Your Favorite Car in GT6?

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wazza89
At the moment it's the LLC Rocket. I usually find very light cars are difficult to control when you add various piwer upgrades but this little car is awesome and can do everything from about 650pp down.
I also like the Huarya. Very powerful and I found it very forgiving compa
 
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Australia
Australia
Have always liked the Chaparral 2J and in this GT6 iteration,it seems to be even better.
The speed: maxed it out at 455km/h on Route X,blowing away hypercars lol.
The braking: You can brake really really late entering a corner,as I've done a lot of overtaking with this manoeuvre.
The corner exit speed: It just propels itself out of corners with so much traction.
But the 2J's trump card is it's power to weight.
IMO,it's a great all-rounder.👍
 
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RedLine682
I'm enjoying the '65 Shelby GT350. I have a stock version, and I also modded a second one to create an R version as close to the actual specs as possible. The true modded front apron used on the GT350R is an optional body mod in the game, which is awesome. I think the PD team did a nice job of adding some American and European historic cars in GT5 and GT6. I look forward to more in the future!
 
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Netherlands
Netherlands
XBlood-KiIIAX
This bad boy
 

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Oklahome
transpaqua
McLaren F1 GTR Race Car Base Model '95: This thing is unbelievable. So much grip. (I drive with all aids off except ABS 1, on a DS3) Even downgraded to sports soft tires instead of the racing hard it comes from the dealership with, you can floor it coming out of 90% of corners without over-steer. Very stable and predictable. Oh, and did I mention faster than stink?? 1.75 mil (iirc) and a oil change, 630pp. Cockpit view is incredibly immersive, with its center seat configuration. I first ran it on a 3 laps of Sarthe event, and was turning in high 3:40's, and am not even close to being a great driver.

Mine's BNR34 SKYLINE GT-R N1 base '06: I picked this up for the I-B Tuned Car Festival, and it's absolute heaven. GT5 kind of turned me off of Skylines due to the AWD under-steer. It's old bad habits are nowhere to be found with the new physics model. 200,000 Credits, Premium, and after an oil change and stage II turbo, it sits right @ 601pp. No car has the right to have so much grip and power on Sport Soft tires. I have a feeling this car could absolutely slay online in a 600pp Sport tires class. Without turbo, it sits at around 580pp.

I've also had a lot of fun with the TVR Tamora (360hp in a 1060kg FR car for 80k credits? SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!) :D Crunched some numbers, and it has the best power-to-weight ratio of all stock 480-500pp range cars, at 3.02 kg/hp. (!!!) For comparison, the M3 CSL came in at 3.90 kg/hp.

Honorable mentions to the Lancia DELTA HF Integrale Evoluzione '91 and RE Amemiya FD3S RX-7 prize cars, had a blast with those too.

 

ITCC_Andrew

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18,532
Canada
Kitchener
<---- Crazy Leo rally car replica "the Beast"


I have the CARS rulebook on my cellphone, I can look up any and all necessary information to figure out how much power the car should have, and the cars in Canadian Rally Championship 4WD open class don't have a minimum weight, I believe.



Basically, then, the CRC cars are 400+ hp WRC cars without ABS, or any other driving aids, and non-studded, commercially available winter tires. There is nothing better than screaming around Chamonix Main with 400+ hp, 0 turbo lag (anti-lag system) and no conceivable way to get the car to stop... :mischievous:
 
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United Kingdom
United Kingdom
foxdylan
McLaren F1 GTR Race Car Base Model '95: This thing is unbelievable. So much grip. (I drive with all aids off except ABS 1, on a DS3) Even downgraded to sports soft tires instead of the racing hard it comes from the dealership with, you can floor it coming out of 90% of corners without over-steer. Very stable and predictable. Oh, and did I mention faster than stink?? 1.75 mil (iirc) and a oil change, 630pp. Cockpit view is incredibly immersive, with its center seat configuration. I first ran it on a 3 laps of Sarthe event, and was turning in high 3:40's, and am not even close to being a great driver.

Mine's BNR34 SKYLINE GT-R N1 base '06: I picked this up for the I-B Tuned Car Festival, and it's absolute heaven. GT5 kind of turned me off of Skylines due to the AWD under-steer. It's old bad habits are nowhere to be found with the new physics model. 200,000 Credits, Premium, and after an oil change and stage II turbo, it sits right @ 601pp. No car has the right to have so much grip and power on Sport Soft tires. I have a feeling this car could absolutely slay online in a 600pp Sport tires class. Without turbo, it sits at around 580pp.

I've also had a lot of fun with the TVR Tamora (360hp in a 1060kg FR car for 80k credits? SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!) :D Crunched some numbers, and it has the best power-to-weight ratio of all stock 480-500pp range cars, at 3.02 kg/hp. (!!!) For comparison, the M3 CSL came in at 3.90 kg/hp.

Honorable mentions to the Lancia DELTA HF Integrale Evoluzione '91 and RE Amemiya FD3S RX-7 prize cars, had a blast with those too.

Turn off the ABS n Traction and they got the handling spot on too , only the sound that's a mile off
 

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NSW
dr3w_sw
Right now for road car it's the mp4-12c, it just handle so well. I didn't like it in gt5 but in gt6 it drives much better
Race car my fav at the moment is the mclaren f1gtr kokusai kaihatsu racing
 
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New Zealand
Auckland
Turbo_Kiwi021
Turbo91Kiwi
for me its a rather big list I really enjoy driving cars from the Mercedes SLS GT3 to the 2013 Corvette Stingray and Dodge Viper as well the BMW M3 coupe Chrome line that's just the start
 
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England
London
davydmx
Enzo Ferrari '02(esp. Rosso Corsa). Drove this car to death in GT5. Now in GT6, after having seen/driven most of the new additions, i STILL sit there, shaking my head at replays of this car! The FXX is the Enzo's ugly, evil twin! SO glad it's joined Gran Turismo!
 
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Australia
Brisbane, Australia
Chameleon9000
Just found out they re-modeled the XJ220, its now semi premium, no longer handles like a tank, and if you give it racing softs, fully tune it, and make the LSD 8, 10, 5, then it is literally the most fun car to drive in the game!
 
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United States
Oklahome
transpaqua
I did ..... :(
Family commitments ment I traded it and bought a Toyota aygo (very similar in lots of ways)
Got a good 4 years out of it (best years of my life)

Family comes first, brother. I feel your pain though, I very stupidly (read: drunkenly) wrecked my BMW 325is a few years ago, and insurance companies still want to hit me where it hurts if I were to get a new "toy." :banghead: Better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all, I suppose.

Being over here in a U.S. "flyover state" though, the most exotic British car I've even seen was a base model Lotus Elise. And I only knew what it was because of GT! :D

Doubt that a TVR would even meet our absurdly strict safety/emissions requirements for import.
 
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United Kingdom
United Kingdom
foxdylan
Doubt that a TVR would even meet our absurdly strict safety/emissions requirements for import.

We have to pay road tax over here based on emissions , and it's getting a joke expense wize for anything more than a Subaru.... But TVR some how fell through a loop been so few in numbers to be categorised on the system here. So It got a default cheep price !!!! Bonus
Then however I found out the last owner de catted in a interesting none GT way.... He cut open the cat, gutted it and patched it (sounded amazing , breathed fire every pop)
But every year to test the car I had to bribe a MOT guy lol .

Took out a massive lone to buy it , didn't hardly de value so paid off the lone when I sold it

Recommend everyone do it at some point !

Once the baby's 5 am gonna get a caterham (not the Gt mad as a bag of frogs fire blade) but a normal 80BHP one
Cheep insurance , crazy mpg , and doing 40 mph in em feels like 90mph .
 
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Indonesia
Jakarta!
Somehow for the slower car, I love the very first car we get to drive in the game, the Clio! It handles just perfect. Spot on choice for newbie who just unpacked the game :)
 
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United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Just love the Audi R18 Le mans as a racecar.

T.M. Lancer Evo as roadcar now that it is a premium

Imaginary car the X2014 Jr. is brilliant fun
 
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Believe it or not, I love driving my modded out '03 Subaru WRX Sti..... lots of fun and quick too....

also, C7 is bad ass.
 
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United Kingdom
United Kingdom
My 2 favourite cars are race cars: The Chapparal 2J just eats up most tracks and competition (especially if set with a high top speed)....who knew that a car with 3 gears could hit 286mph!!! My other favourite is the Nissan GT-R R35 TC, which I am using at every event I can....it has dominated all the 650pp Super level "endurance" races so far (Silverstone, Suzuka, Brands Hatch, Apricot Hill).

Normal Road Car-wise, I would say it is my Mitsubushi Lance VI (prize car), that I have tuned to almost as high as it can go......great fun to drive, although the power over-rides the 4WD sometimes and it spins but still great fun

Special mention goes to the Red Bull Junior: Sticks to the road like superglue and is so good that I feel like I am cheating every time I use it lol
 
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United Kingdom
Fareham, UK
paoloevans
My Honda HSV-010 GT Base Model. I have kept the matte black colour and given it my #86. It my favourite car ever built :) As above I am using it for all the events I can.
 
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United States
United States
wheelman1313
At this point it has to be the X-Bow R. I keep waiting for it to fail, but it never lets me down. I put it up against full on racecars and the X-Bow smokes them. Amazingly fun to drive, and the speeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed! Love it.
 
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United Kingdom
United Kingdom
X2011. Yes I know it'll soon be outdated by the X2014, but I've never had as much fun in GT6 as in that, just trying to achieve the best lap time. I also love the noise it makes; it ridiculous, just like the car itself.

An honourable mention goes to the Rocket. Its a love-hate relationship though. I love it for being so good, and hate it for being so good as to be completely broken. You shouldn't be able to beat the game in a car that costs 100k. Also the noise it makes is annoying.