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Gran Turismo Concept: 2002 Tokyo-Geneva (2001 Tokyo), Racing, 2002

Developer: Polyphony Digital

Publisher: Sony

Damageable vehicles: No

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Star Wars Fanatic EN (487)

2007-12-23 00:18

Gran Turismo Concept was really something of a misfit when it was launched back in 2002. As the successor to Gran Turismo 3, it was percieved more as an expansion pack than a fully fledged sequel due to the glaring omission of a GT mode, instead consisting of an arcade mode designed to be more accessible to casual players. However, its main appeal lied in its car selection which comprised of various concept cars which were, at the time, recently revealed at motor shows. Despite this however, a large quantity of the selection of cars were not concept cars, which was somewhat misleading, although there were a few other new vehicles that were previously absent from GT3, again constituting to the expansion pack vibe. The tracks of GT Concept were also reused, with the exception of the newly revamped Autumn Ring, which had not been seen since GT2, along with a specially modified version of Clubman for the exclusive Toyota pod race. Whilst GT Concept has an appealing selection of cars, its lack of additional structured content made it a disjointed experience, and even some of the concept cars felt like novelties - the screamingly woeful Japanese oddity that is the flagship Toyota pod being a prime example.

There were also 3 different versions of the game - GT Concept 2001 Tokyo was launched in conjunction with the Tokyo Motor Show and contained many cars that were newly revealed. In succession to this, 2002 Tokyo-Seoul was launched in Korea, which contained all cars featured in 2001 Tokyo along with several new Korean marketed cars. Finally, 2002 Tokyo-Geneva was released in Europe as the most complete package, incorporating all cars that had been featured in the previous two versions.

J-2 ES (1321)

2007-12-23 01:00


I loved the Toyota pod challenge, the cars were so funny, they moved the antennas when 2 cars were close... :D

It´s a shame they were not included in final game... :(

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Red Grant

2007-12-23 01:05

That's because the Pod was designed to have a system that allows drivers to communicate with each other

J-2 ES (1321)

2007-12-23 01:35

Red Grant wrote That's because the Pod was designed to have a system that allows drivers to communicate with each other

Yeah, i know that, i also know that the real car detect if you are angry, then, it put your favourite song on the radio :D

And the challenge circuit was cool too.

Rinspeed FR (1229)

2007-12-23 09:25

i think you hadnt finished this page SWF no? (see here

Star Wars Fanatic EN (487)

2007-12-23 12:15

No, I need to unlock the remaining cars.


2009-04-16 21:50

Toyota pod
This car is so idiotic in real life. it stands for Personnel On Demand.

Ford78 PT (13)

2010-01-12 20:08

But the game isn´t complete

Rinspeed FR (1229)

2010-01-12 20:35

Ford78 your pictures are too small or you don't post pictures so i cant accept them

Ford78 PT (13)

2010-09-15 16:43

There are a lot of cars missing


2010-09-21 13:19

Ford78 wrote There are a lot of cars missing

Sim, este jogo tem muitos mais carros. Especialmente o 206CC, que joguei com ele mts vezes.


2011-05-30 17:30

Haven't played this in ages, mainly because the disc is scratched and can only race on Midfield Raceway. The biggest things I can remember about it right now are:

1. Toyota Pod race
2. Unlock the ability to complete all GT3 licenses and get 10,000,000 Credits in GT mode
3. Lots of the cars were the same as GT3, and some of the A.I. cars were from GT3 as well but inaccessible for use in this
4. Pace car on the licenses
5. You could crash on the license tests and go off road, but never fail the test
6. HUGE amounts of understeer on all the cars

TakuFD3S ID (9)

2011-05-31 06:58

lol i got gold in all driving licenses on this game :-D

ACE the ultimatum FI (37)

2011-10-05 18:12


Mieguy DE (140)

2011-10-06 09:02

ACE the ultimatum wrote I WANT TO PLAY THIS GAME AND DRIVE Toyota Pod!!!

if you have, you won't drive it anymore ^^ but the dogtail is very funny, i have to admit.

mosconstein IT (2)

2011-12-15 13:41

i add hidden cars

mosconstein IT (2)

2012-01-19 16:38

Star Wars Fanatic wrote No, I need to unlock the remaining cars.

add remaining cars!

ItsaUserName EN (69)

2012-02-22 18:01

I'm adding some hidden cars that are able to be played via Gameshark. Labelling them as unplayable. (this is why we need the playable under special circumstances star)

-- Last edit: 2012-02-22 18:34:52

RacerToni98 HR (2)

2012-07-06 12:18

10 years of Tokyo Geneva. 2002-2012

SuperLemonDrop CA (0)

2016-11-12 00:42

Someone tried to pass off a fake version of this at my local Thrift Store recently! I know some people do that, but there isn't really a point with such an obscure game. 'twas 5 bucks.

Burn Rubber US (346)

2016-11-12 14:53

I've never played this before, But it looks like a GT game made entirely of cars unveiled at some concept car show like Detroit.

Gravion VE (0)

2019-03-23 18:28

I find it very interesting

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