Gran Turismo 5 Car List
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This is the Gran Turismo 5 cars database (cars list). Here are a few important notes and instructions about its features (which, for the most, require you to be authentified).
Keep track of your cars :You add/remove a car to your myGranTurismo.net garage by clicking on the Home icon located on the left of each car entry. Please be aware that this website is not linked to your game (as it would be technicaly impossible to do since your GT5 game doesn't share this kind of information).
Multiple cars :to add more than one car for the same model, double-click/tap its Home button. (Does not work on old browsers like IE8, use Compact View instead if needed)
Detailed car page :Click on a car name to see a more detailed page with car image, car photos from other myGranTurismo.net users, tradable state and a notepad (currently not compatible with IE). Use ctrl+click on the car name to open it in a new tab/window and keep this list open (this works on any link, on any website, actually).
What are P/S/Gift/weird icons? (not on phone)P = Premium car (PS3 quality, with fully modeled cockpit) | S = Standard car (PS2 quality) | Gift = This car is gifted after winning an event in GT5, click the Gift image to now where | DLC = this car is not present on original (1.0) game, click icon to see how to have it (or not...).
What are myPP fields? (not on phone)Here you can keep track of minimum and maximum Performance Points of a car you own in GT5, as you can modulate this in the car's settings by adding weigth or retrincting power of the car.
What is R?Rarity is an index ranging from 1 (common) to 10 (rare) showing how many myGranTurismo.net users own this car in their garage. This is based on nearly 20,000 garages containing more dans 5 million models. This index is not related to quality and has a meaning in trading perspective only, or for your own curiosity.
Is this list complete?On update 2.12, 100% of cars are present in DataBase and illustrated on their page, where data corrections and your GT5 photos can be added.
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BMW ✖ 20 model(s) sorted by model
FR164 HP1415 kg 346 Nm 86 to 211 W/Kg
FR151 HP1335 kg 204 Nm 84 to 207 W/Kg
PBMW135i Coupe '07
FR311 HP1560 kg 406 Nm 149 to 330 W/Kg
SBMW2002 Turbo '73
FR173 HP1080 kg 244 Nm 119 to 283 W/Kg
SBMW320i Touring Car '03
FR261 HP1140 kg 229 Nm 170 to 232 W/Kg
FR259 HP1525 kg 305 Nm 127 to 247 W/Kg
PBMWConcept 1 Series tii '07
FR311 HP1520 kg 406 Nm 153 to 337 W/Kg
SBMWM Coupe '98
FR322 HP1465 kg 356 Nm 164 to 284 W/Kg
FR344 HP1570 kg 371 Nm 164 to 283 W/Kg
SBMWM3 CSL '03
FR361 HP1385 kg 377 Nm 195 to 324 W/Kg
PBMWM3 Coupe '07
FR422 HP1655 kg 407 Nm 190 to 318 W/Kg
PBMWM3 Coupe Chrome Line
FR475 HP1625 kg 424 Nm 218 to 271 W/Kg
SBMWM3 GTR '03
FR382 HP1350 kg 397 Nm 210 to 380 W/Kg
SBMWM3 GTR Race Car '01
FR452 HP1120 kg 489 Nm 301 to 451 W/Kg
FR509 HP1715 kg 530 Nm 222 to 378 W/Kg
FR509 HP1855 kg 530 Nm 205 to 367 W/Kg
SBMWMcLaren F1 GTR Race Car '97
MR633 HP950 kg 746 Nm 497 to 613 W/Kg
SBMWV12 LMR Race Car '99
MR801 HP900 kg 935 Nm 664 to 754 W/Kg
FR232 HP1365 kg 305 Nm 127 to 264 W/Kg
PBMWZ4 M Coupe '08
FR347 HP1495 kg 371 Nm 173 to 266 W/Kg