Here's the GT Sport updated car list because we kind of need one now
The Gran Turismo Sport keeps on expanding its car lineup, we're here to keep track
With a little over 160 sets of wheels upon its debut, Gran Turismo Sport was a far cry behind the previous episodes when it came to the cars offered.
But it has since added cars via free updates, and while it's still behind the 6's 1347 cars, GT Sport still has some enticing rides. We've made a list which we promise we'll keep up to date, throwing a brief brand description and their in-game pluses and minuses, in our own opinion.
Alfa Romeo’s presence in GT Sport is dramatically shy. Not only it doesn’t have classics like the ‘70s GTV we love so much but the modern ones (which is actually just one, the Giulia QV) are also missing. Fortunately, the 4C is just the perfect thing for Gran Turismo, especially in the Gr.4 guise which I adore just as much as I despise the MiTo.
[N200] MiTo 1.4 T Sport ‘09
[N200] 4C Launch Edition ‘14
[Gr.4] 4C Gr. 4
[Gr.3] 4C Gr. 3
[Gr.X] 4C Gr. 3 Road Car
The French sports car manufacturer made a wonderful comeback in 2017 with the A110, and the GT Sport’s vehicle lineup was updated accordingly. The good news? The shiny A110 is featured in the game, alongside the ’72 model. The bad news? The stupidly beautiful A310 GT is no more. The meh news? The Vision Gran Turismo concept was carried over GT6. All we want now is a Gr.4 version of the modern A110 which actually exists IRL.
[N100] A110 1600S ‘72
[N300] A110 Première Édition ’17
[Gr.1] Vision Gran Turismo ’17
[Gr.X] Vision Gran Turismo
[Gr.X] Vision Gran Turismo Race Mode
The in-game Aston Martin catalog is plain satisfactory: you have the mid-level V8 Vantage and the perfectly-looking DB11 grand tourer, then there are the top-tier One-77 and Vulcan. As for the racing versions, both the Gr.4 and Gr.3 specs are covered. We’ve never driven the DP-100 VGT, we have no idea what it can do.
[N400] V8 Vantage S ’15
[N600] DB11 ’16
[N800] One-77 ’11
[N800] Vulcan ’16
[Gr.4] Vantage Gr. 4
[Gr.3] V12 Vantage GT3 ‘12
[Gr.X] DP-100 Vision Gran Turismo
From a sports car aficionado point of view, the Audi lineup in GT Sport is missing on some high-profile figures, like, um, ALL THE RS VEHICLES! What’s more, the enticing R8 offered here is the previous-gen model. On the bright side, you have Team Joest’s Gt.1 R18 runners of ’11 and ’16. Oh, and the savagery on wheels called Sport quattro S1!
[N300] TTS Coupé ’14
[N400] R8 4.2 FSI R tronic ’07
[Gr.4] TT Cup ’16
[Gr.3] R8 LMS Audi Sport Team WRT ‘15
[Gr.X] e-tron Vision Gran Turismo
[Gr.1] Vision Gran Turismo
[Gr.1] R18 TDI Audi Sport Team Joest ’11
[Gr.1] R18 TDI Audi Sport Team Joest ‘16
[Gr.B] Sport quattro S1 Pikes Peak ‘87
Just like Audi, the BMW lacks on Ms: the M4 Coupé and the ’89 M3 Sport Evo are the only two road-going models offered. Luckily you can take the race-specced Gr.4 M4 and Gr.3 M6 for some track action. An innovative i subbrand representative is here as well: the i3. It’s not even the “sporty” s version.
[N200] M3 Sport Evolution ‘89
[N400] M4 Coupé ‘14
[Gr.4] M4 Gr. 4
[Gr.3] Z4 GT3 ‘11
[Gr.3] M6 GT3 Walkenhorst Motorsport ‘16
[Gr.3] M6 GT3 M Power Livery ’16
[Gr.X] i3 ’15
[Gr.X] M4 Safety Car
[Gr.X] Vision Gran Turismo
Although when the game debuted the Chiron was already available for sale, GT Sport didn’t feature the latest, better looking, more powerful Bugatti. So what you have available here is the old as time, yet still impressive Veyron, and the Chiron in Vision Gran Turismo guise.
[N1000] Veyron 16.4 ’13
[Gr.4] Veyron Gr. 4
[Gr.1] Vision Gran Turismo Gr.1
[Gr.X] Vision Gran Turismo
Chaparral was all about performance back in the day, spawning some impressively fast, sometimes odd vehicles, like the fan-enhanced 2J. We don’t have it in GT Sport although we’d have loved to test its technology. Actually, we don’t have any of the real, historic cars but a Vision Gran Turismo model propelled by a laser pulse shock wave. It sounds horrific.
[Gr.X] 2x Vision Gran Turismo
The Chevy representatives in GT Sport are bearing the good names, and here, of course, we talk about Camaro and Corvette, although they’re not in their best form here. Instead of the Camaro ZL1, you get the SS, and while dreaming of the Corvette ZR1, you get the Stingray. Fortunately, you have the Gr.4, and Gr.3 Corvette to keep you interested in the brand, in-game.
[N300] Corvette Stingray Convertible 1969
[N500] Camaro SS 2016
[N500] Corvette Stingray (C7)
[Gr.4] Corvette C7 Gr.4
[Gr.3] Corvette C7 Gr.3
[Gr.X] Corvette C7 Gr.3 Road Car
OK, Citroën might not have something fast to show nowadays, as they’re more focused on making the DS brand work while creating cushion-like cars for the masses, like the C4 Cactus. So in GT Sport they’re leaning on the GT by Citroën virtual exercise that turned real. What I don’t understand is this: how come we get a rally-specced Mustang but we lack a Gr.B DS3, a car that made a name for itself in the World Rally Championship, in real life.
[N200] DS3 Racing ’11
[N500] GT by Citroën Road Car
[Gr.4] GT by Citroën Gr.4
[Gr.3] GT by Citroën Race Car Gr.3
Good news, Gran Turismo fans: Copen is back! The road-going vehicle you were somehow stuck with at the start of Gran Turismo 6 career made it here as well, alongside a different, better-looking guise: RJ Vision Gran Turismo.
[N100] Copen Active Top '02
[Gr.X] Copen RJ Vision Gran Turismo
Name a DeTomaso model, besides the single well-known Pantera. Yes, there are others! No, we don’t know either. However, what matters is that Pantera is here, in GT Sport, looking good, and helping us imagine just how cool was to own and drive such a car back in the 70s. A fine feline predator.
[N300] Pantera ‘71
The Dodge model lineup in GT Sport is comprehensive. You’re offered a cool-as-ever N400 Challenger, and the impossibly enticing Viper (from 2002 and 2013 as well). A Hellcat is also present, although not the one we’d like: it’s the doped four-door Charger family saloon, not the modern Challenger. Oh well. At least the Charger can be controlled, unlike the out-of-this-world Tomahawk concept.
[N400] Challenger R/T 1970
[N500] Viper GTS 2002
[N600] Viper GTS ‘13
[N700] Charger SRT Hellcat ’15
[Gr.4] Viper Gr.4
[Gr.3] Viper SRT GT3-R
[Gr.1] SRT Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo (Gr.1)
[Gr.X] SRT Tomahawk S Vision Gran Turismo
[Gr.X] SRT Tomahawk GTS-R Vision Gran Turismo
[Gr.X] Tomahawk X Vision Gran Turismo
The selection of Ferraris in the GT Sport is quite satisfactory: F40, Enzo, LaFerrari, and even the 330 P4 are here, along with the 512, and the 458. I sense a pattern here: only mid-engine Ferraris are present in the GT Sport. The 330 P4 is my favorite, of course, not only because it’s a wonderful piece of automotive history but because it’s outrageously expensive and I will never own it, not even in the game. Just like the 250 GTO, for that matter.
[N400] 512 BB ‘76
[N500] F40 ‘92
[N600] 458 Italia ‘09
[N700] Enzo Ferrari ’02
[N1000] LaFerrari ‘13
[Gr.4] 458 Italia Gr.4
[Gr.3] 458 Italia GT3 ’13
[Gr. X]250 GTO CN.3729GT '62
[Gr.X] 330 P4 ‘67
Here’s something you might not know: this car is real, as is the brand. It surfaced in 2017, at the Geneva Motor Show, and GT Sport is the place to test it, virtually. It’s up for grabs, and it comes with driving sessions with its creator, professional racing driver Emmerson Fittipaldi.
[Gr.X] EF7 Vision Gran Turismo by Pininfarina
Ford also has a strong presence in the Gran Turismo Sport, with a lot of its sporty representative, SVT Raptor pickup included. Yeah. The GT40 Mark I is a nice addition, something to take our eyes off the fact that the new GT is missing, probably. The other notable absence would be the 350-hp AWD Focus RS. Luckily, there’s a Gr.B Mustang no one really wanted.
[N300] Focus ST 2015
[N300] Mustang Mach 1 1971
[N400] Mustang GT Premium Fastback 2015
[N400] F-150 SVT Raptor 2011
[N400] GT40 Mark I 1966
[N600] GT 2006
[Gr.4] Mustang Gr.4
[Gr.3] GT LM Spec II Test Car
[Gr.3] Mustang Gr.3
[Gr.B] Focus GR.B Rally Car
[Gr.B] Mustang Gr.B Rally Car
[Gr.X] Mustang Gr.3 Road Car
All the cars that make no sense as standalone brands (or don’t exist, and will never do) are gathered under the Gran Turismo virtual showroom. In Sport you’ll find the Red Bull X2014 model — the craziest thing to drive in the game until SRT Tomahawk came — along with two dope coachbuilded American classics. Is dope still a thing? Because it sounds like it shouldn't. Anyway.
[N700] Chris Holstrom Concepts 1967 Chevy Nova
[N800] Eckert's Rod & Custom Mach Forty
[Gr.X] Racing Kart 125 Shifter
[Gr.X] Red Bull X2014 Junior ‘14
[Gr.X] Red Bull X2014 Standard ‘14
One post-launch free update brought us two of the cutest Hondas ever: the S660 kei car, alongside its grandpa, the 1991 Beat. We know wait for the new Civic Type R FK8 which I’ve recently tested and I couldn’t believe it’s a FWD car. The NSX should also be here; the old one, not the modern, hybrid, heavy, impossible-to-control NSX featured in the game.
[N100] Beat '91
[N100] S660 '15
[N300] Civic Type R (FK2) ‘15
[N600] NSX ’17
[Gr.4] NSX Gr.4
[Gr.3] NSX Gr.3
[Gr.2] Raybig NSX Concept-GT ’16
[Gr.B] NSX Gr.B Rally Car
[Gr.X] Project 2&4 powered by RC213V
[Gr.X] Sports Vision Gran Turismo
Hyundai’s N 2025 Gr.1 concept racer is a recurring guest in the Gran Turismo series, making a comeback for the Sport. As a reminder they don’t just aim high but also have something to prove now, you’re offered the Genesis Coupé (in many forms) as well.
[N300] Genesis Coupé 3.8 Track ‘13
[Gr.3] Genesis Gr.3
[Gr.4] Genesis Gr.4
[Gr.4] Genesis Gr.B Rally Car
[Gr.1] N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo Gr.1
[Gr.X] N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo
From the already few cars offered in Gran Turismo 6, only the Concept VGT was carried over to Sport. The one we feel sorry for would be the G35, although a more important, actual option would be the Q60 Red Sport 400 Coupé. Why isn’t that in the GT Sport already?
[Gr.X] Concept Vision Gran Turismo
The only coupé in Jaguar’s lineup is the F-Type, which we get in three different flavors in GT Sport. We’d have loved the mental Project 8, or the Project 7, basically what’s worth having in a game where you can buy cars and drive them. I mean that usually, because the XJ13 is so expensive I don’t think I’ll get to drive it here either.
[N600] F-Type R Coupé ‘14
[Gr.3] F-Type Gr.3
[Gr.4] F-Type Gr.4
[Gr.X] XJ13 1966
Since its launch in 2008 little has changed in the X-Bow but why would you change something that works just fine? In real-life, the X-Bow is sold in GT4 guise as well, I’d love to compete with it in GT Sport.
[N300] X-Bow R ‘12
The Sant’Agata Bolognese’s vehicle lineup was mostly carried over from the GT6, with a notable change being the Huracán replacing the Gallardo, just like in real life. The 1.19 update brought us the brand’s first supercar, the 1967 Miura prototype we’ve seen in the previous installment as well.
[N400] Miura P400 Bertone Prototype CN.0706 ‘67
[N400] Countach LP400 ’74
[N600] Diablo GT ‘00
[N600] Huracán LP 610-4 ‘15
[N700] Aventador LP 700-4 ‘11
[N800] Veneno ’14
[Gr.4] Huracán Gr.4
[Gr.3] Huracán GT3 ‘15
Lexus’ most relevant representatives in real life are also in the Gran Turismo Sport: the RC and LC coupés are both here, in their most powerful states. We’ve also got Group 4, Group 3, and Group 2-flavored RCs, plus the LF-LC GT Vision Gran Turismo concept. The only thing that’s missing — and it shouldn’t, from any car-game — is, of course, the LF-A.
[N500] RC F ‘14
[N500] LC500 ‘17
[Gr.4] RC F Gr.4
[Gr.3] RC F GT3 Prototype Emil Frey Racing ’16
[Gr.3] RC F GT3 Emil Frey Racing ‘17
[Gr.2] Au Tom’s RC F ‘16
[Gr.X] LF-LC GT Vision Gran Turismo
Although the mindblowing rotary-engine era — represented here by the famously loud Mazda 787B — is long gone, Mazda keeps on putting smiles on our faces, with the nimble MX-5, which is present in the game as well. The compact family sedan Mazda3 is here, even as Group 4, and Group 3 competition runners.
[N100] Roadster S (ND) ‘15
[N200] RX-7 GT-X (FC) ‘90
[N200] Atenza Sedan XD L Package ‘15
[N300] RX-7 Spirit R Type A (FD) ‘02
[Gr.4] Atenza Gr.4
[Gr.3] Atenza Gr.3
[Gr.1] LM55 Vision Gran Turismo Gr.1
[Gr.X] Atenza Gr.3 Road Car
[Gr.X] LM55 Vision Gran Turismo
There are so many models missing from McLaren’s lineup that it’s almost frustrating. No P1, no Senna, no 720S, no 570, no 540, and I’m not just calling random numbers, these are actual McLaren cars. Anyway, what we say is there’s a lot to make up for at McLaren, Polyphony Digital. The F1 just doesn’t cut it anymore.
[N600] F1 ‘94
[N600] MP4-12C ‘10
[N700] 650S Coupé ‘14
[Gr.4] 650S Gr.4
[Gr.3] 650S GT3
[Gr.1] Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo
[Gr.X] Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo
You may think I’ve carried over my anger from McLaren, and I cannot argue about that, to be honest. Only that the Mercedes lineup is also scarce in relevant models. Indeed all the Mercs here are AMGs but there are way too few. Thank you for the A 45, the GT S, and Hamilton's F1 car, but we’d love to hear the growls of the C63, and the E63, and the S65 as well.
[N400] A 45 AMG 4MATIC ‘13
[N500] Mercedes-AMG GT S ’15
[N600] SLS AMG ’10
[Gr.4] SLS AMG Gr.4
[Gr.3] Mercedes-AMG GT3 AMG-Team HTP-Motorsport ’16
[Gr.3] SLS AMG GT3 ‘11
[Gr.X] AMG Vision Gran Turismo
[Gr.X] AMG Vision Gran Turismo Racing Series
[Gr.X] Mercedes-AMG F1 W08 EQ Power+ '17
No, I won’t even. Sorry.
[Gr.X] Clubman Vision Gran Turismo
Once a movie, game and real-life star, the Mitsubishi had multiple changes of heart, all bad, because it just revived the Eclipse as a crossover. So what we got left is, of course, the Lancer which is offered in all possible trims here. We miss the 3000GT.
[N300] Lancer Evolution Final Edition ‘15
[Gr.3] Lancer Evolution Final Edition Gr.3
[Gr.4] Lancer Evolution Final Edition Gr.4
[Gr.B] Lancer Evolution Final Edition Gr.B Rally Car
[Gr.X] Lancer Evolution Final Edition GR.B Road Car
[Gr.X] Concept XR-PHEV Evolution Vision Gran Turismo
The previous Gran Turismo titles went overboard with the Skyline, with the 6 featuring no less than 43 entries. For Gran Turismo Sport, they’ve toned it down a little, to a mere 12. Depending on how you look at it, it’s almost a 75% cut. The only thing that’s not GT-R is the latest entry, called R92CP. If you haven’t heard of it it’s because is not a street car but a Le Mans hero.
[N300] Skyline GT-R V-Spec II (R32) ‘94
[N300] Skyline GT-R V-Spec (R33) ‘97
[N300] Skyline GT-R V-Spec II NÜR (R34) ’02
[N600] GT-R Premium Edition ‘17
[N600] GT-R Nismo ‘17
[Gr.4] GT-R Gr.4
[Gr.3] GT-R Nismo GT3 N24 Schulze Motorsport ‘13
[Gr.2] Motul Autech GT-R ‘16
[Gr.1] GT-R LM Nismo ’15
[Gr.B] GT-R Gr.B Rally Car
[Gr.X] GT-R Safety Car
[Gr.X] Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo
Two out of the three Sochaux lions that can truly run are here: from the 208 GTi to the 908 LMP1. In between sits the 308 GTi which is absent from the game but there’s the RCZ filling the gap, boasting not only the street guise but also the Group 4, Group 3 trims.
[N200] 208 GTi by Peugeot Sport 2014
[N200] RCZ GT Line 2016
[Gr.4] RCZ Gr.4
[Gr.3] Vision Gran Turismo
[Gr.3] RCZ Gr.3
[Gr.B] RCZ Gr.B Rally Car
[Gr.1] 908 HDi FAP - Team Peugeot Total 2010
[Gr.1] L750R HYbrid Vision Gran Turismo
[Gr.X] L750R HYbrid Vision Gran Turismo
[Gr.X] Vision Gran Turismo
At Porsche, everything needs to run fast. They’ve even tried to make SUVs but those turned out fast as well. Unlucky for us, we don’t get to see that in the game, because the only road-going model present here is the GT3 RS. Fortunately, we got the GT3-spec 911 RSR and the Cayman GT4 Clubsport.
[N500] 911 GT3 RS 2016
[Gr.4] Cayman GT4 Clubsport 2016
[Gr.3] 911 RSR 2017
[Gr.1] 919 Hybrid - Porsche Team 2016
The all-new Mégane R.S. planned its debut in other racing game, so it’s not here yet. What we have here, though, are the entry-level Clio R.S., the previous-gen Mégane, and the super-cool R.S. 01.
[N200] Clio R.S. 220 EDC Trophy 2015
[N300] Mégane R.S. Trophy 2011
[Gr.4] Mégane Gr.4
[Gr.3] R.S.01 GT3 2016
[Gr.X] R.S.01 2016
Shelby’s presence is limited to the car that pops into anyone’s mind whenever they hear the name Shelby: the Cobra 427, a British sports car turned into ballistic American supercar by Mr. Caroll Shelby. Here why it's so popular, by the way.
[N500] Cobra 427 ’66
The WRX, Subaru’s most beloved model, makes its way into GT Sport as well, available in all the trims, from the road-going model to the rally-spec one. The most interesting Subie here is, of course, the Viziv GT Vision Gran Turismo. The myth says it has the power of 357 vapers. Sorry, I had to. Moving on.
[N300] WRX STI Type S 2014
[Gr.4] WRX Gr.4
[Gr.3] WRX Gr.3
[Gr.B] WRX Gr.B Rally Car
[Gr.X] BRZ Falken Tire/Turn 14 Distribution 2017
[Gr.X] WRX STI Isle Of Man Time Attack Car 2016
[Gr.X] Viziv GT Vision Gran Turismo
Suzuki says “Hi!” with the 2007 Swift Sport, a car which I love in real life and I like having in the GT Sport, although I did (and most probably will) never drive it in the game. It’s the kind of vehicle you enjoy more in real life.
[N100] Swift Sport 2007
Toyota is doing this weird thing of shooting itself in the leg by not featuring its cars in video games. It has to do with the misfortune of not getting a boner when you see a Toyota in real life or something like this. However, the Gran Turismo Sport is one of the few exceptions where Toyota is present. From the cute S-FR two-seater to the Supra, and the TS030, they’re all here.
[N100] S-FR 2015
[N200] 2000GT 1967
[N200] 86 GT 2015
[N200] 86 GRMN 2016
[N200] MR2 GT-S 1997
[N300] Supra 3.0T Turbo A 1988
[N300] Supra RZ 1997
[N400] S-FR Racing Concept 2016
[Gr.4] Toyota 86 Gr.4
[Gr.3] FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo Gr.3
[Gr.3] GR Supra Racing Concept 2018
[Gr.B] 86 Gr.B Rally Car
[Gr.X] FT-1 2014
[Gr.X] FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo
[Gr.1] TS030 Hybrid 2012
[Gr.1] TS050 Hybrid Toyota Gazoo Racing 2016
Although Volkswagen is a world-known brand — and not just because of Dieselgate — it doesn’t have that many sports cars. Probably that’s why the in-game vehicle lineup features the 1962 Sambabus instead of others. Of the two worth-mentioning Volkswagen mild runners, one is missing: there’s only the Golf GTI, so no AWD R version for us.
[N100] Sambabus Typ 2 1962
[N200] Golf VII GTI 2014
[Gr.4] Scirocco Gr.4
[Gr.3] GTI Vision Gran Turismo Gr.3
[Gr.3] Beetle Gr.3
[Gr.X] GTI Roadster Vision Gran Turismo
[Gr.X] GTI Supersport Vision Gran Turismo
The list of Zagato works worthy of publicity is not short. Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ2 is a car I’d like to drool upon, virtually, as is the TZ3 from 2010. Plus, every single Aston Martin model that was subjected to the Zagato treatment. Plus that Lamborghini Gallardo that was known as 5-95. Unfortunately, you get none of the above in the GT Sport. The only Zagato here is IsoRivolta VGT, a tribute to the Iso Rivolta (which was designed by Bertone, by the way). If you like looks of it, good news: you can buy it, in real life.
[Gr.X] Zagato IsoRivolta Zagato Vision Gran Turismo