GTA 5 Car Ideas

Discussion in 'Grand Theft Auto' started by All Your Base, Feb 16, 2014.

  1. MyNameisuu

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    Pegassi Tempasta Grande Prezzo Revo
    Based on: Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo Evo
    Type: Racecar
    Class: Supercar
    Customisation: You can´t upgrade or customize it.

    $2.500.000
    Real Performance: like the XA-21
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    The Stock Temesta
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    Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo Evo
     
  2. MyNameisuu

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    Benefactor Schafter Royal Line V12
    Based on: Stretch E (GTA TBoGT)
    Type: Six-seat sedan
    Class: Sedan
    Customisation: Interior, Grill, Exaust

    $500.000
    Real performance: like the Glendale

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    Details:

    The Royal Line V12 has other than all Benefactors the Diamond Logo on the Hood instead of the grill like many Mercedes-Benz models have.[​IMG]
    The rims are looking like the ones on the Mercedes-Maybach S-Model
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    At the side is a lettering "V12" and at the back you see "Schafter" and "Royal Line"

    When you tint the Windows, the front windows won´t be tinted

    At the back of the car you can drink champagne and smoke cigars

    Description on Legendary Motorsports:

    "Forget the last 106 years Enus is dominating the market: Benefactor showed us how to turn a generic premium car into a proper luxury limosine.
    It´s not just streched that six people can fit inside, it´s a six meter long status symbol of today´s millionaires. There´s so much space inside that four people can sleep at the back without having problems. You are bored of Super Diamonds and Cognoscentis? This masterpiece of german engineering is for you! And by the way: The engine wich is the same as in the Schafter V12 has more Power than you would ever need!
     
  3. MyNameisuu

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    Progen P16
    Based on: McLaren 720S
    Type: supercar
    Class: Supercar
    Customisation: exausts, wings and side skirts

    Prize: 3,000,000$
    Real Performance: like the Nero Custom[​IMG]
     
  4. MyNameisuu

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    Bravado Gauntlet VFM Inferno
    Based on: Dodge Challenger SRT Demon
    Type: Muscle Car
    Class: Muscle Car
    Custonisation: Exaust, Spoiler, Bodykit, Diffuser, Hood, Grill

    Prize: 500.000$
    Real Performance: Like the Slamvan Custom
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    The stock Gaunlet
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    Dodge Challenger SRT Demon
     
  5. rallymorten

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    At some point, you have to wonder if people ever get tired of digging up more or less obscure and irrelevant cars, add some edgy-sounding names and yeah-that's-not-going-to-happen-ever specs and options and then post them on a wishlist thread for a game that only twice now has taken consumer feedback into account.

    It's like the GT Suggestions forum, except we know PD pays at least some amount of attention to that.
     
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  6. GTV0819

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    I hope you're referring to those people who would still keep on suggesting, well, maybe new variations with ambitious specs of an existing model in the game like some of the above or something similar to them that also has a funky name and not those suggesting an entirely new or unexisting car that has reasonable specs and nice to have in the game because you know, some car brands in GTA V like some of the ones based on the Japanese brands, still don't have a lot of models to date. But this game is already half a decade old so maybe we could expect some of them to be in the new sequel when it comes out years from now.
     
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  7. rallymorten

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    You mean those ever-so-slightly-different-that-nobody-cares vehicles? Yes, especially those.

    If you find a vehicle that's genuinely unique, interesting and not already covered by something in the game (this is *just* GTA, after all. It's not Forza or GT or NFS or whatever. It's not supposed to be an exhaustive list of all vehicles ever produced), then fair enough.

    The problem comes when you dedicate your entire online existence to it, to the point where all you can think of is an ever-so-slightly modified Gauntlet, Itali GTB and the ability to put liveries on a Tempesta.
     
  8. GTV0819

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    In reality though, this is still just a wish list, after all. It's not as if R* will grant all these suggestions to be present in the sequel for the future. Maybe some will be present there but most will probably be not. Who knows. But I do agree. Forget about those who still suggest a variation or something similar to the existing model. It will eventually become tiresome to say the least. Good thing though for me, because I don't always play online when I play GTA V.
     
  9. TexRex

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    Heck, I'd be tickled pink if the "Edit" button was utilized more.
     
  10. superstreet556

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    Dinka Ugly Ass Car
    Based on: 1992 Honda Civic
    Type: Trash
    Class: Sedans
    Price: 6pack of Pißwasser
    Engine: 1.6L inline-3, sometimes 4
    Power: 60-80 HP, depends on how loud you yell at it
    Top Speed: Take the bus
    0-60: Nah
    Interior: Musty, dusty, crusty
    Exterior: Horrible to look at and barely holding itself together, just like you
    Pros:
    +Anyone that sees it immediately leaves the session, making you kind of invincible
    +LSPD won't impound it because it will bring down the property value
    +It's ok if you crash it because it can't possibly get any worse
    Cons:
    -All of your friends will unfriend you
    -Sometimes spawns with cinder blocks instead of wheels if you leave it parked outside Cluckin' Bell for too long
    -Reverse doesn't work
    -Ugly

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  11. rallymorten

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    Schyster Argon

    Based on: Chrysler/Dodge/Plymouth Neon

    Type: Super car
    Class: Supers
    Price: Your soul

    Engine: If you believe in it hard enough
    Gearbox: A rare three-on-the-tree Mush-O-Matic , meaning you get one gear change per presidency
    Chassis and body parts: Monocoque constructed from recycled nuclear waste and asbestos
    Panel gaps: Aplenty

    Modifications:
    • Dual racing stripes because it's a race car
    • Aerodynamics which somehow makes you go slower and have worse traction
    • Suspension upgrades like the Faction
    Top Speed: You'd be better off just walking
    Acceleration: Depends on the wind direction
    Braking: The nearest car/tree/building/ocean
    Handling: Also depends on the wind direction

    Real performance:
    • Actively tries to kill you
    • Gives everyone in the session mesothelioma
    • Doubles the product value of the Cocaine Lockup and Meth Lab
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  12. GTV0819

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    This thing would obviously be a beater variant if it'd exist in the game.
     
  13. Marcus Garvey

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    Bollokan Perineum
    Based on: Ford F-series
    Type: Sausage Appurtenant Structures
    Class: Sausage Tasters
    Customisation: Rings, Restrainers, Turkish Goggles, and the Humbler
    Name Origin: Anatomical Feature
    Engine: The Dutch Rudder
    Power: Enough to rub you raw
    Top Speed: 90 Strokes Per Minute
    0-60: Roast Beef Dipper
    $2500 OBO, no trades, no Civaks, quads, dirty sanchez, or scammers!
    Real Performance: Dat seam doe

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  14. rallymorten

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    I like the new direction of this thread a lot more.
     
  15. GTV0819

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    Lol I thought this was your thread when you said that.
     
  16. GTV0819

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    If ever R* would put another new vehicle in the next DLC of GTAO and they choose something based on this one so that the Rumpo custom would have a rival, what would its name be and who'll be the manufacturer? IMHO, this van is cool looking and also somewhat of a bad-ass.

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  17. PrimusAxitro

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    VYSSER PREDATOR
    Based on: Spyker C12 Zagato
    Class: Supercars

    SPECS
    Top Speed: 216mph
    Engine: 7.5 liter quad-turbocharged V12
    Drivetrain: 4WD
    Power: 952hp
    0-60: 3.3 seconds
    Price: $2,010,000
    Real Performance: Like the Emerus

    Legendary Motorsport description: "After a successful first attempt with the Neo, Vysser wanted to do more. They wanted more. And nothing was going to stop them from reaching that 'more' level. So they took everything they've learned: thinking outside the box, straying away from common ideas, and all that pedigree and eccentricity from this small yet big-thinking artisanal automaker. Gone were all of your sanity and rationality, in comes all the madness and insanity. The result was the Predator."

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    Front Design: Spyker C12 Zagato


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    Rear Design: Koenigsegg CCX
     
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  18. PrimusAxitro

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    LAMPADATI REVOLTA RS
    Based on: Mazzanti Evantra Millecavalli
    Class: Supercars

    SPECS
    Top Speed: 201mph
    Engine: 4.5 liter supercharged V10
    Drivetrain: AWD
    Power: 572hp
    0-60: 4.5 seconds
    Price: $1,920,000 (Legendary Motorsport)
    Real Performance: Like the Reaper

    Description: "Every once in a while, you crave the feeling of going fast. You dream of being gripped by a sports seat while blazing around the racetrack. You imagine yourself smelling burning rubber and carbon dioxide once you hit that sharp corner. And the Revolta RS will do all of those just for you. Its design is about as radical as it gets. Its performance is about as fast for a car this size. And the only requirement during the design process? To satisfy the everyday car enthusiast's need for speed. Nothing more, nothing less."


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    Main Design: Mazzanti Evantra Millecavalli

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    Minor Design Influences: Lotus 3-Eleven
     
  19. PrimusAxitro

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    PRINCIPE URBANO
    Based on: Renault Twizy
    Class: Compacts

    SPECS
    Top Speed: 94mph
    Engine: 3.3 liter inline 4
    Drivetrain: RWD
    Power: 104hp
    0-60: uh, what?
    Price: $82,000 (Southern San Andreas Super Autos)
    Real Performance: Comparable to the Panto

    Description:
    "Just when we thought cars couldn't get any smaller. We thought our straight-3s and parking-in-a-kitchen capabilities were too much for this world. Apparently, some madlads over at Principe which was them who just released a wild supercar said, 'we could go even smaller.' And go smaller they did. Fill in every nook and cranny, they said. Park it in your bedroom, they said. Wheels smaller than a basketball, they said. Whatever anyone had to say, they tried to do, and could've gave up at that time. Saner heads eventually prevailed, and what we got was nothing short of 'small.' "

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    Main Design: Renault Twizy
     
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  20. PrimusAxitro

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    CHEVAL CADET/CADET UTILITY
    Based on: Holden Commodore VF (Cadet) and Holden Ute VF (Cadet Utility)
    Class: Muscle Cars

    SPECS
    Top Speed: 139mph (both)
    Engine: 4.5 liter V8
    Drivetrain: RWD
    Power: 227hp (both)
    0-60: 5.6 seconds (both)
    Price: $31,000 [Cadet] or $31,700 [Cadet Utility] (Southern San Andreas Super Autos)
    Real Performance: Comparable to the Dominator and Gauntlet

    Description [Cadet]
    "Muscle cars needn't have to be American," some minds at Cheval thought. Want a slice of American automobile with an Australian twist? You'll have your answer. It's all just the basic recipe of a typical American muscle car, albeit with the Aussies adding a bit of flavor with two doors and one beefy V8 engine. So what you get for 31,000 bucks is essentially kangaroo and bald eagle combined. So much for an animal fusion, eh?"

    Description [Cadet Utility]
    "Ah, the coupe utility. A classic masterpiece of Aussie artwork. And the weird thing is, Americans can't seem to know how this type of vehicle even works. It's like a secret formula or something. But really, the idea is simple: take a Cadet, chop off the rear end, place a truck bed, now you have the Ute. Once you have mastered the idea like the Australians did, that's definitely a surefire way to be a force to be reckoned with. "

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    Cheval Cadet (top) and Cadet Utility (bottom) real life counterparts.

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    BONUS:
    The Cadet and Cadet Utility are both eligible for conversion into their Custom variants at Benny’s Original Motor Works for $120,000 (Cadet) and $127,000 (Cadet Ute).

    Modifications include front and rear bumpers, fender flares, hoods, interior, skirts, spoilers (Cadet only), suspensions, wheels, rear bed modifications (Cadet Utility) and liveries.
     
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  21. PrimusAxitro

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    HIJAK SIERRA
    Based on: Ariel Nomad
    Class: Off-Road

    SPECS
    Top Speed: 107mph
    Engine: 3.5 liter V6
    Drivetrain: 4WD
    Power: 203hp
    0-60: 7.8 seconds
    Price: $18,500 (Southern San Andreas Super Autos)
    Real Performance: Like the Bifta and Injection

    Description:
    “Hijak has always been a weird brand as a whole. Look at their lineup so far: an electric sports car and a topless go-kart. Well as it turns out, that’s the point of the brand: to make weird, interesting and unique cars. Enter the Sierra, a Ruston with 100% more roll bars and lights, but rest assured you can really go above and beyond off-roading in this thing. Yes, we called it a thing. We still don’t know how to classify it.”

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    Main Design: Ariel Nomad


    HIJAK SIERRA CUSTOM
    Available at Benny’s Original Motor Works
    Price of Conversion: $145,000
    Modifications include wheels and tires, lights, roll cages, suspension upgrades, front and rear bumpers, snorkels, roofs, chassis, plates, interior, and engines.

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    With the right customizations and modifications, you can turn the Sierra into an off-road beast just like the picture above.
     
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  22. PrimusAxitro

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    BENEFACTOR SCHAUFFER P
    Based on: Mercedes-Benz SL-Class W113 “Pagoda”
    Class: Sports Classics

    SPECS
    Top Speed: 124mph
    Engine: 3.0 liter V6
    Drivetrain: RWD
    Power: 218hp
    0-60: 6.8 seconds
    Price: $579,000 (Legendary Motorsport)
    Real Performance: Comparable to the Casco and the Stirling GT

    Description:
    “Look past the unreliable German and Italian classic cars, because the Schauffer P is the definite epitome in its class. Its smooth curves, topless configuration, healthy engine, and stunning looks unmistakably scream “1950’s drive-in cinema.” At the same time, not only it is luxurious, but sporty as well. That V6 engine is notoriously amazing and highly customizable, you can even take this to the drag race and outrun a Grotti. Not that you would, but you could.”

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    Main Design: Mercedes-Benz W113 SL

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    With Design Cues from: Aston Martin DB4
     
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  23. PrimusAxitro

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    OBEY 7F BLITZ
    Based on: Audi TT S
    Class: Sports Cars

    SPECS
    Top Speed: 189mph
    Engine: 3.5 liter V8
    Drivetrain: AWD
    Power: 361hp
    0-60: 4.2 seconds
    Price: $565,000 (Legendary Motorsport)
    Real Performance: Comparable to the Schlagen GT

    Description:
    Zippy. Nimble. Small. Fun. Fast. These are not words you would typically see in the same sentence, especially when you’re describing a sports car. But that is indeed the case with the 7F Blitz. The secret? Going back to the basics. No infotainment system? You won’t need that. No spare tire? That’s unnecessary weight. No safety protection? You won’t even care about that, because once you sit inside, all you’ll care about is the drive. No other sports car comes close.”

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    Audi TT S

    OBEY 7F BLITZ CUSTOM
    If you prefer to go faster than what you own, want to customize your car even more, and have $230,000 in the bank, you can convert your 7F Blitz into the Custom variant, with even more modifications and upgrades.

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  24. PrimusAxitro

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    GALLIVANTER BARRICADE
    Based on: Land Rover Defender 110
    Class: Off-Road

    SPECS
    Top Speed: 112mph
    Engine: 3.5 liter V8
    Drivetrain: 4WD
    Power: 211hp
    0-60: 7.6 seconds
    Price: $215,500 (Southern San Andreas Super Autos)
    Real Performance: Comparable to the Riata

    Description:
    “Mountain creeks, wild forests possessed by demons, through the beaches of Los Santos, down the streets of San Fierro, the Barricade is able to traverse each and every one of these. The 4WD drivetrain ensures that the wheels don’t get trapped under rocks, and the V8 engine produces a mighty amount of horsepower and torque which can make it a force to be reckoned with especially on the dirt. Rest assured, you’ll know that the word ‘stuck’ is definitely not in its vocabulary. ”

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    Land Rover Defender 110
     
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  25. PrimusAxitro

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    BOLLOKAN KUBIK
    Based on: Kia Soul MK2
    Class: Compacts

    SPECS
    Top Speed: 102mph
    Engine: 2.5 liter turbocharged inline-4
    Drivetrain: FWD
    Power: 191hp
    0-60: 8.1 seconds
    Price: $27,300 (Southern San Andreas Super Autos)
    Real Performance: Mix of Prairie and FQ2 (surprisingly)

    DESCRIPTION
    “Individuality is in. You want your car to stand out. You want it to look like nothing else on the road or on the parking lot. You want it to offer a lot of customization and upgrades. And most importantly, you want it to be fun to drive and economical. Why would you want a Kubik, then? Because it ticks all the right boxes. Sure, it might be a Bollokan, but the Kubik is definitely better than you think. There’s just one question though: is it an SUV or a hatchback?”

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    Kia Soul (2014-2019)

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    Minor Design Cues: 2019-present Kia Soul
     
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  26. PrimusAxitro

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    MAMMOTH TRAVERSER
    Real Life Counterparts:
    Main Design: Hummer HX Concept
    Minor Design Cues: Jeep Wrangler
    Class: Off-Road

    SPECS

    Top Speed: 119mph
    Engine: 3.5 liter turbocharged V8
    Drivetrain: 4WD
    Power: 236hp
    0-60: 7.5 seconds
    Price: $241,500 (Southern San Andreas Super Autos)
    Real Performance: Just between the Sadler and the Contender

    DESCRIPTION
    “It’s everything the Americans want in an American car. What does this mean exactly? So, a V8 plus a boxy shape plus a gas-guzzling zero-aerodynamic silhouette plus a healthy horsepower plus a relatively high price equals the perfect American car? It sure does. Why the Traverser? Because we the people said so, and they approved of this masterpiece. It’s no muscle car, but it’s no slouch either. And it doesn’t get any more American than this.”


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    Hummer HX (2008)
     
  27. PrimusAxitro

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    ENUS PARADIGM X
    Real Life Counterparts:

    Main Design: Maybach Exelero Concept
    Minor Design Cues: Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Concept
    Class: Supercars

    SPECS
    Top Speed: 204mph
    Engine: 5 liter supercharged V12
    Drivetrain: AWD
    Power: 631hp
    0-60: 3.1 seconds
    Price: $1,365,000 (Legendary Motorsport)
    Real Performance: Comparable to the Tempesta and the Vagner

    DESCRIPTION
    "Sometime ago, an Enus outpacing a Dinka was no sweat for the automaker. Because expectations were kept high, Enus set for even higher. But lately, competitors have been catching up. No longer were the Cognoscenti 55s enough to keep a Massacro at bay. The carmaker kept their head held high, and pushed the envelope even further. If you even have the audacity to buy the Paradigm, then you're instantly the showstopper at the parking lot."

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    Maybach Exelero (2005)
     
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    IMPONTE FALCON
    Real Life Counterparts:

    Main Design: Plymouth Superbird/Dodge Charger Daytona
    Minor Design Cues: Pontiac Firebird MK3
    Class: Muscle Cars

    SPECS
    Top Speed: 193mph
    Engine: 3.5 liter V8
    Drivetrain: RWD
    Power: 272hp
    0-60: 5.5 seconds
    Price: $32,700 (Legendary Motorsport)
    Real Performance: Comparable to the Dominator

    DESCRIPTION
    "Vapid, Declasse and any other muscle carmaker needs to jot down notes, because the Falcon is the epitome of "insanity" when it comes to muscle cars. First, the aerodynamic nose glides through wind like a hot knife through butter. Then, the sloping body makes sure you don't get smoked by a Dominator on the race track. And let's not forget about that big wing; the original pioneer of that design element alone. So we guess they all have learned a valuable lesson: don't mess with the Falcon. Or else you're making a huge fool out of yourself."


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    Plymouth Superbird (1970)
     
  29. PrimusAxitro

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    HVY ARMAGEDDON
    Class: Off-Road
    Type: Armored military vehicle
    Real Life Counterparts:

    Main Design: USSV Rhino GX
    Minor Design Cues: Terradyne Gurkha RPV (aka the HVY Insurgent)

    SPECS
    Top Speed: 142mph
    Engine: 4.5 liter V8
    Drivetrain: 4WD
    Power: 233hp
    0-60: 7.9 seconds
    Price: $580,800 (Warstock Cache & Carry)
    Real Performance: Mix of Insurgent, Freecrawler and Brutus

    DESCRIPTION
    "HVY has had a long streak of success with its line of commercial and heavy-duty vehicles. The Insurgent was the top dog because it had all the perks; armored, can seat many, cool as well. But what if you're sick of it being so used all the time? If the Nightshark is for the rookie who can’t seem to grasp the idea of a Duke O’Death, then the Armageddon is for the rookie who gets sick of Oppressor MK2s gridding their house all the time. So what do they do? Well they shoot all of them down and become mobile bling in the process. Easy as that.”


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    USSV Rhino GX (2017)

    P.S.
    Looks like I’m still the only one here. Well that sucks. Turns out I’m lonely here. Might as well make my own thread, after all. :(
     
  30. PrimusAxitro

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    HIJAK ADRENALINE
    Class: Sports Cars
    Type: High-performance racing sports car
    Real Life Counterparts:

    Main Design: Ariel Atom and BAC Mono
    Minor Design Influences: KTM X-Bow and Honda Project 2&4 Concept

    SPECS

    Top Speed: 197mph
    Engine: 4.5 liter turbocharged V10
    Drivetrain: RWD
    Power: 571hp
    0-60: 3.1 seconds
    Price: $1,120,500 (Legendary Motorsport)
    Real Performance: Mix of Itali GTO and Jugular

    DESCRIPTION
    "Hijak has done it. They have perfected the formula. They've accomplished it, after years of research, testing, and getting high, the ultimate go-kart. Because forget even making an effort, just take a go-kart from the playground, make it a one-seater, slap a turbocharged V10 in it, and make sure it smokes a Dewbauchee. Close your eyes and imagine you're on the track. You feel a special connection with the vehicle. You listen to that glorious exhaust sound. It was just you, the car, and 571 horses at your disposal. Imagine a car like that coming to life. Now open your eyes. If you imagined the Adrenaline, you're probably high as well. And you're definitely right.

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    Ariel Atom (2019)

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    BAC Mono (2016)