. Nissan GT-R Group 4
84. Nissan GT-R Group B
85. Nissan GT-R Safety Car
86. Peugeot 208 GTi by Peugeot Sport '14
87. Peugeot RCZ GT Line '15
88. Peugeot L500R Hybrid Vision Gran Turismo, 2017
89. Peugeot L750R Hybrid Vision Gran Turismo, 2017
90. Peugeot RCZ Group 3
91. Peugeot RCZ Group 3 Road Car
92. Peugeot RCZ Group.4
93. Peugeot RCZ Group B
94. Peugeot Vision Gran Turismo Group 3
95. Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991) '16
96. Porsche Team Porsche 919 Hybrid '16
97. Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport '16
98. Porsche 911 RSR (991) '17
99. Renault Sport Clio R.S. 220 EDC Trophy '15
100. Renault Sport Mégane Group 4
101. Renault Sport R.S.01 '16
102. Renault Sport R.S.01 GT3 '16
103. Subaru WRX STI Type S '14
104. Subaru WRX Group 3
105. Subaru WRX Group 4
106. Subaru WRX Group B
107. Subaru WRX Group B Road Car
108. Toyota 86 GT '15
109. Toyota 86 GRMN '16
110. Toyota 86 Group 4
111. Toyota 86 Group B
112. Toyota FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo Group 3
113. Toyota S-FR '15
114. Toyota S-FR Racing Concept '16
115. Toyota Gazoo Racing Toyota TS050 - Hybrid '16
116. Volkswagen Beetle Group 3
117. Volkswagen GTI Vision Gran Turismo Group 3
118. Volkswagen Golf VII GTI '14
119. Volkswagen Scirocco Group 4

1. Abarth 595 Esseesse '70
2. Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Berlinetta '38
3. Alpine A220 '68
4. Mercedes-AMG C 63 S '15
5. Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series '20
6. Mercedes-AMG GT R '17
7. Aston Martin DB5 '64
8. Audi R8 LMS Evo '19
9. Autobianchi A112 Abarth '85
10. BAC Mono '16
11. BMW 3.0 CSL '71
12. BMW 3.0 CSL '73
13. BMW M3 (E30) ‘89
14. Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 (C4) '89
15. Chevrolet Corvette C7 ZR1 '19
16. De Tomaso Mangusta '69
17. Ferrari 500 Mondial Pinin Farina Coupe '54
18. Ferrari 308 GTB '75
19. Ferrari Testarossa '91
20. Ferrari F12 Berlinetta '12
21. Ferrari FXX K '14
22. Ferrari F8 Tributo '19
23. Ford Mustang Boss 429 '69
24. Ford Shelby GT350R '16
25. Ford Focus RS '18
26. Ford GT Race Car '18
27. Genesis G70 3.3T AWD Prestige Package '22
28. Genesis G70 GR4
29. Genesis X GR3
30. Honda Civic Type R Limited Edition (FK8) '20
31. Jaguar Vision Gran Turismo Roadster
32. Jaguar Vision Gran Turismo SV
33. Jeep Willys MB '45
34. Lamborghini Lambo V12 Vision Gran Turismo
35. Mazda RX-8 Spirit R '12
36. Mazda RX-Vision '15
37. Mercedes-Benz S Barker Tourer '29
38. Mercedes-Benz 300 SL (W194) CN.194 '52
39. Nissan Fairlady Z 432 '69
40. Nissan Z Performance '23
41. Porsche Spyder type 550/1500RS '55
42. Porsche 356 A/1500 GS Carrera '56
43. Porsche 917K '70
44. Porsche 911 Carrera RS (964) '92
45. Porsche 911 Carrera RS (993) '95
46. Porsche 911 GT1 Strassenversion '97
47. Porsche Carrera GT '04
48. Porsche 917 Living Legend
49. Porsche Vision Gran TurismO
50. Radical SR3 SL '13
51. Subaru BRZ STI Sport '18
52. Suzuki Swift Sport '17
53. Suzuki Swift Sport Gr.4
54. Toyota Celica GT-FOUR (ST205) '94
55. Volkswagen Polo GTI '14
56. Wicked Fabrication GT 51

Thats why i beliave the community is justified for looking for leaks of new content but if that wasn’t enough, some of the returning cars are very similar or identical (see Honda Civic Type R 97/98). Polyphony has reduced this tactic significantly in recent years but, the fact they are still doing it and the way they do it, reinforces my feeling that the car list clean-up started in GT Sport is temporary.

To top all this off, the car list still has holes from all angles, including many that should have been patched years ago (seriously PD it’s been 13 years without a single new road legal Bugatti…).

Tracks

The track list wasn’t updated as much, but I didn’t expect PD to modify the existing tracks and the new tracks were 3 classic original tracks the community wanted for years, so all is well right? Depending on whom you ask that may indeed be the case. However, I have an issue with them. The problem isn’t the redesigns themselves, as they have been redesigned multiple times before. The difference is that the previous redesigns kept them mostly the same, which helped them become iconic, but in GT7, only High Speed Ring has maintained its character. Trial Mountain kept the basic layout on paper, but the scenery and the corners changed to a point it might as well be a different track, and Deep Forest is even worse.

One more thing I noticed about fictional tracks since GT Sport, is that the current design team really like banked/weirdly angled corners which are cool once in a while, but not when they are featured everywhere. The worst offender for me is the final corner at Deep Forest.

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Just why? Also the dirt tracks still have pit roads for no reason.

Single Player

The return to a classic style single player campaign was one of the big marketing points for the game and having completed it all the way, I can say its barely better than GT6. That may seem far-fetched but let me explain.

First of all, I can’t even call it a campaign, it feels like Polyphony pulled the ultimate troll move, collecting all the “We want to collect cars” comments from all those years and being like “You want to collect that badly? Very well“ and turned the game into a collectathon. However, even if it wasn’t over relying on collection, the rest of the basic premise doesn’t make sense.

You are visiting a café, which for some reason is deep in the woods, owned by a guy named Luca (I’m guessing Italian and professional barista), that somehow is the circuit racing equivalent of Rachel Teller from Need for Speed Underground 2, literally handing out menus with cars to collect.

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What? Am I going to eat the cars or something? “Lore” aside we have two major issues before even getting into a race.

  • We are forced to collect.
  • Everyone collects the same cars in the same predetermined order.
Sure Gran Turismo didn’t allow much room in terms of having many routes in single player before, but this is on another level. Furthermore the extra menus make things worse, because instead of providing events to acquire the featured cars, they require the player to purchase them.

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The Cayman is easy to get, the 918 can be purchased after a bit of grinding (I don't have it yet because i’m saving credits for the rest of the legendary cars). Speaking of which the Porsche 550 Spyder costs 4.5 million credits as of this writing and players will have to wait for it to re-appear to the dealership, and all that for an engine ticket... I don't care if the game awarded you the Tomahawk X engine and it could be installed into the Fiat 500, if you want us to buy the cars like normal how about instead of giving engine tickets due to how badly they are implemented, give us a credit reward ticket than the total cost of completing the menu (In this case bigger than 6,230,000).

But what about the events themselves? Well…

Number of events in every Gran Turismo

*I did not count the license tests, for the sake of the argument assume that every game has the same number of tests.


Events 14 Races 59

Career
Events 41
Races 135
Manufacturer Events
52 Events
104 races
Total
Events 92
Races 239

Events 75 Races 336

Career
Events 75
Races 317
Manufacturer Events
Events 49
Races 200
Driving Missions 34
Total
Events 124
Races 551

Career
Events 90
Races 218
Special Events
Events 8
Races 58
Total
Events 98
Races 276

Day 1

Career

Events 55

Races 200

Mission races 25

Coffee Break 10

Special Events

Events 2

Races 18

Final version

Career

Events 55

Races 200

Mission races 25

Coffee Break 10

Special Events

Events 5

Races 43

Note; I didn't count the driving school or circuit experiance challenges as they are too similar to licences.

Day 1

Mission challenge 64

Patch 1.10

GT League

Events 15

Races 45

Mission challenge 64

Patch 1.10 total

Events 15

Races 109

Final Version

GT League

Events 46

Races 301

Mission challenge 64

Total

Events 46

Races 365

Day 1

World Circuits

Events 28

Races 97

Championships 10

Races 28

Mission challenge

Sets 6

Challenges 48

Total
Events 44
Races 173

1.25

World Circuits

Events 35

Races 132

Championships 10

Races 28

Mission challenge

Sets 7

Challenges 56

Total

Events 52

Races 216

A low number of events is not necessarily an issue, but these are:

  • Because the main goal is to collect cars, the game is programmed to make used cars, which are part of a menu available for purchase, and since they added credit prizes for completing circuit experience, you can simply buy the cars, which renders most of the campaign skippable.
  • If you are reading from the beginning, you may remember me saying how the world circuits menu kind of kills the illusion of a driver career. The reason is shown in these screenshots.
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The races covered in red are the only ones you are required to complete for a menu if you choose to do things as intended, the rest are randomly scattered across each track. On top of that, these races destroy the slightest sense of a proper order the game tries to have.

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In this example, we go from supercars to rally cars, to sportscars, to supercars again.

These issues are a shame because the café is nicely designed visually and I like the idea of a space where car designers give information about cars they designed, but the entire thing just doesn’t fit Gran Turismo.

So the main “campaign” is disappointing to say the least. The ‘side modes’ consist of the improved (although still not as good as those in GT4) missions and the previously mentioned Circuit Experience which functions exactly as in GT Sport. It’s the only thing resembling a challenge from the previous games, and with good payouts to boot, but I have one complaint about it.

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Why is this 🤬 place out of all locations required to complete twice? Because they named the layouts counterclockwise instead of reverse? Regardless, by far the best option for the single player crowd is custom race. My advice to any new single player… umm… player is:

  • Get Gold on all license tests.
  • Get Gold on as many missions as you can.
  • Get Gold the easier circuit experiences (Fuji, Monza etc)
  • Use the credits collected from all that to buy cars in order to get to collector level 38 to unlock all the tracks.
  • Find a race that suits you for grinding peruses.
  • Make as many custom races as you can.

Multiplayer

GT Sport’s multiplayer was solid so you would expect that to be the case for GT7 as well, but… Polyphony somehow manage to mess just about everything. Although I haven’t experienced any of it, plenty of evidence of the technical problems exist all over the internet.

Sport Mode

Sport mode functions mostly as in GT Sport, but although the new driver rating based league system seems to be a nice idea, and the game providing all the available cars for races involving specific groups without requiring players to purchase them is a very nice change, I believe it has gotten worse overall, especially for players interested in the online championships because:

  • Technical issues.
  • Barely updated car line-ups for the relevant groups.
  • Even more dysfunctional penalty system.
  • Way worse car classification.
Speaking of which…


Car classification


I spoke out about this issue many times, and many others have done since 2015 but instead of listening to feedback and improving the system rather bafflingly, especially for a game with an emphasis on e-sports, were a good structure is vital, they make it worse. That’s not entirely true as they got rid of Group N and X, however that’s ultimately inconsequential due to the changes in the single player and because Daily Race A, which features road cars, doesn’t effect the ratings anymore. So all the relevant groups are still a mess, but I’m not going to cover every single thing here. Group 4 was the only place for the 155 DTM to go considering the current car list, the 90s GT500 cars being in Gr.3 makes sense considering Polyphony makes new categories with at least 3 available cars. That’s why the inclusion of the CLK-LM/ McLaren F1 GTR didn’t upset me as much as it should have been. What did upset me though was this statement in the official website.

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Does this look like a Super GT car to you?

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But I’ve had it when I saw this…

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Who decided to put a Group 5 car in Gr. 3, a class which according to the game…

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But does it? Well, 9 of the 46 current cars (19.5%) are not GT3 cars thrown into the group. (actually its 10 but I’m giving the BRZ GT300 a generous pass taking into account that it does race against GT3 cars in real life, and that it’s the only JAF GT300 spec car in the game thus far). Then we have the two open top cars which are against regulations as written in the official FIA APPENDIX J – ARTICLE 257A.

Technical Regulations for Grand Touring Cars (Group GT3) document.

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And last but not least, the Peugeot VGT that doesn’t even have windows. So, with only these reasons in mind, at least 26% of the cars shouldn’t be in the group. But at least it’s better than Gr. 1 which according to the game:

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I understand the point about the bodywork but what does ‘engines specially developed to provide higher performance’ mean? Built from the ground up? If that’s the case then the Tomahawk shouldn’t be in because it uses a Viper V10, but if it means specifically modified then the Porsche 918 fits the criteria. Furthemore, a car like the Porsche 917 is considered a sportscar and a prototype but it’s not part of the group. In reality this group was inspired by the 2014-15 LMP1 regulations as the game data base shows.

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And it should be split into 3-4 different classes.
As far as Gr. 4, if won’t go on about the multiple drivetrain types as all they had to do is not say that it corresponds to FIA GT4, but to the lower NLS or Super Taikyu. My problem is this:

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The MX-5 Touring car is fantastic and due to the stupid ‘professionally tuned’ tag, its use is severely limited. When it first appeared as an N200 vehicle in GT Sport and many including myself wanted it in Gr.4, the usual justification was that it wasn’t fast enough. However, an MX-5 GT4 exists in real life, and I don’t think modifying the specs of the touring car to match real life. Or make a separate version, it would be way better than the Dior De Tomaso Mangusta. Another equally good car that could get much more love by being in Group 4 is this.

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It has more power and weight than the MX-5 and therefore way easier to bring up to minimum Group 4 specs. Taking the least powerful car:

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And the new lightest car of the group into account:

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You cannot convince me Polyphony couldn’t bring the Civic up to spec. And finally a real nitpick but:

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These are not Hypercars Polyphony, they are known as track/trackday cars.

Economy/Car aquitisition

No matter how/where you decide to race, what is the most important thing? The (usually) four wheeled Vroom Vroom (or eeeeeeeeee depending on your powertrain choice) things. And for a racing game centered around collecting them and most importantly having the Gran Turismo name, the game makes collecting cars perplexingly difficult, and not just because they are separated in three places. But let’s start with that:
First of all a general complain. The way the wish list works doesn’t make sense because:
1. There is no reason for it to exist in brand central as all cars will be always available for purchase.
2. It should list all cars available in the used car and legend dealerships so players can add them to the wish list from the beginning, rather than when they appear in case the player can’t afford it.
3. The wish lists should not have a limit.

Now on to the more specific ones.



Brand Central

Just the invitation system… who came up with it, tested it and thought “Works great, nothing wrong at all”? Just imagine if things worked like that in real life.

--- Brand Central Employee: Good day sir, welcome to GT brand central. How may I help you?

--- Customer: Good day, I would like to purchase a Bugatti Veyron.

--- Brand Central Employee: Excellent choice, that would be 2 million credits.

[seconds later…]

--- Brand Central Employee: There seems to be a problem with your purchase sir.

--- Customer: What? Oh my God, don’t tell me my credits are counterfeit!

--- Brand Central Employee: No sir, however it looks like you haven’t received an invitation from Martin.

--- Customer: Who is Martin?

--- Brand Central Employee: The owner of the Brand Central sir.

--- Customer: I have not received an invitation.

--- Brand Central Employee: In that case, you cannot purchase this car sir.

--- Customer: S-seriously?

--- Brand Central Employee: Yes, that’s our policy.

--- Customer: So you won’t let me purchase the car even though I have the money just because I haven’t received an invitation from the owner?

--- Brand Central Employee: I’m sorry sir, that’s our policy.

--- Customer:



Used and Legend Car Dealership

Why are the car cycles tied to the server and as a result we have to wait actual days for the line-up to be partially updated?

The main menu tries to project the illusion of time passing.

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However, the rest of the game design goes against that idea.

Furthermore, why do we have to wait one real day for a car that’s been “Sold out” to be replaced?.

Also, I find which cars are considered legends to be a bit questionable. Because a De Tomaso Mangusta, which was meant to but ultimately didn’t achieve anything noteworthy, is considered as a legend, while the Lancia Delta, a 6-time consecutive World Rally Championship winning machine, is not.

Regardless of where/how you will get cars, you will need credits to do so, and this where they messed up really badly.

More specifically:

The Micro transaction pricing.

Whoever came up with it is 🤬. 5€ for 250.000 credits and 20€ for 2 million credits - are you mad? To put this pricing in context you will need 10€ for one Group 4 car, 10€ for one Group 3 car, 200€ to fill the old 20 million credit cap, 500€ to fill the updated GT6 50 million cap and 1,000€ to fill the current 100 Million cap.

  • I have already shared my opinion on the dramatically reduced payouts compare to previous games here , but dispite the recent adjustments they still remain like that in custom races. That’s why I suggested to find a good grinding race before creating custom races.
  • To pile on top of that, cars have increased up to 24 times from previous titles.

The price reduction of cars in the used car dealership compared to brand central doesn’t make sense.

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All cars, especially rare ones, lose a big chunk of their value with even a few kilometers on. So a 60.000 credit reduction for 46.000 kilometers seems a bit too little.

And of course, last but not least… the roulette.

Most people hate it because it gives the smallest prize available 9 times out of 10, but in my opinion that was to be expected. I see it as something giving extra credits/free stuff. There is a legit reason to not like the roulette and I’ll talk about it in the next section.

Polyphony’s response in this aspect initially was a statement from Kazunori Yamauchi himself, and I want to highlight a few parts from it.

If possible, I would like to try to avoid a situation where a player must mechanically keep replaying certain events over and over again.

What do you mean “If possible”? It’s your product, you control everything about it. Also that’s not true because grinding is a thing since GT2.

At the same time the pricing of cars is a relevant element that conveys their value and rarity, so I do think it’s important for it to be linked with the real world prices.

Ok fine, bring back the login bonus and the seasonal events.

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Remember these? In this example, we could make more than 2 million credits in a couple of minutes. Other than that they:

  • Increased rewards in the events in the latter half of the World Circuits, but given they increased the reduced of the reduced payouts..
  • Added high rewards for clearing Circuit Experience in all Gold/All Bronze and the Human Comedy missions, both of which are decent options to get a good amount of credits.
  • Increased the credit cap from 20 to 100 million credits.
  • Increased rewards in Online Races (Although not enough as reported by the community)
  • Added a few races ideal for grinding.
Re-enabled Online Time Trials but offering rewards based on target times this time, which could’ve been a quick way to make credits but…

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Why do we have to wait two weeks to get the credits? Just give them as soon as someone beats the time like everywhere else. And why is the calculation of the reward based on the worldwide leader?

All these were welcome additions that didn’t really fix the core issues, but I want to highlight the last one because it’s especially rich.

Increased the quantity of Used and Legend cars on offer at any given time.

What this means is 30 slots for used car instead of 15, and 10 slots instead of 5 for legend cars. 15 slots for used cars was half of most car dealerships in GT2, half of the total of GT5 and as for GT4 I casually went through the UCD as I was writing this, and I found:

  • 26 cars in the 80s used car dealership.
  • 43 cars in the early 90s dealership.
  • 50 cars in the early 90s dealership
Sure in these game you can find the same cars multiple times, but considering the lineup takes literal days to update, cars that can be found in Brand Central occupy multiple slots and that we can manipulate the in-game day system (therefore update the lineup whenever we want in previous games), the increase in slots is a bare minimum. And speaking of slots why is the 🤬 Dior De Tomaso Pantera still on the legend car dealership 2 months after it got added ?. I don't want to use these phrases but in this case barely anyone cared to begin with . This is literally a wasted slot at this point.

Customization/Tuning

The return of the old/enhanced Customization/tuning was another big selling point and one of the best aspects of the game while existing elements like the livery editor were also improved. GT Auto returned along with car maintenance bringing a sense of nostalgia, but yet again, the presentation is a few steps behind compare to before. As far as parts go, the new additions like the wide body, lightbulbs, roll cage etc are nice but the rest are the basic Gran Turismo stuff. The addition I liked most is the extra parts for real race cars like the downforce kit for the Super GT500 cars. Tuning is mostly the same as in GT5/6 and most of the new parts feel like overdue logical additions. Sadly but predictably, the usual flaws are also present and new ones naturally appeared.
1. Which naturally aspirated can and cannot be equipped with turbo/supercharger doesn’t make sense (frankly all cars should be able to receive both).
2. The naturally aspirated cars that can be equipped with these parts cannot be equipped with the anti-lag system.
3. The max specs cars can reach have been reduced drastically in some cases. For example the Toyota Supra RZ:
GT6

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GT Sport

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GT7

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Only 777 BHP for an engine that can reach well above 1000, is this a joke? The weight is lower than both GT6 and Sport, however the max weight reduction stage in GT7 goes one beyond GT6, so the weight could be higher than 1,208 kg with weight reduction 3. But I’m not going to test that theory because….

The cost of restoring the bodywork to its original state is insane. Lets use the 2005 Ford GT as an example because I made the mistake of installing a wide bodykit on it. Car price in brand central: 460,000

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Weight reduction total cost 43,800

Wide Bofykit: 50.000

(car + mods total: 553,800)

New body option cost

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I have no words….

The extreme parts don’t seem extreme.


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Nitrous is extreme, fair enough, maybe the carbon brake and the toe angle as well… That’s it.

  • The only legitimate reason to hate the roulette (locking extreme parts access). What where the creative minds at PD thinking? Actually, scratch that, because it seems they weren’t thinking at all in this case. This doesn’t make sense in any way because the odds of getting one of them are naturally very small but they are not purchasable via microtransactions (don’t you dare get any ideas Sony) so these parts are behind a wall for no reason.
  • The implementation of engine swaps. I’m not talking about the amount or the technically nonsensical swaps as realism isn’t the be all, but the fact access is behind the roulette for no reason and even if you get one in case, you don’t have a compatible car, you can’t sell it despite the engine having an assigned price.

Finally, as far as tuning goes, the new Performance Points system seemed nice as a concept because a setup is a compromise of all traits in real life, however it was so broken for the moment but since they toned it down, I don’t think tires should be a factor either because although they are a vital performance factor, they don’t give a different BOP to cars based on what tires a team is comfortable with in real life.

Technical

HUD
I wasn’t a fan of GT Sport’s HUD and it’s even worse in GT7. First of all the tire wear graphic is still like a custom colored health bar from a fighting game, and unlike fuel consumption there’s no second (better) option in the MFD. Also, since max power and torque RPM are clearly defined now a better clearer shifting graph will be nice.

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I know that’s a Camaro, I know about every single car in the game, I don’t need pop ups on the right side of the screen every time I make an overtake.

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Last but not least, I prefer the way GT5 & 6 used to display the amount of water on track.

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Replays
Replays are improved overall as the black boarders around the screen were removed and music replay is a nice addition, but the dynamic replay angles were removed.

Car sounds
I’m planning to make a dedicated YouTube video about the topic but here’s a basic summary:
  • Some of the new cars sound good (see Lamborghini Murcielago).
  • Some of the current cars saw improvements (see Lamborghini Huracan GT3), while some sadly didn’t (see Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3, 2006 , Ford GT etc.).
  • Some cars weren’t/could not be recorded (See Alfa Romeo 155 V6 Ti).

Physics
The physics are a mixed bug once more, but I was positively surprised on how much they were changed considering the cross-gen nature of the game. Cars with relatively high amounts of downforce feel really nice to drive now, older cars feel much more era appropriate, the throttle is linear again, no cars have hiccups on when shifting, wet weather simulation, although limited it’s the best in the series so far etc.
On the other side, the tire model is still problematic, hybrid system implementation is still incorrect (this can be especially bad when using Gr.1 cars thanks to the new weather system), the dirt physics are still nowhere near up to par, if we consider how ridiculous jumps are now

Polyphony made the jumping physics the way they made them. Fair enough, it’s their product not mine, however since that was the case why did they keep the two huge jumps at Sardegna’s start/finish section exactly the same?

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Do you know how much extra time I had to spent to gold the circuit experience because the WRX would get up to the heavens? 😡 .

And the MR/RR car simulation still leaves a lot to be desired.

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Opinion on AI differs but I believe it’s improved over GT Sport, however in its core it’s still the classic Gran Turismo AI and can only be anything close to legitimacy fast by cheating.

Other

Music
Music is one of the most subjective things and there are some good tracks in there, but why do I have to listen to the same 3 songs in Brand Central? And nothing good either, a rap with lyrics that don’t make sense.


A French song that I can’t understand a word of so I can’t even begin to like it.


And in the third one the singer says ‘Baby ITS you’ all the time.

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Also no disrespect to Lenny Ibizarre’s remixes but I’m sick of listening to classic music every time I’m in the garage. Just let me choose what music I want in each section.

Music rally
I’m usually not so harsh on things but Music Rally is absolutely useless for me because I can’t hear the car in order to drive properly and I can’t see the unique HUD, because is moved to the far right and I need to keep my eyes on the road. This would’ve been great during the PS3 era if we could use our favorite songs.

Online saving
GT Sport also has online saving which is not ok. However, as long as you have cars you can do most things to pass the time if there was no internet connection available. In GT7 not only you are limited to arcade mode but even if you have cars, you are limited to the 13 cars provided by the game. Because of this I had to uninstall GT7 for GT Sport when I was on vacation and as a result I also lost all my replays… Thanks Polyphony


Conclution TLDR

GT7 is a solid game. But solid for a release so anticipated to the point most people discount the previous release is not good enough. People said GT Sport was unfinished because of the lack of content, but I will argue GT7 is more unfinished, by looking some of the things that were added/fixed.

Added wind direction and wind speed indicators. An arrow (wind direction) and number (wind speed) will be displayed on the upper right of the screen under the Track Map.

Fixed an issue with the weather for all race events.

- Fixed an issue wherein the actual time of day in a 'Custom Race' of some tracks would not match the selection made in [Time / Weather Settings] > [Timeframe];

- The Overtake function for the Dallara SF19 Super Formula / Honda '19 has been disabled in the Licence test 'S-7' (One Lap Time Attack) within the 'Licence' pavilion.

- Fixed an issue wherein the Setting Sheet would become blank, and the setting content could not be saved. With this fix, the blank setting sheets will remain but you will be able to delete these normally. This will also fix the progression blockers encountered when the Menu Book tasks involved Car Settings.

- Fixed an issue within 'Showcase' wherein the 2nd page and beyond would not be displayed properly if the number of items in 'My Items' and 'Collection' exceeded 100;

- Fixed an issue within 'Gallery' wherein the 2nd page and beyond would not be displayed properly if the number of items in 'My Page' exceeded 100 items.

- Fixed an issue wherein an Invitation icon would appear in the 'Showroom' of manufacturers even when the player did not have an invitation.

- Fixed an issue wherein the Replays and Demo Replays would not play all the way until the end.

- Fixed an issue wherein the BGM would not play during Music Replay if the [Sound Volume] > [Menu BGM] volume level was set to 0;

-A "back" button prompt has been added to the home screen.

- Added a [Broadcast Mode] option to the 'Sound Volume' settings within the 'Global' tab of the Options menu. For details, please refer to the 'Broadcast Mode' Added to the 'Sound Volume' Settings' article.

- Fixed an issue wherein the Ford GT Race Car '18 would only go into 1st gear when a 'Fully Customisable Manual Transmission' or a ’Fully Customisable Sequential Transmission' were installed;

- An engine start-up sound now plays when changing cars.
 - Videos are now played before the Finals of the Nations Cup and Manufacturers Cup.
 - The following information is now displayed in the Event Screen displayed before each race:
  ・Tire Wear Rate
  ・Fuel Consumption Rate
  ・Temperature
  ・Start Type
  ・Required Tires (Only displayed if set)
  ・Required Pit Stop (Only displayed if set)
 - A racing etiquette video is now played when entering Sport mode for the first time. This video introduces important driving recommendations for competing in races;
 - Added a "Race Details" screen. The following information can be checked from the "Race Details" icon on the right of the race entry screen.
  ・Basic Information
  ・Qualifying Settings
  ・Race Settings
  ・Penalty Settings
  ・Driving Option Restrictions
  ・Regulations
- The following eight sound options can now be adjusted from [Settings] > [Sound Volume] in the race Quick Menu and Pause Menu:
 ・ Race Sound Mode (Balanced BGM and Sound / Enhanced Sound / Race BGM Focus)
 ・ Play Race BGM (On / Off)
 ・ Race BGM (Volume)
 ・ Race Sound Effects (Volume)
 ・ Player Engine Noise (Volume)
 ・ Transmission Noise (Volume)
 ・ Tyre Squeals (Volume)
 ・ Rivals Engine Noise (Volume)

Anti-Lag System has been added to the Toyota Supra GT500.

- Fixed an issue with the Ford GT LM Race Car Spec II engine sound.

These show to me that the game was rushed or/and isn’t tested enough, especially with the Ford GT LM Race Car Spec II engine sound mistake that was clear from day one but took three months to fix. Regardless the things the game does well it does really well. Unfortunately, most things are not done well. And I may not be an industry expert but as far as I understand, live service games are all about player engagement but the game is designed to make having fun harder, therefore not as many people as possible continue playing, and in some cases this can’t change regardless if someone is buying microtransactions. Moreover, by making changes trying to fix it they broke other pieces like making the single player mostly skippable.

With everything in mind at this point you got to ask what does GT7 offer that other games don’t? Because GT is not alone in the PlayStation land anymore. The pacing of progression is inconsistent and heavily biased against the players, the single player is weird, boring and/or frustrating if done the way it’s intended. Most of its competitors are technically superior and allow players to experience most of what they have to offer whenever/where ever, the online experience is objectively worse and if you are interested in e-sports there is no real incentive. I’m not even sure the Nations Cup winner gets to keep the trophy, the FIA is gone so the virtual license, the hole reason this e-sports trajectory started, might not even happen. No offence to anyone who has invested in that side but I hope the FIA doesn’t come back, not until the necessary technical and structural changes and line-up updates are made.
 
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Greetings to everyone checking this thread. I wanted to make this post sooner but everyday life got in the way. However, this turned out to be a good thing considering what happened for a period after the game released.
This review is kind of unorthodox as I cover things that have been fixed/changed therefore might not be relevant by the time you read this.
But I believe it’s important to do so because they effected the potential of the game. And we shouldn’t let this happen again. So think of this post as a 6 months in review.
Note: I won’t talk about graphics, damage and Scapes as I am a base PS4 user. So I haven’t experienced the full grphical potential and Scapes & damage hasn’t received any noticeable improvements as far as I can tell.
With this in mind thank you for reading.

Table of Contents.

Prologue
Menus
Content
Single Player
Multiplayer
Car Classification
Economy/Car acquitision
Customization/Tuning
Technical
Other
Conclution TLDR


Prologue

The 8th title of the main series had a lot to live up to coming after Gran Turismo Sport which was at least divisive. A while before the game was revealed, Kazunori Yamauchi stated that the game will be a combination of past, present and future. This is indeed the case, the elements from the past are nice, the present is… well… the present but if the design choices in the game are an indication of what’s to come, I’m worried.

People in the community have said that certain decisions were made by Sony but I don’t care, I’m not going to assign blame percentages. At the end of the day the game was given the OK to be released the way it did, with a year without any direct competition, and instead of making the game something to remember for years to come, they are sleeping at the wheel.

But let’s start with a positive. I know many people are upset about it because they feel they are held back, but I would like to thank Polyphony for releasing the game on PS4 because although I can understand the argument of the PS5 users, for me and I imagine for many others, a PS5 is not affordable at this time, especially after the recent price increase.

Menus

The menus are one of the few very good aspects of the game. From the World Map which is in my opinion the best Gran Turismo menu so far, and the garage with the multiple viewing angles to GT Auto, which feels more like an actual shop. All is not good however - the car presentation in Brand Central has taken a step back, the world circuits menu kind of kills the illusion of being a driver starting/completing your career (more on that bellow), but more importantly take a look at pre-race menu .

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Nothing wrong at first glance, but let’s say you regret your car choice for a specific event for whatever reason, in GT Sport you had the option to change the car on the spot.
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In GT7 though you are out of luck, but strangely you can do it on the fly when in arcade mode like before.

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But if you still fancy your chances opting on upgrading the bellow par car, don’t think for a moment you can do it on the spot, something you could do in Gran Turismo 5 a decade ago, you have to go all the way back to the tuning shop. Why? Because Rupert works his butt off 24/7 for you to have access to those parts and he is lonely you selfish player! Jokes aside, though this design choice alone will cost you far more time than what the SSD inside the next gen consoles will be able to save you. This got partially better with the introduction of the race shop in patch 1.18 for certain parts, but it’s still a change that created an issue that didn’t need to exist.

Content

Cars
GT7’s car list has grown over GT Sport as you would expect, with returning legends like the 1997 JGTC GT500 Castrol Tom’s Toyota Supra and long awaited additions like the Porsche Carrera GT. I admit like most people I expected many more cars on release, until I remembered Polyphony has switched to the live service model. Size isn’t the biggest problem however, in fact it’s a bit further back on the problem list. The No.1 problem in my opinion is this.

Number of new to series cars in every game since Gran Turismo 2 on release day.

1. Alfa Romeo 145 2.0 Cloverleaf
2. Alfa Romeo 155 2.0 TS 16V
3. Alfa Romeo 155 DTM 1995
4. Alfa Romeo 156 2.0 TS 16V
5. Alfa Romeo 156 2.5 V6 24V
6. Alfa Romeo 166 2.0 TS 16V
7. Alfa Romeo 166 2.5 V6 24V
8. Alfa Romeo 166 3.0 V6 24V
9. Alfa Romeo GTV 2.0 TS 16V
10. Alfa Romeo GTV 3.0 V6 24V
11. Alfa Romeo Spider 2.0 TS
12. Aston Martin DB6
13. Aston Martin V8 Vantage
14. Audi A3
15. Audi S3
16. Audi A4 2.8 Quattro
17. Audi S4
18. Audi TT 1.8T Quattro
19. Audi TT LM Edition
20. BMW 320Ci
21. BMW 323Ci
22. BMW 323ti Compact
23. BMW 328Ci
24. BMW 328i
25. BMW 528i
26. BMW 740i
27. BMW 840Ci
28. Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray '67
29. Chevrolet Camaro Z28 '69
30. Chevrolet Corvette 427 Stingray '69
31. Chevrolet Corvette Stingray '82
32. Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 '95
33. Chevrolet Camaro SS '97
34. Chrysler Phaeton
35. Citroën Saxo 1.6i VTS
36. Citroën Saxo Rally Car
37. Citroën Xantia 3.0i V6 Exclusive
38. Citroën Xsara 1.8i 16V Exclusive
39. Citroën Xsara Rally Car
40. Daihatsu Midget II D-type
41. Daihatsu Mira TR-XX '90
42. Daihatsu Move CX '95
43. Daihatsu Move SR-XX (2WD) '97
44. Daihatsu Move SR-XX (4WD) '97
45. Daihatsu Opti Club Sport (2WD) '97
46. Daihatsu Opti Club Sport (4WD) '97
47. Daihatsu Cuore TR (Aero Package) '98
48. Daihatsu Mira TX (4WD) '98
49. Daihatsu Move Custom Aero Down '98
50. Daihatsu Move SR-XX (4WD) '98
51. Daihatsu Opti Aerodown Beex (4WD) '98
52. Daihatsu Storia CX (2WD) '98
53. Daihatsu Storia CX (4WD) '98
54. Daihatsu Storia X4 '98
55. Daihatsu Storia Rally Car
56. Daihatsu Terios Kid Aerodown '98
57. Datsun 240Z 240ZG (HS30,J) '71
58. Dodge Avenger ES
59. Dodge Challenger
60. Dodge Charger '71
61. Dodge Concept Car
62. Dodge Concept Car LM Edition
63. Dodge Intrepid ES
64. Dodge Neon ACR
65. Dodge Neon R/T
66. Dodge Stratus ES
67. Dodge Viper GTS '99
68. Dodge Viper GTS-R Team Oreca '99
69. STP Taisan Dodge Viper GT500 '99
70. Fiat 500 Sporting
71. Fiat 500R
72. Fiat 600 Sporting
73. Fiat Barchetta
74. Fiat Coupe 2.0 20V Turbo
75. Fiat Punto GT
76. Ford Cougar 2.5i 24V
77. Ford Escort WRC
78. Ford Focus 1.8i Zetec
79. Ford Focus Ghia 2.0i Zetec
80. Ford Focus WRC test car
81. Ford GT40 Mark I ’66
82. Ford GT40 Race Car '69
83. Ford GT90
84. Ford Ka
85. Ford Mondeo Ghia X 2.5i 24V
86. Ford Mustang GT '99
87. Ford Mustang SVT Cobra '99
88. Ford Puma 1.7 Zetec-SE VCT
89. Ford RS200
90. Ford Taurus SHO '99
91. HKS Drag 180SX
92. HKS R33 Drag GT-R
93. Honda Beat '91
94. Honda Integra Type R '95
95. Honda Accord SiR-T '97
96. Honda Accord Wagon 2300VTL '97
97. Honda Accord SiR-T '98
98. Honda Accord Type-R
99. Honda Accord Wagon SiR '98
100. Honda Civic SiR (EK) '98
101. Honda Civic Ferio Si (EK) '98
102. Honda Civic Type R (EK) '98
103. Honda Integra SiR-G '98
104. Honda Integra Type R '98
105. Honda Life T '98
106. Honda Logo TS '98
107. Mugen Honda NSX GT500 '98
108. Honda Prelude SiR '98
109. Honda Prelude SiR S spec '98
110. Honda Z Turbo '98
111. Takata Honda NSX GT500 '99
112. Honda S2000 ‘99
113. Honda S2000 GT1
114. Jaguar XJ220 ‘92
115. Jaguar XJ Sport 3.2
116. Jaguar XJR
117. Jaguar XJR15
118. Jaguar XK8 Coupe
119. Jaguar XKR
120. Lancia Stratos ‘73
121. Lancia Delta S4 ‘85
122. Lancia Delta HF Integrale
123. Lancia Delta HF Integrale Collezione
124. Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione ‘91
125. Lancia Y 1.2 16V
126. Lister Storm V12
127. Lotus Elan S2 '64
128. Lotus Elan S4 Sprint '71
129. Lotus Elan S2 '90
130. Lotus Elise 111S
131. Lotus Elise 135
132. Lotus Elise 190
133. Lotus Elise GT1
134. Lotus Motorsport Elise Concept
135. Lotus Esprit GT1
136. Lotus Esprit Sport 350
137. Lotus Esprit V8 GT
138. Lotus Esprit V8 SE
139. Lotus Europa
140. Mazda RX-7 GT-Turbo (SA22C) '83
141. Mazda Familia Interplay '89
142. Mazda MX-5 '89
143. Mazda RX-7 Cabriolet '90
144. Mazda AZ-1 '91
145. Mazda AZ-1 A-spec '91
146. Mazda 323 GT-R '92
147. Mazda 323 GT-X '92
148. Mazda MX-5 V-Special '93
149. Mazda RX-7 A-spec '96
150. Mazda RX-7 Type RZ '96
151. Mazda RX-7 Type RB (FD) '97
152. Mazda RX-7 Type RS '97
153. Mazda RX-7 Type RS-R (FD) '97
154. Mazda RX-7 Type RZ '97
155. Mazda Demio GL-X Special '98
156. Mazda MX-5 1.6 S Package '98
157. Mazda MX-5 1.8 RS '98
158. Mazda MX-5 1.8 VS '98
159. Mazda RX-7 Type R (FD) '98
160. Mazda RX-7 Type RB (FD) '98
161. Mazda RX-7 Type RS '98
162. Mazda Demio GL-X '99
163. Mazda 323F S-Wagon '99
164. Mazda RX-7 GT-C '99
165. Mazda MX-5 A Spec
166. Mazda MX-5 B Spec
167. Mazda MX-5 C Spec
168. Mazda RX-7 A-spec LM Edition
169. Mazda RX-7 GT-C LM Edition
170. Mercedes-Benz A 160 Avantgarde
171. Mercedes-Benz AMG C 43
172. Mercedes-Benz CLK 200 Sport
173. Mercedes-Benz CLK 320 Sport
174. Mercedes-Benz SLK 230 Kompressor
175. Mercury Cougar '99
176. Mercury Cougar XR-7 '67
177. MG MGF 1.8i VVC
178. Mine's Lancer Evolution V
179. Mine's R32.5 Skyline GT-R
180. Mine's R33 Skyline GT-R
181. Mine's R34 Skyline GT-R
182. Mini 1.3
183. Mini Cooper 1.3i ‘98
184. Rover Mini Cooper 1275S Mark 1
185. Mitsubishi Minica Dangan ZZ '90
186. Mitsubishi Eclipse GS-T
187. Mitsubishi Legnum ST '97
188. Mitsubishi Mirage Asti ZR '97
189. Mitsubishi Mirage Cyborg-ZR '97
190. Mitsubishi Pajero Mini VR-II '97
191. Mitsubishi Galant Super VR4 '98
192. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V GSR '98
193. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V WRC '98
194. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V RS '98
195. Mitsubishi Legnum Super VR4 '98
196. Mitsubishi Minica Pj '98
197. Mitsubishi Mirage Asti RX-R '98
198. Mitsubishi Pajero Mini Sport '98
199. Mitsubishi Taeivon FTO GT300 '99
200. Mitsubishi Galant VR-4 '99
201. Mitsubishi Galant VR-G '99
202. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI GSR '99
203. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI WRC '99
204. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI RS '99
205. Mitsubishi Legnum ST '99
206. Mitsubishi Legnum VR-4 type-S '99
207. Mitsubishi GTO Twin Turbo '99
208. Mitsubishi GTO LM Edition '99
209. Mugen Accord SIR-T
210. Mugen Accord Wagon
211. Mugen Beat
212. Mugen Civic Type-R
213. Mugen CR-X Pro II
214. Mugen CR-X Pro III
215. Mugen Civic Ferio
216. Mugen Integra Type-R
217. Mugen Prelude Type-S
218. Nismo 270R ‘94
219. Nissan Skyline 2000 RS-X (DR30) '84
220. Nissan March Super Turbo '89
221. Nissan 200SX '95 (PAL)
222. Nissan 300ZX GT '97
223. Nissan March G♯ '97
224. Nissan Pulsar Serie VZ-R '97
225. Nissan Pulsar Serie VZ-R N1 '97
226. Nissan R390 GT1 Race Car '97
227. Nissan R390 GT1 Road Car '97
228. Nissan Skyline GT-R 4Door (R33) '97
229. Zexel Nissan Skyline GT-R R33 GT500 '97
230. Nissan Stagea RS Four V '97
231. Nissan 200SX '98 (PAL)
232. Nissan 300ZX Version R 2by2 '98
233. Nissan Cube X '98
234. Nissan Fairlady Z 300ZX Version S 2seater (Z32) '98
235. Nissan Fairlady Z 300ZX Version S 2seater Twin Turbo (Z32) '98
236. Nissan Primera 2.0Te-V ‘98
237. Nissan Primera Wagon ‘98
238. Nissan R390 GT1 Race Car '98
239. Nissan R390 GT1 Road Car '98
240. Nissan Silvia K's Aero SE (S14) '98
241. Nissan Skyline 25GT Turbo (R34) '98
242. Nissan Stagea 25t RS Four V '98
243. Nissan Stagea Autech Version 260RS '98
244. Daishin Nissan Silvia GT300 '99
245. Nissan Silvia Spec R '99
246. Nissan Silvia Spec R Aero '99
247. Nissan Silvia Spec S '99
248. Nissan Silvia Spec S Aero '99
249. Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34) '99
250. Calsonic Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 GT500 '99
251. Unisia JecsNissan Skyline GT-R R34 GT500 '99
252. Nissan Skyline GT-R V-spec (R34) '99
253. Nissan Skyline 280 Type MR
254. Nissan GT-R 4Door Tuned by Nismo
255. Nissan Skyline Silhouette Foumula (R30)
256. Nissan Stagea 260RS Tuned by Nismo
257. Opel Astra SRi 2.0i 16V [D] [RM]
258. Opel Calibra DTM ‘95
259. Opel Corsa Sport 1.6i 16V
260. Opel Tigra 1.6i
261. Opel Tigra Ice Race Car
262. Opel Vectra GSi 2.5 V6
263. Peugeot 106 1.6 Rallye
264. Peugeot 106 1.6 S16
265. Peugeot 206 WRC ‘99
266. Peugeot 206 S16
267. Peugeot 306 S16
268. Peugeot 406 3.0 V6 Coupe
269. Peugeot 406 Sedan
270. Plymouth Cuda '70
271. Plymouth GTX
272. Plymouth Muscle Car
273. Plymouth PT Spyder
274. Plymouth Superbird
275. RE Amemiya Matsukiyo RX-7 '99
276. Renault Clio 16V
277. Renault Clio Sport V6 Concept ‘98
278. Renault Espace F1
279. Renault Laguna V6
280. Renault Megane 2.0 16V Coupe
281. RUF BTR Type I
282. RUF BTR Type II
283. RUF BTR2
284. RUF BTR4
285. RUF CTR Yellow Bird
286. RUF CTR2
287. RUF CTR2 Sport
288. RUF RCT
289. RUF Turbo-R
290. Saleen SR Widebody
291. Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe '64
292. Shelby GT350 '65
293. Shelby Cobra 427 '67
294. Shelby GT500 '68
295. Shelby GT500KR '68 (NTSC-J 1.0)
296. Shelby Series 1 ‘98
297. Spoon Civic Type-R
298. Spoon Integra Type-R
299. Spoon S2000
300. Subaru Forester S/tb '97
301. Subaru Impreza Coupe WRX Type R STi Version IV '97
302. Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STi Version IV '97
303. Subaru Impreza Sport Wagon WRX STi Version IV '97
304. Subaru Legacy Touring Wagon GT-B Limited '97
305. Subaru Vivio '97
306. Subaru Vivio RX-R '97
307. Subaru Vivio RX-RA '97
308. Subaru Impreza 22B 98
309. Subaru Impreza Coupe WRX Type R STi Version V '98
310. Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX '98
311. Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STi Version V '98
312. Subaru Impreza Sport Wagon WRX '98
313. Subaru Impreza Sport Wagon WRX STi Version V '98
314. Subaru Legacy B4 RSK '98
315. Subaru Impreza Coupe WRX Type R STi Version VI '99
316. Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX Type RA STi Version VI '99
317. Subaru Impreza Sport Wagon WRX STi Version VI '99
318. Cusco Subaru Impreza GT300 '99
319. Subaru Impreza WRC ‘99
320. Suzuki Alto Works RS/X '90
321. Suzuki Cervo Mode SR-Four '90
322. Suzuki Selvo Mode SR-Four '90
323. Suzuki Cappuccino '95
324. Suzuki Wagon R Turbo RT/S '95
325. Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak Version ‘96
326. Suzuki Alto Works Limited '97
327. Suzuki Alto Works RS/Z '97
328. Suzuki Wagon R Aero RS '97
329. Suzuki Wagon R Column FT '97
330. Suzuki Alto Works RS/Z '98
331. Suzuki Kei S '98
332. Suzuki Wagon R RR '98
333. Suzuki Cultus Pikes Peak Version
334. Tommy Kaira m13 (Stage II)
335. Tommy Kaira M30 (GTS) '87
336. Tommy Kaira M30 (GTS-R) '91
337. Tommy kaira R '95
338. Tommy kaira R '99
339. Tommy Kaira ZZ-S Coupe
340. Tommy Kaira ZZ II
341. Tommy Kaira ZZ III
342. Tom's Angel T01
343. Tom's Supra
344. Tom's T020
345. Tom's T111
346. Toyota 2000GT ‘67
347. Toyota Celica XX 2800GT '81
348. Toyota Starlet 3 Door Turbo S '82
349. Toyota MR2 1600 G-Limited Supercharger '86
350. Toyota Starlet 3 Door Turbo S '87
351. Toyota Aristo 3.0V '91
352. Toyota Celica GT-R 4WS (ST183) '91
353. Toyota Celica GT-Four (ST185) '91
354. Toyota Celica GT-Four RC (ST185) '91
355. Toyota MR Spider '96
356. Toyota Aristo V300 '97
357. Toyota Caldina GT-T '97
358. Toyota Celica SS-III (ST202) '97
359. Toyota Prius '97
360. Toyota Supra RZ '97
361. Toyota Supra SZ-R '97
362. Toyota Altezza AS200 '98 (NTSC/NTSC-J)
363. Toyota Altezza RS200 '98
364. Toyota Corolla WRC '98
365. Toyota GT-ONE '98
366. Toyota GT-ONE Road Car '98
367. Toyota MR2 G-Limited '98
368. Toyota MR2 GT-S '98
369. Toyota Sprinter Trueno BZ-R '98
370. Toyota Starlet Glanza V '98
371. Wedssport Toyota Celica GT300 '99
372. Toyota Celica Mechanical Sports Version (ZZT231) '99
373. Toyota Celica Rally Car
374. Toyota Celica SS-II '99
375. Toyota GT-ONE ‘99
376. Momo Corse Toyota MR2 GT300 '99
377. Toyota MR-S S edition '99
378. Castrol Tom’s Toyota Supra GT500 '99
379. BP Apex Kraft Toyota Trueno AE86 GT300 ‘99
380. Toyota Vitz F '99
381. Toyota Altezza 280T
382. Toyota Altezza LM Edition
383. TRD Chaser TRD Sports X30
384. TRD 2000GT
385. TRD 3000GT
386. TVR Cerbera 4.2
387. TVR Cerbera Speed 6
388. TVR Chimaera 4.0
389. TVR Chimaera 4.5
390. TVR Chimaera 5.0
391. TVR Speed Cerbera 12 concept
392. TVR Tuscan Speed 6 Concept
393. Vector M12
394. Vector M12 LM Edition
395. Wiegert Vector W8 Twin Turbo
396. Venturi Atlantique 300
397. Venturi Atlantique 400 GT
398. Venturi Atlantique 600 LM
399. Volkswagen Golf IV 2.3 V5
400. Volkswagen Golf IV GTI
401. Volkswagen Golf IV GTI 1.8T
402. Volkswagen Golf IV V6
403. Volkswagen Lupo 1.4
404. Volkswagen New Beetle GLS 2.0
405. Volkswagen New Beetle GT

1. Acura CL 3.2 Type-S ‘01
2. Acura Integra Type R ‘01
3. Acura RSX Type-S ‘01
4. Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Coupe ‘00
5. Aston Martin Vanquish ‘00
6. Chevrolet Camaro SS ‘00
7. Chevrolet Corvette C5.R ‘00
8. Chevrolet Corvette C5 Z06 ‘00
9. Chevrolet Camaro LM Race Car
10. Dodge Viper GTS-R Concept ‘00
11. Chrysler PT Cruiser ‘00
12. Citroën Xsara Kit Car ‘99
13. Daihatsu Mira TR-XX Avanzato R ‘97
14. Daihatsu Storia X4 ‘00
15. Dodge Viper GTS-R Team Oreca ‘00
16. Fiat Coupe Turbo Plus ‘00
17. Ford Mustang SVT Cobra R ‘00
18. Gillet Vertigo Race Car ‘97
19. Honda Accord Euro-R ‘00
20. Honda Integra Type R (DC2) '99
21. Castrol Mugen Honda NSX JGTC ‘00
22. Honda S2000 Type V ‘00
23. Honda S2000 LM Race Car
24. Jaguar XJ220 LM Race Car
25. Lamborghini Nomad Diablo GT1 ’00 (NTSC-J)
26. Lancia Delta HF Integrale WRC ‘92
27. Lister Storm V12 GT2 ‘99
28. Lotus Motor Sport Elise ‘00
29. Mazda 787B ‘91
30. Mazda Eunos Roadster SR-Limited (NA) '97 (NTSC-J)
31. Mazda MX-5 1800 RS (NB, J) '00
32. Mazda RX-7 Type RZ (FD) '00
33. Mazda RX-7 LM Race Car ‘01
34. Mazda RX-8 Concept (Type-I) '01
35. Mercedes-Benz CL 600 '00
36. Mercedes-Benz CLK 55 AMG '00
37. Mercedes-Benz CLK DTM '00
38. Mine's Lancer Evolution VI ‘00
39. Mine's Skyline GT-R N1 V –spec (R34) ‘00
40. Mitsubishi GTO Twin Turbo '98
41. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI GSR Tommi Makinen Edition Special Color Package '99
42. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI WRC '99
43. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII GSR '01
44. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII RS '01
45. Mitsubishi FTO LM Race Car
46. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII WRC Prototype
47. Mugen S2000 ‘00
48. Nismo Skyline GT-R R-tune (R34) '99
49. Nismo Skyline GT-R S-tune (R32) '00
50. C-West Razo Nissan Silvia JGTC ‘01
51. Calsonic Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 JGTC ‘00
52. Nissan Silvia Varietta (S15) ‘00
53. Nissan Z Concept
54. Opel Astra V8 Coupe DTM ‘00
55. Opel Calibra DTM ‘94
56. Opel Speedster ‘00
57. Pagani Zonda C12 ‘00
58. Pagani Zonda C12S ‘00
59. Pagani Zonda LM Race Car
60. Panoz Esperante GTR-1 '98
61. Polyphony Digital F090/S (NTSC/NTSC-J)
62. Polyphony Digital F094/H (NTSC/NTSC-J)
63. Polyphony Digital F094/S (NTSC/NTSC-J)
64. Polyphony Digital F686/M (NTSC/NTSC-J)
65. Polyphony Digital F687/S (NTSC/NTSC-J)
66. Polyphony Digital F688/S (NTSC/NTSC-J)
67. Polyphony 001 (PAL)
68. Polyphony 002 (PAL)
69. Renault Sport Clio V6 24V '00
70. Renault Sport Clio Trophy V6 24V '00
71. RUF 3400S ‘00
72. RUF RGT ‘00
73. Spoon Civic Type-R (EK9) ‘00
74. Spoon S2000 Race Car ‘00
75. Spoon S2000 ‘00
76. Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STi (Type-I) '00
77. Subaru Impreza Sport Wagon STi (Type-I) '00
78. Subaru Impreza WRC Prototype ‘01
79. Subaru Impreza LM Race Car
80. Suzuki Alto Works Suzuki Sports Limited ‘97
81. Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak Version ‘98
82. Tickford Falcon XR8 V8 Supercar ‘00
83. Tom's Chaser X540 ‘00
84. Tommy kaira ZZ II ‘00
85. Toyota Celica GT-Four WRC (ST205) ‘95
86. Toyota MR2 G-Limited '97
87. Toyota MR2 GT-S '97
88. Toyota Celica GT-Four (ST205) ‘98
89. Toyota Super Autobacs APEX MR-S JGTC ‘00
90. Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT-Apex (AE86) Shuichi Shigeno version ‘00
91. Castrol Tom's Toyota Supra JGTC ‘00
92. Toyota Vitz Euro Sport Edition ‘00
93. Toyota Vitz RS 1.5 ‘00
94. Toyota Altezza LM Race Car
95. TRD Celica TRD Sports M (ZZT231) '00
96. TVR Cerbera Speed 12 ‘00
97. TVR Tuscan Speed 6 ‘00
98. Volkswagen Lupo Cup Car ‘00
99. Volkswagen New Beetle 2.0 ‘00
100. Volkswagen New Beetle Cup Car ‘00
101. Volkswagen New Beetle RSi ‘00

1. ASL Garaiya ‘00
2. Audi RS 4 '01
3. Audi RS 6 '02
4. Audi RS 6 Avant '02
5. Abt Audi TT-R '02
6. Cadillac Cien Concept '02
7. Chrysler Crossfire concept ‘02
8. Daihatsu Copen Active Top '02
9. Dome Zero Concept '78
10. Ford Focus RS ‘02
11. Ford GT Concept ‘02
12. Ford GT LM Race Car
13. Ford Ka '01
14. Honda Civic Type-R (EP3) '01
15. Honda Dualnote Concept ‘01
16. Honda FIT W '01
17. Honda Integra Type R (DC5) '03
18. Honda Integra Type R (DC5) LM Edition
19. Mobil 1 Honda NSX JGTC '01
20. Honda NSX-R Concept ‘01
21. Honda S2000 '01
22. Honda NSX-R Prototype LM Road Car
23. Honda NSX-R Prototype LM Race Car
24. Hyundai Accent WRC ‘01
25. Hyundai Clix Concept '01
26. Hyundai Coupe FX '01
27. Infiniti FX45 Concept ‘02
28. Infiniti G35 Sedan ‘03
29. Jaguar S-Type R ‘02
30. Jaguar XKR R-Performance ‘02
31. Lotus Elise '00
32. Lotus Elise Type 72 '01
33. Mazda Atenza Concept ‘01
34. Mazda RX-8 Concept (Type-II) '01
35. Mazda RX-7 Type R Bathurst R (FD) '01
36. Mazda RX-7 Spirit R Type A (FD) '02
37. Mazda Atenza LM Edition
38. Mazda RX-8 LM Race Car
39. Mercedes-Benz SL 500 (R230) '02
40. Mercedes-Benz SL 55 AMG (R230) '02
41. Mini Cooper S ‘02
42. Mitsubishi CZ-3 '01
43. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII WRC '01
44. Mitsubishi Airtrek Turbo-R ‘02
45. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII GT-A '02
46. Mitsubishi CZ-3 Tarmac Rally Car
47. Nissan GT-R Concept ‘01
48. Nissan MM-R Cup Car ‘01
49. Nissan Primera 20V ‘01
50. Pennzoil Zexel Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 JGTC ‘01
51. Nissan Skyline GT-R M-spec (R34) ‘01
52. Nissan Skyline Sedan 350GT ‘01
53. Nismo Fairlady Z S-tune concept by Gran Turismo (Z33) '02
54. Nissan Fairlady Z Version S (Z33) '02
55. Nissan MM ‘02
56. Nissan 350Z (Z33, US) '03
57. Nissan Fairlady Z Concept LM Race Car
58. Nissan GT-R Concept LM Race Car
59. Pagani Zonda C12S '02
60. Pontiac Solstice Coupe Concept '02
61. Renault Sport Clio 2.0 16V '02
62. Spyker C8 Laviolette ’01
63. Subaru Impreza WRX STi Prodrive Style (Type-I) '01
64. Subaru Impreza WRC ‘01
65. Subaru Impreza WRC ‘03
66. Suzuki GSX-R/4 Concept ‘01
67. Toyota Altezza Gita AS300 ’01
68. Esso Ultraflo Toyota Supra JGTC ‘01
69. Toyota RSC ‘01
70. Toyota WiLL VS ‘01
71. Toyota POD
72. Toyota RSC Rally Car
73. Volkswagen Golf IV GTI ‘01
74. Volkswagen Lupo GTi ‘01
75. Volkswagen Nardo W12 Concept ‘01

1. BMW Concept M5 ‘04
2. Chevrolet Corvette Stingray L46 350 (C3) '69
3. Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 '70
4. Honda 1300 Coupe 9 S ‘70
5. Honda HSC '03
6. Takata Dome Honda NSX JGTC '03
7. Honda Odyssey ‘03
8. Honda S2000 '03
9. Mazda Demio Sport ‘03
10. Mazda Kusabi ‘03
11. Mazda RX-8 Type S '03
12. McLaren F1 GTR Longtail ‘97
13. Mitsubishi Lancer 1600 GSR '73
14. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV WRC '97
15. Mitsubishi Colt 1.5 Sport X Version '02
16. Mitsubishi I Concept '02
17. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII GSR '03
18. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII MR '03
19. Nissan Skylline GT-R V-spec II Nür (R34) '02
20. Nismo Fairlady Z Z-tune (Z33) '03
21. Nissan Micra 12c 5door (K12) '03
22. Nissan Skyline Coupe 350GT '03
23. Xanavi Nismo Nissan GT-R JGTC '03
24. Spoon Fit Race Car '03
25. Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STi (Type-II) '02
26. Cusco Advan Subaru Impreza JGTC '03
27. Subaru Legacy B4 2.0GT '03
28. Subaru Legacy B4 2.0GT Spec B (J) '03
29. Subaru Legacy B4 3.0R '03
30. Subaru Legacy Touring Wagon 2.0GT '03
31. Subaru Legacy Touring Wagon 2.0GT Spec B (J) '03
32. Subaru Legacy Touring Wagon 3.0R '03
33. Suzuki Cappuccino (EA11R) '91
34. Suzuki Concept-S2 '03
35. Toyota bB Z 1.5 X Version '00
36. Toyota ist 1.5S '02
37. Toyota Prius G Touring Selection (J) '03
38. Woodone Tom’s Toyota Supra JGTC '03
39. Toyota Motor Triathlon Race Car '04
40. Trial Celica SS-II (ZZT231) '03
41. Volkswagen Lupo GTI Cup Car (J) '03

  1. AC Cars 427 S/C '66
  2. Acura CL 3.2 Type-S '03
  3. Acura NSX '04
  4. Acura RSX Type-S '04
  5. Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale '63
  6. Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA 1600 '65
  7. Alfa Romeo Spider 1600 Duetto '66
  8. Alfa Romeo 155 2.5 V6 TI '93
  9. Alfa Romeo GTV 3.0 V6 24V '01
  10. Alfa Romeo Spider 3.0i V6 24V '01
  11. Alfa Romeo 147 2.0 Twinspark '02
  12. Alfa Romeo 147 GTA '02
  13. Alfa Romeo GT 3.2 V6 24V '04 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  14. Alpine A110 1600S '73
  15. Alpine A310 1600VE '73
  16. Amuse Carbon R (R34) '04
  17. Amuse S2000 GT1 '04
  18. Amuse S2000 R1 '04
  19. Amuse S2000 Street Version '04
  20. ARTA ASL Garaiya (JGTC) '03
  21. Aston Martin DB9 Coupe '03
  22. Aston Martin Vanquish '04
  23. Audi Quattro '82
  24. Audi R8 '01
  25. Audi A2 1.4 '02
  26. Audi S3 '02
  27. Audi A3 3.2 Quattro '03
  28. Audi S4 '03
  29. Audi Le Mans Quattro '03
  30. Audi Nuvolari Quattro '03 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  31. Audi Pikes Peak Quattro '03 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  32. Audi TT Coupe 3.2 Quattro '03
  33. Audi A4 DTM '04
  34. Autobianchi A112 Abarth '79
  35. Auto Union V16 Type C Streamline '1937 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  36. Bentley Speed 8 '03
  37. Blitz ER34 D1 spec 2004 (D1GP) '04
  38. BMW 2002 Turbo '73
  39. BMW M Coupe '98
  40. BMW V12 LMR '99
  41. BMW M3 GTR GT (E46) '01
  42. BMW 320i Super 2000 ETCC '03
  43. BMW M3 CSL (E46) '03
  44. BMW M3 GTR (E46) '03
  45. BMW Z4 '03
  46. BMW 120d '04
  47. BMW 120i '04
  48. BMW M3 (E46) '04
  49. BMW 330i '05
  50. BMW M5 (E60) '05
  51. Buick Special '62
  52. Buick GNX '87
  53. Callaway C12 '03
  54. Caterham Seven Fire Blade '02
  55. Chaparral 2D '67 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  56. Chaparral 2J '70 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  57. Chevrolet Corvette Convertible (C1) '54
  58. Chevrolet Corvette Coupe (C2) '63
  59. Chevrolet Corvette Coupe (C2) Race Car '63
  60. Chevrolet Camaro SS '69
  61. Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z Concept '88
  62. Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 (C4) '90
  63. Chevrolet Silverado SST Concept '02
  64. Chevrolet SSR '03
  65. Chrysler Prowler '02
  66. Chrysler Crossfire '04
  67. Chrysler 300C '05 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  68. Citroën 2CV Type A '54
  69. Citroën C3 1.6 '02
  70. Citroën C5 V6 Exclusive '03
  71. Citroën Xsara VTR '03
  72. Cizeta V16T '94
  73. Daihatsu Midget '63
  74. Daihatsu Copen Detachable Top '02
  75. Daihatsu Move Custom RS Limited '02
  76. DMC DeLorean S2 '04
  77. Dodge Charger 440 R/T '70
  78. Dodge Charger Super Bee 426 Hemi ‘71
  79. Dodge Neon SRT4 '03
  80. Dodge Viper SRT10 '03
  81. Dodge RAM 1500 Laramie Hemi Quad Cab '04
  82. Eagle Talon Esi '97
  83. Fiat 500F '65
  84. Fiat Panda Super i.e. '90
  85. Fiat Barchetta Giovane Due '00
  86. Fiat Punto HGT Abarth '00
  87. Ford Model T Tourer '1915
  88. Ford RS200 Rally Car '85
  89. Ford Focus ST170 '03
  90. Ford SVT F-150 Lightning '03
  91. Ford GT LM Race Car Spec II '04
  92. Ford GT '05
  93. Ford Mustang GT '05
  94. FPV F6 Typhoon '04
  95. FPV GT '04
  96. Gillet Vertigo Race Car '04
  97. Ginetta G4 '64
  98. HKS Genki Hyper Silvia RS2 (D1GP) '04
  99. Holden Commodore SS '04
  100. Holden Monaro CV8 '04
  101. Hommell Berlinette R/S Coupe '99
  102. Honda S500 '63
  103. Honda S600 '64
  104. Honda S800 '66
  105. Honda N360 '67
  106. Honda S800 RSC Race Car '68
  107. Honda Z Act '70
  108. Honda Life Step Van ‘72
  109. Honda Civic 1500 3door CX '79
  110. Honda Ballade Sports CR-X 1.5i '83
  111. Honda City Turbo II '83
  112. Honda Civic 1500 3door 25i '83
  113. Honda Today G '85
  114. Honda Accord Coupe '88
  115. Honda Civic SiR-II (EG) '95
  116. Honda Gathers Drider Civic Race Car '98
  117. Honda Insight '99
  118. Honda Accord Euro-R '02
  119. Honda NSX Type R '02
  120. Honda Accord Coupe EX '03
  121. Honda Element '03
  122. Honda Civic Type R (EP3) '04
  123. HPA Motorsports Stage II R32 '04 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  124. Hyundai Tiburon Turbulence '99 (Korean)
  125. Hyundai Tuscani CCS '03 (Korean)
  126. Hyundai Click Type-R '04 (Korean)
  127. Isuzu 117 Coupe '68
  128. Isuzu Bellett 1600 GT-R '69
  129. Isuzu Piazza XE '81
  130. Jaguar E-Type Coupe '61
  131. Jaguar XJR-9 LM '88 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  132. Jay Leno Tank Car '03
  133. Jensen Interceptor MkIII '74
  134. Lancia Stratos Rally Car '77
  135. Land Rover Range Stormer Concept '04
  136. Lexus IS 200 GT-1 '04 (Korean)
  137. Lotus Elan S1 '62
  138. Lotus Europa Special '71
  139. Lotus Esprit Turbo HC '87
  140. Lotus Carlton '90
  141. Lotus Esprit V8 '02
  142. Lotus Elise 111S '03
  143. Lotus Elise 111R '04
  144. Marcos Mini Marcos GT '70
  145. Mazda Carol 360 Deluxe '62
  146. Mazda 110S (L10A) '67
  147. Mazda 110S (L10B) '68
  148. Mazda Eunos Roadster J-Limited (NA) '91
  149. Mazda Eunos Roadster S-Special Type I (NA) '95
  150. Mazda Eunos Roadster VR-Limited (NA) '95
  151. Mazda éfini RX-7 Type RZ (FD) '96
  152. Mazda Familia Sedan Sport 20 '02
  153. Mazda Atenza Sports 23Z '03
  154. BP Falkenn Mazda RX-7 (D1GP) '03
  155. Mazda RX-8 '03
  156. Mazda RX-8 Type S '03
  157. Mazda MX-5 1600 NR-A (NB, J) '04 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  158. Mazda MX-5 1800 NR-A (NB, J) '04 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  159. Mazda MX-Crossport Concept '05 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  160. Mazdaspeed 6 '05
  161. Benz Patent Motor Wagen '1986
  162. Daimler Motor Carriage '1986
  163. Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Coupe '54
  164. Sauber Mercedes C9 '89
  165. Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.5 - 16 Evolution II '91
  166. Mercedes-Benz AMG Mercedes 190 E 2.5 - 16 Evolution II DTM '92
  167. Mercedes-Benz A 160 Avantgarde '98
  168. Mercedes-Benz CLK-LM '98
  169. Mercedes-Benz SL 500 (R129) '98
  170. Mercedes-Benz SL 600 (R129) '98
  171. Mercedes-Benz E 55 AMG '02
  172. Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren '03
  173. Mercedes-Benz SL 600 (R230) '04
  174. Mercedes-Benz SL 65 AMG (R230) '04
  175. MG MGF '97
  176. MG TF160 '03
  177. Mini Cooper '02
  178. Mini ONE '02
  179. Mitsubishi Galant GTO MR '70
  180. Mitsubishi Lancer 1600 GSR Rally Car '74
  181. Mitsubishi Mirage 1400GLX '78
  182. Mitsubishi Lancer EX 1800GSR IC Turbo '83
  183. Mitsubishi Starion 4WD Group B Prototype '84
  184. Mitsubishi Pajero Rally Raid Car '85
  185. Mitsubishi Galant 2.0 DOHC Turbo VR-4 '89
  186. Mitsubishi HSR-II Concept '89
  187. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution GSR '92
  188. Mitsubishi GTO SR '98
  189. Mitsubishi GTO Twin Turbo MR '98
  190. Mitsubishi Legnum VR-4 Type V '98
  191. Mitsubishi FTO GP Version R '99
  192. Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder GTS '03
  193. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII RS '03
  194. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Super Rally Car '03
  195. Mitsubishi Pajero Evolution Rally Raid Car '03
  196. Mitsubishi Eclipse GT '06 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  197. Mitsubishi FTO Super Touring Car
  198. Nike One 2022
  199. Nissan Skyline Sport Coupe (BLRA-3) '62
  200. Nissan Skyline 1500 Deluxe (S50D-1) '63
  201. Nissan Silvia (CSP311) '65
  202. Nissan Skyline 2000GT-B (S54A) '67
  203. Nissan Fairlady 2000 (SR311) '68
  204. Nissan Bluebird 1600 Deluxe (510) '69
  205. Nissan Bluebird Rally Car (510) '69
  206. Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R (KPGC110) '73
  207. Nissan Fairlady Z 280Z-L 2seater (S130) '78
  208. Nissan Bluebird Hardtop 1800SSS (910) '79
  209. Nissan Fairlady Z 300ZX (Z31) '83
  210. Nissan Silvia 240RS (S110) '83
  211. Nissan Skyline Hard Top 2000 Turbo RS (R30) '83
  212. Nissan 240RS Rally Car '85
  213. Nissan Be-1 '87
  214. Nissan PAO '89
  215. Nissan R89C '89
  216. Nissan Skyline GT-R N1 (R32) '91
  217. Nissan R92CP '92
  218. Nissan Silvia K's Aero (S14) '93
  219. Nissan Calsonic Skyline GT-R R32 Group A Race Car '93
  220. Nissan Skyline GT-R V-spec N1 (R32) '93
  221. Nissan Skyline GT-R N1 (R33) '95
  222. Nissan Skyline GT-R V-spec LM Limited (R33) '96
  223. Nissan Skyline GT-R V-spec II N1 (R34) '00
  224. Nissan Gran Turismo Skyline GT-R '01
  225. Nissan Gran Turismo Skyline GT-R (PaceCar) '01
  226. Nissan Cube EX (FF/CVT) '02
  227. Nissan Skyline GT-R M-spec Nür (R34) '02
  228. Nissan Skyline Sedan 350GT-8 '02
  229. Nissan Fairlady Z (Z33) '03
  230. Nissan Falken Skyline GT-R R34 Race Car '04
  231. Motul Pitwork Nissan Z (JGTC) '04
  232. Nissan Option Stream Z '04
  233. Opel Speedster Turbo '00
  234. Opel Corsa Comfort 1.4 '01
  235. Opel Vectra 3.2 V6 '03
  236. Opera Performance 350Z '04
  237. Opera Performance S2000 '04
  238. Pescarolo Courage C60-Peugeot '03
  239. Pescarolo C60-Judd '04
  240. Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 '85
  241. Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 Rally Car '85
  242. Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 Evolution 2 '86
  243. Peugeot 905B Evo 1 Bis LM '92
  244. Peugeot 206cc '01
  245. Peugeot 106 Rallye '03
  246. Peugeot 106 S16 '03
  247. Peugeot 206 RC '03
  248. Peugeot 307 XSi '04
  249. Plymouth Cuda 440 Six Pack '71
  250. Polyphony Digital Formula Gran Turismo '04
  251. Pontiac Tempest Le Mans GTO '64
  252. Pontiac Sunfire GXP Concept '02
  253. Pontiac Vibe GT '03
  254. Pontiac GTO 5.7 Coupe '04
  255. Proto Motors Spirra 4.6 V8 '04 (PAL NTSC-U Korean)
  256. RE Amemiya Asparadrink RX7 (JGTC) '04
  257. Renault 5 Turbo '80
  258. Renault 5 Maxi Turbo '85
  259. Renault Megane 2.0 IDE Coupe '00
  260. Renault Avantime '02
  261. Renault Sport Clio V6 Phase 2 '03
  262. Renault Megane 2.0 16V '03
  263. RUF BTR '86
  264. Saleen S7 '02
  265. Seat Ibiza Cupra '04
  266. Shelby Mustang GT350R '65
  267. Shelby Series 1 Super Charged '03
  268. Spoon Integra Type R (DC2) '99
  269. Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STi '94
  270. Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STi spec C (Type-II) '04
  271. Suzuki Alto Lapin Turbo '02
  272. Suzuki Kei Works '02
  273. Suzuki MR Wagon Sport '04
  274. Toyota Sports 800 '65
  275. Toyota 7 '70
  276. Toyota Celica 1600GT (TA22) '70
  277. Toyota MR2 1600 G '86
  278. Toyota Supra 3.0GT Turbo A '88
  279. Toyota Caldina ED 2.0 X 4WS '89
  280. Toyota 88C-V '89
  281. Toyota Sera '92
  282. Toyota Celica GT-Four WRC (ST185) '95
  283. Toyota Soarer 2.5GT-T '97
  284. Toyota Starlet Glanza V '97
  285. Toyota Aristo V300 '00
  286. Toyota Aristo V300 Vertex Edition '00
  287. Toyota Soarer 430SCV '01
  288. Toyota Caldina GT-Four '02
  289. Toyota Corolla Runx Z Aerotourer '02
  290. Toyota MR-S V Edition (6MT) '02
  291. Toyota Prius G (J) '02
  292. Toyota Vitz RS Turbo '02
  293. Toyota Voltz S '02
  294. Wedssport Toyota Celica (JGTC) '03
  295. Toyota Tacoma X-Runner '04
  296. Triumph Spitfire 1500 '74
  297. TVR V8S '91
  298. TVR Tamora '02
  299. TVR T350C '03
  300. Volkswagen Beetle 1100 Standard (Type-11) '49
  301. Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Coupe (Type-1) '68
  302. Volkswagen Golf I GTI '76
  303. Volkswagen Bora V6 4Motion '01
  304. Volkswagen Polo GTI '01
  305. Volkswagen Lupo 1.4 '02
  306. Volkswagen Golf IV R32 '03
  307. Volkswagen Golf V GTI '05
  308. Volvo 240 GLT Estate '88
  309. Volvo S60 T 5 Sport '03

Ferrari 599 '06
Honda Integra Type R (DC5) '04
Infiniti G35 Coupe '06
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX GSR '05

1. Alfa Romeo 147 TI '06
2. Alfa Romeo Brera 3.2 JTS Q4 '06
3. Amuse S2000 GT1 Turbo
4. Art Morrison Corvette '60
5. Aston Martin DB9 Coupe '06
6. Audi R8 4.2 FSI '07
7. Audi TT Coupe 3.2 '07
8. Blitz Dunlop ER34 '07
9. BMW 135i Coupe '07
10. BMW Concept 1 Series tii '07
11. BMW M3 Coupe '07
12. Chevrolet Corvette Z06 '06
13. Citroën C4 Coupe '05
14. Concept by GT Clio Sport V6 /Tuned
15. Concept by GT Corvette Z06 /Tuned
16. Concept by GT Ford GT LM Spec II Test Car
17. Concept by GT Gran Turismo 350Z RS
18. Concept by GT Lancer Evolution IX /Tuned
19. Concept by GT Lancer Evolution X /Tuned
20. Concept by GT Lotus Elise /Tuned
21. Concept by GT Lotus Elise 111R /Tuned
22. Concept by GT Skyline Coupe /Tuned
23. Concept by GT Suzuki Cappuccino /HP Tuned
24. Concept by GT Swift Sport /Tuned
25. Concept by GT Viper SRT10 Coupe /Tuned
26. Daihatsu OFC-1 '07
27. Dodge Viper GTS '02
28. Dodge Viper SRT10 Coupe '06
29. Ferrari 512BB '76
30. Ferrari F2007
31. Ferrari F40 '92
32. Ferrari F430 '06
33. Ford GT '06
34. Ford Mustang GT '07
35. Jaguar XK Coupe '06
36. Lexus IS F '07
37. Mazda Atenza Sport 25Z '07
38. Mazda RX-8 Type S '07
39. Mine's BNR34 Skyline GT-R '06
40. MINI COOPER-S '06
41. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X GSR '07
42. Nissan Fairlady Z Version S '07
43. Nissan GT-R Black Mask
44. Nissan GT-R Proto '05
45. Nissan GT-R '07
46. Nissan Skyline Coupe 370GT '07
47. Nissan Skyline Sedan 350GT '06
48. Subaru Impreza WRX STi '07
49. Subaru Impreza WRX STI Type RA '05
50. Suzuki Cervo SR '07
51. Suzuki Swift Sport '07

1. Audi PlayStation Team Oreca Audi R8 LMP900 '05
2. Team ABT Sportline Audi R8 LMS '09
3. Bugatti Veyron 16.4 '09
4. Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 (C6) '09
5. Ferrari Enzo '02
6. Lamborghini Countach LP400 '74
7. Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary '88
8. Mazda Furai '08
9. Pescarolo C60 Hybrid-Judd 05
10. Nissan GT-R Spec V '09

  1. AEM S2000
  2. Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ2 carrozzata da Zagato CN.AR750106 '65Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione '08
  3. Amuse Nismo 380RS Super Leggera
  4. Audi R10 TDI '06
  5. Audi RS6 Avant '08
  6. Audi R8 5.2 FSI Quattro '09
  7. Audi TTS Coupe '09
  8. Autobacs ARTA Garaiya GT300 '08
  9. BMW M5 (E60) '08
  10. BMW Z4 M Coupe '08
  11. Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible (C3) '69
  12. Chevrolet Camaro SS '10
  13. Chevrolet Impala NASCAR '10
  14. Citroën C4 WRC '08
  15. GT by Citroën Race Car
  16. GT by Citroën Road Car
  17. Dodge Challenger R/T '70
  18. Dodge Challenger SRT8 '08
  19. Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR '08
  20. Ferrari 330 P4 '67
  21. Ferrari 430 Scuderia '07
  22. Ferrari SP1 '08
  23. Ferrari 458 Italia '09
  24. Ferrari F10 '10
  25. Fiat 500 1.2 8V Lounge SS '08
  26. Ford Mark IV '67
  27. Ford Mustang Mach 1 '71
  28. Ford Focus RS WRC 07 '08
  29. Ford Fusion NASCAR '10
  30. Gran Turismo PDI Racing Kart 100
  31. Gran Turismo Racing Kart 125 SPL
  32. Gran Turismo Red Bull X2010
  33. Grand Touring Garage 1970 Ford Mustang Trans-Cammer
  34. High End Performance G37
  35. HKS CT230R '08
  36. Honda S2000 '06
  37. Honda NSX GT500 '06
  38. Honda S2000 '06
  39. Epson Honda NSX GT500 '08
  40. Honda Insight LS '09
  41. Honda CR-Z α '10
  42. HPA Motorsports FT565 twin turbo Audi TT 2007
  43. Isuzu 4200R Concept '89
  44. Jaguar XJ13 '66
  45. Jaguar XFR '10
  46. Jaguar XKR Coupe '10
  47. Lamborghini Miura P400 Bertone Prototype CN0706 '67
  48. Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 '08
  49. Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 '09
  50. Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 Super Veloce '09
  51. Bandai Direzza Lexus SC430 '06
  52. Weds Sport Lexus IS350 '08
  53. Lexus IS F Racing Concept '08
  54. Lexus SC430 GT500 '08
  55. Lexus LFA '10
  56. Maserati GranTurismo S '08
  57. Mazda Axela 23S '03
  58. McLaren F1 '94
  59. McLaren MP4-12C '10
  60. Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG '08
  61. Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren '09
  62. Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG '10
  63. Mitsubishi i-MiEV '09
  64. Nissan Silvia K's Diamond Selection (S13) '90
  65. Nissan Silvia Spec-R Aero (S15) '02
  66. Xanavi Nismo Nissan Z '06
  67. Nissan March 12SR '07
  68. Nissan 370Z Tuned Car '08
  69. Nissan Fairlady Z (Z34) '08
  70. Nissan GT-R GT500 '08
  71. Pagani Zonda R '09
  72. Peugeot 307 CC Premium AVN '04
  73. Peugeot 207 GTi '07
  74. Peugeot 908 HDi FAP ‘10
  75. AsparaDrink RE Amemiya RX-7 '06
  76. RE Amemiya µ Boost up 7
  77. Renault Sport Megane '08
  78. Spoon CR-Z
  79. Subaru Impreza WRC 2008
  80. Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STI '10
  81. Suzuki Swift Sport '05
  82. Suzuki SX4 WRC '08
  83. Tesla Motors Roadster '08
  84. Castrol Tom's Toyota Supra (JGTC) '97
  85. YellowHat YMS Toyota Supra '05
  86. Toyota Vitz RS 1.5 '07
  87. Toyota FT-86 Concept '09
  88. Toyota Camry NASCAR '10
  89. Toyota FT-86 G Sports Concept '10

  1. Abarth 1500 Biposto Bertone B.A.T 1 '52
  2. Abarth 500 '09
  3. Abarth Grande Punto '09
  4. Alfa Romeo MiTo 1.4 T Sport '09
  5. Alfa Romeo TZ3 Stradale '11
  6. Alpine A110 1600S '72
  7. Aston Martin One-77 '11
  8. Audi Quattro S1 Rally Car '86
  9. Audi Quattro S1 Pikes Peak '87
  10. Team Oreca Audi R8 LMS ‘10
  11. Audi Sport Team Joest Audi R18 TDI '11
  12. Audi Sport Team Phoenix Audi R8 LMS Ultra '12
  13. BMW 507 '57
  14. BMW Z8 '01
  15. BMW Motorsport BMW M3 GT2 '10
  16. BMW Motorsport BMW M3 GT 11
  17. BMW Z4 GT3 '11
  18. Bugatti Veyron 16.4 '13
  19. Cadillac CTS-V Coupe '11
  20. Chevrolet Corvette StingRay Racer Concept '59
  21. Chevrolet El Camino SS 396 '67
  22. Chevrolet Nova SS '70
  23. Chevrolet SS NASCAR ‘13
  24. Chevrolet Corvette Stingray (C7) '14
  25. DeltaWing 2012
  26. DeltaWing 2013
  27. Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta passo corto CN.2521 '61
  28. Ferrari 250 GTO CN.3729GT '62
  29. Ferrari 365 GTB4 '71
  30. Ferrari Dino 246 GT '71
  31. Ferrari FXX '07
  32. Ford Focus ST '13
  33. Ford Fusion NASCAR ‘13
  34. Ford Mustang Boss 302 '13
  35. Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 '13
  36. Gran Turismo Racing Kart 125 Shifter
  37. Honda FIT RS '10
  38. Honda HSV-010 '12
  39. Honda NSX Concept '13
  40. Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track '13
  41. Jaguar XKR-S '11
  42. Jay Leno 1966 Oldsmobile Toronado
  43. KTM X-BOW R '12
  44. KTM X-BOW Street '12
  45. Lamborghini Diablo GT2 '98
  46. Lamborghini Diablo GT '00
  47. Lamborghini Reventon '08
  48. Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Coupe Dynamic '13
  49. Lexus LFA Nürburgring Package '12
  50. Light Car Company Rocket '07
  51. Lotus Europa S.2 '68
  52. Lotus Europa Special ‘72
  53. Lotus Elise '11
  54. Mazda RX500 '70
  55. Mazda Demio Sport '10
  56. Kokusai Kaihatsu UK Racing McLaren F1 GTR '95
  57. Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 '11
  58. Mercedes-Benz AMG Vision Gran Turismo
  59. Monster Sport SX4 Pikes Peak Special 2011
  60. Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 '13
  61. Pagani Huayra '13
  62. Peugeot RCZ '10
  63. Plymouth XNR Ghia Roadster '60
  64. Plymouth AAR Cuda 340 Six Barrel '70
  65. Pozzi MotorSports Camaro RS
  66. Renault R8 Gordini '66
  67. Renault Sport Clio R.S. '11
  68. Renault Sport Mégane R.S. Trophy '11
  69. Renault Sport Mégane Trophy '11
  70. SRT Charger SRT8 '11
  71. SRT Viper GTS '13
  72. Stielow Engineering Red Devil
  73. Subaru Impreza WRX STI spec C '09
  74. R&D SPORT Subaru BRZ '12
  75. Subaru S206 NBR Challenge Package '12
  76. Tajima Monster Sport E-Runner Pikes Peak Special 2012
  77. Tesla Motors Model S Signature Performance '12
  78. Toyota Aqua S '11
  79. ♯166 Toyota GAZOO Racing Toyota 86 N24 SP3 Race Car '12
  80. Toyota Vitz F '12
  81. Toyota 86 "Racing" '13
  82. Toyota Camry NASCAR ‘13
  83. Volkswagen Motorsport Volkswagen Scirocco GT24 '08

1. Alfa Romeo 4C Launch Edition '14
2. Alfa Romeo 4C Group 3
3. Alfa Romeo 4C Group 3 Road Car
4. Alfa Romeo 4C Group 4
5. Alpine Vision Gran Turismo 2017
6. Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 '12
7. Aston Martin V8 Vantage S '15
8. Aston Martin V8 Vantage Group 4
9. Aston Martin Vulcan '16
10. Audi TTS Coupe '14
11. Audi Sport Team WRT Audi R8 LMS '15
12. Audi TT Cup '16
13. BMW i3 '15
14. BMW M4 Group 4
15. Walkenhorst Motorsport BMW M6 GT3 '16
16. Bugatti Veyron Group 4
17. Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo Group 1
18. Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo
19. Chevrolet Camaro SS '16
20. Chevrolet Corvette C7 Group 3
21. Chevrolet Corvette C7 Group 3 Road Car
22. Chevrolet Corvette C7 Group 4
23. Citroën DS3 Racing '11
24. GT by Citroën Group 4
25. Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat '15
26. Dodge Viper SRT GT3-R '15
27. Dodge Viper Group 4
28. Dodge SRT Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo Group 1
29. Ferrari 458 Italia Group.4
30. Ferrari 458 Italia GT3 '13
31. Ferrari LaFerrari '13
32. Fittipaldi EF7 Vision Gran Turismo by Pininfarina
33. Ford Focus Group B
34. Ford Focus ST '15
35. Ford Mustang Group 3
36. Ford Mustang Group 3 Road Car
37. Ford Mustang Group.4
38. Ford Mustang Group B
39. Ford Mustang GT Premium Fastback '15
40. Honda Civic Type R (FK2) '15
41. Honda Project 2&4 powered by RC213V
42. Honda Sports Vision Gran Turismo
43. Honda NSX '17
44. Honda NSX Group 3
45. Honda NSX Group 4
46. Honda NSX Group B
47. Hyundai Genesis Group 3
48. Hyundai Genesis Group 4
49. Hyundai Genesis Group B
50. Hyundai N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo
51. Hyundai N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo Group 1
52. Jaguar F-type R Coupe '14
53. Jaguar F-type Group 3
54. Jaguar F-type Group 4
55. Lamborghini Veneno '14
56. Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 '15
57. Lamborghini Huracán GT3 '15
58. Lamborghini Huracán Group 4
59. Lexus RC F '14
60. Lexus RC F Group 4
61. Emil Frey Racing Lexus RC F GT3 Prototype '16
62. Lexus LC500 '17
63. Mazda Atenza Group 3
64. Mazda Atenza Group 3 Road Car
65. Mazda Atenza Group 4
66. Mazda Atenza Sedan XD L Package '15
67. Mazda LM55 Vision Gran Turismo Group 1
68. McLaren 650S Coupe '14
69. McLaren 650S Group 4
70. McLaren 650S GT3 '15
71. McLaren Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo
72. McLaren Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo Group 1
73. Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Group 4
74. Mercedes-AMG GT S '15
75. AMG-Team HTP-Motorsport Mercedes-AMG GT3 '16
76. Mercedes-AMG GT Safety Car
77. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition '15
78. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition Group 3
79. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition Group 4
80. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition Group B
81. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition Group B Road Car
82. Nissan GT-R Premium Edition '17
83. Nissan GT-R Group 4
84. Nissan GT-R Group B
85. Nissan GT-R Safety Car
86. Peugeot 208 GTi by Peugeot Sport '14
87. Peugeot RCZ GT Line '15
88. Peugeot L500R Hybrid Vision Gran Turismo, 2017
89. Peugeot L750R Hybrid Vision Gran Turismo, 2017
90. Peugeot RCZ Group 3
91. Peugeot RCZ Group 3 Road Car
92. Peugeot RCZ Group.4
93. Peugeot RCZ Group B
94. Peugeot Vision Gran Turismo Group 3
95. Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991) '16
96. Porsche Team Porsche 919 Hybrid '16
97. Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport '16
98. Porsche 911 RSR (991) '17
99. Renault Sport Clio R.S. 220 EDC Trophy '15
100. Renault Sport Mégane Group 4
101. Renault Sport R.S.01 '16
102. Renault Sport R.S.01 GT3 '16
103. Subaru WRX STI Type S '14
104. Subaru WRX Group 3
105. Subaru WRX Group 4
106. Subaru WRX Group B
107. Subaru WRX Group B Road Car
108. Toyota 86 GT '15
109. Toyota 86 GRMN '16
110. Toyota 86 Group 4
111. Toyota 86 Group B
112. Toyota FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo Group 3
113. Toyota S-FR '15
114. Toyota S-FR Racing Concept '16
115. Toyota Gazoo Racing Toyota TS050 - Hybrid '16
116. Volkswagen Beetle Group 3
117. Volkswagen GTI Vision Gran Turismo Group 3
118. Volkswagen Golf VII GTI '14
119. Volkswagen Scirocco Group 4

1. Abarth 595 Esseesse '70
2. Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Berlinetta '38
3. Alpine A220 '68
4. Mercedes-AMG C 63 S '15
5. Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series '20
6. Mercedes-AMG GT R '17
7. Aston Martin DB5 '64
8. Audi R8 LMS Evo '19
9. Autobianchi A112 Abarth '85
10. BAC Mono '16
11. BMW 3.0 CSL '71
12. BMW 3.0 CSL '73
13. BMW M3 (E30) ‘89
14. Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 (C4) '89
15. Chevrolet Corvette C7 ZR1 '19
16. De Tomaso Mangusta '69
17. Ferrari 500 Mondial Pinin Farina Coupe '54
18. Ferrari 308 GTB '75
19. Ferrari Testarossa '91
20. Ferrari F12 Berlinetta '12
21. Ferrari FXX K '14
22. Ferrari F8 Tributo '19
23. Ford Mustang Boss 429 '69
24. Ford Shelby GT350R '16
25. Ford Focus RS '18
26. Ford GT Race Car '18
27. Genesis G70 3.3T AWD Prestige Package '22
28. Genesis G70 GR4
29. Genesis X GR3
30. Honda Civic Type R Limited Edition (FK8) '20
31. Jaguar Vision Gran Turismo Roadster
32. Jaguar Vision Gran Turismo SV
33. Jeep Willys MB '45
34. Lamborghini Lambo V12 Vision Gran Turismo
35. Mazda RX-8 Spirit R '12
36. Mazda RX-Vision '15
37. Mercedes-Benz S Barker Tourer '29
38. Mercedes-Benz 300 SL (W194) CN.194 '52
39. Nissan Fairlady Z 432 '69
40. Nissan Z Performance '23
41. Porsche Spyder type 550/1500RS '55
42. Porsche 356 A/1500 GS Carrera '56
43. Porsche 917K '70
44. Porsche 911 Carrera RS (964) '92
45. Porsche 911 Carrera RS (993) '95
46. Porsche 911 GT1 Strassenversion '97
47. Porsche Carrera GT '04
48. Porsche 917 Living Legend
49. Porsche Vision Gran TurismO
50. Radical SR3 SL '13
51. Subaru BRZ STI Sport '18
52. Suzuki Swift Sport '17
53. Suzuki Swift Sport Gr.4
54. Toyota Celica GT-FOUR (ST205) '94
55. Volkswagen Polo GTI '14
56. Wicked Fabrication GT 51

Thats why i beliave the community is justified for looking for leaks of new content but if that wasn’t enough, some of the returning cars are very similar or identical (see Honda Civic Type R 97/98). Polyphony has reduced this tactic significantly in recent years but, the fact they are still doing it and the way they do it, reinforces my feeling that the car list clean-up started in GT Sport is temporary.

To top all this off, the car list still has holes from all angles, including many that should have been patched years ago (seriously PD it’s been 13 years without a single new road legal Bugatti…).

Tracks

The track list wasn’t updated as much, but I didn’t expect PD to modify the existing tracks and the new tracks were 3 classic original tracks the community wanted for years, so all is well right? Depending on whom you ask that may indeed be the case. However, I have an issue with them. The problem isn’t the redesigns themselves, as they have been redesigned multiple times before. The difference is that the previous redesigns kept them mostly the same, which helped them become iconic, but in GT7, only High Speed Ring has maintained its character. Trial Mountain kept the basic layout on paper, but the scenery and the corners changed to a point it might as well be a different track, and Deep Forest is even worse.

One more thing I noticed about fictional tracks since GT Sport, is that the current design team really like banked/weirdly angled corners which are cool once in a while, but not when they are featured everywhere. The worst offender for me is the final corner at Deep Forest.

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Just why? Also the dirt tracks still have pit roads for no reason.

Single Player

The return to a classic style single player campaign was one of the big marketing points for the game and having completed it all the way, I can say its barely better than GT6. That may seem far-fetched but let me explain.

First of all, I can’t even call it a campaign, it feels like Polyphony pulled the ultimate troll move, collecting all the “We want to collect cars” comments from all those years and being like “You want to collect that badly? Very well“ and turned the game into a collectathon. However, even if it wasn’t over relying on collection, the rest of the basic premise doesn’t make sense.

You are visiting a café, which for some reason is deep in the woods, owned by a guy named Luca (I’m guessing Italian and professional barista), that somehow is the circuit racing equivalent of Rachel Teller from Need for Speed Underground 2, literally handing out menus with cars to collect.

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What? Am I going to eat the cars or something? “Lore” aside we have two major issues before even getting into a race.

  • We are forced to collect.
  • Everyone collects the same cars in the same predetermined order.
Sure Gran Turismo didn’t allow much room in terms of having many routes in single player before, but this is on another level. Furthermore the extra menus make things worse, because instead of providing events to acquire the featured cars, they require the player to purchase them.

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I’m guessing that by this point a large number of players will have these cars in their garage but I’m saving credits for the rest of the legendary cars. Regardless, my point is that instead of giving an engine ticket because of how badly it’s implemented, they should give a bigger credit reward than the total cost of completing the menu.

But what about the events themselves? Well…

Number of events in every Gran Turismo
*I did not count the license tests, for the sake of the argument assume that every game has the same number of tests.


.

Career
Events 41
Races 135
Manufacturer Events
52 Events
104 races

.

Career
Events 75
Races 317
Manufacturer Events
Events 49
Races 200
Driving Missions 34

Career
Events 90
Races 218
Special Events
Events 8
Races 58

Gran Turismo 6
Day 1
Career

Events 55

Races 200

Mission races 25

Coffee Break 10

Special Events

Events 2

Races 18

Final version

Career

Events 55

Races 200

Mission races 25

Coffee Break 10

Special Events

Events 5

Races 43

Day 1

Mission challenge 64

Patch 1.10

GT League

Events 15

Races 45

Mission challenge 64

Final Version

GT League

Events 46

Races 301

Mission challenge 64

Day 1

World Circuits

Events 28

Races 97

Championships 10

Races 28

Mission challenge

Sets 6

Challenges 48

1.23

World Circuits

Events 34

Races 129

Championships 10

Races 28

Mission challenge

Sets 7

Challenges 56

A low number of events is not necessarily an issue, but these are:

  • Because the main goal is to collect cars, the game is programmed to make used cars, which are part of a menu available for purchase, and since they added credit prizes for completing circuit experience, you can simply buy the cars, which renders most of the campaign skippable.
  • If you are reading from the beginning, you may remember me saying how the world circuits menu kind of kills the illusion of a driver career. The reason is shown in these screenshots.
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The races covered in red are the only ones you are required to complete for a menu if you choose to do things as intended, the rest are randomly scattered across each track. On top of that, these races destroy the slightest sense of a proper order the game tries to have.

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In this example, we go from supercars to rally cars, to sportscars, to supercars again.

These issues are a shame because the café is nicely designed visually and I like the idea of a space where car designers give information about cars they designed, but the entire thing just doesn’t fit Gran Turismo.

So the main “campaign” is disappointing to say the least. The ‘side modes’ consist of the improved (although still not as good as those in GT4) missions and the previously mentioned Circuit Experience which functions exactly as in GT Sport. It’s the only thing resembling a challenge from the previous games, and with good payouts to boot, but I have one complaint about it.

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Why is this 🤬 place out of all locations required to complete twice? Because they named the layouts counterclockwise instead of reverse? Regardless, by far the best option for the single player crowd is custom race. My advice to any new single player… umm… player is:

  • Get Gold on all license tests.
  • Get Gold on as many missions as you can.
  • Get Gold the easier circuit experiences (Fuji, Monza etc)
  • Use the credits collected from all that to buy cars in order to get to collector level 38 to unlock all the tracks.
  • Find a race that suits you for grinding peruses.
  • Make as many custom races as you can.

Multiplayer

GT Sport’s multiplayer was solid so you would expect that to be the case for GT7 as well, but… Polyphony somehow manage to mess just about everything. Although I haven’t experienced any of it, plenty of evidence of the technical problems exist all over the internet.

Sport Mode

Sport mode functions mostly as in GT Sport, but although the new driver rating based league system seems to be a nice idea, and the game providing all the available cars for races involving specific groups without requiring players to purchase them is a very nice change, I believe it has gotten worse overall, especially for players interested in the online championships because:

  • Technical issues.
  • Barely updated car line-ups for the relevant groups.
  • Even more dysfunctional penalty system.
  • Way worse car classification.
Speaking of which…


Car classification


I spoke out about this issue many times, and many others have done since 2015 but instead of listening to feedback and improving the system rather bafflingly, especially for a game with an emphasis on e-sports, were a good structure is vital, they make it worse. That’s not entirely true as they got rid of Group N and X, however that’s ultimately inconsequential due to the changes in the single player and because Daily Race A, which features road cars, doesn’t effect the ratings anymore. So all the relevant groups are still a mess, but I’m not going to cover every single thing here. Group 4 was the only place for the 155 DTM to go considering the current car list, the 90s GT500 cars being in Gr.3 makes sense considering Polyphony makes new categories with at least 3 available cars. That’s why the inclusion of the CLK-LM/ McLaren F1 GTR didn’t upset me as much as it should have been. What did upset me though was this statement in the official website.

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Does this look like a Super GT car to you?

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But I’ve had it when I saw this…

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Who decided to put a Group 5 car in Gr. 3, a class which according to the game…

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But does it? Well, 9 of the 46 current cars (19.5%) are not GT3 cars thrown into the group. (actually its 10 but I’m giving the BRZ GT300 a generous pass taking into account that it does race against GT3 cars in real life, and that it’s the only JAF GT300 spec car in the game thus far). Then we have the two open top cars which are against regulations as written in the official FIA APPENDIX J – ARTICLE 257A.

Technical Regulations for Grand Touring Cars (Group GT3) document.

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And last but not least, the Peugeot VGT that doesn’t even have windows. So, with only these reasons in mind, at least 26% of the cars shouldn’t be in the group. But at least it’s better than Gr. 1 which according to the game:

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I understand the point about the bodywork but what does ‘engines specially developed to provide higher performance’ mean? Built from the ground up? If that’s the case then the Tomahawk shouldn’t be in because it uses a Viper V10, but if it means specifically modified then the Porsche 918 fits the criteria. Furthemore, a car like the Porsche 917 is considered a sportscar and a prototype but it’s not part of the group. In reality this group was inspired by the 2014-15 LMP1 regulations as the game data base shows.

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And it should be split into 3-4 different classes.
As far as Gr. 4, if won’t go on about the multiple drivetrain types as all they had to do is not say that it corresponds to FIA GT4, but to the lower NLS or Super Taikyu. My problem is this:

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The MX-5 Touring car is fantastic and due to the stupid ‘professionally tuned’ tag, its use is severely limited. When it first appeared as an N200 vehicle in GT Sport and many including myself wanted it in Gr.4, the usual justification was that it wasn’t fast enough. However, an MX-5 GT4 exists in real life, and I don’t think modifying the specs of the touring car to match real life. Or make a separate version, it would be way better than the Dior De Tomaso Mangusta. Another equally good car that could get much more love by being in Group 4 is this.

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It has more power and weight than the MX-5 and therefore way easier to bring up to minimum Group 4 specs. Taking the least powerful car:

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And the new lightest car of the group into account:

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You cannot convince me Polyphony couldn’t bring the Civic up to spec. And finally a real nitpick but:

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These are not Hypercars Polyphony, they are known as track/trackday cars.

Economy/Car aquitisition

No matter how/where you decide to race, what is the most important thing? The (usually) four wheeled Vroom Vroom (or eeeeeeeeee depending on your powertrain choice) things. And for a racing game centered around collecting them and most importantly having the Gran Turismo name, the game makes collecting cars perplexingly difficult, and not just because they are separated in three places. But let’s start with that:
First of all a general complain. The way the wish list works doesn’t make sense because:
1. There is no reason for it to exist in brand central as all cars will be always available for purchase.
2. It should list all cars available in the used car and legend dealerships so players can add them to the wish list from the beginning, rather than when they appear in case the player can’t afford it.
3. The wish lists should not have a limit.

Now on to the more specific ones.



Brand Central

Just the invitation system… who came up with it, tested it and thought “Works great, nothing wrong at all”? Just imagine if things worked like that in real life.

--- Brand Central Employee: Good day sir, welcome to GT brand central. How may I help you?

--- Customer: Good day, I would like to purchase a Bugatti Veyron.

--- Brand Central Employee: Excellent choice, that would be 2 million credits.

[seconds later…]

--- Brand Central Employee: There seems to be a problem with your purchase sir.

--- Customer: What? Oh my God, don’t tell me my credits are counterfeit!

--- Brand Central Employee: No sir, however it looks like you haven’t received an invitation from Martin.

--- Customer: Who is Martin?

--- Brand Central Employee: The owner of the Brand Central sir.

--- Customer: I have not received an invitation.

--- Brand Central Employee: In that case, you cannot purchase this car sir.

--- Customer: S-seriously?

--- Brand Central Employee: Yes, that’s our policy.

--- Customer: So you won’t let me purchase the car even though I have the money just because I haven’t received an invitation from the owner?

--- Brand Central Employee: I’m sorry sir, that’s our policy.

--- Customer:



Used and Legend Car Dealership

Why are the car cycles tied to the server and as a result we have to wait actual days for the line-up to be partially updated?

The main menu tries to project the illusion of time passing.

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However, the rest of the game design goes against that idea.

Furthermore, why do we have to wait one real day for a car that’s been “Sold out” to be replaced?.

Also, I find which cars are considered legends to be a bit questionable. Because a De Tomaso Mangusta, which was meant to but ultimately didn’t achieve anything noteworthy, is considered as a legend, while the Lancia Delta, a 6-time consecutive World Rally Championship winning machine, is not.

Regardless of where/how you will get cars, you will need credits to do so, and this where they messed up really badly.

More specifically:

The Micro transaction pricing.

Whoever came up with it is 🤬. 5€ for 250.000 credits and 20€ for 2 million credits - are you mad? To put this pricing in context you will need 10€ for one Group 4 car, 10€ for one Group 3 car, 200€ to fill the old 20 million credit cap, 500€ to fill the updated GT6 50 million cap and 1,000€ to fill the current 100 Million cap.

  • I have already shared my opinion on the dramatically reduced payouts compare to previous games here , but dispite the recent adjustments they still remain like that in custom races. That’s why I suggested to find a good grinding race before creating custom races.
  • To pile on top of that, cars have increased up to 24 times from previous titles.

The price reduction of cars in the used car dealership compared to brand central doesn’t make sense.

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All cars, especially rare ones, lose a big chunk of their value with even a few kilometers on. So a 60.000 credit reduction for 46.000 kilometers seems a bit too little.

And of course, last but not least… the roulette.

Most people hate it because it gives the smallest prize available 9 times out of 10, but in my opinion that was to be expected. I see it as something giving extra credits/free stuff. There is a legit reason to not like the roulette and I’ll talk about it in the next section.

Polyphony’s response in this aspect initially was a statement from Kazunori Yamauchi himself, and I want to highlight a few parts from it.

If possible, I would like to try to avoid a situation where a player must mechanically keep replaying certain events over and over again.

What do you mean “If possible”? It’s your product, you control everything about it. Also that’s not true because grinding is a thing since GT2.

At the same time the pricing of cars is a relevant element that conveys their value and rarity, so I do think it’s important for it to be linked with the real world prices.

Ok fine, bring back the login bonus and the seasonal events.

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Remember these? In this example, we could make more than 2 million credits in a couple of minutes. Other than that they:

  • Increased rewards in the events in the latter half of the World Circuits, but given they increased the reduced of the reduced payouts..
  • Added high rewards for clearing Circuit Experience in all Gold/All Bronze and the Human Comedy missions, both of which are decent options to get a good amount of credits.
  • Increased the credit cap from 20 to 100 million credits.
  • Increased rewards in Online Races (Although not enough as reported by the community)
  • Added a few races ideal for grinding.
Re-enabled Online Time Trials but offering rewards based on target times this time, which could’ve been a quick way to make credits but…

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Why do we have to wait two weeks to get the credits? Just give them as soon as someone beats the time like everywhere else. And why is the calculation of the reward based on the worldwide leader?

All these were welcome additions that didn’t really fix the core issues, but I want to highlight the last one because it’s especially rich.

Increased the quantity of Used and Legend cars on offer at any given time.

What this means is 30 slots for used car instead of 15, and 10 slots instead of 5 for legend cars. 15 slots for used cars was half of most car dealerships in GT2, half of the total of GT5 and as for GT4 I casually went through the UCD as I was writing this, and I found:

  • 26 cars in the 80s used car dealership.
  • 43 cars in the early 90s dealership.
  • 50 cars in the early 90s dealership
Sure in these game you can find the same cars multiple times, but considering the lineup takes literal days to update, cars that can be found in Brand Central occupy multiple slots and that we can manipulate the in-game day system (therefore update the lineup whenever we want in previous games), the increase in slots is a bare minimum.

Customization/Tuning

The return of the old/enhanced Customization/tuning was another big selling point and one of the best aspects of the game while existing elements like the livery editor were also improved. GT Auto returned along with car maintenance bringing a sense of nostalgia, but yet again, the presentation is a few steps behind compare to before. As far as parts go, the new additions like the wide body, lightbulbs, roll cage etc are nice but the rest are the basic Gran Turismo stuff. The addition I liked most is the extra parts for real race cars like the downforce kit for the Super GT500 cars. Tuning is mostly the same as in GT5/6 and most of the new parts feel like overdue logical additions. Sadly but predictably, the usual flaws are also present and new ones naturally appeared.
1. Which naturally aspirated can and cannot be equipped with turbo/supercharger doesn’t make sense (frankly all cars should be able to receive both).
2. The naturally aspirated cars that can be equipped with these parts cannot be equipped with the anti-lag system.
3. The max specs cars can reach have been reduced drastically in some cases. For example the Toyota Supra RZ:
GT6

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GT Sport

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GT7

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Only 777 BHP for an engine that can reach well above 1000, is this a joke? The weight is lower than both GT6 and Sport, however the max weight reduction stage in GT7 goes one beyond GT6, so the weight could be higher than 1,208 kg with weight reduction 3. But I’m not going to test that theory because….

The cost of restoring the bodywork to its original state is insane. Lets use the 2005 Ford GT as an example because I made the mistake of installing a wide bodykit on it. Car price in brand central: 460,000

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Weight reduction total cost 43,800

Wide Bofykit: 50.000

(car + mods total: 553,800)

New body option cost

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I have no words….

The extreme parts don’t seem extreme.


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Nitrous is extreme, fair enough, maybe the carbon brake and the toe angle as well… That’s it.

  • The only legitimate reason to hate the roulette (locking extreme parts access). What where the creative minds at PD thinking? Actually, scratch that, because it seems they weren’t thinking at all in this case. This doesn’t make sense in any way because the odds of getting one of them are naturally very small but they are not purchasable via microtransactions (don’t you dare get any ideas Sony) so these parts are behind a wall for no reason.
  • The implementation of engine swaps. I’m not talking about the amount or the technically nonsensical swaps as realism isn’t the be all, but the fact access is behind the roulette for no reason and even if you get one in case, you don’t have a compatible car, you can’t sell it despite the engine having an assigned price.

Finally, as far as tuning goes, the new Performance Points system seemed nice as a concept because a setup is a compromise of all traits in real life, however it was so broken for the moment but since they toned it down, I don’t think tires should be a factor either because although they are a vital performance factor, they don’t give a different BOP to cars based on what tires a team is comfortable with in real life.

Technical

HUD
I wasn’t a fan of GT Sport’s HUD and it’s even worse in GT7. First of all the tire wear graphic is still like a custom colored health bar from a fighting game, and unlike fuel consumption there’s no second (better) option in the MFD. Also, since max power and torque RPM are clearly defined now a better clearer shifting graph will be nice.

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I know that’s a Camaro, I know about every single car in the game, I don’t need pop ups on the right side of the screen every time I make an overtake.

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Last but not least, I prefer the way GT5 & 6 used to display the amount of water on track.

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Replays
Replays are improved overall as the black boarders around the screen were removed and music replay is a nice addition, but the dynamic replay angles were removed.

Car sounds
I’m planning to make a dedicated YouTube video about the topic but here’s a basic summary:
  • Some of the new cars sound good (see Lamborghini Murcielago).
  • Some of the current cars saw improvements (see Lamborghini Huracan GT3), while some sadly didn’t (see Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3, 2006 , Ford GT etc.).
  • Some cars weren’t/could not be recorded (See Alfa Romeo 155 V6 Ti).

Physics
The physics are a mixed bug once more, but I was positively surprised on how much they were changed considering the cross-gen nature of the game. Cars with relatively high amounts of downforce feel really nice to drive now, older cars feel much more era appropriate, the throttle is linear again, no cars have hiccups on when shifting, wet weather simulation, although limited it’s the best in the series so far etc.
On the other side, the tire model is still problematic, hybrid system implementation is still incorrect (this can be especially bad when using Gr.1 cars thanks to the new weather system), the dirt physics are still nowhere near up to par, if we consider how ridiculous jumps are now

Polyphony made the jumping physics the way they made them. Fair enough, it’s their product not mine, however since that was the case why did they keep the two huge jumps at Sardegna’s start/finish section exactly the same?

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Do you know how much extra time I had to spent to gold the circuit experience because the WRX would get up to the heavens? 😡 .

And the MR/RR car simulation still leaves a lot to be desired.

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Opinion on AI differs but I believe it’s improved over GT Sport, however in its core it’s still the classic Gran Turismo AI and can only be anything close to legitimacy fast by cheating.

Other

Music
Music is one of the most subjective things and there are some good tracks in there, but why do I have to listen to the same 3 songs in Brand Central? And nothing good either, a rap with lyrics that don’t make sense.


A French song that I can’t understand a word of so I can’t even begin to like it.


And in the third one the singer says ‘Baby ITS you’ all the time.

.

Also no disrespect to Lenny Ibizarre’s remixes but I’m sick of listening to classic music every time I’m in the garage. Just let me choose what music I want in each section.

Music rally
I’m usually not so harsh on things but Music Rally is absolutely useless for me because I can’t hear the car in order to drive properly and I can’t see the unique HUD, because is moved to the far right and I need to keep my eyes on the road. This would’ve been great during the PS3 era if we could use our favorite songs.

Online saving
GT Sport also has online saving which is not ok. However, as long as you have cars you can do most things to pass the time if there was no internet connection available. In GT7 not only you are limited to arcade mode but even if you have cars, you are limited to the 13 cars provided by the game. Because of this I had to uninstall GT7 for GT Sport when I was on vacation and as a result I also lost all my replays… Thanks Polyphony


Conclution TLDR

GT7 is a solid game. But solid for a release so anticipated to the point most people discount the previous release is not good enough. People said GT Sport was unfinished because of the lack of content, but I will argue GT7 is more unfinished, by looking some of the things that were added/fixed.

Added wind direction and wind speed indicators. An arrow (wind direction) and number (wind speed) will be displayed on the upper right of the screen under the Track Map.

Fixed an issue with the weather for all race events.

- Fixed an issue wherein the actual time of day in a 'Custom Race' of some tracks would not match the selection made in [Time / Weather Settings] > [Timeframe];

- The Overtake function for the Dallara SF19 Super Formula / Honda '19 has been disabled in the Licence test 'S-7' (One Lap Time Attack) within the 'Licence' pavilion.

- Fixed an issue wherein the Setting Sheet would become blank, and the setting content could not be saved. With this fix, the blank setting sheets will remain but you will be able to delete these normally. This will also fix the progression blockers encountered when the Menu Book tasks involved Car Settings.

- Fixed an issue within 'Showcase' wherein the 2nd page and beyond would not be displayed properly if the number of items in 'My Items' and 'Collection' exceeded 100;

- Fixed an issue within 'Gallery' wherein the 2nd page and beyond would not be displayed properly if the number of items in 'My Page' exceeded 100 items.

- Fixed an issue wherein an Invitation icon would appear in the 'Showroom' of manufacturers even when the player did not have an invitation.

- Fixed an issue wherein the Replays and Demo Replays would not play all the way until the end.

- Fixed an issue wherein the BGM would not play during Music Replay if the [Sound Volume] > [Menu BGM] volume level was set to 0;

-A "back" button prompt has been added to the home screen.

- Added a [Broadcast Mode] option to the 'Sound Volume' settings within the 'Global' tab of the Options menu. For details, please refer to the 'Broadcast Mode' Added to the 'Sound Volume' Settings' article.

- Fixed an issue wherein the Ford GT Race Car '18 would only go into 1st gear when a 'Fully Customisable Manual Transmission' or a ’Fully Customisable Sequential Transmission' were installed;

- An engine start-up sound now plays when changing cars.
 - Videos are now played before the Finals of the Nations Cup and Manufacturers Cup.
 - The following information is now displayed in the Event Screen displayed before each race:
  ・Tire Wear Rate
  ・Fuel Consumption Rate
  ・Temperature
  ・Start Type
  ・Required Tires (Only displayed if set)
  ・Required Pit Stop (Only displayed if set)
 - A racing etiquette video is now played when entering Sport mode for the first time. This video introduces important driving recommendations for competing in races;
 - Added a "Race Details" screen. The following information can be checked from the "Race Details" icon on the right of the race entry screen.
  ・Basic Information
  ・Qualifying Settings
  ・Race Settings
  ・Penalty Settings
  ・Driving Option Restrictions
  ・Regulations
- The following eight sound options can now be adjusted from [Settings] > [Sound Volume] in the race Quick Menu and Pause Menu:
 ・ Race Sound Mode (Balanced BGM and Sound / Enhanced Sound / Race BGM Focus)
 ・ Play Race BGM (On / Off)
 ・ Race BGM (Volume)
 ・ Race Sound Effects (Volume)
 ・ Player Engine Noise (Volume)
 ・ Transmission Noise (Volume)
 ・ Tyre Squeals (Volume)
 ・ Rivals Engine Noise (Volume)

Anti-Lag System has been added to the Toyota Supra GT500.

- Fixed an issue with the Ford GT LM Race Car Spec II engine sound.

These show to me that the game was rushed or/and isn’t tested enough, especially with the Ford GT LM Race Car Spec II engine sound mistake that was clear from day one but took three months to fix. Regardless the things the game does well it does really well. Unfortunately, most things are not done well. And I may not be an industry expert but as far as I understand, live service games are all about player engagement but the game is designed to make having fun harder, therefore not as many people as possible continue playing, and in some cases this can’t change regardless if someone is buying microtransactions. Moreover, by making changes trying to fix it they broke other pieces like making the single player mostly skippable.

With everything in mind at this point you got to ask what does GT7 offer that other games don’t? Because GT is not alone in the PlayStation land anymore. The pacing of progression is inconsistent and heavily biased against the players, the single player is weird, boring and/or frustrating if done the way it’s intended. Most of its competitors are technically superior and allow players to experience most of what they have to offer whenever/where ever, the online experience is objectively worse and if you are interested in e-sports there is no real incentive. I’m not even sure the Nations Cup winner gets to keep the trophy, the FIA is gone so the virtual license, the hole reason this e-sports trajectory started, might not even happen. No offence to anyone who has invested in that side but I hope the FIA doesn’t come back, not until the necessary technical and structural changes and line-up updates are made.

Great post. I agree with your conclusion.
 
Thank you, although i don't think 'sums it up' is the right way to put it for a 6000 word post haha. Also i would like to ask you & @TJC_69 if the table of contents works & how much of the post you read/if it became repetitive as i try to improve my writing.
I've got to be honest in the interests of transparency here... I skipped right to the conclusion. Had a quick browse through the information and got to the main overall at the end.
 
I read the whole article. Yes, it's well written and covers most of the gripes. But unfortunately I don't think it will make any difference, because all these issues have been well presented many times, and mostly are just ignored.

There are so maybe simple things that could be easily implemented to improve the situation, but are ignored. Like more events (more than 1!! ) on Monza & Mt Panorama. Like changing cars within the event (as you mentioned). Like displaying your time and the leaderboard of the mission challenges without having to actually enter the event. Like why is Wide Body modification under "Car service", and why is the "Tuning Parts" page in the Garage when we have a tuning shop? Like ordering cars in the Used Car Dealer by price or name, or anything logical?

Why is the car name not shown in the Collections page until AFTER you own the car. Are we supposed to know what those silly silhouettes are?

Why have a "Wishlist" which shows you that cars are available, but you can't click on it to take you to the place where you buy it, you are somehow supposed to know where it is.

Why invent an entirely new, and extremely reduced Race Shop, when a simple link to the full Tuning Shop would have been easier and better? Who takes a car to a race without any options to add new parts or tyres?

Why can't we adjust brake balance in the online races when BoP is on, but we can in lobbies and custom races.

Why do we have offline events without any track limits or penalties? Why have offline events with "Recommended PP" rather than Maximum PP.... Do they actually think people are not going to run the most powerful car and cut the track etc, for an easy win?

Why bang on about Sportsmanship, and then create every event in the game with AI that would be DISQUALIFIED AND BANNED from every event in the real world. The AI weave repeatedly on the straight, brake check, dive bomb and completely disregard the blue flag when being lapped (to the point of blocking, ramming and dive bombing the leader, while being lapped!!). It really can't be that hard to program them to get off the racing line when being lapped, and NOT to compete for the position.

Why do the weather conditions vary on online Time Trial events? How is that fair? Are we expected to drive around waiting for the weather to be randomly good in order to set an optimum time? Why are we restricted to Hard Tyres for a 1 lap Time Trial? Who ever ran hard tyres when going for a fastest single lap?

And in all cases, why is the weather forecast not available until after the race has started?

And.... The music in the menu's. Really?? Whilst I like classical music, it's not at all fitting with a racing theme IMO. Maybe it's perfect for those who play Gran Turismo just to look at lovely cars, but surely we could have a music genre option. Or if they were thinking more business minded, they could have "rented" the background music to whomever wants to promote their current work. Whilst I'm aware that we can override it with your own Spotify account, the default background music should have more options and more variability, rather than repeating the same stuff, like an 80's video game.

Anyway, the point is that there are many very simple things could have been done to improve the overall game play, and user experience, but have been ignored and will continue to be.... It's a shame, because the core of the game clearly has the potential to be the best driving game ever released, and with some very simple changes, could still get there.
 
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First of all my apologies for my late response . Im trying to update all my GT7 threads almost every update and working on other threads and projects, plus real responsibilities etc .

I read the whole article. Yes, it's well written and covers most of the gripes.
Thank you . And thanks for the huge comment . I think i should respond to some of your points .
But unfortunately I don't think it will make any difference, because all these issues have been well presented many times, and mostly are just ignored.
I am aware but i wanted to write my opinion. You never know.
There are so maybe simple things that could be easily implemented to improve the situation, but are ignored. Like more events (more than 1!! ) on Monza & Mt Panorama.
Just do custom races, there is no reason to wait for the to add events .
why is Wide Body modification under "Car service", and why is the "Tuning Parts" page in the Garage when we have a tuning shop?
Because its a modification to the body of the like the wing or splitter not a mechanical mod.
Why is the car name not shown in the Collections page until AFTER you own the car. Are we supposed to know what those silly silhouettes are?
Thats not an issue in my opinion since places like Gtplanet provide all the information someone might need.
Why have a "Wishlist" which shows you that cars are available, but you can't click on it to take you to the place where you buy it, you are somehow supposed to know where it is.
The wishlist does show where a car is for sale but generally :
  1. Cars from 2001 and newer are in brand central.
  2. Cars before 2001 and some brand central cars at a cheaper price are in the used car dealership .
  3. Cars with historical significance are in Legend cars .
Why invent an entirely new, and extremely reduced Race Shop, when a simple link to the full Tuning Shop would have been easier and better?
Because the game will have to go through 3 menus each time. Buying everything from the settings screen like in GT6 is by far the best soloution.

Who takes a car to a race without any options to add new parts or tyres?
I have done this many times :lol: .
Why do we have offline events without any track limits or penalties?
I think its nice to have some more relaxed events.
Why have offline events with "Recommended PP" rather than Maximum PP....
Same explanation as above.
Do they actually think people are not going to run the most powerful car and cut the track etc, for an easy win?
Actually many people including myself do it to make the races interesting .
Why do the weather conditions vary on online Time Trial events? How is that fair? Are we expected to drive around waiting for the weather to be randomly good in order to set an optimum time?
I wasen't aware of this one .
Why are we restricted to Hard Tyres for a 1 lap Time Trial? Who ever ran hard tyres when going for a fastest single lap?
You are not i used mediums a faw days ago .
And in all cases, why is the weather forecast not available until after the race has started?
Good point.
This is a mind-boggling level of work. Well done. Great read and some very funny bits!
Thank you.
Well after my massive rant about the AI (above), and how PD will simply ignore everything......
Thread 'How come nobody is discussing about the AI that's been fixed ?' https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/thre...cussing-about-the-ai-thats-been-fixed.413404/
I saw the thread but it hasn't changed at all for me.
 
Because its a modification to the body of the like the wing or splitter not a mechanical mod.
Yes, exactly, so why is Wide Body under "Service" and wing/splitter in "Car customisation"?
Buying everything from the settings screen like in GT6 is by far the best soloution.
Totally agree.

I saw the thread but it hasn't changed at all for me.
Well it seems the AI are back to the same horrible driving for me too... I'm trying to figure out exactly what happened for the time when they were good
 

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