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''This page is for the PlayStation video game. For other uses, see [[Gran Turismo (disambiguation)]]''
 
''This page is for the PlayStation video game. For other uses, see [[Gran Turismo (disambiguation)]]''
 
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==Cars==
 
==Cars==
''Main article: [[Gran Turismo (PlayStation)/Car List]]''
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''Main article: [[Gran Turismo Car List]]''
   
 
There are nearly 180 cars included in the titular game, see the main article for a compiled list of these cars.
 
There are nearly 180 cars included in the titular game, see the main article for a compiled list of these cars.
   
 
==Race Tracks==
 
==Race Tracks==
''Main article: [[Gran Turismo (PlayStation)/Track List]]''
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''Main article: [[Gran Turismo/Track List]]''
   
There are 11 courses featured in ''Gran Turismo'', they are:
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There are 11 courses featured in ''Gran Turismo'', they are:
   
 
*[[Autumn Ring]]
 
*[[Autumn Ring]]
 
*[[Autumn Ring Mini]]
 
*[[Autumn Ring Mini]]
 
*[[Clubman Stage Route 5]]
 
*[[Clubman Stage Route 5]]
*[[Deep Forest Raceway]]
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*[[Deep Forest]]
 
*[[Grand Valley Speedway]]
 
*[[Grand Valley Speedway]]
 
*[[Grand Valley East]]
 
*[[Grand Valley East]]
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*[[Trial Mountain]]
 
*[[Trial Mountain]]
   
All of these tracks, with the exception of Test Course, can be raced in the reverse direction. The Clubman Stage Route 5, Special Stage Route 5 and Route 11 courses can also be driven in time trial style in a special "[[GT HiFi]]" high-definition mode that is unlocked by completing the [[Gran Turismo World Cup (GT1)|GT World Cup]].
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All of these tracks, with the exception of Test Course, can be raced in the reverse direction. The Special Stage Route 5 and Route 11 courses can also be driven in time trial style in a special "[[GT HiFi]]" high-definition mode that is unlocked by completing the [[Gran Turismo World Cup (GT1)|GT World Cup]].
   
 
==Audio==
 
==Audio==
{{Main|Music of the Gran Turismo series}}
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The opening song for the US and European versions is the song ''Everything Must Go'' by the '''Manic Street Preachers''' remixed by the '''Chemical Brothers'''. The opening song for the Japanese version is ''Moon Over The Castle'' by '''Masahiro Andoh''', and it is often considered the "main theme" for the series. It is the also the opening theme for the Japanese versions of [[Gran Turismo 2]], [[Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec]], and [[Gran Turismo 4]].
The Japanese version sports an original soundtrack by '''Masahiro Andoh''' (guitarist and lead composer of renowned jazz-fusion band T-Square) and '''Isamu Ohira'''. The opening song, "Moon Over The Castle", is often considered the main theme for the series, returning as the opening theme for the Japanese versions of every subsequent game in the main series.
 
   
The US and European releases, in contrast, use a selection of licensed rock and electronica songs. Their opening song is "Everything Must Go" by the '''Manic Street Preachers''' remixed by the '''Chemical Brothers'''. Other artists featured include Garbage, David Bowie, Blur, Placebo, and Supergrass, among others.
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The game includes a limited selection of licensed songs. These include: ''Lose Control'' by '''Ash''' From the album '''1977''', 4 songs from the Swim era of '''Feeder''' :''Chicken On A Bone Reworked instrumental''; ''Shade Instrumental''; ''Tangerine Instrumental''; and ''Sweet 16''. ''As Heaven is Wide'' by '''Garbage''', ''Oxyacetalene''; ''Skeletal''; ''Autonomy''; and ''Industry'' by '''Cubanate''', and ''High'' by '''TMF''' (exclusive GT mix of ''5 Miles High'').
   
 
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==Limited Edition==
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