Friendly reminder: The correct model year of Mazda SA22C RX7 as in GT2 is around the years 1978-1981 not 1983 because the 1983 has a different looking rear bumper. I'll show you a two pictures as a proof.
This is the 1978-1981 model which it's the version as in GT2.
& this is the 1983 model version I think it's appeared in Auto Modellista, Forza Motor Sports series, Tokyo Xtreme Racer series starting from 2, Sega GT 2002, ETC.
I'm announcing my official retirement from GT PSP & I'll stick only with GT2 & obviously in GT2 they were so many cool stuffs such as tuning, ETC & Finally I got the EU PAL version both discs & yesterday I finished my car collection. Now I can play the Arcade mode without disturbance.
Friendly reminder to the staff of Gran Turismo Wikia: The engine name of K'S Aero SE version of Kouki S14 is actually SR20DET, Not SR20DE.
I'll give you a proof in the following screenshot.
I always choose Scotia White color for my Lancer Evo.IV in both GT2 and GT PSP, Plus every time when I use it in both GT games also reminded me of Seiji Iwaki's Evo.IV from the infamous Initial D Manga and Animated series.
I want to say the N14 model of Nissan Pulsar GTI-R is the greatest hatchback car with 4WD although it shares the same engine as all Silvias, 180SX, Sileighty, ETC which it's SR20DET with 227 BHP horsepower without tuning.
Unfortunately this car only appeared in GT1 and GT2 and didn't made a returning appearance in later GT games.
This car was worth to unlock in GT2 and to purchase in GT PSP. It's the most badass super car with RB26DETT engine, Also it reminds me a bit of Ford GT, Plus I love letting it ***** on Bugatti users when it comes to single race mode in GT PSP.
I always prefer the Kouki (1985-1987) Trueno obviously since it's a facelift and also it looks like a mini version of JZA70 Supra. Too bad! The Kouki AE86 Trueno died after GT2 and it's been replaced with it's Zenki counterpart in later GT games.
This version of Integra Type R DC2 model doesn't seem different than it's Honda '98 Spec counterpart with the exception of it's headlights and it's weight.
It gives me a feeling that it takes the place of it's Honda '98 Spec counterpart in the NTSC-U version of GT2 no wonder why it doesn't have information and racing modifications.
I think this NSX is ficitional. There is no Acura version of NSX Type S Zero in real life. There is only coupe NSX-T versions.
This one looks the same as Honda NSX Type S Zero '97, Also NSX '93 is actually NSX Type R '92. I figured out from it's colors.
I really hate the fact that Honda Integra Type R '98 spec is been replaced with this one in the NTSC-U version. The car is fine because it has ths same HP as Honda Integra Type R '98 Spec but heavier but I prefer Honda version of Integra DC2 because it has a better looking headlights.