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Gran Turismo Portable is the first Gran Turismo game on a handheld, and it introduces some new features that would later appear in Gran Turismo 5 and 6.
The game does bring back most of the cars and tracks from Gran Turismo 4, but it also introduces new dealerships such as Farrai and Lumbergini, it also returns some tracks from Gran Turismo 3 and 4 as well. Unlike the earlier titles, where it would localize the dealership and car names by region (such Opel being Vuxshal in European versions) it rather includes every version of the car per region. And unlike the older titles, there isn't a seperate Arcade mode or Gran Turismo mode, rather, the modes are combined together.
The game does feature some content not used in the actual game, some of this content include:
- Gymkhana from Gran Turismo 4 (gymkhana_ps2)
- Tahiti Dirt route 3 (circle80_ps2 . forward)
- Hong Kong from Gran Turismo 4
- George V Paris from Gran Turismo 4
- There are many unused tracks in the game.
- this is the only game in the series where the "start" is also said by voice, not just sound effect.