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The future is here, and it has gull-wing doors. Never again must you choose between the drama of the open road and the majesty of flight. Never again will you feel that lurch of panic as you accidentally drive over a cliff. At the click of a button, you will soar over trees, mountains, sharks, the slack-jawed competition, and anything else you choose.
Please note: this vehicle can be modified at a Vehicle Workshop inside an Avenger or Mobile Operations Center.
Warstock Cache & Carry description.

The Deluxo is a sports car appearing in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories and Grand Theft Auto Online as part of The Doomsday Heist update. It is manufactured by Imponte in the HD Universe.


3D Universe[]

The Deluxo is based on the DMC DeLorean, although various differences may be noted, including tail lights more reminiscent of Ferrari's dual circular tail lights from many of its 1970s and 1980s models, headlights and body shape similar to those of a Renault Alpine GTA/A610, and a wider spectrum of body colors. The Deluxo also resembles an 1980–1991 Audi Quattro, and like the Quattro, it also has a front-engine, all-wheel drive drivetrain. There also appears to be resemblances to the 1990–1994 Volkswagen Corrado, particularly in the overall shape.

Grand Theft Auto Online[]

The Deluxo returns with a design much closer to the DMC DeLorean, with the styling of the front fascia derived from either the 1987–1988 Pontiac 6000 or the Volkswagen Corrado, while the rear end features tail lights similar to those of the Nissan 300ZX (Z31). Some slight styling clues may also have been taken from the Lancia Montecarlo and the first-generation Isuzu Piazza. The vehicle gains the ability to fly, making it similar to its fictional iteration from the Back to the Future series, the DeLorean time machine, though lacking the characteristic devices on the rear.


3D Universe[]

The Deluxo is easily distinguished by its compact design, featuring a black bumper with a small intake and a splitter below, together with two rectangular headlights and three silver emblems. The sides have flared arches and black mirror wings, while the cabin has a sloped back with triangular rear-quarter windows. The rear has a black panel with four circular lights and the same silver emblems as the front. Two exhaust pipes are seen below the rear bumper.

The car always spawns with a spoiler and four different colors applied on the entire body.

Grand Theft Auto Online[]

These cars are Deluxos, and there's four of them: gull-wing doors, solid steel body panels, iconic 80's American design, perfect for our designs after a few modifications.
Avon Hertz, during the preparation mission "Deluxos"

The car retains the overall body shape and features from the 3D Universe rendition, but is narrower and flatter in overall profile, with a seeming predominance of gray/plastic trimming around the lower portions and the cabin. The front bumper features a narrow intake and two amber indicators, while the upper area bears the grille and rectangular headlights. The front trunk lid hinges from the front and opens to reveal a small luggage compartment inside.

On the sides, the car has similar features to its 3D Universe renditions, including the black rectangular door handles, the small mirror wings and the sloped back. However, it makes use of butterfly doors with a unique hydraulic sound when opened, while the rear lacks a spoiler by default; instead, it has access to various spoiler options, including one resembling the tall spoiler from the 3D Universe iterations.

The rear of the car features a black panel with the license plate in the center and silver "IMPONTE" and "DELUXO" lettering, as well as a set of tail lights separated into main/brake unit on the upper side and turning/reverse units on the lower side. The rear bumper is mostly flat and has small vents on the lower portion, together with the central muffler and two exhaust pipes below the bumper.

The interior of the car uses a large dial cluster in a similar way to cars such as the Turismo Classic and Cheetah Classic. However, it uses a black background with a green grid-like pattern for the main dials and the small gauges, with the warning lights displayed on squared details. The dashboard also has two rectangular aircon units on the edges and a horizontal vented unit in the center, while the radio set is visible on the central console. The inner portions of the seats and the central section where the handbrake is seen have unique red/green striped textures passing over. The steering wheel bears the Imponte logo. Interestingly, the Deluxo is stated in the files to use the same dials and part of the interior textures from the Sentinel Classic, a sports car which was released later.

The car has the ability to switch between car mode and hover/fly mode, which can be transitioned at any time. It features various functional components that do not seem to have fully-rendered storage spaces inside the vehicle; they merely disappear into the car's bodywork when stowed. When transitioning from car to hover/fly mode, the wheels fold up and a rear hatch opens to reveal multiple square-shaped thrusters for forward propulsion, while thrust heat can be seen coming from the wheel wells. When pushed upwards, four small wings are deployed from the front extender and the side skirts before bending upwards to form winglets, intended to provide lift. When transitioning back to car mode, all of the hovering components are stored back and the wheels are lined up again.

The primary color of the car is applied to the bodywork, while the secondary color is applied to the upper portions of the front and rear ends. A trim color is also available for the interior. It uses a set of wire rims resembling the ones from the DeLorean DMC-12, with the rear wheels being larger.

The vehicle can be equipped with a set of machine guns and missile launchers, which will be located on the outer sections of the lower front intake.

Current Design Gallery[]


Front quarter view


Top view


Rear quarter view


Front view


Side view


Rear view


Engine view


Underside view




Inside view


Other modelling

Version History Gallery[]


3D Universe[]

In GTA Vice City, the Deluxo is a fast car, but its speed is not on par with the Infernus or the Cheetah. The engine has the same sound as the Infernus, so it may possibly be a V8 as well. The vehicle's braking is pretty good and responsive, and its handling pretty satisfactory. However, as a result of its AWD drivetrain, the Deluxo suffers from some moderate understeer. To mitigate this understeer, take corners by slowing a bit with the car's normal brakes and drifting lightly through them with a slight application of handbrake and countersteer. Take care not to drift too heavily, or the rear end will swing wide and the car will oversteer.

The Deluxo is one of the better vehicles to drift with due to its AWD drivetrain. The Deluxo is also a good vehicle to go racing with. Its acceleration and speed are near the top level of all sports cars, and its AWD provides great stability in all conditions. However, the Deluxo is rather fragile, so take care to avoid crashing too much. Also, the vehicle tends to lose control while clipping objects at high speeds.

In GTA Vice City Stories, the vehicle features a RWD drivetrain, with similar performance to its GTA Vice City counterpart.

3D Universe Overview[]

Vehicle Statistics - 3D Universe
(0-60 mph in Seconds)
Top Speed
(mph / kmh)
Gears Engine Drivetrain
(kg / lbs)
N/A 124 / 200 5 Petrol AWD (GTA Vice City)

RWD (GTA Vice City Stories)

1600 / 3527
N/A N/A 5 N/A AWD (GTA Vice City)

RWD (GTA Vice City Stories)

Cannot be observed

Grand Theft Auto Online[]

Car mode[]

The Deluxo received a major overhaul in terms of performance. On land, the Deluxo has properties similar to coupes and hatchbacks, with decent speed, acceleration and good handling on the road; its top speed is 184.1 kph/114.4 mph according to the dashboard's speedometer. One may experience slight oversteer at medium speeds, but it is not much of a problem on the hands of an experienced driver.

The Deluxo, like its real-life inspiration, is a rear-engine vehicle, powering the rear wheels through a 4-speed gearbox. However, by clipping the Rockstar Editor camera through the rear section, it does not have a model. The engine sound is shared with cars like the Buccaneer and the Nightshade.

Hover/Flyer mode[]

As stated before, the car is able to switch into a hover/flyer mode, which lifts the car above the ground.

The hovercraft mode not only allows the vehicle to traverse terrain easily, but allows the player to travel over water. The Deluxo can also turn (or rather, spin) with next to no space needed, allowing it to make maneuvers such as doubling back to escape enemies easily. In this state, however, contrary to what one might expect, it is actually slower than in car mode, only reaching 143.2 kph/89 mph according to the dashboard's speedometer. It is also less controllable, therefore being prone at fishtailing on turns. If the player leaves the Deluxo while in hover mode, the wheels will fold back down and the vehicle will return to car mode. This action can be avoided by bailing out of the car while it is in motion (including spinning on the spot), which will result in the car remaining in hover mode. This technique also allows the Deluxo to remain above water if the player wishes to exit it while hovering over a body of water, as the car will otherwise sink and be destroyed if the player leaves it while above water.

When pushed upwards, the car transitions into flyer mode, being an ideal choice to avoid enemies on ground and cruise around easily, but while in flight, the car moves much slower, flying at 126.6 kph/78.7 mph (slightly slower than a Cargobob). One should note that the vehicle in flyer mode has a limited pitching angle of 20 degrees, preventing the driver from flying straight up. Should the player bail out of a flying Deluxo, the vehicle will behave in a similar manner to a moving car, coming gradually to a stop. It will then slowly descend towards the ground and transition into hovercraft mode upon landing, allowing the player to retrieve it. Unlike most aircraft, the Deluxo does not automatically provide the occupants with parachutes, therefore requiring them to be acquired elsewhere in order to safely bail out of it while in the air.

It should be noted that if the car is flipped over while in hovercraft/flyer mode, it will go back to car mode. This may cause the car to get stuck over certain areas.


The Deluxo can be modified with a set of driver-operated weapons:

  • Machine Gun: The first weapon are two front-facing machine guns, which perform similarly to those on vehicles such as the Blazer Aqua and the Ruiner 2000, albeit with a slightly increased damage (30, compared to the 20 damage from the aforementioned vehicles) and a lower fire rate (900 rounds per minute, compared to the 1,200 rounds per minute on the aforementioned vehicles). They have decent firepower against players and vehicles with none or light armor, but will struggle against heavily-armored vehicles. Because of the hovering capabilities, aiming is a little easier by spinning the car to where the target is (somewhat like a turret), but the tendency to constantly move and the sensibility of the movement controls make precise aiming harder.
  • Missiles: the second weapon are two homing missile launchers, which function like those on weaponized land vehicles and aircraft. However, they have reduced lock-on range (225 meters), as well as a limited capacity of 30 missiles. To compensate for the reduced statistics, the missiles have very effective tracking capabilities (on par with the Ruiner 2000), though they may have a tendency of missing the target if they fly past them (unlike most missiles which follow the target even after flying past them). The relatively low height of the launchers would cause the missiles to explode on certain obstacles or while driving uphills, potentially destroying the car. In hover/flyer mode, however, the launchers have more space for engaging most targets, but the limited pitching capabilities would render the car vulnerable to aircraft attacking from above or below.

By default, both the driver and the passenger can make use of drive-by weapons. When the vehicle is equipped with the weapons upgrade, only the passenger can use their weapons.

GTA Online Overview[]

Vehicle Statistics - Grand Theft Auto Online
(0-60 mph in Seconds)
Maximum Velocity
(mph / kmh)
Gears Engine Drivetrain
(kg / lbs)
Fuel Tank
Size (litres)
Handling.meta [?]
N/A 87 / 140 4 N/A RWD 1600 / 3527.4 60
Website Statements [?] / Badges
N/A N/A 4 N/A RWD Cannot be observed Cannot be observed

Weapon Statistics - Grand Theft Auto Online
(per shot) [?]
Fire Rate [?] Range
(m / ft) [?]
Ammo Specifications/
Reload Mechanism Reload Speed [?]
15 (24)


0.12 (500 RPM) 100 / 328.1 750 N/A N/A
In-game Statements / Markings
N/A 900 RPM 100 / 328.1 Unlimited N/A N/A
Rockstar Games Social Club [?]


Fire Rate/Speed






Clip Size


Weapon Statistics - Grand Theft Auto Online
(per shot) [?]
Fire Rate [?] Range
(m / ft) [?]
Ammo Specifications/
Reload Mechanism Reload Speed [?]
N/A 2 (30 RPM) 225 / 738.2 (Lock-on & Weapon) 1 (20) N/A 2
In-game Statements / Markings
N/A 60 RPM 225 / 738.2 (Lock-on)

540 / 1771.6 (Weapon)

30 N/A 2 seconds (per launcher)
Rockstar Games Social Club [?]


Fire Rate/Speed






Clip Size


Rockstar Games Social Club[]

Grand Theft Auto Online[]

Imponte Deluxo - Sports Classics
Rockstar Games Social Club






Grand Theft Auto Online[]

The Deluxo is able to be customized in Los Santos Customs and other mod shops, although the weapons are only accessed via the corresponding vehicle workshop from a Mobile Operations Center or Avenger.

Category Modification Cost Image
Armor No Armor $1,000
Armor Upgrade 20% $7,500
Armor Upgrade 40% $12,000
Armor Upgrade 60% $20,000
Armor Upgrade 80% $35,000
Armor Upgrade 100% $50,000
Brakes Stock Brakes $1,000
Street Brakes $20,000
Sport Brakes $27,000
Race Brakes $35,000
Engine EMS Upgrade, Level 1 $9,000
EMS Upgrade, Level 2 $12,500
EMS Upgrade, Level 3 $18,000
EMS Upgrade, Level 4 $33,500
Exhausts Stock Exhaust $260
Large Exhaust $750
Large Double Exhaust $1,800
Oval Exhaust $3,000
Explosives Ignition Bomb $5,000
Remote Bomb $7,500
Front Bumpers Stock Front Bumper $2,200
Aftermarket Bumper $4,600
Primary Aftermarket Bumper $7,400
Dropped Combination Splitter $11,700
Grilles Stock Grille $200
Debadged $750
Grille Spoiler $1,340
Secondary Panel Grille $1,650
Secondary Debadged Grille $3,000
Secondary Grate Mesh $3,200
Black Grate Mesh $3,650
Badged Grate Mesh $4,100
Grille Spoiler $4,550
Mesh Grille w/ Spoiler $5,000
Hoods Stock Hood $1,600
Secondary Hood $3,000
Carbon Hood $5,000
Race Vents $8,000
Carbon Race Vents $9,600
Lights Headlights Stock Lights $600
Xenon Lights $7,500
Neon Kits Main article: Los Santos Customs/Lights -
Loss/Theft Prevention Tracker
Full Coverage
Plates Blue on White 1 $200
Blue on White 2 $200
Blue on White 3 $200
Yellow on Blue $300
Yellow on Black $600
Respray Main article: Los Santos Customs/Respray Colors -
Sell Sell Vehicle
Skirts Stock Skirts $2,500
Black Vented Skirt $5,500
Secondary Vented Skirt $8,000
Spoilers None $6,000
Black Lip Spoiler $7,050
Black Window Lip Spoiler $10,000
Black Factory Style Spoiler $13,000
Tailgate Spoiler $14,000
Flush Mount Spoiler $16,000
Pedestal Spoiler $16,500
Super Spoiler $17,000
Carbon Race Spoiler $17,500
Transmission Stock Transmission $1,000
Street Transmission $29,500
Sports Transmission $32,500
Race Transmission $40,000
Turbo None $5,000
Turbo Tuning $50,000
Weapons No Weapon $78,500
Mounted MGs and Missiles $198,000
Wheels Main article: Los Santos Customs/Wheels -
Windows None $500
Light Smoke $1,500
Dark Smoke $3,500
Limo $5,000


Grand Theft Auto: Vice City[]

Grand Theft Auto Online[]


Prominent Appearances in Gameplay[]

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories[]

  • Civil Asset Forfeiture Impound - The Deluxo is one of the 32 vehicles wanted by the Civil Asset Forfeiture Impound in the side-mission of the same name. Placed on the third list.

Grand Theft Auto Online[]

  • Four Deluxos appear in the preparation mission "Deluxos", where they must be stolen from a security group that is guarding them. Given the circumstances of the mission, these examples are in their "civilian form", and therefore having no specials, such as the hover mode.
  • Later, they are used in the setup mission Signal Intercepts to hack and destroy targets. As the crew progresses through the mission, the Deluxo will "unlock" the hover mode and then, the flight mode.


Grand Theft Auto: Vice City[]

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories[]

Grand Theft Auto Online[]

  • It can be bought from Warstock Cache and Carry for $5,750,000 or for $4,312,500 after completing the Signal Intercepts setup mission as the heist leader.
    • Prior to the pricing adjustments made with the Los Santos Drug Wars update, the vehicle cost $4,721,500, with a trade price of $3,550,000.


Grand Theft Auto Online[]

Radio Stations[]

The Deluxo has the following default radio station(s):



  • Its name is a derivative of "Deluxe", meaning luxurious or sumptuous. It is also a play of "DeLorean", the main inspiration of the car.

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City[]

  • The texture map seen above appears to indicate that the Deluxo's headlights and taillights could have looked like the DeLorean's in an early beta version. This texture map contains dual headlights, front turning signals and rear turning, red and reverse taillights. The current version only uses single headlights and red circular tail lights.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas[]

Trip Skip

A Deluxo visible on the GTA San Andreas trip skip icon.

Grand Theft Auto Online[]

  • When the engine is activated in first person, the vehicle will emit a "boop-like" sound effect. This is also heard on the Tampa and Nightshade.
  • The Deluxo's ability to fly is a direct homage to the time machine from the Back to the Future film series.
  • During the preparation mission "Deluxos", Lester suggests the player paint the Deluxo with a brushed stainless steel finish, obviously referring to the real DMC-12's stock manufacture color.
    • In addition, the Deluxo comes with a brushed steel as the primary color and brushed black steel as the secondary one when purchased.
  • Unlike the Oppressor, Rocket Voltic and Vigilante, the Deluxo is not considered either a Land Vehicle for use in Time Trials nor an Aircraft for "Fly Under Bridges" and "Low Flying" Freemode Challenges, likely due to its permanent hover capability. As a result of this, it is possible to fly over the fence at Fort Zancudo and not be targeted by the P-996 LAZER jets there.
  • When in hover mode, safety features will prevent the Deluxo from heading into water and being destroyed. It is not possible to descend past the surface, nor enter car mode, should one be traveling across water.
  • As the files list the vehicle as being capable of firing exactly 30 missiles rather than holding 30 missiles, there will be 1 remaining missile in each pod which cannot be fired.[2].


Grand Theft Auto Online[]

  • Certain wheel types can cause the car's brake calipers to clip through them, this most commonly happens with deep dish "Street" rims.
  • The Deluxo has secondary fog lights which are hidden over the primary headlights, this can sometimes be seen when the vehicle’s primary lights are smashed, and the secondary fog light’s corona effect can still be visible despite the lights being physically damaged. This is because the fog lights are located within inner "slots", but the headlight textures are made as single rectangle lamps.
    • This layout is somewhat similar to the ones from the DMC-12.
  • Originally, the player was able to travel much faster than anything else in the game with the Deluxo. This was possible when traveling high up, disabling the flight mode and spinning the car onto its roof in mid air, before rotating the car back to horizon level and engaging the flight mode. When done correctly, the Deluxo would fly backwards and quickly accelerate to abnormal speeds, often faster than the map can be rendered.

See Also[]

  • Ruiner 2000 - Another heavily modified vehicle manufactured by Imponte.
  • Stromberg - Another heavily modified vehicle inspired by a 1980s-era film also introduced in the same update.
  • Oppressor Mk II - A custom motorcycle that also utilizes hovering ability.


  1. Blips-GTAO-596-NHPWp2 Seen when parked or when another player is using a Deluxo.
  2. Each missile pod holds 2 missiles. 2 x 16 = 32. 32 - 30 = 2 remaining missiles


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SedansAsea (Snowed) | Asterope (GZ) | Cinquemila | Cognoscenti (Armored | 55 (Armored)) | Deity | Emperor (Beater | Snowed) | Fugitive | Glendale (Custom) | Ingot | Intruder | Premier | Primo (Custom) | Regina | Rhinehart | Schafter (LWB (Armored) | V12 (Armored) | Turreted Limo) | Stafford | Stanier | Stratum | Super Diamond | Surge | Tailgater (S) | Vorschlaghammer | Warrener (HKR) | Washington (Romero Hearse | Stretch)
CompactsAsbo | Blista (Kanjo) | Brioso R/A (300 (Widebody)) | Club | Dilettante (Security) | Issi (Classic (Apocalypse | Future Shock | Nightmare)) | Panto | Prairie | Rhapsody | Weevil
CoupesCognoscenti Cabrio | Euros X32 | Exemplar | F620 | Felon (GT) | FR36 (Drift Spec) | Jackal | Kanjo SJ | Oracle (XS) | Previon | Postlude | Sentinel (XS) | Windsor (Drop) | Zion (Cabrio)
SUVsAleutian | Astron (Custom) | Baller (LE (Armored) | LE LWB (Armored | ST (ST-D))) | BeeJay XL | Castigator | Cavalcade (XL) | Contender | Dorado | Dubsta (Custom) | FQ 2 | Granger (3600LX) | Gresley | Habanero | Huntley S | I-Wagen | Issi Rally | Jubilee | Landstalker (XL) | Mesa | Novak | Patriot (Stretch) | Radius | Rebla GTS | Rocoto | Seminole (Frontier) | Serrano | Squaddie | Toros | Vivanite | XLS (Armored)
VansBison (The Mighty Bush | McGill-Olsen) | Bobcat XL | Boxville (Armored | Utility | Humane Labs | LSDS | PostOP | Taco Van) | Burrito (Bugstars | Civilian | Gang (Custom) | McGill-Olsen | Snowed) | Camper | Journey (II) | Minivan (Custom) | Pony (Smoke On The Water) | Rumpo (Custom | Deludamol | Paradise) | Speedo (Clown Van | Custom (Personal Vehicle)) | Surfer (Custom | Rusted) | Youga (Classic (4x4 | Custom))
VehiclesAirtug | Caddy (Civilian | Bunker) | Docktug | Fieldmaster | Forklift | Lawn Mower | Ripley | Sadler (Snowed) | Scrap Truck | Slamtruck | Tractor | Tow Truck (Beater) | Utility Truck (AWP | Contender-based)
TrailersBoat Trailer (Dinghy | Seasharks) | Graintrailer | Mobile Operations Center | Trailer (Rake | Small (Utility | Generator) | Flatbed | Logs | Articulated (Big Goods | Container | Commercial | Fame or Shame | Gunrunning | Happy Holidays Hauler | LS Panic) | Dock | Car carrier | Tanker (RON | Army | Heist))
CommercialBenson (Cluckin' Bell) | Biff | Cerberus (Apocalypse | Future Shock | Nightmare) | Hauler (Custom) | Mule (Custom | Heist | Ramp-door | Short Trips) | Packer | Phantom (Custom | Festive | Wedge) | Pounder (Custom) | Stockade | Terrorbyte
IndustrialDock Handler | Dozer | Dump | Flatbed | Guardian | Mixer | Rubble | Tipper
ServiceBrickade (6x6 | Dune) | Bus (Airport) | Dashound | Festival Bus | Rental Shuttle Bus (Tour Bus) | Taxi | Trashmaster (Heist) | Wastelander
EmergencyAmbulance | Dominator FX Interceptor | Dorado Cruiser | FIB (Buffalo) | Fire Truck | Gauntlet Interceptor | Greenwood Cruiser | Impaler LX Cruiser | Impaler SZ Cruiser | Lifeguard | Park Ranger | Police Bike | Police Cruiser (Interceptor | Stanier LE | Unmarked) | Police Riot | Prison Bus | Police Transporter (Bail Enforcement) | RCV | Sheriff Cruiser | Sheriff SUV
MilitaryAnti-Aircraft Trailer | APC | Barracks (Semi | Heist) | Barrage | Chernobog | Crusader | Half-track | Invade and Persuade Tank | Rhino Tank | Scarab (Apocalypse | Future Shock | Nightmare) | Thruster | TM-02 Khanjali | Vetir
MotorcyclesAkuma | Avarus (Sanctus) | Bagger | Bati 801 (RR) | BF400 | Carbon RS | Chimera | Cliffhanger | Daemon (Custom) | Defiler | Diabolus (Custom) | Double T | Enduro | Esskey | Faggio (Mod | Sport) | FCR 1000 (Custom) | Gargoyle (Apocalypse | Future Shock | Nightmare) | Hakuchou (Drag) | Hexer | Innovation | Lectro | Nemesis | Nightblade | Oppressor (Mk II) | PCJ-600 | Powersurge | Rampant Rocket | Reever | Ruffian | Sanchez (Livery | Manchez (Scout (C))) | Shinobi | Shotaro | Sovereign | Stryder | Thrust | Vader | Vindicator | Vortex | Wolfsbane (Rat Bike) | Zombie Chopper (Bobber)
HelicoptersAkula | Annihilator (Stealth) | Buzzard (Attack Chopper) | Cargobob (Jetsam | Drop Zone) | Conada (Weaponized) | FH-1 Hunter | Frogger (FIB) | Havok | Maverick (Police Maverick (Air Ambulance)) | Savage | Sparrow (Sea) | Skylift | SuperVolito (Carbon) | Swift (Deluxe) | Valkyrie (MOD.0) | Volatus
PlanesAlpha-Z1 | Avenger (Prop | Upgraded (Prop)) | B-11 Strikeforce | Besra | Blimp | Cargo Plane (Unmarked) | Cuban 800 | Dodo | Duster | F-160 Raiju | Howard NX-25 | Hydra | LF-22 Starling | Mallard | Mammatus | Miljet | Mogul | Nimbus | P-45 Nokota | P-996 LAZER | Pyro | RM-10 Bombushka | RO-86 Alkonost | Rogue | Seabreeze | Shamal (Luxor (Deluxe)) | Streamer216 | Titan | Tula | Ultralight | V-65 Molotok | Velum (5-Seater) | Vestra | Volatol
BoatsAvisa | Dinghy (Heist | Slimline | Weaponized) | Jetmax | Kosatka | Kraken | Kurtz 31 Patrol Boat | Longfin | Marquis | Police Predator | Seashark (Lifeguard | Slimline) | Speeder (Slimline) | Squalo | Submersible | Suntrap | Toro (Slimline) | Tropic (Slimline) | Tug
Off-RoadBifta | Blazer (Aqua | Hot Rod | Lifeguard | Street) | Bodhi | Boor | Brawler | Bruiser (Apocalypse | Future Shock | Nightmare) | Brutus (Apocalypse | Future Shock | Nightmare) | Caracara (4x4) | Desert Raid | Draugur | Dubsta 6x6 | Dune Buggy (FAV | Ramp Buggy | Space Docker) | Duneloader | Everon | Freecrawler | Hellion | Injection | Insurgent (Pick-Up (Custom)) | Kalahari | Kamacho | Liberator | Marshall | Menacer | Mesa | MonstroCiti | Nightshark | Outlaw | Patriot Mil-Spec | Rancher XL | Ratel | RC Bandito | Rebel (Rusty | Technical (Aqua | Custom)) | Riata | Sandking XL (SWB) | Sasquatch (Apocalypse | Future Shock | Nightmare) | Terminus | Trophy Truck | Vagrant | Verus | Walton L35 | Winky | Yosemite 1500 | Yosemite Rancher | Zhaba
CyclesBMX | Cruiser | Endurex Race Bike | Inductor (Junk Energy) | Scorcher | Tri-Cycles Race Bike | Whippet Race Bike
TrainsFreight Train (Cluckin' Bell Farm Raid | Freight Car | Freight Car 2 | Freight Container 1 | Freight Container 2 | Freight Grain | Tanker Car) | Metrotrain
Open WheelBR8 | DR1 | PR4 | R88
Static (Non-Controllable)Cutter | Daisy Lee | Dignity | Galaxy Super Yacht (Aquarius, Pisces, Orion) | HODL | HSW Mule | Narcosub | Jet | La'oub Princess | LSCM Mule | Mechanic Mule | Octopus | Olifantus | Ocean Motion | Ramius | SS Bulker | S.S. Daddy's Boy | Tattoo Parlor Boxville | The Sea Urchin | UFOs | USS Luxington ATT-16 | Wakebreaker
UpcomingDominator FX | Pizza Boy | Vorschlaghammer (Drift Spec)
Beta VehiclesBaletrailer | Bati 801 Police variant | Cargobob variant | Caracara Police variant | CZ1 | Cognoscenti variant | Granger Police Variant | Panto Police Variant | Updated Police Bike variant | Updated Police Buffalo variant | Updated Police Cruiser variant | Updated Police Transporter variant | Riata Police variant | Vamos Arena War variant | Verlierer variant | Zoku
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