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The following is a list of cars which feature in Gran Turismo 2, ordered by Manufacturer:

Keys[]

  • [JP] the car appear in Japanese release
  • [US] the car appear in North American release
  • [EU] the car appear in European release
  • [GE] the car appear if the language isn't set to English (Europe only)
  • [UK] the car appear if the language is set to English (Europe only)
  • [A] the car is available from start in Arcade Mode
  • [AP] the car need to be unlocked in Arcade Mode
  • [AM] the car is available only in Arcade Mode
  • [D] the car can race on dirt courses
  • [GT] the car is available only in Gran Turismo Mode
  • [L] the car appear in license test
  • [LRM] the car appear in license test with racing modification applied
  • [P] the car appear also/only as a prize
  • [RM] the car can racing modified
  • [U] the car is unused
  • [URM] the car have unused racing modifications
  • [USD] the car appear in used car dealership

Acura Flag of USA [US][]

Alfa Romeo Flag of Italy[]

Aston Martin Flag of United Kingdom[]

Audi Flag of Germany[]

BMW Flag of Germany[]

Chevrolet Flag of USA[]

Chrysler Flag of USA[]

Citroën Flag of France[]

D-Rights Flag of Japan [GT] [L][]

  • D-Rights Mazda MX-5 1.8 RS '98 [EU]
  • D-Rights MX-5 Miata 1.8 RS '98 [US]
  • D-Rights Silvia Spec R Aero '99

Daihatsu Flag of Japan[]

Datsun Flag of Japan[]

Dodge Flag of USA[]

Fiat Flag of Italy[]

Ford Flag of USA[]

HKS Flag of Japan[]

Honda Flag of Japan[]

Infiniti Flag of USA [US][]

Jaguar Flag of United Kingdom[]

Lancia Flag of Italy[]

Lexus Flag of Japan[]

Lister Flag of United Kingdom[]

Lotus Flag of United Kingdom[]

Mazda Flag of Japan[]

Mercedes-Benz Flag of Germany[]

Mercury Flag of USA[]

MG Flag of United Kingdom[]

Mine's Flag of Japan[]

Mini Flag of United Kingdom[]

Mitsubishi Flag of Japan[]

Mugen Flag of Japan[]

Nismo Flag of Japan[]

Nissan Flag of Japan[]

Opel Flag of Germany [GE][]

P-Ride Flag of Japan[]

Peugeot Flag of France[]

Plymouth Flag of USA[]

RE Amemiya Flag of Japan[]

Renault Flag of France[]

RUF Flag of Germany[]

Saleen Flag of USA[]

Shelby Flag of USA[]

Spoon Flag of Japan[]

Subaru Flag of Japan[]

Suzuki Flag of Japan[]

Tommy Kaira Flag of Japan[]

Tom's Flag of Japan[]

Toyota Flag of Japan[]

TRD Flag of Japan[]

TVR Flag of United Kingdom[]

Vauxhall Flag of United Kingdom [UK][]

Vector Flag of USA[]

Venturi Flag of France[]

Volkswagen Flag of Germany[]

Objects Flag of Polyphony Digital[]

  • Bronze Gran Turismo Logo
  • COURSE BG
  • Gold Gran Turismo Logo
  • Green Smile
  • Large A-License
  • Large B-License
  • Large IA-License
  • Large IB-License
  • Large IC-License
  • Large S-License
  • Large Trophy
  • Silver Gran Turismo Logo
  • Small A-License
  • Small Trophy

Notes[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Due a bug is possible to get racing modifications only through cheats
  2. An unused version of this car appear in game files. It have road going Sirion wheels, and a different "Daihatsu" text in the doors. As suggests its filename, was meant to be a road car version
  3. An unused version of this car appear in game files. It have road going Storia wheels, and a different "Daihatsu" text in the doors. As suggests its filename, was meant to be a road car version
  4. Due a bug, in both Japanese and North American versions (and all of the re-releases) is possible to get its first racing modification only through cheats
  5. The Ford GT40 Race Car '69 was meant to be the racing modification for the Ford GT40 '66, as suggests its filename
  6. An unused version labeled as "Ford GT40 Mark III Race Car" is present in game files. Unlike the normally available model, it have gray engine cover and roof
  7. A second racing modification is present in game files. Is a duplicate of the first, but have red wheels from Subaru Legacy '98 racing modified models
  8. 8.0 8.1 Both hatchback and sedan models have the same name
  9. Unlike every other Rally Car exclusive to Arcade Mode, the Lancia Stratos will have its racing modification applied, where the car's banner change to "Lancia Stratos Rally Car"
  10. The car is present in the European version of the game, but for unknown reasons its listing is removed from Toyota's New Car Dealer, then obtainable only through cheats. In PAL version its replay name is blank
  11. An unused model feature a black roof. Called by most people "Lotus Elise Soft Top", is in reality a broken texture. As suggests its filename, was meant to be a racing modification for the Lotus MotorsportElise
  12. 12.0 12.1 A duplicate of this car is present in game files. Its purpose was meant to be an "actual" Mazda 323 Rally Car, instead of a rename of the used Mazda Familia Rally Car
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 A second racing modification is present in game files, but are obtainable only through cheats
  14. A racing modification is present in game files. The Mazda Mazda RX-7 GT-C LM Edition was meant to be a racing modification. This variant have even an "8" in the door sides, unlike its standalone model
  15. An unused model is present in game files. It have different brake lights and a gray color option
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 In game all SL models have the same name
  17. 17.0 17.1 In game both 1993 and 1999 models have the same name
  18. 18.0 18.1 In game both 1996 and 1998 models have the same name
  19. An alternate livery is present in game files. Is the Winfield livery (in game is censored) used by Tommi Mäkinen in the 1998 Rally Australia
  20. The only car in game that can be awarded in two different instances
  21. Due a bug, the NismoGT-R LM Road Car(R33) wil not appear in Nissan's Special Car Dealer in the Japanese version, then obtainable only through cheats
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 22.3 In game both 200SX and Silvia models have the same name
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 In game both 1995 and 1996 models have the same name
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 24.3 24.4 24.5 In game both 1994 and 1995 models have the same name
  25. An alternate model replace the one present in Japanese release, making it unused in European version
  26. An alternate model replace the one present in European release, making it unused in Japanese and North American versions
  27. A racing modification is present in game files, but obtainable only through cheats
  28. If the language is set to "English", its Vauxhall counterpart can't still selectedin Arcade Mode. However, it can appear as opponent
  29. If the language is set to "English", its Vauxhall counterpart can't still selected in Arcade Mode. In European version will be always the opponent in the third Tahiti Dirt Route 3 Reverse race
  30. 30.0 30.1 30.2 30.3 30.4 30.5 Esso branding version
  31. 31.0 31.1 31.2 31.3 31.4 31.5 Exxon branding version
  32. 32.0 32.1 An alternate model replace the one present in Japanese release, making it unused in North American and European versions
  33. 33.0 33.1 An alternate model replace the one present in North American and European releases, making it unused in Japanese version
  34. 34.0 34.1 34.2 34.3 All models use the same name
  35. A racing modification is present in game files. Most likely removed due the lack of weight reduction in order to perform the racing modification. However, is obtainable through cheats
  36. Also if the Volkswagen Polo 1.4 16V is obtainable only through cheats, it can appear as opponent in Event Synthesizer events
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