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Nissan Motor Company Ltd is a Japanese automobile company that has been featured in all Gran Turismo games. Nissan has the highest amount of cars over all Gran Turismo games. They are most known in the Gran Turismo games for making the Skyline GT-R, Silvia, and the Z cars.

Nissan was a prominent partner of Gran Turismo in the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3 era, with Polyphony Digital being involved in the development of the R35 GT-R's multifunction display, and Nissan being a prominent sponsor of the GT Academy program.

List of cars[]

Gran Turismo 1[]

Primera[]

Silvia (S13)[]

180SX[]

Silvia (S14)[]

Skyline GTS (R32)[]

Skyline GTS (R33)[]

Fairlady Z (300ZX)[]

Pulsar[]

Skyline GT-R (R32)[]

Skyline GT-R (R33)[]

Nismo 400R[]

Gran Turismo 2[]

Cube

Fairlady:

Fairlady Z:

NOTE: All cars are named 300ZX in the non-Japanese versions.
March:

Primera:

Pulsar:

Silvia (S13):

180SX:

Silvia (S14):

200SX:

Silvia (S15):

Skyline:

Gran Turismo 2000[]

Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec[]

Gran Turismo Concept[]

Gran Turismo 4 Prologue[]

Gran Turismo 4[]

Gran Turismo HD Concept[]

Gran Turismo 5 Prologue[]

Gran Turismo 5[]

Premium Cars[]

Standard Cars[]

All cars from Gran Turismo 4.

Gran Turismo 6[]

Gran Turismo Sport[]

Gran Turismo 7[]

Car List Key[]

  • (*) = denotes a car that needs to be unlocked via a race or license
  • (**) = denotes a special colored version of a car that needs to be unlock via a race
  • (J) = denotes a Japanese version of a car
  • [R] = denotes a race car
  • [BM] = denotes a race car as a base model

Trivia[]

  • The theme music for the Nissan dealership in the NTSC-J version of GT1 is "The Drift of Air", which would be subsequently remixed in GT2 as the world map theme of Gran Turismo Mode and as one of the menu themes in GT4.
  • Most Nissan works race cars have a number 23 on them, as under gorowase wordplay, "two" translates in Japanese to "ni" and "three" translates in Japanese to "san", hence the "Nissan".

The Nissan Cefiro scenery car as it appears in GT5 and GT6 in the Tsukuba Circuit track, also appears in the Chamonix tracks in both games

  • A Nissan Cefiro can be seen as a trackside prop in GT5 and GT6, however said vehicle never appeared as a playable vehicle in any of the games.
  • Nissan is the only manufacturer in GT Sport that has cars in all five racing classes (Gr.B, Gr.4, Gr.3, Gr.2, and Gr.1).

Gallery[]

Gran Turismo 2[]

Gran Turismo 4[]


Notes[]

  1. Listed as a "Concept by GT" vehicle in the game
  2. Listed as a Concept by GT vehicle in the game
  3. This shows a used car’s version the Nissan Bluebird Deluxe 510 '69, both cars have the same vehicle banners and the used car’s version has a different car name.
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