Gran Turismo RACING KART 125 SPL
Gran Turismo RACING KART 125 SPL
Appears in Gran Turismo 5 (Gift)Icon gift
Gran Turismo 6
Type in GT5 Premium
Interior in GT6 Detailed
Displacement 125 cc
Drivetrain MR
Aspiration NA
Engine Water-cooled go-kart engine
Max Power 29 HP
Performance Points 504 PP
Max Torque 21 Nm
Weight 80 kilograms (180 lb)
Power/Weight Ratio 2.76 kg (6.1 lb) per horsepower

The Gran Turismo RACING KART 125 SPL is an open wheeled 125cc go-kart style vehicle made specifically for Gran Turismo 5, as a gift to players who have downloaded any DLC pack, and Gran Turismo 6, where it is available regularly.


This kart is available in six color schemes:

  • Red
  • Orange
  • Pink
  • Dark Blue
  • Leaf Green
  • Black

In-game descriptionEdit

"Be different; a special version of the 125 cc Kart with unique colours."

From Formula 1 Champions to Indianapolis 500 and 24 Hours of Le Mans winners, most every one of these drivers likely have one thing in common: they began their motorsports career by driving a racing kart.

Elegantly simplistic in its design, the typical racing kart consists of a rigid steel tube frame chassis, a snug fitting bucket seat, a solid rear axle, a small two-stroke gasoline engine, and two pedals (for brakes and throttle).

When piloting a racing kart, you'll notice that the driving feel is extremely direct and requires precision inputs. There's no other racing machine out there better suited to honing your driving skills.

While the power output of an entry-level kart may only be around 15 HP, its top speed can exceed 100 km/h. What's more, racing karts exhibit extremely sharp handling as a result of their very low center of gravity and high grip level from racing slick tires. There is no conventional gearbox like those found in road cars and the suspension is very basic, so the driver needs to use his skill to be fast around a racetrack. The cornering G-force of a racing kart can often rival that of a top class formula race car.

The new Gran Turismo Racing Karts were given headlights, and are available in three classes: Junior, 100, and 125. While the Junior and 100 classes make use of air-cooled engines, the fast 125 class utilized larger water-cooled engines. While there is only a minor engine displacement difference between these three groups, the driving dynamics and power output of each type are drastically different. Choose the model that suits you best according to your experience and driving skill.



Despite being a Premium car, this car is only given to players who have downloaded at least one DLC pack released in October 2011, and is not for sale in the dealership.


This car can be purchased regularly at the Gran Turismo dealership for 8,000 Credits. It has a detailed interior.


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