[Mod] Gran Turismo 2 plus (bug fixes, restored content and new content) - beta 7 released

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Not sure if prevously written yet reading about the GT90, is it worth editing the physics to not hop about as often, like some people claim it does ?

I know the actual traits supposedly aren't that known, yet at a guess, it`s perhaps slighty tamer.
 
Not sure if prevously written yet reading about the GT90, is it worth editing the physics to not hop about as often, like some people claim it does ?

I know the actual traits supposedly aren't that known, yet at a guess, it`s perhaps slighty tamer.
That's linked to the game's frame rate; it's especially bad on PAL as it's 25FPS vs. NTSC's 30FPS. pez2k can correct me if I'm wrong but I think fixing it would be outside the scope of this mod, unless the chassis was completely overhauled. There's ways to increase the frame rate if you go searching online (can't really speak of them directly due to forum rules), it'll make cars like the GT90 handle fine.
 
Another bug from vanilla I found:
I just drove the DB7 coupe, fully stock (the volante probably is the same) and it tops out at a 140mph/225kmh , which is way below the top speed of the real car. So I looked at the gearing and the final drive ratio is 4.933, when it should be 3.54. An error on PD's part, it seems.
I wonder if there are ways to fix this?
 
I think I'm getting fairly close to a beta 7 release now - all of the roadblocks have been solved, and the remaining changes that I'd like to get done are just a case of having the time to do so. I've also worked through my backlog of shiny new things to post at last!

With the help of Submaniac and MMRivit, we've figured out a way to record main menu demo replays quickly without me having to re-learn how to drive in GT2, which was one of the last major items. Migrating the original replays over to work with the GT2+ changes still isn't feasible, so I'll put together a set of new ones to replace them in the Complete version, as basically none of the originals work now. I haven't yet decided what I'll do with Light - more of the original replays will work in that version, so I may keep those as they are in 6.1 to remain as vanilla as possible.

Not sure if prevously written yet reading about the GT90, is it worth editing the physics to not hop about as often, like some people claim it does ?

As TeaKanji above says, a lot of the bounciness is just the framerate making things worse - the banking on the Test Course in PAL is a classic example. There's not much that I can do about that and remain compatible with PS1 hardware unfortunately.

I just drove the DB7 coupe, fully stock (the volante probably is the same) and it tops out at a 140mph/225kmh , which is way below the top speed of the real car. So I looked at the gearing and the final drive ratio is 4.933, when it should be 3.54. An error on PD's part, it seems.
I wonder if there are ways to fix this?

It's fixed in beta 7 - I made the change not long after the 6.1 release so it's been waiting on the shelf for a while.
 
i signed up there to make congrats and thank you for gt2plus mod pez!

but eventually...if is permitted:is there a server on discord to talk about modding? i want to learn some things :)
 
Gran Turismo 2 plus is an unofficial bugfix and update for Gran Turismo 2. Two versions are provided:

Light - This is solely fixes for outstanding bugs in the game.
Complete - This restores cut content and adds new content in the style of the base game, as well as including all fixes from the Light version.

Expand any of the spoiler tags below for further information on the mod, or see the included readme file.

Restored cut racing modifications:
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Fixed opponent bugs:
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Restored cut car colours:
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New car colours:
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Restored liveries:
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Fixed car stats and physics:
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Restored content from Gran Turismo 1:
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Restored content from pre-release versions of Gran Turismo 2:
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Enabled all car dealerships in all regions:
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-- Bugs
- Miscellaneous
Applied all updates from the Japanese and USA re-releases of the game to all discs for that region.
Applied all updates from the European release of the game to the Japanese and USA versions.
Retranslated the French text used for purchased parts from 'déjà' to 'acquis', to work around the game font not supporting accented characters (thanks to Submaniac).
Temporarily disabled any broken demonstration replays.

- Audio
Mazdaspeed Demio A-spec: Fixed missing engine sounds with turbo kit fitted.

- Colours
BP Apex Kraft Trueno: Fixed blank thumbnail.
Castrol Supra GT: Fixed thumbnail colour.
Castrol Tom's Supra '99: Fixed blank thumbnail.
Denso Sard Supra: Fixed blank thumbnail.
Dodge Viper GTS-R Team Oreca: Fixed blank thumbnail.
Dodge Viper RT/10: Fixed palette error on non-striped colours.
Honda Civic Ferio SiR '93 RM: Fixed green thumbnails.
Nismo GT-R LM Road Car: Fixed blank thumbnail.
Nismo GT-R LM Road Car RM: Fixed purple thumbnails.
Nissan 180SX Type X '96 RM: Reverted the white colour back to GT1's palette, to fix errors with the grille and blurry text.
Nissan R390 GT1 '98: Fixed blank thumbnail.
Nissan Silvia K's '91: Fixed two-tone colours missing their second colour.
Nissan Silvia Q's '91: Fixed two-tone colours missing their second colour when viewed from a distance.
Nissan Sunny VZ-R RM: Fixed blank thumbnails.
Opel Astra: Fixed swapped colour names for the two blue options.
Opel Calibra Touring Car: Fixed blank thumbnail.
Raybrig NSX: Fixed blank thumbnail.
RE Amemiya Matsukiyo RX-7: Fixed blank thumbnail.
Subaru Impreza 22B STi Version: Colour correction (by Submaniac93).
Subaru Impreza Rally Car '99: Colour correction (by Submaniac93).
Suzuki Cultus Pikes Peak Version: Fixed blank thumbnail.
Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak Version: Fixed blank thumbnail.
Toyota Chaser Tourer S '96 RM: Fixed blank thumbnails.
Toyota Chaser Tourer V '96 RM: Fixed blank thumbnails.
Toyota Corolla Levin '85 RM: Fixed blank thumbnails.
Toyota Exiv 200GT RM: Fixed blank thumbnails.
Toyota GT-ONE Road Version: Fixed blank thumbnail.
Toyota GT-ONE '98: Fixed blank thumbnail.
Toyota GT-ONE '98 (US): Fixed blank thumbnail.
Toyota GT-ONE '99: Fixed blank thumbnail.
Toyota GT-ONE '99 (US): Fixed blank thumbnail.
Toyota Trueno BZG '96 RM: Fixed blank thumbnails.
Vauxhall Astra: Fixed the two blue options being duplicates of each other.
Vauxhall Calibra Touring Car: Fixed blank thumbnail.
Vauxhall Vectra: Fixed the two blue options being duplicates of each other, fixed Kodiak paint colour differing from the Opel version.
Weds Sport Celica: Fixed blank thumbnail.

- Models / Textures
Acura NSX '91, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
Acura NSX '93, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
Acura NSX '97, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
Acura NSX Type S, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
Acura NSX Type S Zero, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
Alfa Romeo 166 3.0 V6 24V: Fixed off-centre bodyshell.
Alfa Romeo GTV 2.0 TS, night: Fixed the car using a front V6 bumper at night, fixed light spots.
Alfa Romeo GTV 3.0 V6, night: Fixed light spots.
Audi S4 RM, night: Fixed corrupted textures.
Chevrolet Camaro SS '97: Fixed UV mapping errors on taillights, including gaps.
Chevrolet Camaro SS '97 RM: Fixed UV mapping errors on taillights, including gaps.
Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 '95: Fixed 1990 wheels and side vents.
Chrysler Viper GTS-R Team Oreca: Fixed flipped exhaust.
Dodge Concept Car: Fixed texture error on rear deck.
Dodge Concept Car RM: Fixed texture error on rear deck.
Dodge Concept Car LM Edition: Fixed texture error on rear deck.
Dodge Neon ACR RM: Corrected bodyshell from 2-door to 4-door (by B_Rad88).
Dodge Phaeton: Fixed headlight transparency and taillight palettes.
Dodge Viper GTS-R: Fixed missing UV mapping on rear bumper, misaligned stripes, offset roof, and rear bumper stripe scaling.
Eunos Roadster '93: Fixed decklid colour differing from the rest of the paint on the J-Limited yellow colour.
Ford Mustang Cobra '97 RM: Fixed exhaust being painted body colour.
Honda Accord SiR '96 RM: Fixed UV mapping error on rear bumper.
Honda Civic Ferio '96 RM: Fixed texture error in rear wheel opening.
Honda Civic Ferio '98: Fixed gap in exhaust.
Honda Civic Ferio '98 RM: Fixed texture error in rear wheel opening and gap in exhaust.
Honda CR-X SiR '91: Fixed invisible exhaust.
Honda CR-X SiR '91, night: Fixed white boxes around headlights.
Honda Integra SiR-G '95 RM: Corrected windscreen banner from Acura to Honda.
Honda Integra Type R '95 RM: Corrected windscreen banner from Acura to Honda.
Honda NSX, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
Honda NSX '90, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
Honda NSX Type R '92, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
Honda NSX Type S, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
Honda NSX Type S Zero, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
Lancia Delta HF Integrale Collezione: Fixed exhaust masking.
Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evo: Fixed exhaust masking.
Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evo RM: Fixed exhaust masking.
Lancia Delta HF Integrale Rally Car: Fixed exhaust masking.
Lexus GS400: Fixed front grille texture error.
Lister Storm V12, night: Fixed UV mapping errors on nearly the entire car, fixed misplaced taillights on LOD2.
Lotus Elan S2, night: Fixed dark line on front wings.
Lotus Elan S4 Sprint, night: Fixed dark line on front wings.
Mazda Familia GT-R RM, night: Fixed corrupted front bumper texture and line under headlights.
Mazda Familia GT-X RM, night: Fixed corrupted front bumper texture and line under headlights.
Mazda Roadster 1.6 S package '98: Fixed transparent holes in wheels.
Mazda RX-7 GT-C LM Edition, night: Fixed incorrect bodywork (by Submaniac93).
Mazda RX-7 RS-R '97 RM, night: Fixed missing logo and highlights.
Mazda RX-7 RS-R '97 alternate RM, night: Fixed missing logo.
Mazda RX-7 Type R '98 RM, night: Fixed missing logo and highlights.
Mazda RX-7 Type R '98 alternate RM, night: Fixed missing logo.
Mazda RX-7 Type RB '97 RM, night: Fixed missing logo and highlights.
Mazda RX-7 Type RB '97 alternate RM, night: Fixed missing logo.
Mazda RX-7 Type RB '98 RM, night: Fixed missing logo and highlights.
Mazda RX-7 Type RB '98 alternate RM, night: Fixed missing logo.
Mazda RX-7 Type RS '97 RM, night: Fixed missing logo and highlights.
Mazda RX-7 Type RS '97 alternate RM, night: Fixed missing logo.
Mazda RX-7 Type RS '98 RM, night: Fixed missing logo and highlights.
Mazda RX-7 Type RS '98 alternate RM, night: Fixed missing logo.
Mazda RX-7 Type RZ '97 RM, night: Fixed missing logo and highlights.
Mazda RX-7 Type RZ '97 alternate RM, night: Fixed missing logo.
Mercedes-Benz CLK 200, night: Fixed front bumper to match day version.
Mercedes-Benz CLK 320, night: Fixed front bumper to match day version.
Mercedes-Benz CLK Race Car: Adjusted wheel positions to look less inset in the showroom and garage menus (unused body).
Mini 1.3i RM: Fixed exhaust being painted body colour.
Mitsubishi GTO MR '95: Fixed missing rear wing supports.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV GSR RM: Fixed missing livery patch on left side.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI GSR '99: Fixed reverse lights being painted, and masking around taillights.
Mitsubishi Pajero Mini '97: Fixed misplaced backfaces on LOD1, removed erroneous faces from LOD2.
Nismo GT-R LM Road Car: Fixed wheel transparency error.
Nissan 200SX '98: Updated model and colours, based on unused Silvia K's model.
Nissan 300ZX Turbo '95: Fixed missing T-top roof (US only).
Nissan 300ZX Turbo '95, night: Fixed front bumper changing to the early Japanese model (US only).
Nissan March Super Turbo: Fixed completely incorrect front grille and bumper (by submaniac93).
Nissan Primera Wagon '98: Fixed grey pixels on two-tone blue colour.
Nissan Primera Wagon '98 RM: Fixed UV mapping error on rear bumper.
Nissan Silvia K's '88: Fixed missing front bumper vent.
Nissan Silvia K's Aero '96: Added updated model and colours that PD forgot to include.
Nissan Silvia Q's Aero '96: Updated model and colours, based on unused Silvia K's model.
Nissan Skyline GT-R 4-Door RM: Fixed transparent patches around windscreen (unused body).
Nissan Stagea 260RS '97 RM, night: Fixed missing section of livery.
Nissan Stagea 260RS '98 RM: Fixed missing section of livery.
Nissan Stagea 260RS '98 RM, night: Fixed missing section of livery.
Nissan Stagea RS Four V '98 RM, night: Fixed missing section of livery.
Opel Astra, night: Fixed front bumper to match day version.
Opel Astra RM, night: Fixed front bumper to match day version.
Opel Tigra: Fixed headlights being illuminated during the day.
Opel Tigra RM: Fixed headlights being illuminated during the day.
Opel Tigra Ice Race Car: Fixed headlights being illuminated during the day.
Opel Vectra RM: Fixed exhaust position (by Submaniac93).
Peugeot 106 Rallye: Fixed UV mapping errors on bootlid handle.
Peugeot 206 S16: Fixed exhaust masking.
Peugeot 306 S16: Fixed exhaust masking.
Plymouth PT Spyder: Removed chrome from A-pillars.
Plymouth Superbird, night: Fixed model and UV mapping issues on rear windscreen.
Renault Laguna RM: Fixed damaged textures on front bumper (by Submaniac93).
Renault Megane, night: Fixed missing third brake light.
Subaru Impreza Rally Car: Fixed leftover blue paint on black version, fixed inverted grille texture when viewed from a distance.
Subaru Impreza Wagon WRX STi Ver.IV '97 RM 2, night: Fixed Falken green paint around headlights.
Subaru Impreza Wagon WRX STi Ver.V '98 RM 2, night: Fixed Falken green paint around headlights.
Subaru Impreza Wagon WRX STi Ver.VI RM 2, night: Fixed Falken green paint around headlights.
Subaru Impreza Wagon WRX '97 RM 2, night: Fixed Falken green paint around headlights.
Subaru Impreza Wagon WRX '98 RM 2, night: Fixed Falken green paint around headlights.
Suzuki Alto Works RS/Z '98 RM: Fixed black paint around headlights.
Suzuki Wagon R Column FT '97 RM: Fixed bodyshell changing from symmetric 5-door to asymmetric 4-door when RM applied.
TOM's T111: Fixed taillights not illuminating at night.
Tommykaira ZZ-S: Fixed bodywork hole around exhaust.
Toyota Corolla Levin BZG '96: Fixed missing vertical bars in the bumper grille.
Toyota Corolla Levin BZG '96, night: Fixed missing front numberplate.
Toyota Corolla Levin BZ-R '98, night: Fixed front numberplate colour.
Toyota GT-One Race Car '99: Fixed warped textures on nose.
Toyota GT-ONE Road Version, night: Fixed leftover livery around headlights.
Toyota Prius RM, red livery, night: Fixed blue paint around headlights (unused body).
Toyota Supra GT Turbo Ltd. '93 RM: Fixed transparent section of bumper in black colour.
TRD 3000GT: Fixed grey pixel on rear bumper.
Vauxhall Astra, night: Fixed front bumper to match day version, fixed damaged textures on rear windscreen.
Vauxhall Astra RM, night: Fixed front bumper to match day version.
Vauxhall Tigra: Fixed headlights being illuminated during the day.
Vauxhall Tigra RM: Fixed headlights being illuminated during the day.
Vauxhall Tigra Ice Race Car: Fixed headlights being illuminated during the day.
Vauxhall Vectra RM: Fixed exhaust position (by Submaniac93).
Volkswagen Lupo: Removed the SDI (diesel) badge as this is a petrol model, and added a missing model badge when viewed from a distance.
Volkswagen Lupo RM: Fixed incorrect palette on windscreen.
Weds Sport Celica: Fixed misaligned pixels in side logo.
Zexel Skyline GT '97: Fixed missing face in diffuser.

- Text
Acura NSX '90: Fix year being swapped with the '97 (JP only).
Acura NSX '93: Corrected colour name from Shallot Green to Charlotte Green.
Acura NSX '97: Fix year being swapped with the '90 (JP only).
Alfa Romeo 155 2.0 TS 16V: Fixed 'Metaallizzato' spelling error.
ARTA Zexel Skyline: Fixed 'Arta' capitalisation error.
Aston Martin DB7 Coupe: Fixed 'COUPE' capitalisation error.
Aston Martin DB7 Volante: Fixed 'VOLANTE' capitalisation error.
Aston Martin V8 Vantage: Fixed 'VANTAGE' capitalisation error.
BMW 840Ci: Fixed 'Royalot' spelling error.
Castrol TOM'S Supra GT '99: Removed incorrect description.
cdmaOne Cerumo Supra: Fixed 'Cdma' capitalisation error and removed extra space from replay name.
Chevrolet Corvette '82: Removed Stingray name that was not used after 1976.
Citroen Xantia: Fixed 'v6' capitalisation error.
Daishin Silvia: Fixed 'Daisin' spelling error.
Denso SARD Supra GT '99: Removed incorrect description.
Dodge Challenger: Fixed 'Bluemetallic' spelling error.
Eunos Roadster S Special '93: Fixed 'Melrot' spelling error.
Ford Cougar: Fixed 'tourmaline' capitalisation error.
Ford RS200: Fixed 'Rs200' capitalisation error, removed 'Rally Car' from name.
Honda Accord Wagon SiR '98: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Honda NSX '90: Corrected colour name from Shallot Green to Charlotte Green.
Honda NSX-R '92: Corrected colour name from Shallot Green to Charlotte Green.
Jaguar XJ220: Removed 'GT Race Car' from name.
Jaguar XJR: Removed 'Vehicle' from name.
Jaguar XJR-15: Removed 'GT Race Car' from name.
Lancia Stratos: Added colour names.
Lancia Y: Fixed 'Velde' and 'Wembiey' spelling errors.
Lotus Elan S2 '90: Corrected name to Lotus Elan 1.6 '90.
Lotus Elan S4 Sprint: Fixed 'ELAN' capitalisation error.
Lotus Esprit V8 GT: Fixed replay name duplicated from the Esprit V8 SE.
Lotus Europa: Added colour names.
Mazda Demio GL-X '99: Added missing description.
Mazda RX-7 RS-R '97 alternate RM: Fixed missing logo (JP only).
Mazdaspeed RX-7 A-spec '96: Fixed replay name.
Mercedes-Benz A160: Fixed missing 'Benz' in replay name.
Mercedes-Benz CLK 200: Fixed missing 'Benz' in replay name.
Mercedes-Benz CLK 320: Fixed missing 'Benz' in replay name.
Mercedes-Benz SLK 230: Fixed missing 'Benz' and missing space in replay name.
Mitsubishi FTO GP Ver.R '97: Removed incorrect description.
Mitsubishi FTO GPX '94: Removed incorrect description.
Mitsubishi FTO GPX '97: Removed incorrect description.
Mitsubishi FTO GR '94: Removed incorrect description.
Mitsubishi FTO GR '97: Removed incorrect description.
Mitsubishi GTO Twin Turbo '97: Fixed replay name (JP only).
Mitsubishi GTO Twin Turbo '99: Fixed replay name (JP only).
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo.III Rally Car: Fixed 'Iii' capitalisation error and extra space in replay name.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo.IV Rally Car: Fixed extra space in replay name.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution III GSR: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV GSR: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI GSR: Corrected colour name from Lance Blue to Reims Blue.
Mitsubishi Legnum 24 ST '99: Fixed name, as this is the 2.4-litre AWD model.
Mitsubishi Legnum ST '97: Fixed replay name (JP only).
Mitsubishi Legnum VR-4 '97: Fixed replay name (JP only).
Mitsubishi Minica Dangan: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Mitsubishi Minica PJ: Fixed 'Pj' capitalisation error (JP only).
Mugen S2000: Fixed 'MUGEN' capitalisation error.
Nismo 400R: Added colour names.
Nismo 400R 'PreceidingModel': Corrected name to Nismo 400R Prototype.
Nissan 300ZX 2+2 '98: Fixed extra spaces in replay name (EU only).
Nissan 300ZX Turbo '98: Fixed extra space in replay name (EU only).
Nissan March Super Turbo: Fixed missing spaces in replay name.
Nissan Fairlady Z Ver.S 2seater '98: Fixed replay name (JP only).
Nissan Primera 2.0Te-V: Updated name to match Japanese release.
Nissan R390 GT1 Road Car '97: Fixed missing spaces in replay name.
Nissan R390 GT1 Road Car '98: Fixed missing spaces in replay name.
Nissan Silvia K's '91: Fixed Dark Green colour being mistakenly listed as two-tone.
Nissan Silvia Q's '91: Fixed Dark Green colour being mistakenly listed as two-tone.
Nissan Silvia K's Aero SE: Fixed 'K'S' capitalisation error.
Nissan Skyline 25GT Turbo: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Nissan Skyline 280 Type MR: Fixed 'Skiline' spelling error (JP only).
Nissan Skyline GTS25 Type S: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Nissan Skyline GTS25t Type M: Fixed missing spaces in replay name.
Nissan Skyline GTS4: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Nissan Skyline GTS-R: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Nissan Skyline GTS-t Type M: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Nissan Skyline GT-R '71: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Nissan Skyline GT-R '89: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Nissan Skyline GT-R '91: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Nissan Skyline GT-R '95: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Nissan Skyline GT-R '97: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Nissan Skyline GT-R '99: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Nissan Skyline GT-R 4Door: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Nissan Skyline GT-R Nismo: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Nissan Skyline GT-R V spec: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Nissan Skyline GT-R V spec '95: Fixed missing space in replay name and abbreviation.
Nissan Skyline GT-R V spec '97: Fixed missing space in replay name and abbreviation (US only).
Nissan Skyline GT-R V spec '99: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Nissan Skyline GT-R V spec II: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Nissan Skyline Silhouette Formula: Fixed 'Foumula' spelling error.
Nissan Stagea RS Four V '98: Fixed missing space in replay name (US only).
Opel Astra: Fixed 'Starsillber' spelling error.
Opel Corsa: Fixed 'Starsillber' spelling error.
Opel Tigra: Fixed 'Starsillber' spelling error.
Opel Vectra: Fixed 'Starsillber' spelling error.
Peugeot 206 Rally Car: Fixed replay name (JP only).
Plymouth GTX: Fixed 'Cooper' spelling error.
Renault Espace F1: Fixed replay name.
RUF BTR Type I: Fixed missing space in replay name.
RUF BTR Type II: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Shelby GT350 '66: Added missing description.
Shelby GT500 '68: Added missing description.
Subaru Impreza 22B STi Version: Fixed 'Sti' capitalisation error.
Suzuki Alto Works RS/R '90: Fixed name from RS/X to RS/R, as this is the AWD model not the FF model.
Suzuki Cervo Mode: Fixed 'Celvo' spelling error.
Suzuki Cappuccino: Fixed 'Capcino' abbreviation.
Tommykaira m13: Fixed missing spaces in replay name.
Tommykaira R '95: Fixed extra space in replay name.
Tommykaira R '99: Fixed extra space in replay name.
Toyota Altezza LM Edition: Fixed name varying from Altezza to IS 200 in various places (PAL only).
Toyota Celica XX: Added colour names.
Toyota Corolla Levin '83: Fixed menu name being swapped with the '85.
Toyota Corolla Levin '85: Fixed menu name being swapped with the '83.
Toyota Prius: Fixed 'PRIUS' capitalisation error.
Toyota Soarer 2.5 GT-T '95: Fixed 'Phtalocyanine' spelling error.
Toyota Sprinter Trueno '83: Fixed menu name being swapped with the '85, fixed 'Corolla Trueno' naming error.
Toyota Sprinter Trueno '85: Fixed menu name being swapped with the '83, fixed 'Corolla Trueno' naming error.
Toyota Starlet Turbo S '82: Corrected name to Toyota Starlet S '78, corrected colour name to Straight Green.
Toyota XYR Detroit Show Ver.: Fixed missing space in replay name.
Unisia JECS Skyline: Fixed 'Jecs' capitalisation error.
Venturi 400GT: Fixed aspiration type from MA to TURBO, fixed 'Blue' instead of 'Bleu'.
Venturi Atlantique 300 Bi-Turbo: Fixed 'Blue' instead of 'Bleu'.
Volkswagen Golf V6: Added missing description.
Xanavi ARTA Silvia: Fixed 'Zanavi' spelling error and 'Arta' capitalisation error.

- Stats
Audi A4: Fixed price being swapped with S4.
Audi S4: Fixed price being swapped with A4.
BMW 528i: Fixed engine stats.
Chevrolet Corvette '82: Fixed engine stats.
Chevrolet Corvette '96: Fixed length stat.
Citroen Xsara Rally Car: Fixed engine stats.
Daihatsu Move SR-XX (2WD) '97: Fixed peak torque stat.
Daihatsu Move SR-XX (4WD) '97: Fixed height stat.
Daihatsu Storia Rally Car: Fixed engine stats.
Dodge Avenger: Fixed engine stats.
Dodge Challenger: Fixed engine stats.
Dodge Charger: Fixed engine stats.
Dodge Neon ACR: Fixed engine stats.
Dodge Neon R/T: Fixed engine stats.
Dodge Stratus ES: Fixed engine stats.
Fiat 500 Sporting: Fixed engine stats.
Fiat 500R: Fixed engine stats.
Fiat 600 Sporting: Fixed engine stats.
Fiat Punto GT: Fixed engine stats.
Ford Cougar: Fixed price being taken from the Mercury Cougar '67. New price based on real-world pricing.
Ford GT40: Fixed engine stats.
Ford GT40 Race Car: Fixed engine stats.
Ford Mustang GT '98: Fixed engine stats.
Ford Mustang GT '99: Fixed engine stats.
Ford Mustang SVT Cobra '99: Fixed engine stats.
Ford RS200: Fixed engine stats.
Honda Accord SiR '96: Fixed engine stats.
Honda Accord Wagon SiR '96: Fixed engine stats.
Honda NSX '90: Fixed missing year.
Honda S2000 GT1: Fixed engine stats.
Lancia Delta S4: Fixed engine stats.
Lancia Y: Fixed engine stats.
Lister Storm: Fixed engine stats.
Mercury Cougar '67: Fixed price.
Mine's Lancer Evolution V: Fixed engine stats.
Mini Cooper Mk1: Fixed engine stats.
Mini Cooper 1.3i: Fixed engine stats.
Plymouth Cuda: Fixed engine stats.
Plymouth GTX: Fixed engine stats.
Plymouth Muscle Car: Fixed engine stats.
Plymouth Superbird: Fixed engine stats.
Renault Clio 16V: Fixed engine stats.
Renault Laguna V6: Corrected engine from I4 to V6.
Rover Mini 1275S: Fixed width stat.
Spoon Civic Type R: Fixed engine stats.
Spoon Integra Type R: Fixed engine stats.
Spoon S2000: Fixed engine stats.
STP Taisan Viper: Fixed engine stats.
Subaru 360: Fixed engine stats.
Subaru Impreza WRX '94: Corrected height.
Tommykaira ZZII: Fixed engine stats.
Tommykaira ZZIII: Fixed engine stats.
Toyota Altezza 280T: Fixed engine stats.
Toyota Celica Rally Car: Fixed engine stats.
Toyota Starlet Turbo S '82: Changed year to 1978.
TVR Cerbera LM Edition: Fixed engine stats.
TVR Chimaera 4.0: Fixed engine stats.
TVR Chimaera 4.5: Fixed engine stats.
TVR Chimaera 5.0: Fixed engine stats.
Vector W8: Fixed engine stats.
Venturi Atlantique 300 Bi-Turbo: Fixed engine stats.
Volkswagen Golf V5: Fixed engine stats.
Volkswagen New Beetle GLS: Fixed engine stats.
Volkswagen New Beetle GT: Fixed engine stats.

- Upgrades / Physics
All racecars: Fixed bug that prevented adjustment of brake balance.
Acura Integra GS-R: Fixed typo in 4th gear ratio.
Acura Integra GS-R '95: Fixed typo that caused the RM to be unavailable, fixed typo in 4th gear ratio.
Acura Integra Type R '95: Fixed typo that caused the RM to be unavailable.
Acura Integra Type R '98: Fixed typo that caused the RM to be unavailable.
Acura NSX '93: Fixed typo that caused the RM to be unavailable.
Acura NSX Type S: Fixed typo that caused the RM to be unavailable.
Acura NSX Type S Zero: Fixed typo that caused the RM to be unavailable.
Audi A4: Corrected the weight and height from Avant figures to saloon figures.
BMW 328i: Added the turbo kits from the otherwise identical 328Ci.
BMW 528i: Corrected engine power from 142PS to 142kW (190PS), corrected the NA Tune upgrades to match the 328i, and added the turbo kits from the 328Ci.
Chevrolet Corvette '82: Corrected engine power from 230BHP to 200BHP, corrected redline, corrected stock gearing.
Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 '95: Fixed final drive ratio.
Daihatsu Move SR-XX (2WD) '97: Fixed weight being swapped with 4WD model.
Daihatsu Move SR-XX (4WD) '97: Fixed weight being swapped with 2WD model.
Dodge Concept Car: Corrected drivetrain from MR to FR (JP / US only), added missing driveshaft upgrade (all regions).
Dodge Concept Car LM Edition: Corrected drivetrain from MR to FR (JP / US only).
Dodge Stratus ES: Corrected engine power and torque curves, from 104PS / 17.2kgm to 163PS / 22.5kgm, and corrected engine redline. Adjusted turbo kits to compensate for increased base power.
Fiat 500 Sporting: Fixed bug that prevented alternate RM being available (JP / US only).
Ford Mustang GT '98: Corrected engine power from 207BHP to 225BHP.
Ford Mustang GT '99: Corrected engine power from 207BHP to 260BHP.
HKS 180SX Drag: Added missing suspension adjustment (JP only).
HKS R33 Drag: Corrected tyre sizes from HKS 180SX skinny fronts / wide rears to 10.5" slicks on all four corners (all regions), added missing suspension adjustment (JP only).
Honda Accord SiR '96: Corrected weight from 1490kg to 1290kg.
Honda Accord SiR-T '97: Corrected power from 193ps to 200ps.
Honda Accord SiR-T '98: Corrected power from 193ps to 200ps.
Honda Accord Wagon SiR '96: Added missing NA Tune stage 3 and adjusted 1 and 2 to match the saloon.
Honda Civic Ferio '93: Added missing turbo kits from hatchback version, fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
Honda Civic Ferio '96: Added missing turbo kits from hatchback version, fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
Honda Civic Ferio '98: Added missing turbo kits from hatchback version.
Honda Civic SiR-II '93: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
Honda Civic SiR-II '95: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
Honda CR-X del sol VXi '92: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
Honda CR-X del sol SiR '92: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
Honda CR-X SiR '91: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
Honda Integra SiR-G '95: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
Honda Integra Type R '95: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
Honda NSX: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
Honda NSX '90: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
Honda Prelude Si '91: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
Honda Prelude Si VTEC '91: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
Honda Prelude SiR '96: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
Honda Prelude Type-S '96: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
Lotus Esprit GT1: Fixed broken default suspension setup (JP only).
Mazda RX-7 RS-R '97: Fixed bug that prevented alternate RM being available.
Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG: Improved the NA Tune upgrades and added a stage 3 part, so that it no longer makes less power than the C43 AMG when tuned.
Mine's Lancer Evolution V: Corrected LSD settings and adjustments from FF to 4WD.
Mitsubishi Galant VR-G '96: Fixed lack of any major power upgrades by adding turbo kits based on the 165ps, 195ps, and 215ps factory turbo versions of its 4G93 engine.
Mitsubishi Galant VR-G '99: Fixed lack of any major power upgrades by adding turbo kits based on the 165ps, 195ps, and 215ps factory turbo versions of its 4G93 engine.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V Rally Car (alternate livery): Removed duplicate LSD.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI Rally Car: Removed duplicate LSD.
Mitsubishi Legnum 24 ST '99: Fixed displacement and drivetrain, as this is the 2.4-litre AWD model, and added turbo kits.
Mitsubishi Legnum ST '97: Fixed lack of any major power upgrades by adding turbo kits based on the 165ps, 195ps, and 215ps factory turbo versions of its 4G93 engine.
Nissan Skyline 280 Type MR: Corrected drivetrain from 4WD to FR.
Subaru Impreza WRX '94: Corrected engine power and torque to 260PS / 31.5kgm (swapped with '94 WRX Wagon), corrected weight.
Subaru Impreza WRX Wagon '94: Corrected engine power and torque to 220PS / 28.5kgm (swapped with '94 WRX).
Subaru Impreza WRX STi Ver.VI typeRA: Corrected engine power multiplier to match the base and typeR versions.
Suzuki Alto Works RS/R '90: Fixed engine being duplicated from the '97 model.
Vauxhall Corsa: Fixed missing turbo kit.
Vauxhall Tigra: Fixed missing turbo kit.
Vauxhall Vectra GSi 2.5: Fixed wheel and tyre sizes from SRi 205/55R16 to GSi 215/45R17, to match the Opel version.
Vector W8 Twin Turbo: Added workaround for bug preventing unequipping of intercooler upgrades. As a consequence the stock turbo kit will be listed as Stage 1.
Venturi 400GT: Fixed missing stock turbo, added missing intercooler upgrades, adjusted boost levels of the stage 1 upgrade to make turbo noises more audible like the real car.
Venturi Atlantique 300 Bi-Turbo: Corrected power from 210PS to 310PS, and weight from 1250kg to 1279kg, removed erroneous driveshaft upgrade.
Volkswagen Golf V6: Corrected engine from 150PS V5 to 204PS V6. Corrected drivetrain from FF to 4WD. Corrected weight.

- Events
Clubman Cup race 2: Removed Venturi Atlantique 300 Bi-Turbo opponent as it now has much more power than the other opponents.
Clubman Cup race 3: Added Venturi Atlantique 300 Bi-Turbo opponent.
Event Synthesizer: Prevent the deleted Volkswagen Polo from appearing as an opponent.
FF Challenge race 2: Removed 4WD Mazda Familia S-Wagon from the list of possible opponents.
French Nationals race 2: Removed Venturi Atlantique 300 Bi-Turbo opponent as it now has much more power than the other opponents.
German Nationals race 1: Removed BMW 528i opponent as it now has much more power than the other opponents.
German Nationals race 2: Added BMW 528i opponent with 248PS and Sports tyres.
Gran Turismo All Stars: Added racing modification to Elise GT1 opponent.
Gran Turismo World Championship: Added racing modification to Elise GT1 opponent (all regions), fixed this event awarding the Toyota GT-One from the JP release rather than the correct US localised version (US only).
Manufacturer - Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution: The Mine's Lancer Evolution V can now be entered.
Manufacturer - Nissan Silvia / 180SX / 200SX: Fixed the S14 200SX being unable to enter (PAL only).
Manufacturer - Nissan Skyline R34: The Mine's R34 Skyline GT-R and Tommykaira R '99 can now be entered.
Manufacturer - Toyota Celica (Racing): The Weds Sport Celica GT can now be entered.
Manufacturer - Toyota MR-S: The Toyota MR-S Motor Show Version can now be entered.
Manufacturer - Volkswagen Golf: Removed Volkswagen Golf V6 opponent as it now has much more power than the other opponents.
Manufacturer - Volkswagen Golf (Racing): Removed Volkswagen Golf V6 opponents as they now have much more power than the other opponents.
Rome 2 Hours: Added racing modification to XJ220 opponent.
S License: Fixed the gold prize for this license awarding the Toyota GT-One from the JP release rather than the correct US localised version (US only).
Tuned NA Cup: Removed Peugeot 306 S16 RM on dirt tyres from the list of possible opponents.
Tuned Turbo Car Cup: Replaced naturally aspirated Tommykaira R30 with other cars from the list of possible opponents.

- Menus
Nissan dealership: Replaced inaccurate Nissan Primera in the New Car section with the accurate but unused Nissan Primera 2.0Te-V (PAL only), fixed missing Nismo GT-R LM in the Special section (JP only).
Peugeot dealership: Switched to the real-world Esso versions of the 206 S16, 406 saloon and 206 Rally Car (US only).
Shelby dealership: Switched to the fixed GT350 and GT500 models from the US / PAL releases (JP only).

All changes from the Light version, plus:

- Miscellaneous
Fixed the total completion percentage exceeding 100% when both the Vauxhall and Opel races were completed (thanks to Silent).
Removed the restriction that prevented BMW cars from entering the Wheel Shop and equipping custom wheels.

- Colours
Castrol Supra GT: Restored white / blue, black / green and black / blue colours from GT1.
Citroen Saxo RM: Restored black colour.
Dodge Viper GTS: Restored 1997 colours.
Dodge Viper RT/10: Restored 1997 colours.
Dodge Viper RT/10 RM: Added yellow colour based on GT1 version (by Submaniac93).
Ford GT90: Restored several cut colours.
Honda NSX '90: Removed paint colours only available on later models.
Honda NSX-R '92: Removed paint colours only available on later base models.
Jaguar XJR-15: Added range of colours (by Sirius-R & Submaniac93).
Lister Storm: Restored several cut colours.
Lotus Europa: Removed fictional silver colour.
Mazda RX-7 A-Spec LM Edition: Restored purple colour from GT1 pre-releases.
Mazda RX-7 infini III RM: Restored black colour from GT1 pre-releases.
Mazdaspeed AZ1 A spec: Restored blue colour.
Mercedes-Benz C 43 AMG: Restored several cut colours.
Mercedes-Benz E 55 AMG: Restored several cut colours.
Mitsubishi GTO LM Edition: Restored silver colour from GT1 pre-releases.
Mitsubishi Mirage Cyborg R '92 RM: Restored peach colour from GT1 pre-releases.
Nismo 400R: Added more colour options with correct stripe colours, and removed the non-production yellow colour.
Nismo 400R prototype: Made car only available in yellow with silver stripes, to make it more unique and match the real prototype.
Nissan Pulsar GTi-R RM: Restored green colour.
Nissan Skyline GTS-R: Removed fictional colours.
Peugeot 306 S16 RM: Restored red livery.
Plymouth Pronto Spyder: Restored several cut colours.
Subaru Impreza WRX STi Ver.III '96: Restored Sports Blue colour from the V-Limited model, from GT1.
TOM'S T01 Angel: Restored silver colour.
Toyota Levin BZG '96 RM: Restored purple colour from GT1 pre-releases.
Toyota Sprinter Trueno '85: Restored High Sonic colour.
Toyota Supra GT Turbo Ltd. '93 RM: Restored purple colour from GT1 pre-releases.
Toyota Supra Twinturbo-R '91 RM: Restored purple colour from GT1 pre-releases.
TVR Cerbera 4.2 RM: Restored silver colour.
TVR Cerbera LM Edition: Added green colour based on GT1 Cerbera LM.
TVR Cerbera Speed 6 RM: Restored silver colour.
Vector M12: Restored silver colour.
Vector W8 Twin Turbo: Restored several cut colours.

- Models / Textures
Ford Focus Rally Car: Restored Valvoline logos, removed sunroof.
Nissan Primera 2.0Te '90 RM: Restored Impul and Nismo logos.
Nissan Primera GT '98: Fixed model being mostly JP-spec, by adding UK-market lights, bumpers, badging, and trim.
Nissan Pulsar GTi-R RM: Restored Nismo banner from GT1.
Nissan Skyline GTS-R RM: Restored Impul logos.
Opel Vectra i500: Fixed model being a fictional badge swap of the Vauxhall GSi by adding Opel i500 badging and wheels instead.
Toyota Celica Elegant Sports Version RM: Added headlight covers to match the standard car.

- Text
All cars: Rename MA aspiration type to S/C.
Nissan Silvia K's '95: Removed 200SX / 240SX rebranding in favour of the separate 200SX (US / PAL only).
Nissan Silvia K's Aero '96: Removed 200SX / 240SX rebranding in favour of the separate 200SX (US / PAL only).
Nissan Silvia K's Aero SE '98: Removed 200SX / 240SX rebranding to match the '96 car (US / PAL only).
Nissan Silvia Q's '95: Removed 200SX / 240SX rebranding to match the K's (US / PAL only).
Nissan Silvia Q's Aero '96: Removed 200SX / 240SX rebranding to match the K's (US / PAL only).
Nissan Skyline GTS-R: Added missing Bluish Black colour name.
Nissan Z Ver.S 2by2 '94: Removed 300ZX rebranding in favour of the separate 300ZX (US / PAL only).
Nissan Z Ver.S 2by2 Twin Turbo '94: Removed 300ZX rebranding in favour of the separate 300ZX (US / PAL only).
Nissan Z Ver.S 2seater '94: Removed 300ZX rebranding in favour of the separate 300ZX (US / PAL only).
Nissan Z Ver.S 2seater Twin Turbo '94: Removed 300ZX rebranding in favour of the separate 300ZX (US / PAL only).

- Upgrades / Physics
Citroen Xsara 1.8i 16v: Restored racing modification, fixed wheels.
Ford Taurus SHO: Restored NASCAR livery as an alternate racing modification.
Honda Life T '97: Restored racing modification, fixed wheels.
Honda Life T '98: Restored racing modification, fixed wheels.
Nismo GT-R LM: Added alternate RM based on GT1 version (by Submaniac93).
Nissan Skyline GT-R 4Door: Restored racing modification.
Renault Clio 16V: Added turbo kit as the car had no major power upgrades.
Toyota MR-S Motor Show Version: Added turbo kit as the car had no major power upgrades.
Toyota Prius: Restored racing modification, added weight reduction.
Toyota XYR Detroit Show Version: Added NA tuning as the car had no major power upgrades.
Venturi 400GT: Added turbo kit stages 2 and 3, to more closely match the Venturi 300 in maximum power output.

- Cars
Acura Integra GS '97: Added car, based on unused content, with custom physics (140hp 5-speed manual).
Acura Integra LS '95: Added car, based on unused content, with custom physics (140hp 4-speed automatic).
Aston Martin DB7 Coupe [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
Citroen Saxo Rally Car: Added car based on Arcade mode preset, plus upgrade options to match the standard car.
Daihatsu Storia X4 Rally Car: Added car based on Arcade mode preset, plus upgrade options to match the standard car.
Eunos Roadster '93 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version and placeholder GT1 demo content.
Honda Civic Type R '97 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
Honda NSX-R GT1 Turbo: Added car based on GT1 model, textures, and physics.
Honda NSX-R LM GT2: Added car, based on GT1 textures and physics.
Lancia Delta Rally Car: Added car based on Arcade mode preset, plus upgrade options to match the standard car.
Mazda Familia Rally Car: Added car based on Arcade mode preset, plus upgrade options to match the standard car.
Mazda Roadster RS D-Rights: Added car, based on license test version.
Mercedes-Benz C55 AMG: Added car based on existing model and modified physics (C43 fitted with CLK55 engine and transmission).
Mercedes-Benz CLK Race Car: Restored car.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo III Rally Car: Added car based on Arcade mode preset, plus upgrade options to match the standard car.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IV Rally Car: Added car based on Arcade mode preset, plus upgrade options to match the standard car.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV GSR '96 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V Rally Car (alternate livery): Restored car.
Mugen S2000: Added car, based on unused model.
Nissan 200ZX '95: Added car from the PAL release, available as a used car, and fixed missing description (JP / US only).
Nissan 200ZX '98: Added car from the PAL release, available as a used car, and fixed missing description (JP / US only).
Nissan 300ZX 2-seater '95: Made car available as a used car, and fixed missing description (JP / PAL only).
Nissan 300ZX 2+2 '95: Made car available as a used car, and fixed missing description (JP / PAL only).
Nissan 300ZX Turbo '95: Made car available as a used car, and fixed missing description (JP / PAL only).
Nissan Pulsar Rally Car: Added car based on Arcade mode preset, plus upgrade options to match the standard car.
Nissan Pulsar VZ-R N1 '97 [Livery]: Added car, based on cut content.
Nissan Silvia K's '95: Made car available as a used car, and fixed missing description (PAL only).
Nissan Silvia K's Aero '96: Made car available as a used car, and fixed missing description (PAL only).
Nissan Silvia LM Edition: Added car based on GT1 model, textures, and physics.
Nissan Silvia Q's '88 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
Nissan Silvia Spec-R Aero D-Rights: Added car, based on license test version.
Nissan Skyline GT-R '91 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
Nissan Z Ver.S 2by2 '94: Made car available as a used car (US only).
Nissan Z Ver.S 2by2 Twin Turbo '94: Made car available as a used car (US only).
Nissan Z Ver.S 2seater '94: Made car available as a used car (US only).
Nissan Z Ver.S 2seater Twin Turbo '94: Made car available as a used car (US only).
Peugeot 306 Rally Car: Added car based on Arcade mode preset, plus upgrade options to match the standard car.
Renault Megane Rally Car: Added car based on Arcade mode preset, plus upgrade options to match the standard car.
Ruf BR2: Added car, based on unused content, with custom physics (Ruf-tuned 911 Turbo).
Ruf BR4: Added car, based on unused content, with custom physics (Ruf-tuned 911 Turbo with 4WD conversion).
Ruf BTR4 3.8: Added car, based on unused content, with custom physics (3.8-litre 4WD BTR with EKS automated manual transmission).
Ruf CR4: Added car, based on unused content, with custom physics (3.6-litre NA 4WD).
Subaru Impreza Rally Car '96: Added car based on Arcade mode preset, plus upgrade options to match the standard car.
Subaru Impreza WRX STi Ver.III '96 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
Subaru SVX S4 '95 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
Toyota Celica Rally Car '88: Added car based on Arcade mode preset, plus upgrade options to match the standard car.
Toyota Celica Rally Car '91: Added car based on Arcade mode preset, plus upgrade options to match the standard car.
Toyota Celica Rally Car '95: Added car based on Arcade mode preset, plus upgrade options to match the standard car.
Toyota Celica SS-II '95 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
Toyota Chaser LM Edition: Added car based on GT1 sounds, physics and textures, with sound port, model edits and wheel texture by submaniac93.
Toyota Soarer 2.5VVT-i '96 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
Toyota Supra RZ '97 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
Vauxhall Vectra SRi 2.0 16V: Added car, based on cut content.
Volkswagen Golf Rally Car: Added car based on Arcade mode preset, plus upgrade options to match the standard car.
Volkswagen Polo 1.4 16V: Restored car.

- Events
All events: Enabled Opel / Vauxhall and Acura models as opponents.
Multiple events: Tweaked opponent list to remove duplicated Opel / Vauxhall and Honda / Acura opponents.
4WD Challenge race 2: Added Ruf CR4 opponent.
4WD Challenge race 3: Added Ruf BTR4 3.8 opponent.
Compact Car Cup: Restored Volkswagen Polo 1.4 16V to list of possible opponents.
FF Challenge race 1: Added Acura Integra LS '95 opponent.
FR Challenge race 2: Replaced the S14 Silvia opponent with a 200SX, like the original PAL release (JP / US only).
German Nationals race 3: Added Ruf BR2 opponent.
Manufacturer - Nissan Silvia / 180SX: Replaced the S14 200SX opponents with Silvias, like the original JP release (PAL only).
UK Nationals race 1: Added Vauxhall Vectra SRi 2.0 16V opponent.
Secret: Added Acura Integra GS '97 as prize car.
Secret: Added Acura Integra LS '95 as prize car.
Secret: Added Aston Martin DB7 Coupe [Special Colour] as prize car.
Secret: Added Citroen Saxo Rally Car as prize car.
Secret: Added Daihatsu Storia X4 Rally Car as prize car.
Secret: Added Eunos Roadster '93 [Special Colour] as prize car.
Secret: Added Honda Civic Type R '97 [Special Colour] as prize car.
Secret: Added Lancia Delta Rally Car as prize car.
Secret: Added Mazda Familia Rally Car as prize car.
Secret: Added Mazda Roadster RS D-Rights as prize car.
Secret: Added Mercedes-Benz C55 AMG as prize car.
Secret: Added Mitsubishi Lancer Evo III Rally Car as prize car.
Secret: Added Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IV Rally Car as prize car.
Secret: Added Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV GSR '96 [Special Colour] as prize car.
Secret: Added Mugen S2000 as prize car.
Secret: Added Nissan Primera 2.0Tm S Selection as prize car.
Secret: Added Nissan Pulsar Rally Car as prize car.
Secret: Added Nissan Pulsar VZ-R N1 '97 [Livery] as prize car.
Secret: Added Nissan Silvia Q's '88 [Special Colour] as prize car.
Secret: Added Nissan Silvia Spec-R Aero D-Rights as prize car.
Secret: Added Nissan Skyline GT-R '91 [Special Colour] as prize car.
Secret: Added Peugeot 306 Rally Car as prize car.
Secret: Added Renault Megane Rally Car as prize car.
Secret: Added Ruf BR2 as prize car.
Secret: Added Ruf BR4 as prize car.
Secret: Added Ruf BTR4 3.8 as prize car.
Secret: Added Ruf CR4 as prize car.
Secret: Added Subaru Impreza Rally Car '96 as prize car.
Secret: Added Subaru Impreza WRX STi Ver.III '96 [Special Colour] as prize car.
Secret: Added Subaru SVX S4 '95 [Special Colour] as prize car.
Secret: Added Toyota Celica Rally Car '88 as prize car.
Secret: Added Toyota Celica Rally Car '91 as prize car.
Secret: Added Toyota Celica Rally Car '95 as prize car.
Secret: Added Toyota Celica SS-II '95 [Special Colour] as prize car.
Secret: Added Toyota Soarer 2.5VVT-i '96 [Special Colour] as prize car.
Secret: Added Toyota Supra RZ '97 [Special Colour] as prize car.
Secret: Added Vauxhall Vectra SRi 2.0 16V as prize car.
Secret: Added Volkswagen Golf Rally Car as prize car.
Secret: Added Volkswagen Polo 1.4 16V as prize car.

- Menus
Acura dealership: Added dealership to South City (except US).
Honda dealership: Added Honda NSX-R GT1 Turbo and Honda NSX-R LM GT2 to the Special section (all regions), added the JP / PAL Integras and NSXes to the Special section as the New Car section is not yet editable (US only).
Mercedes-Benz dealership: Added Special section, containing the Mercedes-Benz CLK Race Car.
Mitsubishi dealership: Added Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V Rally Car (alternate livery) to the Special section.
Nissan dealership: Added Silvia LM to the Special section.
Opel dealership: Added dealership to North City (PAL English only).
Toyota dealership: Added the Chaser LM (for purchase) and the Castrol Supra '96 (for viewing) to the Special section.
Vauxhall dealership: Added dealership to North City (except PAL English).

pez2k - Research, tooling, all data, texture, palette and sound modifications (unless mentioned below)
adeyblue - Research (reverse engineering), tooling (GTVolTools, GT2DataExploder)
Submaniac93 - Research (memory mapping, model formats), model editing (RX-7 GT-C LM, Chaser LM) texture editing (GT-R LM RM, Laguna RM, March Super Turbo), palette editing (GT-R LM RM, Viper RT/10 RM, XJR15), sound editing (Chaser LM), texturing (Chaser LM), QA and testing
Silent - Research (overlays, disassembly), tooling (mkpsxiso updates)
B_Rad88 - Texture editing (Neon ACR RM)
Sirius-R - Recolouring (XJR15)
Turn10 - Reference data (VW Golf V6 engine, from the Bora V6 in Forza Motorsport 4)
SuperFrizzio - QA and testing
LOZio - Console QA and testing
Courier21 - QA and testing
gtgamer468 - QA and testing
Sal_89 - Previous QA and testing
TheAdmiester - Tooling (GT2CarViewer bugfixes)
LameGuy64 - Tooling (mkpsxiso)

For additional credits, please see the readme file.

  • How do I install the mod? Apply EITHER the Light or Complete .xdelta patch for that disc to a valid copy of any Gran Turismo 2 disc. Tutorials on how to apply xdelta patches are widely available on Youtube or elsewhere.
  • Does the mod work on a real Playstation console? Yes, it should, and the PAL version has been extensively tested on a Playstation.
  • Can I use my normal GT2 savegame? No, the patched game is not compatible with savegames from the base game, older GT2+ versions, or other patches, due to the added and updated content.
  • Are you going to remove the GT40 opponent in the Historic Cup? No, this was intentionally added by PD and is not a bug. It's also an interesting and characterful part of the game.
  • Are you going to add the Elise 'Soft Top'? No, this is an unfinished and broken version of the Elise already in the game.
  • Are you going to add drag racing? No, almost nothing exists of the drag racing mode and it was probably never created in the first place.
  • Are you going to add the CLK-GTR? No, this car never existed in any known version of the game, just a handful of renders. While the recreations of that car are impressive, just restoring the unfinished content from PD will already hit the limit of what the game can handle, before considering other mods to include. Check out Submaniac's GT2.1 mod for somewhere that the CLK GTR will be included however.
  • Are you going to add Special Stage Route 11? Yes, if it ever becomes possible to modify GT1 track models to work in GT2.
  • Are you going to change the performance of racecars to more closely match the real cars? Yes, if enough solid real data can be found on the cars. However, most race teams are very secretive, so the answer may be no for many cars.
  • Are you going to add a 60FPS mode? No, this is not possible to do with this mod, and the PS1 console does not have enough power to run the game at that framerate. Mods or cheats that alter the framerate also break replays and ghost cars.
  • Are you going to increase the garage size? No, this is not possible, as there is only space in memory and in the savegame for 100 cars, and adding any more will overwrite critical data.
  • Are you going to change (a certain particular detail)? If it is a bug, yes. Otherwise, probably not, as this mod is focusing on bug fixes and restored content. There are many hundreds of fixes still to be done, so I don't have enough time to change arbitrary other things. However, mod tools will be made available so these changes can be made as other mods by other people.

Beta 6.1.1 - 03/04/2022 (reupload of Japanese Arcade disc only, no changes)
Beta 6.1 - 13/01/2022 (bugfix release)
Beta 6 - 30/12/2021
Beta 5.1 - 26/07/2020 (bugfix release)
Beta 5 - 18/07/2020
Alpha 4.1 - 05/03/2019
Alpha 4 - 27/02/2019 (cancelled due to game limitations)
Alpha 3 - 10/07/2018
Alpha 2 - 18/05/2018
Alpha 1 - 18/05/2018 (internal test version)

All known GT2 discs are currently supported, and are all patched to have the same amount of content and features as the final PAL release.

Please select the appropriate version of the mod below for your version of the game.




Please do not distribute pre-patched disc images of this modification, in order to avoid any potential legal issues or incorrect association with piracy that could result in its removal and/or an end to development.
Hi @pez2k, upon patching my ROM copy of Gran Turismo 2 NTSC-J 1.0, my cheats do not work any longer. It is difficult to find anything on Japanese cheats for version 1.1. Is there any way to solve this issue? Thank you. Please let me know if there is some way to “translate” JP v1 codes into JP v1.1 codes.
 
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So, when I said that I'd now restored every car that I could... it turns out there's one I'd missed. The very first demo of GT1 contains a non-turbo R33 Skyline that was gone by the next demo, and never made it to a retail GT game. Fortunately, there's enough of the physics data in there to revive it:

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It's using the GT2 version of the GTS25t model for a nice visual update, as the GT1 models for the two were identical. In terms of parts and physics it's actually quite different, with not just a less powerful engine but an entirely different transmission setup with a shorter final drive ratio, plus smaller wheels and tyres and a decent bit less weight. It's also got a broader spread of torque than the R32 equivalent, somewhat disguised by the peak figures being similar, and can be NA tuned to over 300hp. It also had no RM in the GT1 demo, but I've given it a copy of the GTS25t one.

I've scattered it randomly through the used car list, so keep an eye out for it when starting a new game with beta 7.

Hi @pez2k, upon patching my ROM copy of Gran Turismo 2 NTSC-J 1.0, my cheats do not work any longer. It is difficult to find anything on Japanese cheats for version 1.1. Is there any way to solve this issue? Thank you. Please let me know if there is some way to “translate” JP v1 codes into JP v1.1 codes.

Unfortunately cheat codes aren't really my area of expertise - if you have some 1.1 codes that work, then comparing them to equivalent 1.0 codes might give you the difference in addresses that could be applied to other codes.

The upgrade from the 1.0 to 1.1 code is needed due to Polyphony fixing the critical Machine Test bug that can corrupt the contents of the garage in 1.1, as well as 1.0 being so early that it doesn't fully support the same file structure as the US and PAL versions.
 
@pez2k Thanks for replying. Japanese v1.1 appears to be the PSOne Books reissue, which has no codes created for it afaik. Will US 1.1 codes work on Japanese 1.1 with a bit of tweaking? Unfortunately I do not have any working codes carried over from my original unpatched ROM. The most major non-functioning one is the money cheat from JP v1.0.
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The above does not work. If anyone is able to help, here are the sites which I've been gettting my v1 cheats from (in Japanese, needs translating.) Cheat Boy Japan, Mikosan's FC2. I would like to enjoy this mod to the fullest, and missing cheats is really a bummer for me. I play the Japanese version for the soundtrack and Honda instead of Acura being used for the NSX, Integra etc. :)
Thank you for your help and contribution to further expansion of vanilla GT2.
 
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Will US 1.1 codes work on Japanese 1.1 with a bit of tweaking? ... The most major non-functioning one is the money cheat from JP v1.0.
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I play the Japanese version for the soundtrack and Honda instead of Acura being used for the NSX, Integra etc. :)

The codes for any region are all doing the same thing, just that the location of values in memory move around between versions. I know money in JP 1.1 is at 0x801D13C8, so other JP 1.0 codes may also work with the same -0x600 offset applied.

As for Honda and Acura, that's not really an issue any more in GT2+ Complete as both are accessible. Beta 7 is also going to remove the duplicate Acuras entirely, and keep only the unique models. The soundtrack is a valid point though, and not yet swappable.
 
@pez2k Thanks. I'll give the offset calculation a try. In my previous message I provided some links to some JP 1.0 codes. Those should be of help in case you or anyone else wants to conduct further code testing if possible. I am very grateful for your input so far. I just might be able to play the game exactly how it was meant to be for me!

:) I hope I end up seeing all my cheats work again, at least whenever they can. Looking forward to more excellent work in Beta 7!!
 
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This mod is, first and foremost, supposed to work on the console the game was made for, from what I can tell. But has there been a problem with the mod's functionality between the different PS1 consoles, for example the fat and slim editions?
 
In theory there shouldn't be any issues on any revisions. So far, nobody has reported it not working on a specific revision iirc
 
Lately, I've been doing what will be the final few changes included in beta 7, and one thing that needed attention were the Challenger and 'Cuda, both of them notoriously strange.

First up is the Challenger - in the original game it's listed as a '72, but in actual fact it's a 1970 R/T body with a 1970 T/A engine and side exhausts. Unfortunately there was no quick route to tidying it up - the T/A had unique bodywork and stripes, while the R/T was available with several different engines, none of them as small as the T/A. An early demo has a model that's a 440 6-pack with the 'shaker' bonnet, but the Charger in GT2 is also a 440 6bbl and I wasn't keen on making the Challenger a clone. Instead, I've used the 440 4bbl from GT4's Charger, with a bit less power and torque, which should be more accurate than me making a 383 from scratch. In the original game the car has a 3-speed with made-up ratios, so I've set it up as the factory 3-speed auto, with a generous enough axle ratio to do 220km/h. The side exhausts have been deleted, and an approximation of the R/T quad rear exhausts painted on. I've also nearly tripled the price of the car (not shown below), as it was one of the cheapest 'new' cars on sale, thousands cheaper than even a Cinquecento and a quarter of the price of its rivals.

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I've also had to rebalance the Challenger opponents as they previously had huge power multipliers to make them competitive with its big-block rivals - it still rolls like a boat though:

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The 'Cuda on the other hand is the opposite - it's listed as a '70 and has a '70 AAR 'Cuda engine, but is modelled as a '72 instead. Sadly, 1972 is around the point at which the 'Cuda started to die, and the most powerful model was a small-block 340 rated at 240hp. I've given it the corresponding downgrade, and fixed the transmission from a Mustang's Toploader to an actual Plymouth 4-speed. It's also had a bit of a reshuffle in terms of opponents, as one of them now required more power than the player can tune the car to, and it's replaced the uprated Challenger in the US Nationals instead.

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Finally, I've reworded and shortened the part names shown in the garage in both English localisations to remove all of the horrendous overlapping, which made most of it illegible with a highly tuned car. I've improved the other languages a bit, but it's nigh on impossible to fit many of the part names into 30 characters, so they may still overlap.

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But has there been a problem with the mod's functionality between the different PS1 consoles, for example the fat and slim editions?

Is there actually any PS1 software at all that isn't compatible with a PSone? As far as I know, it's the same chips on a smaller board.
 
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Finally, I've reworded and shortened the part names shown in the garage in both English localisations to remove all of the horrendous overlapping, which made most of it illegible with a highly tuned car. I've improved the other languages a bit, but it's nigh on impossible to fit many of the part names into 30 characters, so they may still overlap.

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Suspension kit twice? I saw two suspension kits installed, the sports and the fully customizable ones, but no racing modification kit appears instead.
 
Suspension kit twice? I saw two suspension kits installed, the sports and the fully customizable ones, but no racing modification kit appears instead.

Good spot, yep - it's an original game bug where cars with more than one possible RM show the wrong description for anything other than the first one. Don't know what the fix is yet, or if it's even possible to patch.
 
Take your time @pez2k , we're all eagerly awaiting it but don't rush yourself and make sure you're happy with it first. We know it's gonna be great, just hope you can appreciate how much you've done for this mod, it's brilliant.
 
In the vanilla game the Nissan R390 road cars couldn't be equipped with a racing suspension. Does the Plus mod fix this? I never checked.
 
In the vanilla game the Nissan R390 road cars couldn't be equipped with a racing suspension. Does the Plus mod fix this? I never checked.
No, both the '97 and '98 versions can't be equipped with sports, semi-racing or racing suspension. But, then again, it is basically the race car with an interior and some other bits to make it street-legal, so it probably retains the racing gearbox, which can't be upgraded, I assume.
 
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The road versions come with a stock transmission that's way too short and you have to buy the racing transmission. I just wonder why you can't even tune the suspension. The Toyota GT-One Road Car, TVR Speed 12 and Lotus Elise GT1 all come with modifiable everything out of the box.
 
This afternoon I put in what are hopefully the final changes for beta 7, and ran through the whole build process for a release. It'll take a little longer just to run through things and check for any issues, but it's coming soon.
Will the US version be converted to metric in the new update? If thats the case i will just say "finally!!"
 
In the vanilla game the Nissan R390 road cars couldn't be equipped with a racing suspension. Does the Plus mod fix this? I never checked.

Not yet, no - there are a few of the supercars that don't have top level upgrades. It's something to look at in future.

Will the US version be converted to metric in the new update? If thats the case i will just say "finally!!"

Only the horsepower units, because it fixes the weird event power limits and so on. For the other units use Silent's codes (or just play PAL).
 
And after a while i repatched the game and it works great in android with a kishi
With that said i have a question. It is normal that the cars divebomb on low speed corners? ie all Rome Short
And the second is a small graphical bug with the Mugen Beat, where the exhaust tips appear on top of the bumper
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And after a while i repatched the game and it works great in android with a kishi
With that said i have a question. It is normal that the cars divebomb on low speed corners? ie all Rome Short
And the second is a small graphical bug with the Mugen Beat, where the exhaust tips appear on top of the bumper
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Yes, happens all the time on some tracks and isn't something that's happening due to the patches.
 
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