Gran Turismo 7 Fastest Car Guide: All Details Revealed
By Jack O'Dwyer
Looking to get behind the wheel of the fastest car in Gran Turismo 7? We've got you covered.
Below, we've explored the answer behind what model is the fastest in the latest Gran Turismo release and how to go about adding it to your garage.
Are you ready to pilot this Dodge speed demon?
What is the Fastest Car in Gran Turismo 7?
The fastest car in Gran Turismo 7 (GT7) is the SRT Tomahawk X VGT.
Developed by Dodge, the Street & Racing Technology (SRT) Tomahawk X Vision Gran Turismo (VGT) is the pinnacle of speed and power. It has the following stats:
- Power: ~2590
- Engine: 144 degree 6.98 L V10, Pneumatic air system
- Weight: 1651.26 lbs. (749 kg)
- Drivetrain: Four-Wheel Drive (4WD)
- Displacement: 7000 cc
- Torque: 124.2
- Ratio: 1 lbs. (0.46 kg) : 1 hp
"The X is the ultimate expression of extreme performance," its description reads, "Colossal levels of lateral acceleration are achieved with the full complement of the Tomahawk X aerodynamic system, which includes nine independently actuating aerodynamic panels."
As the description explains, each of its panels can individually move closer in line with the body or blossom away from it to give it an aerodynamic signature similar to that of an airplane. This allows it to "bend" the car sideways and have it sail through turns.
It can reach top speeds of 404 mph with this method.
Due to the immense pressure these speeds would place on the human body, only the healthiest pilots are considered for training on this vehicle. Even with a G-suit, they'll need to attend an extensive seven-month program just to get behind the wheel. As an experimental car, its production year is set as 2035.
How to get the Fastest Car in Gran Turismo 7
The SRT Tomahawk X VGT was originally added to the franchise in GT6. Later, it reappeared in GT Sport and has since made it into GT7.
Throughout its features in-game, this vehicle has cost 1,000,000 credits from the Vision Gran Turismo dealership and Dodge section of Brand Central, respectively.