Gran Turismo Sport
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Video Game (2017)
Gran Turismo Sport is a car racing game and includes "Sports Mode" and "Arcade Mode". Online racing is also featured in the game. Gran Turismo Sport also features two championships held simultaneously throughout the year: the Nations Cup, where players represent their country, and the Manufacturers Cup, where players represent their favorite car manufacturer. The FIA manages the series directly as they would with any of their other race series. The winners of the championships are honored at the FIA's annual prize-giving ceremony in Paris.
Note: This is a Video Game. Aircraft portrayed in this production may not be entirely accurate or represent an actual aircraft, however, where a reasonable depiction of an actual aircraft has been created, it has been identified as best as possible.
- 1 In-game photos
- 2 In-game "Museum"
- 2.1 1896 Deutschland airship
- 2.2 Wright Flyer I
- 2.3 Ryan NYP Spirit of St. Louis
- 2.4 Piper PA-28
- 2.5 Scaled Composites SpaceShipOne
- 2.6 Unidentified Aircraft
- 2.7 Arado Ar 234
- 2.8 Unidentified Aircraft
- 2.9 Unidentified Aircraft
- 2.10 Zeppelin LZ 129 Hindenburg
- 2.11 Breguet 14
- 2.12 Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde
- 2.13 Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer
- 2.14 Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III
- 2.15 Mooney M20K Model 231
- 2.16 Unidentified Farman Aircraft
- 2.17 Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle
- 2.18 Nakajima AT-2 (Ki-34)
- 3 Prop aircraft
- 4 See also
In the game, Scapes is a feature that lets player position a car in scenes (in-game photos) from around the world and take photos.
At JAL hangar in Tōkyō Kokusai Haneda Kūkō/Tokyo Haneda International Airport (HND/RJTT).
Reg. JA8398 Boeing 767-346 of JAL-Japan Airlines, c/n 27312/548, built in 1994.
Reg. JA007D Boeing 777-289 of JAL-Japan Airlines, c/n 27639/134, built in 1998.
Reg. JA318J Boeing 737-846(WL) of JAL-Japan Airlines, c/n 35347/2830, built in 2009, and Reg. JA007D Boeing 777-289 of JAL-Japan Airlines.
Reg. JA341J Boeing 737-846(WL) of JAL-Japan Airlines, c/n 40356/3906, built in 2012.
(From left to right) Reg. JA318J Boeing 737-846(WL), (probably) Reg. JA341J Boeing 737-846(WL) and Reg. JA8398 Boeing 767-346, of JAL-Japan Airlines.
At a hangar in Nagoya Airfield (NKM/RJNA).
1896 Deutschland airship
In the background.
SpaceShipOne was registered as N328KF.
Ferrari Museum. Aircraft in the background.
Mini Museum. Aircraft in the background.
Registration OY-KRA, c/n 6 built in 1959.
Reg. D-EAFE Mooney M20K Model 231, c/n 25-0854.
Renault Sport Museum.
Renault Sport Museum.
Nakajima AT-2 (Ki-34)
Reg. J-BBON Nakajima AT-2 (Ki-34) of Dai Nippon Kōkū Kabushiki Kaisha (Imperial Japanese Airways).
Fictional airline Blue Moon Bay, livery based on American Airlines.
The game's aircraft model shows 6 engines, but the real C-5 Galaxy has just 4 engines. The real aircraft also has no winglets.