Gran Turismo, created by Sony, is one of the best selling game franchises. As of September 2015, the series has sold 76.84 million units worldwide.[1][2] The series has also grossed $4 billion in sales revenue as of 2013.[3]

There have been Six "full" Gran Turismo games released, two on the PlayStation and on thePlayStation 2 and 2 on the PlayStation 3. Four comparatively partial versions were released in limited regions between Gran Turismo 3 and 4: three different Concept games, and Gran Turismo 4 Prologue. Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec on the PlayStation 2 is one of the best selling games.


Sales data from

Year Platform Title Worldwide
(in Millions)
(in Millions)
(in Millions)
1997 PS1 Gran Turismo 10.85 3.99 4.30
1999 PS1 Gran Turismo 2 9.37 3.96 3.68
2001 PS2 Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec 14.89 7.14 5.85
2002 PS2 Gran Turismo Concept series 1.56 1.00
2003 PS2 Gran Turismo 4 Prologue 1.40 .45
2005 PS2 Gran Turismo 4 11.73 3.47 6.83
2008 PS3 Gran Turismo 5 Prologue 5.35 1.34 3.15
2009 PSP Gran Turismo PSP 4.65 1.04 3.16
2010 PS3 Gran Turismo 5 11.95 3.44 7.38
2013 PS3 Gran Turismo 6 5.01 1.15 3.12


Gran TurismoEdit

Gran Turismo was the first release of a new franchise. 10.85 million units were sold worldwide, 3.99 million in America and 2.55 million in Japan.[4]

Gran Turismo 2Edit

Gran Turismo 2 sold over a million units less then the first release. The sells in America were nearly constant, but Japans sales fell to 1.71 million.[4]

Gran Turismo 3: A-SpecEdit

Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec was the first GT on the PlayStation 2 and sold pretty well. Sales in America increased over 80% compared to GT2, only Japan fell short with an increase of only 180,000.[4]

Gran Turismo 4Edit

Gran Turismo 4 sales went into different directions depending on the area. In America and Japan, the sales dropped down heavily under those of GT2. In the rest of the world it managed to sell 640,000 units more than GT3. Even though it was the most successful game in the other regions, overall the sales fell by over 3 million compared to GT3 due to the drop in America.

Gran Turismo 5Edit

Gran Turismo 5 was released 5 years after GT4. In November 2010, the game sold 10 million units as of 2013.[4].[5]


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