35 tracks with 70 variations:
World-famous licensed tracks to fan favorites from the past
Gran Turismo features a wide variety of courses and course types. Race through famous cities from around the world, carefully navigating narrow streets and shar bends. Get a little dirty with some rally racing, including gorgeous track set in the Grand Canyon. Take on famous real-world tracks such as Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Fuji Speedway, or the 13-mile long grueling Nurburgring Nordschleife in Germany. Or enjoy one of the many original courses created by the masters at Polyphony, fine tuned for the best racing experience possible.
- Tokyo Route 246
Staged in a well-known area of Tokyo, Japan, this original course lets racing fans and car fanatics race through one of the coolest cities in the world, without fear of getting a ticket. Look for courses set in New York, Seattle, Paris and Seoul as well.
- Costa di Amalfi Circuit
An original course modeled after Capri Island, driving up the beautiful coastline and climbing the winding hills is like a nice Sunday drive, except you're going much faster.
- Autumn Ring
As the name implies, beautiful autumn foliage decorate the landscape of this technical course, a fan favorite dating all the way back to the original Gran Turismo for the first PlayStation.
It's okay to get a little dirty
When you're ready for a change of pace, try out one of the dirt or snow courses as you take on up to 3 opponents for some truly intense racing.
|List of Available Tracks (Partial List)|
|City Courses||Tokyo R246|
|Real Circuits||Nürburgring Nordschleife|
|Circuit de la Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo|
|Original Courses||Apricot Hill Raceway|
|Grand Valley Speedway|
|Dirt and Snow||Grand Canyon|