The Gran Turismo Car & Track Wishlist Thread...

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I think the pre-facelift Diablo SV would be a nice way to compliment the Diablo GT we already have. And I'd totally want the Diablo GT-1 as another Gr.3 car - of course, alongside the more contemporary Huracan GT3 Evo 2. For a Gr.1 car, I would've said the Countach QVX from the Group C era, but now that we're seeing the state-of-the-art SC63, I'd much prefer that machine.

EDIT: I also would like a Miura that comes in more than just one color - perhaps the Miura SV?
 
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I'd love to see Mid-Ohio as an added track. It's in Forza 8 and iRacing, and is very underrated IMO. They race (or have raced) Indy, LeMans, MotoGP, NASCAR (not the top level NASCAR but the next one down), IMSA, and many more there over the years. In a previous life, I even spent some time on it. The elevation changes in the latter half of the layout are very fun.
I’ve always thought Mid-Ohio, CTMP, and Lime Rock would be good IMSA tracks for Gran Turismo. Could have fun with Miata’s, GT4, and GT3 cars on all of those tracks.

Of course other IMSA tracks would be welcome too. Sebring, VIR, and Road America would be fun tracks to have in this game. Very fitting tracks for Gr3 cars.
 
And I'd totally want the Diablo GT-1 as another Gr.3 car - of course, alongside the more contemporary Huracan GT3 Evo 2.
Honestly I would go post a "then and now" for Gr.3 cars, but due to car list limit I might post it in the race car roster list instead.
 
Honestly I would go post a "then and now" for Gr.3 cars, but due to car list limit I might post it in the race car roster list instead.
Speaking on the topic of your avatar, I think the Audi R8 LMS Ultra '12 should also be added, if only to be a companion to the BMW Z4 GT3 and Mercedes-AMG SLS AMG GT3, not to mention other GT3 cars of the early 2010s like the older version of the Nissan GT-R GT3.
 
Another circuit I would like to see come to the franchise is Donington Park, with its two layouts.

Grand Prix Circuit: 2.49M / 4.02KM
National Circuit: 1.98M / 3.186KM

Donington held one Grand Prix back in 1993 with Ayrton Senna winning by over a minute to Damon Hill in a rain affected race.
A fast, thrilling circuit that just flows really well.

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Speaking on the topic of your avatar, I think the Audi R8 LMS Ultra '12 should also be added, if only to be a companion to the BMW Z4 GT3 and Mercedes-AMG SLS AMG GT3, not to mention other GT3 cars of the early 2010s like the older version of the Nissan GT-R GT3.
That is what I've exactly fought for!
 
Anyone else suggested AMC cars yet? Because they had some very cool models. The company itself also has an interesting history.
 
There are links to other AMC vehicles here.

 
My various Ford picks:

Escort RS Cosworth
Mustang (3rd-gen) SVO
Mustang (4th-gen) SVT Cobra R
Mustang (5th-gen) Boss 302
Mustang (7th-gen) Dark Horse
Mustang (7th-gen) GTD
Mustang (7th-gen) GT4
Mustang (7th-gen) GT3
Thunderbird (1st-gen)

Plus I'd add a couple models originally made for the Australian market, like the classic Falcon that was the basis for the car used in Mad Max, plus a couple relatively newer models, like the FPV Typhoon.

I'm also unsure if we'll get an actual GT4-spec Mustang, but if not, I'd be down for a made-for-game "Gr.4" version like we see for the majority of brands.

Speaking of which, I think more Gr.4/Gr.3 cars should be the focus over other race car categories, since those two seem to be the focus of the Manufacturers Cup. Don't get me wrong, I totally want to see the 2024 GT500 trio, the DTM cars from Aston Martin/BMW/Mercedes-AMG, plus various LMDh/LMH cars to come to GT, as well as maybe a few classic LMP900/LMP1 cars like the Audi R8 that gave the road car its name, or the BMW V12 LMR. But I think there needs to be a way for Gr.2, Gr.1, and maybe even Gr.B to be integrated into the Manufacturers Cup, or at least something like it, as you'll notice that every time there's a Gr.1 race at Le Mans, everyone just opts for the classic Group C racers. Although I still think those cars belong in Gr.1, I think this over-centralization - similar to a race when everyone picked the TS020 for Le Mans, despite it being open to all Gr.2 machines - could definitely be addressed if it were part of the Manufacturers Cup, where I feel like there's a notably wider variety in the field. I also wonder if adding multi-class racing would help, too, but I don't think that'll be integrated until the next installment, where we are likelier to also have larger fields overall. Of course, you could still feature them in Online Time Trials, or in new rounds of World Circuits events, but otherwise, I'd like to see much more field diversity in various Sport Mode Daily Races and championship rounds.

Personally, for the time being, I'd prioritize updating the Gr.3/Gr.4 entries for the brands that have the oldest entries, or at least those that can be updated. (Sorry Mitsubishi/Citroen/Dodge!) Ferrari and Hyundai especially come to mind, with the 296 GT3 being perfect for the former at least. I'd also be absolutely down for even more brands to join the Manufacturers Cup, just we've most recently seen with Genesis and Suzuki. Maserati honestly seems like one of the most obvious picks, since it has a very rich motorsport history that continues even to this day. I could see the MC20 GT2 being put into Gr.3, and then for a Gr.4 car, they could add a made-for-game GranTurismo Gr.4 based on the newer model.

I also would not discount older race cars, especially for brands like the aforementioned Mitsubishi and Dodge. The GT300-spec FTO from the turn of the millennium could become another Gr.4 entry for the former, while the latter could get an additional Gr.3 car in the form of the iconic Viper GTS-R Team Oreca. (I also don't know if I mentioned this already, but I think the GT300-spec Lexus LC500h from the 2021 Super GT season would be a wonderful way to update its Gr.3 offering.)
 
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I think the pre-facelift Diablo SV would be a nice way to compliment the Diablo GT we already have. And I'd totally want the Diablo GT-1 as another Gr.3 car - of course, alongside the more contemporary Huracan GT3 Evo 2. For a Gr.1 car, I would've said the Countach QVX from the Group C era, but now that we're seeing the state-of-the-art SC63, I'd much prefer that machine.

EDIT: I also would like a Miura that comes in more than just one color - perhaps the Miura SV?
All of these, plus the original Murcielago from at least 2001 with the gated shifter, to accompany the LP 640 that's already in the game.
 
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Another circuit I would like to see come to the franchise is Donington Park, with its two layouts.

Grand Prix Circuit: 2.49M / 4.02KM
National Circuit: 1.98M / 3.186KM

Donington held one Grand Prix back in 1993 with Ayrton Senna winning by over a minute to Damon Hill in a rain affected race.
A fast, thrilling circuit that just flows really well.

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Love this track, in games (ACC & Project Cars) and spectating (British GT).
The Aerial view doesn't do it justice, the elevation changes, down the Craner Curves and back up after the old Hairpin to Coppice are fantastic.
Driven an M4 on it too, brilliant experiance!
 
All of these, plus the original Murcielago from at least 2001 with the gated shifter, to accompany the LP 640 that's already in the game.
Ah, but now I'm wondering which Murcielago should supplement the one we already have? The older model you're mentioning, or the SV that appeared in the PS3 era?

I also really do wonder if/when that Espada will come to the game that supposedly got scanned.

EDIT: Here's something different for a change: a VGT wishlist, because why not?

Pininfarina VGT
Jaguar VGT SV Hybrid (Gr.1)
Genesis X Gran Berlinetta VGT (Gr.1)
Citizen Eco-Drive VGT
Bertone VGT
Dallara VGT
Dior VGT
Hyundai N2035 VGT (Gr.1)
Alfa Romeo VGT (Gr.1)
Abarth Assetto Corse VGT (Gr.4, or maybe even Gr.3)
 
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Track : I wish they would add either the Pikes Peak or Ascari Race Resort.

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Cars : 1992 Bugatti EB110 GT
1995 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.6
2014 McLaren P1
2018 Porsche 911 GT2
2019 McLaren Senna
1979 BMW M1
2024 Nissan GT-R Nismo
1990 Jaguar XJR15
1998 BMW M5
1964 Lamborghini 350 GT

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Ah, but now I'm wondering which Murcielago should supplement the one we already have? The older model you're mentioning, or the SV that appeared in the PS3 era?
The older model 6.2 model with the gated manual for sure. The SV can follow much later down the line. Mostly because it was the most desirable and most timeless version of the Murcielago and that its later and faster derivatives can't even come close.
 
Super Formula is this weekend… at Sportsland Sugo. It’d be so lovely if that were in the next update.
 
I don't know if any of these circuits will appear in GT7 considering where it is in its lifecycle right now, but it would be pretty neat if they did, or if they eventually appeared in GT8:

  • Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit (South Africa)
  • Sydney Motorsport Park (Australia)
  • Sandown International Raceway (Australia)
  • Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit (Australia)
  • Hidden Valley Raceway (Australia, near Darwin)
  • The Norisring (street circuit in Nuremberg, Germany, used by DTM)
  • Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg (Germany)
  • Autodromo Vallelunga (Italy)
  • Circuit Zandvoort (Netherlands)
  • Donington Park (UK)
  • Mantorp Park (Sweden)

I swear I'm not Australian, I just remember most of these from playing TOCA Race Driver 2. I think having more Australian tracks, or even South Africa's Kyalami, would add great variety.

Please could we have the audi rs line and the vxr line for Vauxhall
I'd kill for the Vauxhall VX220/Opel Speedster.
 
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I don't know if any of these circuits will appear in GT7 considering where it is in its lifecycle right now, but it would be pretty neat if they did:

Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit (in South Africa)
Sydney Motorsport Park
Hidden Valley Raceway (near Darwin, Australia)
Autodromo Vallelunga
Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg


I'd kill for the Vauxhall VX220/Opel Speedster.
Which version of Kyalami? The classic track with the big main straight, or the current, tighter version?
 
Which version of Kyalami? The classic track with the big main straight, or the current, tighter version?
I'd say the current version, since every other track in GT7 seems to use the most current versions.
 
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