Gran Turismo 7 has a pretty good range of cars, from rally vehicles to sports cars and vintage classics. If you’re looking for speed, then the very best vehicles are much easier to narrow down. If you want the absolute pinnacle of racing, then the Dodge SRT Tomahawk X VGT is it.
With a 7000 cc engine, near 2600 Horsepower and a fairly low body weight, it has the power and speed necessary to out-race everything else. Buying it right off the bat may prove a challenge though – you need to spend one million credits in Brand Central’s US section for it. While it costs the same, the Jaguar VGT SV may be a worthy alternative.
Though about 1400 kg, which is far heavier than the Tomahawk X VGT, it still offers nearly 1900 Horsepower. Once again, you can purchase it from the Jaguar section of Brand Central within the Europe/UK section for one million credits.
Some other worthy vehicles include the Ferrari FXX K’14 which costs 3.6 million credits in Brand Central and offers a strong amount of speed to go with its sharp looks. There’s also the Porsche VGT which has more than 1000 Horsepower, some great handling and a cost of one million credits in Brand Central. The Bugatti VGT offers over 1600 Horsepower, looks more traditional than the VGT vehicles and costs one million credits, making it worth checking out. For more options, check out the video below by Yorrick.
Sadly, due to many races having their Credit rewards nerfed, it’s going to take a lot longer to earn these vehicles. If you’re really committed though, World Touring Car 800: 24 heures du Mans Racing Circuit and World Touring Car 800: Monza Circuit are the best options since their Credit rewards have been increased from 5,000 to 70,000 Credits. Just be aware that they’re on the longer side.
Gran Turismo 7 is currently available for PS4 and PS5. Check out our review here for more details.