GTA Online’s latest update, the Los Santos Summer Special event, introduces 15 brand new cars to the game for players to purchase.
Grand Theft Auto Online has now lots of cars for players to purchase as they progress through the ranks. Some of the fastest categorized vehicles in GTA Online, however, are going to cost a lot. Here is what you need to know.
How Important is the New Batch of Cars
Following the Los Santos Summer Special event update that arrived for GTA Online today (August 12), there are more cars for players to buy and drive around. An amount of 15 new vehicles are waiting now for players to buy them from three different shops around the map.
The Los Santos Summer Special event for GTA Online also introduced a lot of new content, such as the opportunity to become a yacht captain and going on missions with friends. The game also received unique collectibles. But, as great as all of these might be, the new batch of vehicles is the best.
The new cars introduced to the game are a mix of racing cars, sports vehicles, and custom classic beauties. Of course, some of them will look fantastic while also boast high-speed and handling.
The Summer Special update added 15 new cars, available at three motor vehicle shops around the map. The three shops that players must check out are the Legendary Motorsport, Southern San Andreas Super Autos, and Benny’s Original Motor Works. Four of the new vehicles in GTA Online are extremely expensive, so watch out for those. Here are the shops and new cars:
Benny’s Original Motorworks
- Albany Manana Custom ($10,000);
- Benefactor Glendale Custom ($200,000);
- Bravado Gauntlet Classic Custom ($615,000);
- Bravado Youga Classic 4×4 ($195,000);
- Declasse Yosemite Rancher ($485,000);
- Vapid Peyote Custom ($620,000).
- Benefactor BR8 ($3,400,000);
- Declasse DR1 ($2,997,000);
- Invetero Croquette D10 ($1,500,000).
Southern San Andreas Super Autos
- BF Club ($1,280,000);
- Canis Seminole Frontier ($678,000);
- Dundreary Landstalker XL ($1,220,000);
- Imponte Beater Dukes ($378,000);
- Malibatsu Penumbra ($1,380,000).
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