Tracks

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
Côte d'Azur
New York
Real Circuits Nürburgring Nordschleife
Tsukuba Circuit
Circuit de la Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo
Original Courses Apricot Hill Raceway
Autumn Ring
Grand Valley Speedway
Dirt and Snow Grand Canyon
Tahiti Maze
Ice Arena