Gran Turismo 7’s full car list is packed with more than 400 vehicles and a sizeable chunk of those are made up of legendary cars, the rarest and most sought after vehicles by drivers. But, in Gran Turismo 7, not all of the legendary cars are available all the time.
Instead, the cars rotate out and change regularly, with some also selling out and becoming unpurchaseable, so you will need to buy them while you can. Legendary cars however are also not cheap. Some reach into the millions of credits in terms of cost, so you will want to make sure the purchase is right for you before you put down a large chunk of Credits.
So, if you are looking to know whether or not you should save your Credits for a vehicle you’d prefer, continue reading for our Gran Turismo 7 Legendary cars list. This list will be updated as new cars are added.
Gran Turismo 7 Legendary Cars
There are more than 70 Gran Turismo 7 Legendary cars, although this list will grow with time as new are added and we only have the prices of a select few:
- Alfa Romero 155 2.5 V6 TI ’93 – 800,000 Credits
- Alfa Romero Giulia TZ2 carrozzata da Zagato ’65 – 3,100,000 Credits
- De Toamso Mangsta ’69 – unknown price
- Ferrari F50 ’96 – 3,300,000 Credits
- Ford Mark IV Race Car ’67 – 4,600,000 Credits
- Jaguar E-type Coupé ’61 – 162,000 Credits
- Plymouth XNFI Ghia Roadster ’60 – unknown price
- Porsche 356 A/1500 GS Carrera ’56 – 615,000 Credits
- Shelby G.T.350 ’65 – unknown price
- Toyota Supra GT500 ’97 – 1,500,000 Credits
That covers all the Gran Turismo 7 legendary cars in the game. For more deep dives on Polyphony’s racer, check out our rundown of Gran Turismo 7’s split screen mode.