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

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Lamborghini Murcielago '01 (N600)

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Maserati MC12 '04 (N600)

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Porsche 959 '87
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Bugatti EB110 Super Sport '92 (N600)
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Koenigsegg CC8S '02 (N700)
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Mercedes Benz CLK GTR Straßenversion '98 (N600)
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McLaren F1 GT '97 (N600)
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Lamborghini Diablo Super Veloce '97 (N500)
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Koenigsegg CCX '06 (N800)
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Pagani Zonda F '05 (N600)
Why are you using the N-class here? It's shown already where using only horsepower really takes a good chunk of what's in the car (I've been already skeptical from the very beginning) like here, the F1 GTR should be leagues above many others here (and the road version too for GT5-GT6).
 

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Lamborghini Murcielago '01 (N600)

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Maserati MC12 '04 (N600)

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Porsche 959 '87
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Bugatti EB110 Super Sport '92 (N600)
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Koenigsegg CC8S '02 (N700)
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Mercedes Benz CLK GTR Straßenversion '98 (N600)
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McLaren F1 GT '97 (N600)
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Lamborghini Diablo Super Veloce '97 (N500)
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Koenigsegg CCX '06 (N800)
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Pagani Zonda F '05 (N600)
These cars should've appeared in GT years ago. It's a shame that we're still wishing for them.
 
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Think the sp somethin,something is not even in production,or I want to see all spec's from the manufacturer if it exits.We have one Königsegg that is recorded to around 277,9 mph in real life on a real road in the us.It was on jay leno's garage.That's a real buyible car.And Königsegg is from sweden that you can buy.Not the fantasy Sp something that goes over 500-699 km/h on a standard road.No offense to the one who posted it
 
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Think the sp somethin,something is not even in production,or I want to see all spec's from the manufacturer if it exits.We have one Königsegg that is recorded to around 277,9 mph in real life on a real road in the us.It was on jay leno's garage.That's a real buyible car.And Königsegg is from sweden that you can buy.Not the fantasy Sp something that goes over 500-699 km/h on a standard road.No offense to the one who posted it
You're talking about the SRT Tomahawk X. Well anyways, here you go:

It's spelled "Koenigsegg", by the way, not "Königsegg".
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Koenigsegg Agera RS CN.143 '17 (N1000)

The specific Agera RS that broke the speed record is said to be chassis number 143, hence the "CN.143" moniker. This particular model has the same engine as the One:1.

Still the fastest car in the world today, and the SSC Tuatara doesn't count (as it isn't homologated for road use just yet, not to mention the speed record fiascos surrounding it). This car even broke a speed record held on public roads, originally set by Mercedes before World War II, not to mention the 0-400-0 record. If Koenigsegg were to (finally) be featured in Gran Turismo, this would likely be the strongest candidate of which car Polyphony should add to GT7, given its historical importance.

Considering the Agera is discontinued, despite this being a recent car, I could imagine this being sold in Brighton Antiques in the game.
 
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Considering the Agera is discontinued, despite this being a recent car, I could imagine this being sold in Brighton Antiques in the game.
I don't think the New Car Dealership will be limited to current production cars, specially when GT7 will most likely only have a dozen of cars that are currently in production.
 
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I don't think the New Car Dealership will be limited to current production cars, specially when GT7 will most likely only have a dozen of cars that are currently in production.
It's actually way more than a dozen
 
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Is it? From what it was revealed so far:
Audi has only the TTS and new R8 LMS, Aston Martin just the DB11, Alpine A110, BAC Mono, BMW i3, Chevrolet Camaro SS and ZL1 1LE maybe, new Ford GT (both road and race car) and Mustang GT350R, new NSX and S660, Lexus LC500, Mazda Roadster S, Porsche Taycan Turbo S, Toyota Supras ('19, '20, GT4 and GT3), Tundra, GR86 and GR Yaris.

So 23 cars. Everything else either received some sort of facelift (like the Huracan) or was replaced entirely.
 
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• Ford Escort 1600 RS
• Ford Escort Sierra Cosworth
• Ford Capri
• Mazda RX3
• Mazda RX4
• 1970s Toyota Celica
• Nissan R30 and R31 Skyline (not new, but new to premium)
• Kenmeri Skyline GTR
• Subaru Legacy GT-B (3rd Gen, my car!)
• 240Z
• 280Z
• Subaru Brat

• Zakspeed Ford Capri (Group 5)
• BMW Group 5
• DTM Audi, BMW, Mercedes, and Aston in the same catagory as Super GT (Gr2)
• Aussie V8 Supercars (Ford, Holden, Nissan, Merc, and Volvo).
 
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Carroll Shelby's 1955 Ferrari 410 Sport Scaglietti, 0598CM 56

Carroll won 4 races in a row, and his first national championship in a which ironically happened to be a Ferrari.

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You're talking about the SRT Tomahawk X. Well anyways, here you go:

It's spelled "Koenigsegg", by the way, not "Königsegg".
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Koenigsegg Agera RS CN.143 '17 (N1000)

The specific Agera RS that broke the speed record is said to be chassis number 143, hence the "CN.143" moniker. This particular model has the same engine as the One:1.

Still the fastest car in the world today, and the SSC Tuatara doesn't count (as it isn't homologated for road use just yet, not to mention the speed record fiascos surrounding it). This car even broke a speed record held on public roads, originally set by Mercedes before World War II, not to mention the 0-400-0 record. If Koenigsegg were to (finally) be featured in Gran Turismo, this would likely be the strongest candidate of which car Polyphony should add to GT7, given its historical importance.

Considering the Agera is discontinued, despite this being a recent car, I could imagine this being sold in Brighton Antiques in the game.
I know that but I call it königsegg just because it's made in ängelholm.I'm still a swede and Koenigsegg is a different spell for the outside world of sweden.It's easier that way.They still make a lot of car's and develope new one's as well.They did the first supercar that cleared all emissions in the world.
 
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That new Ferrari Daytona SP3 could be nice. Obviously, it's not going to appear at GT7's launch since it was just revealed recently, but it'd be nice to have in an update. I'd also love to see the Testarossa and the 360.
 
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That new Ferrari Daytona SP3 could be nice. Obviously, it's not going to appear at GT7's launch since it was just revealed recently, but it'd be nice to have in an update. I'd also love to see the Testarossa and the 360.
Yeah, we have haven’t had an up to date Ferrari since the F1 car. Doubt they’ll start now.
 
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I’d say the LaFerrari was relatively new when it came at GT Sport’s launch.
I’d have to check that. 2013, game was to come out 2016 and delayed to 2017. Any new Ferraris come out same year as the MX-5 ND, R35 GT-R ‘17 models and Porsche race cars from 2016? 2013 seem a generation older.
edit: 488 came out in 2015. That’s a bread & butter Ferrari. Should have, could have made it.
edit2: LaFerrari is from 2013-2016. I guess it might be relative to the initial GTS launch of 2016, but four years old is a long time to not update a car for a new game.

There are many brands PD didn’t update(MINI, Aston Martin, Fiat), but PD working with these brands for all These years, at least one car from each manufacturer, should be from the year of game release or the year before game release.
 
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Right up Kaz’ alley. He mentioned he’d have to Have a good think about what Australian cars he’d add to the game. Start with the Leyland brand for obscure cars.

 
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Whether it comes in the base game or as an update DLC, I'd love to see the new TVR Griffith. Having that car is exactly the type of car GT7 needs if it retains the Past, Present, Future philosophy. Of course this is merely my own opinion. Regardless, I think having a newer TVR would show players that TVR isn't some dead outdated brand.

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Right up Kaz’ alley. He mentioned he’d have to Have a good think about what Australian cars he’d add to the game. Start with the Leyland brand for obscure cars.


Who even owns the rights to this vehicle? Leyland has been dead for years and used to be part of BMC which included Rover, Austin and Morris, which in turn was purchased by BMW and subsequently dissolved in the 2000's. I don't know if BMW even cares about the brand but the buck probably stops with them unfortunately. Unless there's another party involved.
 
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Who even owns the rights to this vehicle? Leyland has been dead for years and used to be part of BMC which included Rover, Austin and Morris, which in turn was purchased by BMW and subsequently dissolved in the 2000's. I don't know if BMW even cares about the brand but the buck probably stops with them unfortunately. Unless there's another party involved.
As Mini/MINI continues to exist, Leyland do not and aren’t available in any form like Lotus, TVR, Caterham, etc. It’d be like modelling a Vector or Pontiac Firebird Trans-Am. I have no knowledge of how the licensing works for defunct brands, but I doubt PD would need to contact previous board members of BMC Australia.
 
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As Mini/MINI continues to exist, Leyland do not and aren’t available in any form like Lotus, TVR, Caterham, etc. It’d be like modelling a Vector or Pontiac Firebird Trans-Am. I have no knowledge of how the licensing works for defunct brands, but I doubt PD would need to contact previous board members of BMC Australia.
GM still own the trademarks to Pontiac so that marque is generally a non-issue.