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

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Continuing my trend of wanting more 80s/90s sports cars in GT, here's another set of cars I'd be excited to see.

When IMSA came up with the GTS/GTS-1 formula in 1992 (Grand Touring Supreme, silhouette cars with template bodies, but constructed as lightweight carbon-fiber tub cars a la the GTP prototypes - as fast in a straight line as a GTP car, faster around most courses than the Camel Lights prototypes) there were a few prominent factory entries. The Cunningham Nissan 300ZXs, the Jack Roush Ford Mustangs, and the Rocketsports Racing Oldsmobile Cutlass Supremes:


As built by Rocketsports, these three cars had small-block V8s ranging from 6 to 6.5 liters displacement. They were driven during the 1992 and 1993 seasons by team principal Paul Gentilozzi, as well as Darin Brassfield, Scott Pruett, and Irv Hoerr, among others. I don't remember Rocketsports winning any endurance races with these cars, but they won plenty of the sprints.

At the end of the 1993 season, Gentilozzi was to go drive Nissans, so he sold the operation to Harry Brix/Brix Racing, a Camel Lights team. The plan with Brix was to continue on as the factory Olds team in IMSA, eventually running the new Aurora GTS-1 body that was in the works, but that wouldn't debut until 1996. But, the Northstar-based 4-liter twincam V8 the Aurora was supposed to run WAS ready by '95, so Brix dropped it in the Cutlass, and took the re-liveried Oldsmobiles racing.


The result of the Rocketsports chassis, Aurora V8, and Brix team management was a bunch of wins and the IMSA GTS-1 championship for Irv Hoerr in 1995. Irv did well in 1994 too, but finished third in the points behind Nisan drivers Johnny O'Connell and Steve Millen.

By 1996, the Aurora body was ready and was immediately plopped onto the former Cutlass chassis. IMO, one of the prettiest cars ever to run in a GT series.


The Aurora program was just as successful as the Cutlass, with several sprint race class wins, a class win at the 1996 24 Hours of Daytona (driven by the father/son team of Charles and Rob Morgan, as well as Joe Pezza, Irv Hoerr, and Jon Gooding) and a second IMSA GTS championship for Irv Hoerr. A Riley and Scott prototype running the same V8 as the Aurora would also take the overall win at Daytona that year.

From the late 1980s until the late 1990s, the Cutlass Supreme body was a stalwart American racing, seeing duty in NASCAR, Trans-Am, and IMSA competition, winning races and championships everywhere it went. The Brix efforts with the Cutlass and Aurora represented the last moments of motorsports glory for a storied marque before GM shuttered them, and I'd be thrilled to see them immortalized in a game like Gran Turismo.
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The soul of gt isn't about the New cars..
Is about the old and the every day cars and the silly super hyper cars..
That you can drive it and tune it to race ..
The gt has lost his identity..
We are petrolheads because of gt..


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The soul of gt isn't about the New cars..
Is about the old and the every day cars and the silly super hyper cars..

And this thread isn't about "new" cars either. It's about cars new to the Gran Turismo series, like it says in the very first post:
What all new cars do you want to see in GT7? (All new meaning never seen before in the franchise)
That could be a car from this year (or next) or a car from 1904. But it couldn't be the first-generation Opel Tigra, because that was in GT2.

As for the "soul of gt" being about "old" and "silly super hyper cars", the very first game must have missed out on that soul by a wide margin. There were no hypercars (silly, super, or otherwise) and the rest of the car list was almost exclusively vehicles under ten years old at the time (and mostly under four years old).
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BMW e36 M3, I for a while had this as my favorite M3 generation. and I just want to complete the collection of M3 Coupes finally for GT. We had the e30, e46, and e92 in GT Sport. Time to complete it (not counting the new M3/M4 twins).

BMW M8 Coupe

Also, I would love to see the e31 850CSI come to GT. We had the 840ci in the past, but I think we should get the V12 version this time.

BMW M5 CS (F90) and every other M5 generation.

BMW M1 and the Pro Car version of course.

Other BMWs I would like. I won't be crying if they don't make it though. I'm happy already knowing the 3.0CSL (and possibly the racing version aswell) coming to GT7.
1. M635csi (e24)
2. M6 (e63)
3. M6 (f13), the GT3 version is in GT7, why not the road car?
4. M8 GTE
5. M4 (g82) & M4 GT3. Despite their beaver teeth grills, I still want the drive them.
6. 1M Coupe and M2 Coupe
7. Z4 sdrive35is (e89)
8. Z1
9. M135i (f21)

F355 F1 Berlinetta

Ferrari 575M Maranello or the 550.

The new J50 eventually. Since it's apparently a Japan-only model, it felt like a proper fit for GT.

I know the F8 Tributo is coming to GT7, but I still would love to have one of the 488s aswell, preferrably the Pista.

I already posted enough pictures here, so I'll just list the other Ferraris I want in GT7. Whether it's at launch of dlc, I don't mind waiting.
1. F50 GT
2. F40 Competizione
3. F355 Challenge
4. 360 Challenge Stradale or Modena, maybe both if I'm lucky.
5. 360 GTC Race Car
6. 575 GTS Race Car
7. F430 GT2
8. 365 GTB/4 Competizione
9. SF90 Stradale
10. 456GT
11. 612 Scaglietti

EDIT: Realistically, I probably see around 2, maybe 3 cars from either make in GT7 at launch. Maybe more would be in DLC, assuming PD is able to replicate the pace they had in GT Sport's 1st year of DLC.
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Chevrolet Corvette C7 ZR-1

& Z06

Chevrolet Corvette C8 Stingray Z51

& C8.R

1969 Chevrolet Impala SS

1996 Chevrolet Impala SS

Other Chevrolet Models:
  • 1959 Impala
  • 1965 Impala SS
  • 1955 Bel-Air
  • 1956 Bel-Air Nomad
  • 1957 Bel-Air
  • 1993 C/K 1500 454 SS
  • 2005 Silverado SS
  • 2021 Silverado 1500 RST
  • 1998 S10 SS
  • 1968 Chevelle SS
  • 1970 El Camino SS 454
  • 1978 El Camino SS
  • 1970 Monte Carlo SS 454
  • 1987 Monte Carlo SS
  • 2006 Monte Carlo SS
  • 1998 Cavalier Z24
  • 2006 Cobalt SS Supercharged
  • Cruze BTCC

2021 Audi RS6 Avant

2021 Audi RS7 Sportback

2021 Audi R8 Evo V10 Plus

1992 Audi RS2 Avant

Other Audis:
- 1984 Sport Quattro
- 2011 A1 Clubsport Quattro
- 2015 S1
- 1994 S4
- 2016 RS4 Avant
- 2021 RS4 Avant
- 2016 RS6 Avant
- 2016 RS7 Sportback
- 2008 S8
- 2014 S8
- 2021 S8
- 2010 TT RS Coupe
- 2020 TT RS Coupe
- 2012 R8 GT
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My top Ferrari picks - especially as of the most recent reveal that the F8 and F12 are likely coming to GT7 - would be as follows, as far as cars that would be new to GT go:

1. Sergio
2. Testarossa
3. SF90

And here are my preferred returning models:

1. SP1
2. 599
3. F430 Scuderia

Finally, here are my ideal Ferrari race car additions:

1. (Unnamed 2023 LMH machine)
2. 488 GTE
3. F40 LM
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Oh yeah, I forgot about the 488 GTE and GT3 Evo. GT7 if anything really should have those if Polyphony is serious about continuing Sport mode. Which would probably be dumb if they stopped now.

Anyway, my various new-to-series cars I want from Lamborghini.

Disclaimer, I should note that I don't expect any of the cars I list to be in GT7, not even as dlc. I just like making lists for fun.

Huracan GT3 Evo really is a must, because they added a R8 GT3 Evo.

Huracan Evo

I just miss seeing this car in racing games so much, the 2001 Diablo 6.0 VT.

and of course the Diablo SV

Other models:
- Miura SV
- Miura Concept 2006
- Diablo VT 1995
- Murcielago 2004
- Aventador S
- Aventador SVJ
- Sesto Elemento
- Gallardo 2005
- Gallardo Superleggera 2007
- Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera 2011
- Huracan Performante 2019
- Huracan STO 2021
- Huracan ST Evo
- Sian
- Centenario

From Ford:

1969 Torino Talladega

2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

1992 Sierra Sapphire RS Cosworth

2017 Focus Mk.3 RS

Other cars listed:
- 1932 3-Window Coupe
- 1940 DeLuxe Coupe
- 1955 Thunderbird
- 1987 Thunderbird Turbo Coupe
- 1993 Thunderbird Super Coupe
- 1989 Taurus SHO
- 2010 Taurus SHO
- 1965 Mustang GT Coupe
- 1968 Mustang GT 428 CJ
- 1970 Mustang Boss 302
- 1978 Mustang II King Cobra
- 1985 Mustang SVO
- 1985 Mustang GT 5.0
- 1987 Mustang LX 5.0
- 1993 Mustang SVT Cobra
- 1995 Mustang SVT Cobra R
- 2003 Mustang Mach 1
- 2003 Mustang SVT Cobra
- 2007 Shelby GT500
- 2013 Mustang GT 5.0
- 2021 Mustang Mach 1
- 1966 Fairlane GTA
- 1970 Torino Cobra
- 1972 Gran Torino Sport
- 1975 Gran Torino Sport
- 1964 Galaxie 500XL
- 2018 F150 SVT Raptor
- 2020 Ranger Raptor
- 1980 Fiesta XR2 Mk.1
- 1983 Fiesta XR2 Mk.2
- 1991 Fiesta XR2i Mk.3
- 2001 Fiesta Zetec S Mk.4
- 2005 Fiesta ST Mk.5
- 2015 Fiesta ST Mk.6
- 2021 Fiesta ST Mk.7
- 1999 Puma Racing
- 1965 Lotus Cortina Mk.1
- 1969 Lotus Cortina Mk.2
- 1987 Sierra RS500 Cosworth
- 1972 Escort RS2000 Mk.1
- 1979 Escort RS2000 Mk.2
- 1985 Escort RS Turbo Mk.3
- 1994 Escort RS Cosworth
- 2008 Focus RS Mk.2
- 2020 Focus ST Mk.4
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My Lamborghini picks:

1. Miura SV (So that we can have a much more affordable version of the Miura, haha!)
2. Diablo SV (pre-facelift)
3. Asterion Concept

My Chevrolet picks:

1. Corvette C8
2. Corvette C8.R (Or the new GT3 version that's being developed.)
3. Cobalt SS

My Porsche picks:

1. 959
2. Cayman GT4 RS (Honestly, almost any variety of Cayman would be good.)
3. (Un-named 2023 LMDh car)

My Ford picks:

1. Focus RS (At least, the most recent one.)
2. Mustang Mach E
3. Mustang Mk.IV (Post-facelift.)

My Dodge picks:

1. Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye (I picked this trim so that it's too similar to the Charger SRT Hellcat we already have.)
2. RAM Rebel (So that the Toyota Tundra TRD Pro and Ford F-150 SVT Raptor have competition.)
3. Dart (The newest one, because why not?)

My BMW picks:

1. M8 (The newest one.)
2. 1M
3. M4 DTM (Hopefully licensing issues for DTM cars won't be a concern.)
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Cars from Porsche I still want in GT7, but haven't been confirmed. This post will be Porsche madness.

2014 918 Spyder - God how I hope it's hiding somewhere for a reveal.

1980 Porsche 935 K3/80

1989 Porsche 959 - Also hoping this is going to be revealed. The F40 should have its rival.

2022 911 GT3 (992) - more likely as DLC

1971 911 S 2.4L (901)
1973 911 Carrera RS (901)
1987 911 Turbo Slantnose (930)
1995 911 GT2 (993)
1996 911 Turbo (993)
1996 911 GT2 Evo. (993)
1999 911 Carrera S (996)
1998 911 GT1-98 Race Car (996)
2002 911 Turbo (996.2)
2004 911 GT3 RS (996.2)
2004 911 GT2 (996.2)
2004 911 GT3-RSR (996.2)
2010 911 Carrera GTS (997.2)
2010 911 GT3 RS (997.2)
2010 911 Turbo S (997.2)
2012 911 GT2 RS (997.2)
2012 911 GT3 RSR (997.2)
2016 911 Turbo S (991.1)
2018 911 GT2 RS (991.2)
2004 Boxster S (986)
2010 Boxster S (987)
2010 Boxster Spyder (987)
2015 Boxster Spyder (981)
2020 718 Boxster GTS 4.0 (982)
2021 718 Boxster Spyder (982)
2011 Cayman R (987)
2016 Cayman GTS (981)
2016 Cayman GT4 (981)
2020 718 Cayman GTS (982)
2021 718 Cayman GT4 (982)
2021 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport (982)
1981 924 Carrera GTS
1987 944 Turbo S
1986 928 S
1994 928 GTS
1992 968 Clubsport
1994 968 Turbo S
1971 917LH
1978 936/78
1998 LMP1-98

Porsche-like cars not badged as Porsches (mostly ruf):

2020 Ruf CTR Yellowbird

2015 CTR3 Clubsport, the one in GT Sport is an older variant with the 997 Porsche 911 front-end. This is based on the 991.

1994 Dauer 962 LeMans

Schuppan 962 CR

1994 Dauer 962 GT Race Car
1987 Gemballa-Ruf Avalanche (930)
2005 Gemballa Mirage GT
2022 Gemballa Marsien
1987 Ruf BTR Slantnose
2004 Ruf RGT RS
2004 Ruf R-Turbo
2008 Ruf RT-12
2008 Ruf RGT
2011 Ruf RT-12 R
2012 Ruf RT-35
2020 Ruf SCR
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Having a look at earlier posts. When you look down to around Kaz’ belly, there are a couple cars we’ve yet to see in the franchise. If this is their old storage, they’ve got the models and I wonder if they’ve ever got around to building them for future games. Also some others(BTCC Volvo estate, Nissan R381).