Cars in GTA 6

26 January 2024
Mad Knight

Cars in GTA, like weapons, are an important component of gameplay. The more diverse transportation, the more interesting. In addition, each car has its own features and allows you to pass the same tasks in different ways. In GTA 6 fleet will be expanded with new models, but will return a lot of old and famous cars. In this article we will tell about all the famous cars from the novelty.

Let's start with those models that will be transferred to GTA 6 from previous parts.

Annis Elegy Retro Custom

A two-door sports car introduced in Grand Theft Auto Online. Elegy Retro Custom is based on the Nissan Skyline GT-R of several generations. Elegy Retro Custom is a classic version of Elegy RH8, reminiscent of Elegy from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas with a more realistic appearance.

Because of its age, the Elegy Retro Custom is much slower than the original Elegy RH8. However, it is still one of the top choices in the sport class due to its all-wheel drive, which provides better acceleration and handling. The Elegy Retro Custom's strengths are mainly found in tight corners.

Annis Hellion

Annis Hellion is an off-road truck that appears in Grand Theft Auto Online. The car can be seen in traffic on a busy highway in the first trailer. Compared to the design in GTA Online, the truck has a set of chrome or steel wheels. The Hellion has a very "linear" design: a rectangular front end with headlights, turn signals on the outer edges and a bulky front bumper.

Overall performance is average. The Hellion handles well off-road and on pavement and can easily tackle steep climbs, though its large tires are vulnerable to gunfire, so bulletproof rubber is necessary. Nevertheless, it is a very durable and sturdy vehicle.

Albany Buccaneer

The Buccaneer is a two-door muscle car coupe found in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Grand Theft Auto IV (where it is mistakenly called the Bucanneer), Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, and Grand Theft Auto V. It is also used in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

In GTA V, the Buccaneer's performance is average. It has poor acceleration, average speed and good brakes. It is modeled after the Buick Riviera and is used by gangs.

Albany Buccaneer Custom

A two-door lowrider making its first appearance in Grand Theft Auto Online. The car can be seen parked behind PMP 700 in the first trailer at 0:27 seconds.

Compared to GTA Online, the car has much higher profile tires. It also has a new coloring that is not available for the Buccaneer Custom in GTA Online. Instead of the Buccaneer's two-tone coloring, the Buccanner Custom has only one main color on the body and lower frames, but makes up for it with the interior color.

The Buccaneer Custom is largely identical to the standard Buccaneer, the only difference being that it has a lowered suspension, making the Buccaneer Custom seem like a more stable and responsive car than the regular version.

Albany Primo

Primo is a four-door sedan appearing in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Grand Theft Auto IV, Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. Designed as a standard mid-size sedan, it borrows most of the design features from its previous version, but has a slightly larger front end and is generally rounded at the edges. The front bumper features a license plate and fog lamps, while the grille bears the appropriate Albany badges.

Extended wheel arches and side yellow parking lights are used on the sides, along with black inner pillars and black square mirrors. Its wheelbase appears lower, giving it a sportier look.

In terms of performance, the car is inferior to its counterparts for the most part. However, it remains crash-resistant and unusually competitive in its class, especially for a car in this price category.

Benefactor Dubsta

Benefactor Dubsta is a four-door SUV in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. The vehicle appears near the end of the first trailer (1:10) of GTA 6.

The SUV appears to have undergone a facelift with a new front grille, badge and front bumper, but the lighting and overall body shape remain relatively untouched. The Dubsta has classic European styling and many elements very reminiscent of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class 463. The overall styling is very square, with an emphasis on overcoming obstacles rather than outward beauty.

Unfortunately, the SUV suffers from severe body roll both on and off-road. Hitting a bump or small debris at high speed can completely flip the vehicle over. Fortunately, this could be remedied with upgrades. The heavy weight is useful when ramming other vehicles.

Benefactor Schafter MK2

The second-generation Benefactor Schafter is a luxury four-door sedan featured in The Ballad of Gay Tony, Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. "The second-generation Schafter has a modernized exterior with an enlarged grille and LED strips underneath two bi-xenon lights in the headlights. The Schafter can appear in monotone and two-tone variants, with the secondary color applied to the hood, roof and trunk. The car uses a set of large chrome wheels.

The Schafter is considered one of the fastest cars in the sedan class, with a higher top speed than any other car (except the Super Diamond) and excellent acceleration. It has no tendency to oversteer due to excessive grip, so it retains most of its speed in corners, making the Schafter ideal for racing use. Crash deformation is acceptable.

Benefactor Serrano

Serrano is a four-door crossover SUV featured in The Ballad of Gay Tony, Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. The Serrano has the primary color on the body, and the secondary color, which only its modified version has, on the grille surround, hood, and roof panel. The car has the same wide five-spoke wheels as the Habanero, but they appear deeper.

The car produces a moderate amount of torque. The all-wheel drive allows the car to perform well off-road.

Benefactor Schlagen GT

Schlagen GT is a sports car that appeared in Grand Theft Auto Online. The car is almost an exact copy of the Mercedes-AMG GT, and depending on the external tuning is more reminiscent of certain modifications. When comparing with the AMG GT can be seen almost perfect duplication of body proportions, stylistic appearance, aggressive front of the car. External tuning in general is quite rich. It is possible to change any element of the car, including the location of the exhaust system.

Schlagen GT has a decent acceleration and excellent controllability in small realignments. After a full upgrade, the car can accelerate up to 196 kilometers per hour, which makes it one of the fastest sports cars of the game. It's important to remember that the Schlagen GT is rear-wheel drive, which means it has a tendency to skid. However, this process is fairly easy to control, making the model suitable for drifting.

Bravado Buffalo STX

The Bravado Buffalo STX is a four-door maslcar featured in Grand Theft Auto Online. It is based on the 2015 Dodge Charger (LD). Much of its design stays true to the Charger, with the look of the front and rear bumpers inspired by SRT models. The primary color of the car is applied to the body, while the secondary color is applied to the interior trim. The trim color is also available for the dashboard, part of the door panels and the interior parts of the seats. The car is fitted with dual 5-spoke wheels equipped with low-profile tires.

The overall performance of the Buffalo STX is at the highest level for the Muscle class and can even compete with some sport class cars. It has a high top speed and excellent acceleration. It also doesn't lose traction in tight turns at high speeds and doesn't even slip like other Muscle cars. With 100% armor enhancement, the Buffalo STX can withstand two homing missiles but will be destroyed by a single grenade launcher. It also has bulletproof windows that can withstand 15 rounds from most firearms before shattering.

Bravado Banshee

The Banshee is a sports car featured in all games of the Grand Theft Auto series. The Banshee appears in Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto V as a convertible with a folding hardtop. The car comes in standard monochromatic coloring or with a stripe down the center of the body.

In GTA Online, it is available for in-depth upgrades at Benny's Machine Shop, turning the sports car into a Banshee 900R supercar, likely a reference to the Dodge Viper Venom 1000. In GTA IV and GTA V, the Banshee is a very fast car.

Bravado Bison

The Bravado Bison is a mid-sized, double-cab pickup truck appearing in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. The design of the truck is sporty. The Bison features a grille similar to the one on the second-generation Toyota Tundra. The rear end as well as side mirrors are based on the twelfth generation Ford F-150. The Bison is one of the pickup trucks in the game capable of towing a trailer with a hook.

"The Bison" is capable of a good top speed, but it leaves a lot to be desired in terms of acceleration. Like the Dodge Ram, it handles well off-road thanks to the 4WD transmission, but it lacks stability, which is especially noticeable in off-road races. The Bison has plenty of power and excellent torque, allowing it to climb steep hills with ease.

Bravado Gauntlet Hellfire

The Gauntlet Hellfire is a modern version of the Gauntlet vehicle added to Grand Theft Auto Online. The Gauntlet Hellfire has a decent speed and has very good acceleration.

Handling is average at lower speeds, but the maslcar is prone to sliding and can even turn around at higher speeds. Only good driving skills can keep this from happening. Braking is the same as the Gauntlet Classic.

Bravado Gauntlet Classic Custom

The Bravado Gauntlet Classic Custom is a maslcar featured in Grand Theft Auto Online. The Gauntlet Classic Custom strongly resembles a 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona, although the sleek shape of the nose fairing makes it look like a 1970 Plymouth Superbird. The car is thus inspired by the short-lived NASCAR generation, the "aero warriors" of the early 1970s, when Dodge manufacturers were experimenting with aerodynamically enhanced versions of their Charger and Road Runner models, respectively.

The car's primary color is applied to the body, while a secondary color is applied to the roof. Trim color is also available for much of the interior, including the dashboard, steering wheel, door panels and interior stitching. The wheels have been replaced with plain rims with high-profile custom tires.

The Custom variant performs much better than the standard Gauntlet Classic variant. Its acceleration is much improved and top speed can even equal the Gauntlet Hellfire. The handling and suspension remain from the standard version, making the car stable when hitting bumps and curbs at higher speeds. However, as speeds increase, the understeer problem will become more serious, causing the car to lose control and slip out of corners.

Bravado Oceanic

Oceanic is a four-door sedan from Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories. It looks like cars designed in the late 1950s and early 60s.

The Oceanic has good speed and handling, but is prone to skidding when taking sharp turns at high speed. It can also take a lot of collisions.

Bravado Police Buffalo

Bravado Police Buffalo is a police car that was available in GTA 5 and GTA Online. This police car is a modification of the regular Buffalo muscle car.

Compared to other police vehicles, Police Buffalo has better acceleration dynamics, power and a good top speed — 233 km/hr. Inexperienced drivers may have some problems with driving this maslcar, especially at high speeds, but with the right level of skill, the Police Buffalo turns into an almost indispensable car for pursuit. The main advantage that sets it apart from the regular Buffalo is its much better durability, which means that it can withstand multiple hits or collisions and then be able to continue the chase.

Bravado Rumpo

The Rumpo retains its overall design throughout the series, being a mid-sized van capable of carrying four passengers (two in the front, two in the back). It appears in traffic on a busy highway in the first trailer (1:04) of GTA 6.

The Rumpo in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online has average acceleration compared to other vans. The vehicle is quite maneuverable and easily takes corners at low speeds. Stability is average. The Rumpo has the advantage of high ground clearance, allowing it to easily traverse rough terrain.

Bravado Youga Classic

The Bravado Youga Classic is a full-size vintage van featured in Grand Theft Auto Online. It is largely based on the 1969-1974 Ford Econoline cargo van, as seen in the overall design and front end details.

Overall, the Youga Classic has similar performance to its modern counterpart. It has a low revving diesel engine, slow speed and acceleration. However, unlike the Youga, the car has a slightly higher suspension and is therefore more suitable for rough terrain. The lack of power means it lacks off-road potential, even with upgrades. But it has decent durability and can withstand collisions and gunfire. Overall, the Youga Classic is more preferable because of the looks than the technical advantages.

Declasse Tulip

Declasse Tulip is a maslcar featured in Grand Theft Auto Online. Tulip is mostly based on the 1972 Chevelle Malibu with a few small parts taken from other American cars of that era.

The Tulip's speed and handling are remarkable, though it will take some getting used to. There are moments of increased wheelspin when touching down. The car can be "twitchy" over bumps, and if you turn too sharply without steering it properly, you risk losing control of the car. Even with a fully upgraded suspension, oversteer problems still occur. Still, the Tulip is quite competitive in races and can easily catch up to equally fast cars in the hands of an experienced driver.

Declasse Tulip M-100

Declasse Tulip M-100 is a two-door maslcar featured in Grand Theft Auto Online. The Tulip M-100 is largely based on the 1980 Chevrolet Malibu Coupe with very minor design changes. The grille looks like a mixture of the 1975 and 1979 Chevrolet Impala, and the taillights, while retaining the Malibu's shape, have a similar layout and texture to the Mercedes-Benz W126.

The car is powered by a V8 engine with a rectangular air filter installed, arranged in a front-engine configuration with rear-wheel drive through a 3-speed transmission.

Enus Jubilee

Enus Jubilee is a luxury four-door SUV that appeared in Grand Theft Auto Online, should also pop up in Grand Theft Auto VI. Jubilee is based on the Rolls-Royce Cullinan.

The Jubilee can be modified with a missile capture jammer, which prevents the homing launcher system from targeting it.

If the Armor enhancement is installed, the vehicle gains protection on the sides similar to armored vehicles. It also has bulletproof windows that can withstand 15 rounds from most firearms before shattering.

Gallivanter Baller

The first-generation Gallivanter Baller is a four-door, full-size SUV appearing in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. The design is loosely based on the L322 Range Rover with elements of the updated L320 Range Rover Sport. However, it has a less luxurious appearance, for example, the front fascia is similar to General Motors' GMT400 series model, while the rear fascia, including the shape of the taillights, was borrowed from the fourth-generation Ford Explorer (U251).

The first-generation Baller is quite slow and heavy, and has a large turning radius. Acceleration is average, from 0 to 100 in about 8 seconds, but like any Land Rover, the Baller is capable of climbing steep hills and demonstrates decent off-road performance. Another advantage is durability — it's one of the most durable vehicles in the game. The car is prone to understeer at high speeds, probably due to poor weight distribution.

Grotti Carbonizzare

The Grotti Carbonizzare is a grand car appearing in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online, and is also set to appear in Grand Theft Auto VI. The car's design draws inspiration from the British-Italian styling found in the Aston Martin V12 Zagato and Ferrari F12.

The Carbonizzare is a mid-range sports car, with good acceleration and top speed. Its handling is very well balanced between understeer and oversteer, making it easy to steer and leveling out slippage. Understeer is more pronounced at high speeds, but it is easy to control. Crash deformation is acceptable. While the Carbonizzare is very well balanced overall, the car lacks potential for more experienced drivers.

Grotti Cheetah Classic

The Grotti Cheetah Classic is a sports car that appears in Grand Theft Auto Online and is due to appear in Grand Theft Auto VI. The design looks a lot like the Ferrari Testarossa with front elements taken from the Ferrari 328.

The Cheetah Classic is one of the best in its class. It is safe to say that in most Sports Classics races this car will allow you to win. The Cheetah Classic has better grip, which reduces the chances of slipping in corners even in inexperienced hands. Braking also works well, giving the driver enough time to react to a sudden event and prevent an accident. All in all, the Cheetah Classic is not only good for everyday driving, but also ideal for professional race tracks.

Grotti Furia

The Grotti Furia is a two-door supercar appearing in Grand Theft Auto Online and seen in the Grand Theft Auto VI trailer. The Furia was originally introduced as one of the mission-only and escape vehicles. Later the car became available for purchase. In the first trailer, the car appears on a busy Weiss City freeway (0:25).

The Furia is a good all-around car. Thanks to the drivetrain configuration, the car has excellent traction combined with good, though not the best, handling at high speeds. Acceleration is not bad as the Furia is an all-wheel drive car, but top speed is quite mediocre. After a complete upgrade, the Furia accelerates to 196.3 kilometers per hour, but it's still slower than many models in its class.

Despite being similar in size and shape to most conventional supercars, the Furia is surprisingly stable. The car's body can withstand impacts and rollovers, especially when enhanced with armor.

Imponte Ruiner

The Imponte Ruiner is a maslcar appearing in Grand Theft Auto IV, Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online, and is also due to appear in Grand Theft Auto VI. The Ruiner is largely inspired by a mix between a third-generation Pontiac Firebird and a Chevrolet Camaro, also third-generation, which is evident in the front fascia elements and the entire rear panel, as well as references to many other 1980s maslcars and coupes.

Acceleration is very good, close to cars with a much higher price tag. Its top speed is excellent. The model is quick and controlled.

The suspension is moderately stiff, giving the Ruiner much-needed grip in corners, yet soft enough to have fun with. In terms of handling, the Ruiner exhibits excellent performance with consistent grip, controlled traction loss and plenty of torque. Braking is very good, if not one of the best in its class. Crash deformation is acceptable, the car can withstand several collisions at high speed before stalling.

Imponte Phoenix

The Phoenix is a two-door maslcar appearing in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. The car had either a single body color or a randomly painted stripe in the middle.

The Phoenix has a high top speed and decent acceleration. It also has excellent torque and can tackle steep hills with ease. Unfortunately, the car is not perfect in its design. Poor weight distribution and a light rear end leads to oversteer, especially at high speeds. The rear end is too agile, and crashes and slips can happen more often in this car than others. Strength is below average, and in the event of a rollover, there is the potential for loss of fenders, bumpers, hood, and other parts.

Invetero Coquette D10

The Invetero Coquette D10 is a sports car appearing in Grand Theft Auto Online. In the first GTA 6 trailer (0:31), the blue-colored car can be seen parked behind a Landstalker XL on an Ocean Drive-inspired road in Weiss Beach. The Coquette D10 is an almost exact replica of the Corvette C8.

The Coquette D10 has much better performance than previous versions, having very good acceleration, top speed and handling. However, its performance cannot compete with that of higher-end cars such as the Itali GTO and Pariah.

Although the Invetero Coquette D10 sometimes slips during sharp turns, it can be dealt with. Crash deformation is not bad for a high-performance sports car, the car can take a fair amount of damage before it starts to fail.

Jobuilt Phantom

The Jobuilt Phantom is a tractor-trailer appearing in Grand Theft Auto IV, Grand Theft Auto V, and Grand Theft Auto Online. Phantom is also equipped with a CB radio, so you can occasionally hear conversations between truckers.

The truck is available in several colors and also uses the same industrial wheels as the previous version, which can be spotted on vehicles like the Mule and Benson.

The car turns out to be a decent vehicle for traveling long distances due to its acceptable speed and excellent durability. It is not recommended for off-road use due to its heavy weight and slow acceleration on slopes.

Jobuilt Rubble

The Jobuilt Rubble is a dump truck featured in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. Rubble is based on the Peterbilt 359 dump truck with references to the 1984 Peterbilt 359 EXHD.

The truck is very heavy and can tip over due to its huge size. Overall, many of the car's features are borrowed from the Phantom, although the top speed seems to be lower, and because of the greater weight, the car has difficulty cornering. The heavy weight also means that the car is not inferior to other large trucks in its ability to ram other vehicles with relative ease, the durability is also respectable.

Karin Futo

A compact tuned sports coupe featured in Grand Theft Auto IV, Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. Futo is based on the 1983-1987 Toyota Corolla Levin AE86, with references to the 1983-1985 Nissan Skyline DR30 RS Turbo.

The car appears in a variety of colors, with the primary color on the top side and the secondary color on the bottom side. The rims feature an additional color that alternates between white (the most common color), black, and gold (the rarest). The car uses a set of eight-spoke wheels shod in medium profile tires. A good choice for asphalt racing and drifting, these tires are similar to those found on much higher-end cars such as the Sentinel "XS" and Super GT.

In the fifth installment, the Futo is improved with a higher top speed and acceleration, but still retains most of the qualities found on the GTA IV version. However, all the improvements are not enough to compete with most sports cars in the game, as their top speed and acceleration are further increased.

Nevertheless, the Futo is still an excellent choice for transportation and recreation.The mass has been significantly reduced, robbing the car of its ramming power. Despite such controversial features, they leave the car with incredible potential, and an experienced driver can make the Futo as functional as any other sports car with a higher price tag.

In racing, the car is more useful on tracks with lots of corners, as the Futo has more responsive braking than other sports cars, and its speed is not enough to take the lead on a long straight. Rain on the track affects the Futo a lot, as the rear end tends to sway in such conditions.Despite this, the car is still small, powerful and enjoyable to drive.

Karin Intruder

A four-door sports sedan featured in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Grand Theft Auto IV, its add-ons, Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online.

The Intruder resembles the Infiniti Q45 (2002-2006), but the rear of the car looks like a 1996 or 1997 Infiniti I30. The car also has a few exterior elements from the Toyota Mark II (X110). The Intruder is powered by a 4.8-liter V8 engine. Quite sharp for its size and well suited for chases.

Maibatsu Penumbra

A two-door coupe in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. The car's design is clearly based on the 2012 Mitsubishi Eclipse. The Penumbra features a simplified aerodynamic profile typical of sports coupes. The primary color of the car is applied on the body and interior stitching, while the secondary color is present on the lower parts of the car, the center section of the front bumper, mirrors, handles and roof panel. The wheels appear to be identical to the Uzer sport rims.

The Penumbra's performance is only slightly above average compared to various cars in the same class. Its top speed is satisfactory, and with modifications it can rise to the level of the Fusilade. Acceleration, however, is distinctly lacking. This may be due to its bulky appearance and heavy frame, which may also be contributed to by the rather weak brakes. Handling is the trump card in Penumbra's hands: the car is fast and responsive at almost any speed. In general, the basic characteristics of the car are decent, and with the right modifications can become even better.

Maibatsu Sanchez

The Sanchez is an off-road motorcycle, first introduced in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and featured in almost every Grand Theft Auto game since. The Sanchez remains relatively unchanged in every game in which it appears: it has the same chassis design, accessories, and relatively similar features. While the motorcycle isn't particularly fast compared to sports bikes, the soft suspension, high ground clearance, and very light weight make it useful for stunts and off-roading.

Top speed and acceleration ratio are identical in all versions. However, the handling changes in GTA V make the Sanchez even more maneuverable, and cornering is excellent. Lifting the wheel also requires less effort, albeit with a greater risk of the player falling. "Sanchez" can climb almost vertical hills, although the steeper the climb, the slower the bike will be.

Nagasaki Blazer

A sport quad bike in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. The Blazer has similar body design elements to the 2012 Yamaha YFZ450, but with handrails and sport handlebars without any coverings.

Given the ATV's performance, the Blazer is a fast and responsive bolide with good acceleration and top speed, as well as impressive braking and off-road behavior. Its size often means it can squeeze through narrow roads or even alleys, and like most motorcycles, it has tilt capability to provide stability when jumping. However, its handling seems to suffer from slight oversteer.

Nagasaki Carbon RS

A sports motorcycle introduced in Grand Theft Auto V. The design seems to be inspired by the Italian styling characteristic of the Ducati 1199 and EBR 1190RS. The motorcycle has a sporty bodywork made mostly of carbon fiber.

The Carbon RS is a lightweight motorcycle with a short wheelbase and is, as expected, very maneuverable. However, the motorcycle has an average top speed which the Bati 801 can easily surpass.

Nagasaki Lifeguard Blazer

Lifeguard ATV in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. The Blazer Lifeguard is based on various Honda ATV models, mainly the 1984 Honda TRX200. The technique is a generic version of the Blazer used by the Los Santos Rescue Squad, with the same chassis, handlebars and suspension.

However, it has a larger and taller black front guard, and the body has a wider profile with bulky fenders, carbon fiber wheel wells and brown mudguards. The vehicle also features black trunks on both ends.

The Blazer Lifeguard, like the regular version, has good acceleration and traction. However, the increased weight and reduced top speed make it less suitable for extreme off-roading, as it can't lean as much as the regular version.

Nagasaki Outlaw

An outdoor UTV introduced in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of The Diamond Casino Heist update, released on January 23, 2020 during the Outlaw Week event. The Outlaw was originally only used as a vehicle for missions, but became available for purchase after the Outlaw Week event.

The Outlaw is an ATV based on the Can-Am Maverick X3 Turbo and with some minor body modifications similar to the Yamaha YXZ-1000R buggy.

The Outlaw is great off-road: the tracked suspension greatly improves off-road capability, and its handling is very good. Top speed is pretty low, as it only has three (or four if you have a full transmission upgrade) gears, which makes it much less recommended for racing — on longer straights it's inferior to other faster off-roaders. The tires are also vulnerable to fire, so bulletproof upgrades are recommended. Since the Outlaw has no windows, the driver and passenger have little protection from fire.

Obey Tailgater

The Obey Tailgater is a four-door mid-size executive sedan appearing in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. The Tailgater is inspired by the Audi A6 (C6) in terms of overall body design and the Audi A8 (D4) in terms of its grille, lower body protrusion and ten-spoke wheels.

The Tailgater's performance is as good as most sports cars. Acceleration and top speed are above average, allowing it to compete with more sporty cars like the Exemplar or F620. It has decent grip at low to moderate speeds, but can start to exhibit understeer. The car is solid. It takes a few hard knocks for the engine to start smoking, and the same goes for the wheels.

Ocelot Jugular

A car appearing in the first Grand Theft Auto and Grand Theft Auto Online games. Jugular's design is based on the Jaguar XE SV Project 8, a sport sedan with various body modifications.

The Jugular has average performance, but its traction and all-wheel-drive layout make up for any shortcomings. This allows it to accelerate faster and move efficiently over rough roads and moderately steep hills. While its handling is average, the car tends to understeer even at moderate speeds, requiring effective use of the brakes to corner properly. Top speed and braking remain decent compared to sports sedans like the Jackal and Kuruma.

Pegassi Zorusso

A hypercar roadster appearing in Grand Theft Auto Online. The car appears to be based on the Italdesign ZeroUno Duerta, with a taillight shape borrowed from the Bugatti Divo and side air intakes taken from the Lamborghini Aventador SV.

The Zorrusso is comparable to the Krieger in terms of its top speed and traction. Acceleration seems a little worse due to the rear-wheel drive layout, but still good enough to accelerate the car after a significant deceleration. Its handling remains good when cornering, but sharp corners still require a reduction in speed. Overall, the Zorrusso is a well-balanced supercar.

Pfister Astron

A luxury 5-door crossover SUV introduced in Grand Theft Auto Online. The interior of the vehicle borrows from SUVs such as the Novak, Rebla GTS and Toros. The Astron has a mostly rounded design and a high profile, typical of vehicles of this type.

The Astron is powered by a V-twin engine similar to the one found in the Novak and Rebla GTS. It is mated to a front-mounted 7-speed transmission, has all-wheel drive and the same sound as the Novak.

Pfister Comet S2 Cabrio

A two-door spyder that appears in Grand Theft Auto Online. In the first GTA 6 trailer, the car can be seen at 0:31 seconds in neon blue color.

Compared to the design in GTA Online, the rear bumper appears to have been redesigned to properly accommodate the rear license plate. An additional badge has also been added below the "PFISTER" lettering, under the rear spoiler, and the top of the engine grille is no longer partially covered by the bodywork itself. The Comet S2 Cabrio is based on the Porsche 911 Cabriolet (992).

The car is essentially a Comet S2 Cabriolet, sharing most of the parts and features of the former, but utilizing a soft retractable roof instead of a hard roof. Like the Comet S2, as well as the Comet Retro Custom and Comet Safari, the car is powered by a six-cylinder opposition engine, as evidenced by the six pipes visible on the underside of the car, coupled with an eight-speed transmission at the rear. The layout is rear-wheel drive.

Pfister Comet Retro Custom

A custom sports car featured in Grand Theft Auto Online. The Comet Retro Custom is largely based on the Porsche 964, equipped with the RAUH-Welt Begriff (RWB) widebody kit. Some elements are taken from the Porsche 993, such as the headlights. The front bumper is taken directly from the Porsche 930 Yoshida Specials. The "duck tail" spoiler may be based on the 1973 Martini Porsche Carrera RSR, albeit scaled down. The taillights could also be based on later variants of the Porsche 928.

Many features are retained from the standard Comet, including wheelspin and generally awkward handling. The rear end often skids when making sharp turns. Acceleration is delayed due to wheel slippage, and top speed is not outstanding. The Comet Retro Custom is not well suited for competitive racing due to lack of performance, but in the sport class it is still a good car.

Ubermacht Cypher

A sports car introduced in Grand Theft Auto Online. The Cypher appears to be based on the first generation BMW M2 (F87). The design is relatively simple and aerodynamic. The primary color of the car is applied to the body, while secondary color is applied to the mirror housings, engine cover parts and brake calipers.

Overall, the Cypher is a decent sports car for street racing. It has good acceleration and top speed, and can take corners without the risk of spinning out of control.

The car is very clingy, especially considering the rear-wheel drive, and rivals the Calico GTF in terms of handling. In tighter corners, the car performs even better than the competition. The overall durability, while quite good, can become a liability in high-speed collisions, which then causes the Cypher to lose control or even roll over.

Ubermacht Rebla GTS

A luxury SUV introduced in Grand Theft Auto Online. The Rebla GTS is largely based on the fourth-generation BMW X5 (G05), which can be seen in the front and rear. The front bumper and door handles seem to be taken from the sixth-generation BMW M5 (F90).

The car is a newer, sportier version of the Rebla from Grand Theft Auto IV, which inherits the overall design of the SUV, but with improved performance. The front end is dominated by a rectangular grille and a set of hexagonal lights and LED strips on the top side, as well as air intakes, LED high beam strips and plastic baffles on the underside. The manufacturer's logo can be seen on the front of the hood.

The Rebla GTS seems to be powered by a spirited V8 engine that delivers decent acceleration. The traction is also not bad. While understeer is an issue at high speeds, the car is quite competitive in races and is also quite efficient off-road. In addition, the car can withstand quite a bit of damage.

Vapid Caracara

A 6x6 off-road pickup truck introduced in Grand Theft Auto Online. Caracara looks like a truck inspired by the thirteenth-generation Ford F-150. The vehicle features a long body and bulky profile, with an off-road bumper at the front that consists of tubular frames on the edges, ventilated sections in the center and triangular-shaped outer side panels. In addition, the vehicle is equipped with a machine gun turret.

The vehicle, like most SUVs, behaves best off-road, although it does have a tendency to flip on its side at the slightest collision.

In terms of durability, the truck is generally stable due to its mass and relatively good speed, but is a poor choice in combat as it is more of an improvised fighting vehicle. It can be destroyed by a single explosion and has no bulletproof windows.

Vapid Chino

A two-door maslcar appearing in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. In the first GTA 6 trailer, it can be spotted at 0:27 seconds behind a Primo Custom driving on the opposite side of the road.

Compared to the appearance in GTA V and GTA Online, the car's bumper design has been changed. It no longer has a front license plate on it, and appears without the center grille crossbars. The car's grille consists of just a few horizontal bars.

The Chino is a large 2-door coupe from the late 1960s. Its overall design, especially the side profile, appears to be borrowed from the 1962 Lincoln Continental, with some elements taken from the 1966 Lincoln Continental. Another important prototype that influenced the Chino's design is the 1964 Chevrolet Impala, which can be identified by the shape of the grille, as well as the front bumper, hood, and roof line.

Overall, the Chino is a car with rather poor performance. It has poor acceleration due to its heavy weight and the lowest top speed for its class. Although the Chino is considered a maslcar, its engine power is much lower than other cars, making it relatively easy to drive and difficult to accelerate.

In terms of handling, the Chino is very good and is able to take most corners effortlessly. Like any Muscle, it does have moments of oversteer. The car withstands collisions well, mainly due to its large and heavy body, which makes it resistant to physical damage and protects the engine quite well. Overall, the Chino is not a good choice for competitive racing.

Vapid Dominator ASP

A musclecar featured in Grand Theft Auto Online. The car is based on the 2000 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra R, while the hood and taillights are inspired by the 1995 Mustang SVT Cobra R.

The Dominator ASP has excellent acceleration and top speed, rivaling some sports cars. The car also has high grip, cornering well at high speeds and doesn't slip like other maslcars in its class.

The brakes seem a little below average. It takes a considerable distance to stop the car in a straight line, and braking while cornering can sometimes lock up the brakes and cause the car to understeer. This problem can be alleviated by releasing the brakes and depressing the gas pedal a few times.

The car does not lose its structural integrity in minor impacts and continues to perform even after 2-5 impacts at high speed.

Vapid Dominator

The Vapid Dominator is a two-door maslcar featured in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. The Dominator is largely inspired by the fifth-generation Ford Mustang.

It is equipped with a high torque engine that provides decent acceleration and an above average top speed. It is one of the fastest oilcars in a straight line, but this is also the Dominator's main drawback, as the unbridled power of the engine makes the car very difficult to control in corners. It tends to oversteer and skid tremendously.

In addition, hitting any guardrail or wall is likely to cause the Dominator to get stuck. This is a big problem when driving at high speeds or racing on the highway. The Dominator is a fairly difficult car to drive. Crash deformation is average, the auto is able to take a decent amount of head-on impacts at speed before going up in smoke.

While serious handling issues can make the car a poor choice for inexperienced drivers, the Dominator will reward those who take the time to learn the optimal driving style and find a way to approach the car. It's a good option for racing, and few other Muscles can beat the Vapid Dominator.

Vapid Dominator GTX

A musclecar featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the Southern San Andreas Super Sport Series update released on May 8, 2018. The car's appearance is heavily influenced by the sixth-generation Ford Mustang, as evidenced by the overall profile and rear panel. The car looks like a modern version of the original Dominator, featuring a larger profile and aggressive styling.

Unlike the original Dominator, the interior of the Dominator GTX is similar to the Spectre's interior, which is a more modern and luxurious finish that matches the upscale nature of the car.

The Dominator GTX has almost opposite features compared to the regular Dominator. While the regular version dominates in terms of straight-line speed and torque, the GTX places much more emphasis on handling and stability. In fact, the GTX is one of the easiest maslcars to drive. Its acceleration is average, wheelspin is virtually non-existent, but top speed is low. Braking is quite good, and it's faster on the track than the original Dominator.

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