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the internet domain name for
(Computer Science) Guatemala

GT

abbreviation for
(Automotive Engineering) gran turismo: a high-performance luxury sports car with a hard fixed roof, designed for covering long distances

GT

a high-speed, two-door model of a four-door sedan.
[g(rand) t(ouring)]

gt.

1. gilt.
2. great.
Translations

GT

N ABBR =gran turismoGT

GT

abbr of gran turismoGT

GT

[ˌdʒiːˈtiː] n abbr (Aut) =gran turismoGT f
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Patrick dela Rosa saved his best for last and ruled the GT Final race to pad his overall lead after four legs of the 2017 Yokohama Philippine Grand Touring Car Championships at Batangas Racing Circuit.
The family trustees are Doug, himself a grand touring car champion, Jim's nephew Ian Calder and Doug's son-in-law Ben Smith.
A bigger challenge awaits the country's top circuit racers as the 2015 Yokohama Philippine Grand Touring Car Championships Series kicks off tomorrow at the Clark International Speedway.
in 1963 with the objective of producing a refined grand touring car to compete with offerings from established marques like Ferrari.
Aston Martin, a United Kingdom-based automaker, is revamping its DB9 grand touring car for 2013.
The XJ-S was always more grand touring car than sports car and for three decades we've been waiting for Jaguar to bring a new E-Type to the market.
The series is one of the most prominent grand touring car championships in the world, regularly supporting rounds on the Formula One World Championship.
The BMW Gran Turismo combines the characteristic features of a prestigious sedan, the functionality and space of an SAV (sport activity vehicle) and elements of a traditional grand touring car.
An embodiment of the leading premium automotive manufacturer's commitment to innovation, the BMW Gran Turismo combines the characteristic features of a prestigious sedan, the functionality and space of an SAV and elements of a traditional grand touring car.
There will also be the launch of the CR Scuderia Grand Touring Car Team.
According to Subaru, the B5-TPH concept features the company's emerging Turbo Parallel Hybrid (TPH) powertrain system and lithium-ion battery technology in a two-seat grand touring car.
The line-up also features the Toyota GT-One, which still holds the Le Mans race lap record it set in the 1999, together with the IMSA championship-winning Toyota Eagle Mark III and the Castrol Tom's Toyota Supra which won the 1997 All-Japan Grand Touring Car Championship.