Vauxhall Motors are a British car manufacturer which features throughout the Gran Turismo series. They are the sister company of Opel, and both Opel and Vauxhall have appeared in every mainline game since Gran Turismo 2, with the exception of Gran Turismo Sport. The company was founded by Alexander Wilson in 1857 as a pump and marine engine manufacturer and began manufacturing cars in 1903.

Car List[edit | edit source]

Gran Turismo 2[edit | edit source]

Gran Turismo 3[edit | edit source]

Gran Turismo Concept[edit | edit source]

Gran Turismo 4[edit | edit source]

Gran Turismo PSP[edit | edit source]

Gran Turismo 5[edit | edit source]

Standard Cars[edit | edit source]

All cars from GT4

Gran Turismo 6[edit | edit source]

Simple Cars[edit | edit source]

All Standard Cars from GT5

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In earlier games, until Gran Turismo 4, Vauxhall was only featured in the PAL version of the games. This manufacturer would be later included in the NTSC versions of the games starting with Gran Turismo PSP.
    • In order to access the Vauxhall dealership in Gran Turismo 2 and Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec, setting the language to English in the language selection screen is required. Any other language selected doesn't show the Vauxhall dealership, showing the Opel dealership instead. This was fixed in Gran Turismo 4, in where both the Opel and Vauxhall dealerships appear no matter the language.
      • The cars of this manufacturer can be also accessed in the NTSC versions of Gran Turismo 2, but only through cheat devices such as GameShark.
      • Vauxhall billboards can also be seen in the NTSC versions of GT2, even though their cars aren't available on those versions.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. The original company was founded in 1857, but moved into automotive engineering in 1903.

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