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A downloadable content (or DLC) is additional content created for a released video game, distributed through the Internet by the game's official publisher. In the case of the Gran Turismo series, additional content primarily consist of new cars and tracks, which are often included in post-release updates, though DLC packs that can be downloaded from the PlayStation Store are also known to exist. While content added through game updates is available for Free, the DLC packs downloadable from the PlayStation Store can be either premium (available at an additional cost) or free to download. So far, paid DLCs have been used only to deliver some additional content in Gran Turismo 5 as well as the Lewis Hamilton Time Trial Challenge in Gran Turismo Sport.

In this wiki, two different icons are used to denote DLC content: the cycling arrows (Update Icon.gif) are used to denote content added as part of post-release updates, while the download icon (DLCicon.jpg) is used to denote content available as part of DLC packs downloadable from the PlayStation Store.

Gran Turismo 5 Content[]

Cars[]

DLC[]

Gran Turismo 6 Content[]

Tracks[]

Cars[]

This list does not include the 2008 WRC cars, the NSX concepts, the DeltaWing cars, nor the original Mercedes-Benz AMG Vision Gran Turismo, as they were part of the game's day one update.

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2014[]

2015[]

Gran Turismo Sport Content[]

Tracks[]

Cars[]

As of update 1.23 (July 2018), all cars (including cars that were part of the game's launch) can be purchased from the PlayStation Store provided they are sold from Brand Central and retail for Cr. 2,000,000 in-game. The price limit for eligible cars were later increased to Cr. 10,000,000 in March 2019 with the 1.38 update.

2017[]

2018[]

2019[]

2020[]

2021[]

DLC[]

Gran Turismo 7 Content[]

Tracks[]

2022[]

Cars[]

2022[]

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