Grand Theft Auto V is bringing the transportation heat—the game will offer a vast variety of vehicles for the upcoming release. With Trevor a former military pilot and Michael fairly wealthy, players will have access to more fancy cars and planes earlier than ever before. From BMX bikes to jet skis and helicopters, here are the 13 different vehicle types and models confirmed for Grand Theft Auto V.
13. Sports and Super Cars
The sports and super cars group includes the following models:
9F – High performance roadster named after the Audi R8 Spyder.
Cheetah – Has appeared in previous titles like GTA III, GTA: Vice City, GTA: San Andreas. When reintroduced in GTA V it’ll now resemble a Ferrari Enzo from the front and sides and a Koenigsegg CCX from the back.
Comet – Has appeared in previous titles but with its return will have new wheels, vents and spoiler designs. It is very similar to a real-life Porsche 997 GT3.
Dewbauchee Convertible – A soft-top roadster similar to a real-life Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster and the Ferrari California.
F620 – It debuted in The Ballad of Gay Tony and will return for GTA V.
Feltzer – First appeared in San Andreas resembling a Mercedes-Benz two-door convertible and will make its return in GTA V.
Infernus – It made its first appearance in GTA III closely resembling a Lamborghini Murcielago and will return in GTA V with new wheels and rims, plus some minor cosmetic changes.
Maibatsu Sports Coupe – A two-door sports car produced by Maibatsu which will debut in GTA V.
MR Roadster – Modeled after the real-life Lotus Elise, it’ll debut in the new title with low front-end oval headlights and curved sides.
Sentinel – Closely resembling the BMW-3 Series, the Sentinel has appeared in each 3D Grand Theft Auto game and will also be in GTA V.
Super GT – Appeared in GTA IV and San Andreas, this two-door sports car will also be returning for GTA V.
Surano – A two-door roadster manufactured by Benefactor, making its debut appearance in GTA V.
12. Muscle and Vintage Cars
Dewbauchee Classic – Debuting in GTA V, this classic grand tourer is modeled after the Aston Martin DB series with inspiration from British and Italian car designs from the 1960s.
Emperor – It first appeared in GTA: San Andreas as a 90s sedan but in GTA IV it was changed to a 70s-style sedan. The 70s version has been spotted in GTA V previews and trailers.
Manana – Two-door coupe first seen in GTA III and then redesigned in GTA IV, a version that will appear in GTA V as well.
Picador – Seen briefly in the second GTA V trailer. The coupe pick-up truck was last seen in San Andreas.
Peyote – A 1950s vintage two-door coupe that first appeared in GTA IV.
Phoenix – Two-door muscle car that’s been seen in several GTA titles.
Ruiner – A two-door 1980’s style sports car with distinctive tail lights and spoiler that first appeared in GTA IV and will return in GTA V.
Sabre – A 70s muscle car that appeared in GTA IV and will also return in GTA V.
Sabre GT – High performance model of the Sabre which will also be returning to GTA V after appearing in GTA IV.
Stallion – Convertible muscle car that has appeared in several GTA titles.
Tornado – Two-door lowrider that first appeared in San Andreas. It was inspired by Cadillac and the Chevy Bel Air. It already appeared in the second trailer for GTA V and in artwork released by Rockstar.
Vapid/Hellenbach – A two-door muscle car debuting in GTA V based on the real-life Ford Mustang. Speculation is that it’s actually a remake of the Hellenbach from Chinatown Wars.
Vigero – Two-door muscle car that first appeared in GTA IV and returning for the new title.
Voodoo – Two-door lowrider that first appeared in GTA III.
Blista Compact – Basic two-door hatchback that has appeared in several GTA titles.
Futo – Simple Japanese hatchback returning from GTA IV.
10. Four Doors and Sedans
7F – A high performance executive car debuting for the first time in GTA V. Michael owns a 7F, which is inspired by the real-life Audi A Series.
Admiral – A German cruiser popular amongst the commuting middle class. The four-door Sedan has been featured in several GTA titles and will return for GTA V.
Buffalo – A hybrid muscle/sports Sedan that first appeared in San Andreas.
Dilettante – A hybrid Sedan based off the real-life Toyota Prius which first appeared in GTA IV.
Esperanto – One of the most common cars throughout the series. This four-door Sedan has appeared in several GTA titles and will reappear in GTA V.
Ingot – Four-door station wagon commonly known as one of the worst cars in the series.
Intruder – A mid-sized four-door Sedan which is also common in the series.
Premier – A four-door Sedan which is the civilian version of a taxi or police car. It first appeared in San Andreas and will return for GTA V.
Premium – A high performance executive Sedan making its debut in GTA V.
Presidente – A luxury four-door Sedan which first appeared in GTA IV.
Ubermacht – A luxury four-door Sedan (saloon car) manufactured by Ubermacht which is making it’s debut appearance in GTA V.
Vincent – A basic four-door saloon car.
Washington – Ordinary four-door Sedan with a very distinct boxy design.
Willard – Low performance four-door Sedan.