What all new cars do you want to see in GT7?

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kacivola
This is my favorite micro machines 2-5.jpg 1957 Fuji Cabin. Single-cylinder (two-stroke) 122cc 5.5hp Mazda-r360-coupe01.jpg 1960 Mazda R360. Twin-cylinder (four-stroke) 356cc 11hp
 
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Alfa Romeo 16C Bimotore 1935
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Audi RS6 Avant 2021
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Autech Stelvio Zagato '90
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Chevrolet CERV II 1964
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De Tomaso Vallelunga 1968
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Ferrari 365P Berlinetta Speciale Tre Posti 1966

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Ferrari Monza SP1 2020
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Howmet TX 1968 (Gas Turbine noise please)
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Jensen Interceptor 1970
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Maserati Ghibli 1967
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Nissan GT-R50 Italdesign 2020
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Tatra T87 1936
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Toyota MR2 VM180 Zagato 2001
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I'm sure I'll be back with more sometime.
 
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Simply, all the racecars of the last ten years that have had BlancPain, WEC and IMSA, that is, all cars GT1, GT2 (GTE) and GT3 cars, besides prototypes.
  • Ferrari 488 GTE Evo
  • Ferrari 458 Italia GT2
  • Aston Martin Vantage AMR GTE
  • BMW M8 GTE
  • Chevrolet Corvette C8.R
  • Evora GTE
  • Porsche 935 GT2
  • Porsche GT2 RS Clubsport 25

  • Bentley Continental GT3
  • Porsche 911 GT3 R
  • Mclaren 720S GT3
  • Acura NSX GT3
  • Lamborghini Huracán GT3

  • Mercedes Project ONE Race Car
  • Porsche 918 Spyder Race Car
  • McLaren Senna GTR (Race Car)
  • McLaren P1 GTR (Race Car)
  • Aston Martin Valkyrie Race Car
  • Ferrari LaFerrari Race Car


The new Ford GT GTE is already confirmed, as per the latest trailer.

Especially the FIA GT championship cars from the first decade of the 2004-2013 century, such as:

  • Ferrari F430 GTC
  • Ferrari 550 Maranello GT1
  • Gillet Vertigo Streiff
  • Saleen S7-R
  • Porsche 996 GT3-RSR
  • Maserati MC12 GT1
  • Ford GT GT1 Matech
  • Corvette C6-R GT1
  • Mosler MT900
  • Lamborghini Murcielago R-GT

The Aston Martim DBR9 GT1 was added to the GT Sport two years ago. I hope your teammates are too.

And also the FIA GT race cars from the late 90's, such as:

  • Lotus Elise GT1
  • Porsche 911 GT1-96
  • Porsche 911 GT1-98
  • Panoz GTR-1 Ford
  • McLaren F1 GTR BMW Longtail 98
  • Ferrari F50 GT 96
  • Lamborghini Diablo GT1 Stradale (NOMAD)
  • Nissan R390 GT1
  • Toyota GT One

  • Dodge Viper GTS-R Concept
  • Dodge Viper GTS-R '00
  • Ferrari 550 Millennio GT
  • Porsche 911 GT2
  • ListerStorm V12
  • Lamborghini Diablo GT
  • Marcos LM600

CLK-GTR has already appeared in the clip.



I don't think it's asking too much
 
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Italy
Skoda Sport "49"
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The car is based on the Skoda 1101 "Tudor", which was introduced in 1946. The body was made by hand from sheet aluminum. The water-cooled, top-controlledFour-cylinder four-stroke in-line engine with one or two compressors had a displacement of 1089 cm³ or 1221 cm³ and an output of 37-66 kW (50-90 hp) in naturally aspirated mode and 48-132 kW (65-180 hp) in compressor mode. He accelerated the 655–715 kg vehicle up to 140–180 km / h (in suction mode). The drive power was passed on to the rear wheels via the gearbox flanged to the engine block and a cardan shaft. The front and rear forked skeleton frame of the car consisted of welded steel U-profiles and had a central tube. In the LeMans race in 1949, the drivers Václav Bobek and Jaroslav Netušil were initially able to keep up. The racing fuel used at the time was a mixture of gasoline, ethanol and acetone. This gave the Skoda Sport a top speed of 140 km / h. They achieved an average speed of 126 km / h. In the 13th hour, however, they had to give up due to a defect. It is difficult to have Skoda on GT7 but you know dreaming is not forbidden 😄
 
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Ridley-X4
I think someone may've already said this - maybe even me - but I'd love to see more cars that are put out from the coachbuilders. Not as contractors, but as their own brand. Here were some examples: the Italdesign Zerouno, the Pininfarina Battista, and the Zagato IsoRivolta GTZ. I'd similarly be interested in cars that would be listed as being from various tuners, like that Autech Stelvio Zagato someone posted up there, or the Sard MC8.

We could even do a lot with in-house tuners, like Mugen, the older TRD, and Nismo. Respective examples could include the Mugen S2000, the TRD 3000GT, and the Nismo 400R. Though that's more so about cars from prior GT games returning in premium trim...
 
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cristobal458
It would have been cool to have those cars during the GT5/PS3 era. Too bad is it unlickely to see them because Gran Turismo 5, PlayStation 3 and GT Academy are no longer relevant. 2010 would have been the perfect time to add both cars.

Nissan 350Z GT4 RJN Motorsport '09 (Gr.4)

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Nissan 370Z GT4 RJN Motorsport '10 (Gr.4)

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That T10/Forza deal, really messed up any opportunity to get the Car Of The Future V8 Supercars into Gran Turismo.
However, I do remember(I think ;) ) Ian Bell saying they(Slightly Mad Studios) could only get the one 2013 Falcon V8SC, because Supercars wanted them to buy the complete licensing(cars and circuits). V8SC we’re asking for too much money(I guess relative to the size of SMS).

Really sad after 25 years, only a handful of Australian cars in the franchise. Honestly, if it weren’t for SpeedVision(broadcasting races in the late 1990s) and Codemasters(V8 Supercars games), much of the world wouldn’t know about V8 Supercars. Same as when PD introduced all the cool JDMs in GT. My take, anyway.
 
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Some V8 Supercars for GT7.

Holden Commodore ZB Triple Eight Race Engineering '21 (Gr.X)

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Ford Mustang GT Trickford Racing '21 (Gr.X)

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Ford Mustang GT Dick Johnson Racing '21 (Gr.X)

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Holden Commodore ZB Walkinshaw Andretti United '21 (Gr.X)

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Holden Commodore ZB Team 18 '21 (Gr.X)

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Ford Mustang GT Kelly Groove Racing '21 (Gr.X)

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Nissan Altima L33 Nissan Motorsports '15 (Gr.X)

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Holden VX Commodore Holden Racing Team '02 (Gr.X)

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Ford Falcon XR8 Glenn Seton Racing '00 (Gr.X)

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Holden VB Commodore Marlboro Holden Dealer Team '80 (Gr.X)

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ScottPye20

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Some V8 Supercars for GT7.

Holden Commodore ZB Triple Eight Race Engineering '21 (Gr.X)

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Ford Mustang GT Tickford Racing '21 (Gr.X)

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Ford Mustang GT Dick Johnson Racing '21 (Gr.X)

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Holden Commodore ZB Walkinshaw Andretti United '21 (Gr.X)

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Holden Commodore ZB Team 18 '21 (Gr.X)

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Ford Mustang GT Kelly Groove Racing '21 (Gr.X)

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Nissan Altima L33 Nissan Motorsports '15 (Gr.X)

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Holden VX Commodore Holden Racing Team '02 (Gr.X)

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Ford Falcon XR8 Glenn Seton Racing '00 (Gr.X)

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Holden VB Commodore Marlboro Holden Dealer Team '80 (Gr.X)

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We'll only need 1 Mustang and 1 ZB Commodore.
 
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A collection of standard vehicles from previous Gran Turismo's that would be great in GT7.
Chaparral 2J, 1970
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Daihatsu Midget II D-Type, 1998
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DMC DeLorean S2, 2004
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Honda CR-X Ballade Sports 1.5i, 1983
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Honda Life Step Van, 1972

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Mazda Furai, 2008
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Renault Avantime, 2002
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Spyker C8 Laviolette, 2001

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Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak Special, 1998
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Some V8 Supercars for GT7.

Holden Commodore ZB Triple Eight Race Engineering '21 (Gr.X)

AQxzXp3.jpg


Ford Mustang GT Trickford Racing '21 (Gr.X)

kjd36sk.jpg


Ford Mustang GT Dick Johnson Racing '21 (Gr.X)

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Holden Commodore ZB Walkinshaw Andretti United '21 (Gr.X)

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Holden Commodore ZB Team 18 '21 (Gr.X)

AA31CKA.jpg


Ford Mustang GT Kelly Groove Racing '21 (Gr.X)

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Nissan Altima L33 Nissan Motorsports '15 (Gr.X)

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Holden VX Commodore Holden Racing Team '02 (Gr.X)

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Ford Falcon XR8 Glenn Seton Racing '00 (Gr.X)

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Holden VB Commodore Marlboro Holden Dealer Team '80 (Gr.X)

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I know some people may find it unnecessary to have multiple liveries of the same cars, but personally I think it's good because it provides more variety of cars during offline racing. Even Gran Turismo has been doing this since GT4. Sadly, this practice has been disappearing in GT Sport, but it is still present in cars like the BMW M6 GT3 Walkenhorst Motorsport '16 and BMW M6 GT3 M Power Livery '16.

Another reason to have multiple actual liveries of the same cars is because it would be more exciting for fans of those series to see their favorite teams featured in Gran Turismo. For example, as a WEC fan, I would be very happy to see teams like United Autosports, JOTA, Team WRT, Dragonspeed, AF Corse and TF Sport in GT7 with oficially licensed liveries

Although if I had to choose a specific livery for the Holden Commodore and Ford Mustang, I would choose Triple Eight Race Engineering and Dick Johnson Racing for being the two most successful teams in recent years.
 
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I know some people may find it unnecessary to have multiple liveries of the same cars, but personally I think it's good because it provides more variety of cars during offline racing. Even Gran Turismo has been doing this since GT4. Sadly, this practice has been disappearing in GT Sport, but it is still present in cars like the BMW M6 GT3 Walkenhorst Motorsport '16 and BMW M6 GT3 M Power Livery '16.

Another reason to have multiple actual liveries of the same cars is because it would be more exciting for fans of those series to see their favorite teams featured in Gran Turismo. For example, as a WEC fan, I would be very happy to see teams like United Autosports, JOTA, Team WRT, Dragonspeed, AF Corse and TF Sport in GT7 with oficially licensed liveries

Although if I had to choose a specific livery for the Holden Commodore and Ford Mustang, I would choose Triple Eight Race Engineering and Dick Johnson Racing for being the two most successful teams in recent years.
True, like Super GT race isn't about dozens of Castrol Tom's Supras going at each other, neither does NASCAR is about the grid being full of #48 Jimmie Johnson Lowe's Chevrolet cars. I'd prefer if the cars have multiple liveries provided rather than 1 livery car, but yeah there'd be a better way to implement that, but before it's presumed to be harder due to race car sponsors wanting to get into spotlight or something, but GT7 seems to do this with at least the Super GT cars (or I hope, not all the Super GT cars are on the same year previously though, like ESSO Supra is '01, etc.), look at the names of them now:
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Hoping to see that it goes the same to for example GT-R Super GT (as it appeared on GTS), with the car being named "GT-R GT500 '08" with "Xanavi Nismo/Motul Autech/Yellowhat YMS Tomica/Calsonic Impul/Woodone Advan Clarion Livery" as color selections.
 

ScottPye20

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A collection of standard vehicles from previous Gran Turismo's that would be great in GT7.
Chaparral 2J, 1970
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Daihatsu Midget II D-Type, 1998
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DMC DeLorean S2, 2004
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Honda CR-X Ballade Sports 1.5i, 1983
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Honda Life Step Van, 1972

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Mazda Furai, 2008
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Renault Avantime, 2002
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Spyker C8 Laviolette, 2001

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Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak Special, 1998
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We're talking about cars that haven't been seen in a GT game before. This thread would be better for you: https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/thre...-deserve-the-premium-treatment-in-gt7.400194/
 
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Ford Mustang GT Trickford Racing '21 (Gr.X)

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Ford Mustang GT Kelly Groove Racing '21 (Gr.X)

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I fully agree with what others have said regarding liveries not being separate cars. Slightly off-topic, but as far as typos go, these ones are 10 out of 10 - Trickford and Groove instead of Tickford and Grove :lol:
 
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The Bronx
Knowing we're getting the '69 Mustang, that Javelin would be perfect for another Trans-Am model(Camaro, Challenger, Mustang, Javelin).
Just need the BMW 2002(the turbo will do), ALFA GTV and Bluebird(510). ;)
 
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