With Gran Turismo 7’s June update – Patch 1.17 – Polyphony Digital has added something a little bit different to the GT Café that acts as a hub for the game’s main single player. Gran Turismo 7 Extra Menus are a new twist on the Menu Books that you completed to reach the game’s end credits.
Update: With new Extra Menus added in July Update patch 1.19, we’ve updated this guide
What are Gran Turismo 7 Extra Menus?
When I say they’re a new twist, I really mean it. Extra Menus are identical to many of the regular Menu Books in that they task you with collecting three specific cars that have been grouped together by manufacturer, car family or theme, and then hands you a reward car or roulette ticket at the end. The difference? There’s no prescribed World Circuit events unlocked to help you complete them.
How do you unlock and complete the GT7 Extra Menus?
The Extra Menus are unlocked by completing Menu Book 39 – Championship: World GT Series – and having watched the end credits. After that point, if you have a Collector’s Level of 20, you’ll get the first two, and a Collector’s Level of 32 for the third.
So how do you go about collecting these three cars? Well, if you’ve been playing since launch, you will already have picked up some or all of these cars – some are even rewards for the main Menu Books! If you’ve not snagged them all just yet, then it’s a case of checking for them in Brand Central for cars after the year 2000, or the Used Car Dealership regularly to see if any of the older cars have landed in a stock update. Thankfully, you can now wishlist the cars from the Extra Menus, helping to highlight when they pop up in the UCD, or wherever else they might be.
Gran Turismo 7 Extra Menus
Extra Menu No. 1: ‘Collection: Toyota 86’
After Collector’s Level 20
- Toyota Corolla Levin 3door 1600GT APEX (AE86) ’83 – acquired in Menu Book 10
- Toyota 86 GT ’15 – Available in Brand Central
- Toyota GR86 RZ ’21 – Available in Brand Central
Reward: 4-Star Roulette Ticket
Extra Menu No. 2: ‘Collection: Honda Type R’
After Collector’s Level 20
- Honda Civic Type R (EK) ’98 – acquired in Menu Book 5
- Honda Integra Type R (DC2) ’98 – acquired in Menu Book 5
- Honda NSX Type R ’92
Reward: Honda NSX Gr.B Rally Car
Extra Menu No. 3: ‘Collection: Rotary Engine’
After Collector’s Level 32
- Mazda RX-7 GT-X (FC) ’90 – acquired as Gold Reward for Mission Challenge – Beyond the Horizon
- Mazda RX-7 Spirit R-Type A (FD) ’02 – Available in Brand Central
- Mazda RX-8 Spirit R ’12 – Available in Brand Central
Reward: 6-Star Roulette Ticket (Engine)
Extra Menu No. 4: ‘Collection: Nissan Fairlady Z’
After Collector’s Level 29
- Nissan Fairlady Z 300ZX TwinTurbo 2seater (Z32) ’89
- Nissan Fairlady Z Version S (Z33) ’07 – acquired in Menu Book 18
- Nissan Performance ’23 – Available in Brand Central
Reward: GReddy Fugu Z
Extra Menu No. 5: ‘Collection: Dodge Viper’
After Collector’s Level 34
- Dodge Viper GTS ’02 – Available in Brand Central
- Dodge Viper SRT10 Coupe ’06 – Available in Brand Central
- Dodge Viper GTS ’13 – Available in Brand Central
Reward: 6-Star Roulette Ticket (Parts)
Those are all the Extra Menus in GT7 as of June 2022, but expect Polyphony to add more of these to the game over time. We’ll update this list with new Extra Menus whenever they appear.
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