The complete list of Porsche cars in Gran Turismo 7
Discover every drivable Porsche model in the GT7 racing game
991 GTS RS and Cayman GT4 Clubsport in motion on virtual racetrack
Consumption and emission of the cars mentioned in this article 911 GT3 (WLTP): Fuel consumption combined: 13,0 - 12,9 l/100 km; CO₂ emissions combined: 294 - 293 g/km; CO₂ class: G.
Which Porsche cars can you drive in the new edition of Gran Turismo? Here’s a comprehensive checklist to get you off the starting grid and on your way to unlocking iconic vehicles
The wait is over. It’s time to get behind the virtual steering wheel of your favourite car as the seventh instalment in the Gran Turismo racing game series for the PlayStation 4 and 5 gets ready to roar off the starting grid. It’s a particularly exciting one for Porsche fans. You can unlock an extensive menu of 26 Porsche cars in the latest game – from legendary Porsche models to incredible all-new concept cars – and race them on a mix of real life and original tracks across 34 locations and 97 layouts.
991 GT3 RS and Cayman GT4 Clubsport in motion on virtual racetrack
You can unlock 24 in-game Porsche cars and race them around the virtual world in GT7
As well as your favourite classic Porsche sportscars being present and correct, you also get the chance race innovative concept vehicles, like the 917 Living Legend – which pays homage to the original 24 Hours of Le Mans-winning racecar – with its glorious V8 bi-turbo engine. And you can take control of the exclusive Porsche Vision Gran Turismo concept car – the first-ever Porsche developed purely for the digital world – that’s only accessible to GT7 gamers. So, what’re you waiting for? Check out the full list below and get driving.
Yellow whaletail Porsche 911 RS 2.7 Gran Turismo 7
You can unlock the ultimate 911 of your dreams in GT7
The complete list of Porsche cars in Gran Turismo 7356 A/1500 GS Carrera 1956356 A/1500 GS GT Carrera Speedster 1956911 Carrera RS 2.7 (901) 1973911 Turbo (930) 1981911 Carrera RS (964) 1992911 Carrera RS (993) 1995911 Carrera RS Club Sport (993) 1995911 GT3 (996) 2001911 GT1 Strassenversion (996) 1997911 GT3 (997) 2009911 GT3 RS (991) 2016911 RSR (991) 2017917K 1970917 Living Legend Concept 2013918 Spyder 2013919 Hybrid 2016959 1987962 C 1988Carrera GT 2004Carrera GTS(904) 1964Cayman GT4 2016Cayman GT4 Clubsport 2016Spyder Type 550/1500RS 1965Taycan Turbo S 2019Vision Gran Turismo 2022Vision Gran Turismo Spyder 2022
Rear view of 962 C, 917K and 911 GT1 on track
Have you got the skills to keep up? You can race Gran Turismo’s 24 Porsche cars on 34 different tracks