For those who have everything there's the Signature Edition of Gran Turismo 5. It costs 179.99 and packs an SLS AMG toy car, black leather wallet, coffee table car art book, magazine with driving and tuning tips, USB key, key fob and a fancy "Obsidian Black" case.

What's more, that wallet contains a card that grants entry to a competition to win a real-life SLS AMG car.

The Signature Edition also offers nearly a dozen extra in-game cars. Half are pre-order "Stealth" cars, and the other half are "ChromeLine" vehicles from the Collector's Edition. These have "enhanced performance", according to the European PlayStation blog.

The Signature Edition must be the Ultimate Edition Amazon France blew the whistle on last month.

The Collector's Edition costs 80 and packs the magazine, a "commemorative" slip case, five art cards and those ChromeLine cars.

Gran Turismo 5 will be released on 2nd November, exclusively on PS3.

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