It's 2019, and Grand Theft Auto V is still an incredibly popular game. Rockstar North has accumulated an enormous player base by continually adding fresh content. New vehicles are among the changes present in GTA V. Indeed, they are expensive, which is why most people only have a few supercars. It isn't unheard of, however, for someone to own most of the fastest cars in the game. The price of a single vehicle can cost over $1 million, and a typical heist will award you money in the hundreds of thousands.
Vehicle performance, designs, and cost were factored into this list. You've seen them before, and now, it is time to rank them. This is ranking 10 best Grand Theft Auto V vehicles.
Ocelot XA-21 has the body of a hypercar, but in actuality is a supercar. The vehicle is one of the most expensive to buy in Grand Theft Auto V, retailing for $2,375,000. You'll have to complete several online heists to afford this car or dozens of regular missions. Some people may opt to purchase the car through microtransactions; it may be worth the cost.
It is likely that the Ocelot XA-21 was inspired by the Jaguar C-X75. Bearing similarities to vehicles such as the McLaren P1 and the Koenigsegg Regera give it a legacy to live up to. Ocelot XA-21 is not only beautiful but will also give opposing players trouble in a race.
The Infernus has been in Grand Theft Auto games since Grand Theft Auto 3. In Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, the Infernus was one of the top vehicles in terms of speed and handling. It is worth noting that the Infernus is based on the design of a Lamborghini. Even in Grand Theft Auto V, the Infernus remains as one of the most desirable vehicles. In past Grand Theft Auto games, the Infernus competed for the top spot with the Cheetah. Even today, the rivalry between the two cars exists
According to the website gtabase.com, Emperor ETR1 has a top speed of 195 MPH, a weight of 1,400 KG, and can be purchased for $1,995,000. Admirable stats, but not the best value for its cost. The design of the Emperor ETR1 was likely inspired by cars such as the Lexus LF Lc Vision Gran Turismo, the Gazoo Racing Lexus LFA, and possibly the Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3. If its giant rear spoiler doesn't impress, then its carbon-plated underside might. The vehicle is more than fast enough to meet your daily GTA V needs.
It isn't the fastest hypercar, but the Entity XF has exceptional handling for the speeds it can reach. If you're looking to ride one of the smoothest cars in the games, it is recommended to take the Entity XF for a spin.
Cars in Grand Theft Auto games are based on real vehicles but are given fictitious names. Without a doubt, the Entity XF is based on the design of a Koenigsegg CCX. A few changes were added to the Grand Theft Auto version, but regardless, the Entity XF remains a desirable vehicle.
Grand Theft Auto V's developers are becoming more and more creative with vehicle design. Instead of merely copying the design of a real vehicle, Rockstar North has taken a different approach to their cars. Mixing vehicle designs with other designs produce a line of hybrid cars that are jaw-droppingly brilliant.
Grotti Turismo R's design was heavily inspired by the McLaren P1 and the Ferrari LaFerrari. It is possible that some of the vehicle's features were inspired by the Lamborgini Sesto Elemento and the Arash AF8. Driving this car in first-person is unreal.
While previous Grand Theft Auto games only included a few supercars, Rockstar North has added numerous to their game. The amount of vehicles in Grand Theft Auto V is less but not far off from the amount in Forza Horizon, Microsoft and Turn 10 Studios' open-world racing game.
The Progen Itali GTB Custom, which retails for a $495,000, was added as a part of the Import/Export update. The update included several supercars, sports cars, and other vehicles. It appears as if the design of the Itali GTB Custom was inspired by a few different McLarens.
This stunning hypercar was introduced as part of the High Life Update. The High Life Update brought vehicles such as the Dewbauchee Massacro, the Enus Huntley S, the Vapid Dominator, and of course the Pegassi Zentorno. Zentorno's headlights may have been inspired by an Acura NSX. Its sleek design reminds us of the Lamborgini Veneno. This car has above-average handling and can most other hypercars a problematic time in racing. Zentorno is another high-powered Pegassi product found in Grand Theft Auto V.
This prototype hypercar is fast enough that it couldn't be possibly street legal. Grand Theft Auto V breaks all the rules to give players an experience like none other. Purchasing the Grotti X80 Proto for a whopping $2,700,000 is a justifiable purchase for some players.
The design of the Grotti X90 Proto was likely inspired by the Ferrari F80 Concept and possibly the Lamborghini Veneno. Its top speed is less than other supercars, yet it seems like this car should be a display only vehicle.
Although not the fastest car in the game, it is costly. Purchasing the Vapid FMJ will cost you $1,750,000. A few vehicles come to mind when thinking about the Vapid FMJ. Cars such as the 2017 Ford GT and the Aston Martin Vulcan likely influenced the Vapid FMJ's design. This car has a rear spoiler and a streamlined appearance, which makes it suitable for racing. The production value of Grand Theft Auto V is out of this world. It contains one of the most extensive car lineups we've ever seen to date.
And so we come to the last car on this list. The Dewbauchee Vagner is the fastest car in Grand Theft Auto V. Unless you're not into fast hypercars, almost anyone would want to own this vehicle. It takes time and dedication to purchase this car. The Vagner retails for $1,535,000 and has a design that is heavily inspired by the Aston Martin Valkyrie.
Alternatively, instead of trying to raise $1.5 million, the vehicle could be bought indirectly through microtransactions. Thankfully, Grand Theft Auto V does microtransactions correctly by not restricting gameplay but adding the option to increase your bank account.