In This GTA 5 Money Making Guide Video I Am Going To Show How To Make Money In GTA 5 Online! GTA 5 Cars List: We take a look at a few of the cars that are slated to appear in Grand Theft Auto 5. There are literally dozens of different vehicles for you to commandeer and drive in Grand Theft Auto 5 and GTA Online.
Watch the video for some guidance on how to find these rare vehicles and astound your buddies online by driving them around. Thanks to the announcement trailer of Grand Theft Auto V, we have some idea of the cars we'll have a chance to drive, many of which are returning from the previous games.
While some of the vehicles are the same as the ones we've seen in GTA IV, all of them will undoubtedly be updated with better graphics and controls. The Obey 9F is a high performance supercar similar to the Audi R8 Spyder, with a sleek aerodynamic body and peerless all around performance.
The Adder is a hig-end two door hypercar taking elements from the Saab Aero X and Bugatti Veyron 16.4.
The Dundreary Admiral is a four door sedan modeled after a 1980s Mercedes benz E-Class W123. The Asterope is a four door sedan with a look inspired by Toyota XV40 cars Aurion and Camry. The Banshee is a two seater sports car taking elements from the 1st generation Dodge Viper. The Dinka Blista is a compact hatchback that most resemble a 3rd generation Dodge Caravan LE.
The Boxville is a multi-stop truck that resembles a Chevrolet or GMC Step Van straight out of the 70s. The Albany Buccaneer is a 2 door personal luxury car based on the 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo. The Declasse Burrito is a minivan that takes inspiration from the 80s-90s era Dodge Ram Vans. The Prolaps Caddy is the prerequisite GTA golf cart that hasn’t really changed much in the years. The Grotti Cheetah is basically the Ferrari Testarossa of the series, and is known for its handling, speed, and suspension. The Cognoscenti Cabrio is another car debuting in GTA 5, with a loose anti-roll bar setup for suspension. The Invetero Coquette is a high power sports car that takes after the Chevrolet Corvette C5. The Dock Handler is your cookie cutter forklift, which will only really be relevant in that odd mission at the docks. The Docktug is again another pedestrian vehicle, a single occupant truck used to carry moving trailers.
The Vapid Dominator is a muscle car patterned after the Ford Mustang, with V8 engine and drivetrain layout to boot. The BF Dune Buggy is the quintessential off road vehicle, all iron bars, great acceleration and top speed. The Lampadati Felon is a high-performance saloon, taking elements from the Saab 9-5 and Jaguar XFR. The Felon GT is best described as the roadster version of the Felon, sharing its European design features and also debuting in GTA 5. The Benefactor Feltzer has gone through a facelift compared to previous games, now resembling a modified Mercedes Benz SL.
The FIB Granger is a law enforcement SUV based on the Chevrolet Suburban and debuting on GTA 5. The Cheval Fugitive is a debuting car in GTA 5 with a mish mash of influences, but mostly based on the Honda Accord. The Bravado Gauntlet is a two door muscle car based on the 3rd generation Dodge Challenger. The Vulcar Ingot is a station wagon based on the Volkswagen Passat Mk4, with good handling and suspension, but poor ability to shift gears and reach top speeds.
The BF Injection is a hatchback buggy, presumably made off of a modified 1949 Volkswagen Type 1, making it a Baja Bug.
The Dewbauchee JB 700 is a grand tourer taking elements from the Aston Martin DB4, Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato and Aston Martin DB5. The Albany Manana is a 70s style lowrider, with the front details of a 1975 Buick LeSabre, and the rest from a late ‘60s Cadillac Eldorado. The Pegassi Monroe is a rear mid engine supercar, taking inspiration from the Ford GT40 and Lamborghini Miura, and with the top speed to boot. The Maibatsu Penumbra is a two door coupe which practically lifts its design off of the 2012 Mitsubishi Eclipse SE. The Jobuilt Phantom is a tractor trailer truck that closely resembles a Peterbilt 359 EXHD.
The Imponte Phoenix is a two door muscle car mostly inspired by the late ‘70s Pontiac Firebird. The Cheval Picador is based on the Chevrolet El Camino, and is apparently very similar to the Buccaneer, although it’s a pickup truck.


The Police Buffalo is comparable to the Dodge Charger Police Package used by the actual NYPD. The Police Cruiser is a variant of the Vapid Stanier, and in real life is inspired by the Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor line. The Police Transporter is a three door van based on the Burrito, with basically the same performance. The Brute Pony is a van very similar to the Burrito, with elements copied from the GMC Savana and the Dodge Ram Van. The Declasse Premier is a four door sedan that bears resemblance to the Chevrolet Cobalt and Aveo sedans.
The Dewbauchee Rapid GT is a two seat grand tourer based on the Ferrari California and Aston Martin DB9.
The Dundreary Regina is a four door station wagon with a more modern look than it did it prior games. The Declasse Sabre GT  is a high performance muscle car, mostly inspired by the Oldsmobile Cutlass. The Ubermacht Sentinel is a two door hard top convertible, based on either the BMW E 93 335i or E93 M3. The Ubermacht Sentinel XS is an even more high powered version of the Sentinel, with some visual cues taken from the BMW M3 GTS and M3 GT2 race cars.
The Grotti Stinger GT is a two door coupe, with a design resembling the Jaguar E-Type Series II. The Super GT is a grand tourer using a powerful V12 engine, with heavy inspiration from the Aston Martin DB9.
The Cheval Surge is a four door electic car debuting in GTA 5 and based on the Chevrolet Volt.
The Obey Tailgater is a four door executive sedan taking elements from the C6 Audi A6, D4 Audi A8, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X, and B7 Audi A4. The Taxis in GTA 5 will have the yellow and blue color scheme associated with Checker Taxi. The Vapid Interceptor is a law enforcement vehicle that does not even bother hiding its inspiration from the Ford Taurus Police Interceptor. The Declasse Vigero is a two door muscle car that takes elements from the Chevrolet Camaro and Plymouth Barracuda. This video is up for Rockstar Games to patch, and the video will be removed once it has been patched.
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They are vehicles you don't find driving down the street, so the players have to put a bit more effort into finding them.
There are absolutely no details on how well these vehicles will handle in-game, but expect Rockstar to bring some huge changes to the game. We won’t be including motorcycles, aircraft or any kind of aquatic vehicles, just all the cars and automobiles you can turn a radio on and relax. This car is one of the fastest and best at handling in the game, making it a prize possession. The Admiral is generally known as a good starter car, with a four-cylinder engine, good overall performance, and a resilience for collisions. It is slow and leaves you open to gunfire, but it does have good acceleration and fair cornering.
It is one of the new cars for the game, so we have no prior frame of reference in terms of performance, but considering what it is this is likely to be an easy car to use.
This is a quintessential GTA car, appearing in all the games in the series in one form or another. The Blista has a lot more power than it lets on, translating to a higher top speed and handling, but does not match up when it comes to collisions.
Its V8 engine gives it high acceleration and speed, but at the cost of power on the rear end. The combination of its V8 engine, bulky body and good suspension makes it a moderately fast, durable vehicle with stable handling. It takes elements from real life buses D40LF and DE40LFR, and you can actually ride them to take routes in the game. Like a real life truck, it is heavy, powerful, and difficult to use, easily tipping over on rough terrain and difficult to stop at top speed. However, in GTA 5 it will take elements from various other cars, including a Ferrari Enzo FXX and Pagani Huayra. Like the 911, it boasts good top speed and acceleration, with compromises in torque and high speed handling. Unfortunately, we have little information on this car’s performance, but as you can see, it will figure into the story very prominently. Based on the Koenigsegg CC8S, it can reach very high top speeds, and even burn excess fuel from its exhaust. It does not have a good top speed or acceleration, but it has moderate suspension and can deal with crashes well, assuming the engine isn’t hit. Although it is the slowest of the supercars, it is known for being a good drifting car thanks to the torque its supercharger generates.


It is a heavy truck that frequently appears on the road but has rarely been needed in gameplay.
This one is mostly unchanged from the GTA 4 version, very good for races due to its top speed to vulnerable to high-speed impacts. It does not have the performance of a sports or luxury car, but it does have very good controls, especially cornering. Surprisingly, for what it is the vehicle has reasonable torque, speed, suspension, brakes and overall stability. Although lacking in steering, the Oracle has fair acceleration, good top speed, and excellent handling and durability. Although it has the top speed among vintage cars of its class, it has a poor engine and poor handling. It performs well for a vehicle of its size, particularly in terms of speed and acceleration, but typically poor handling. Its V8 engine gives it high torque, speed and acceleration, but poor suspension gives it other problems. The vehicle boasts a responsive engine, good handling, but soft suspension and compromised acceleration.
Now resembling a Chrysler Town and Country, it does not have the acceleration to match its top speed, and is overall unsuitable for chases and getaways. Its great speed and acceleration, paired with above average handling, makes it one of the best racing cars in the game. It was one of the best muscle cars in GTA 4, thanks to its power, handling an acceleration. No information has come out on yet on its performance or how it differs from the regular Stinger. As an extended multipassenger vehicle, it is not particularly good in terms of durability or maneuverability, limiting its use to just being a status symbol. It has some of the fastest speed and acceleration of any car in the game, and is also highly capable of drifting thanks to its high horsepower to torque ratio. It takes imfluence mainly from the Mercedes Benz SLS AMG, with elements of the Jaguar F-Type, Maserati GranTurismo S, and Corvette Stingray C7.
Reflecting better designed electric vehicles, the Surge provides no transmission, with the motor driving the wheels directly, and it has a good top speed.
The car has disc brakes and cross drilled brake rotors matched to six piston brake calipers. The game will also have a larger tractor, the Stanley Fieldmaster, and an antique tractor if you can find it. It combines elements from Lamborghini’s Gallardo and Aventador, and is capable of high top speeds. It takes inspiration from various generations of the Chevrolet Impala, while its performance varies per game. The Washington is surprisingly good for ramming vehicles, although it struggles at cornering in high speeds. But oh the sweet payoff when you find one of these rare cars to put into your safehouse garage. Also, please bear in mind we were not able to make all of these screenshots from the new game, but as much as possible we opted to give you a better look at the vehicle instead.
The one game it was used, GTA 4, its maneuverability and top speed were adjusted to make it more playable. However, it is unsuitable for off-road driving and can only carry a driver and one passenger at a time. Although this car seems unchanged from GTA 4, it is unknown if it performs any better or worse in GTA 5. Lacking more information, it is believed that the electric Voltic is one of the fastest cars in the game. Here is a video that shows a bunch of hidden vehicles, some hidden in more or less broad daylight, some hidden in somewhat more covert locations. However, if instead of switching characters you quick save and then reload your game the briefcase will re-spawn.This infinite money hint operates on the same principles as the tip above except that the box contains $25,000! The best way to find it is follow the long pole till you come to the end of it and on a slab that the wreckage is standing on you will find the gun. There is also an Armor vest which is located near some rocks near the wreckage (face the wreckage with the briefcase on your left side and you are facing the hull door, then on your right hand side is where the vest is located). Also Grenades are located right next to the wreckage (go to the side where the money is and go straight down and the grenade will be right there). However, if instead of switching characters you quick save and then reload your game the briefcase will re-spawn.This infinite money hint operates on the same principles as the tips above.
The briefcase only contains $9,000 however there are several weapons hidden about in this section such as an UZI, Pump Action Shotgun, Sticky Bombs, Grenades Sniper Rifle & Carbine Assault Rifle.
Then begin to walk out but stop half way so that your character is keep the door open with it swung outside (the door must be swung outside, not inside).This will allow you to equip a weapon!



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