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- 1 Design
- 2 Performance
- 3 Modifications
- 4 Image Gallery
- 5 Locations
- 6 Trivia
- 7 See Also
- 8 References
- 9 Navigation
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The vehicle assumes the same design as the Apocalypse variant, but has a cleaner bodywork and spikes around the bodywork, in place of the rivets from the Apocalipse version. Most of the black components were replaced by paintable ones, with the rear diffuser having painted borders/tips. The rectangular spots of the windshield plate and the inner portions of the seats also have hexagonal patterns on them, while the opening of the driver-side housing plate and the lower headlights have a cross pattern.
Color distribution is a bit different to the Apocalypse version, as the primary color is applied on the bodywork, over fenders, roof scoop, front surface of the mirror wings, rear louvers, spoiler and interior stitching, while the secondary color is applied on the trims and outlines of the body and over fenders, the dual stripes on the roof and rear end, the front splitter, the surroundings of the grille and lower housings, the borders of the hood vents, rear-quarter window plating rear louvers, spoiler and tail light protectors, the hexagonal patterns of the windshield plate, part of the side skirts and mirror wings, the borders/tips of the rear diffuser and the Fukaru markings of the tires. Although not accessible, a trim color is also available for the inner portions of the seats, which is set to black by default. An accent color is also available for the details on the opening of the driver-side housing plate, the detail on the upper windshield plate, the inner door frames, the dials and the details of the rims. The front wheels retain the same rim design as the ones from the Apocalypse version and the Verlierer, but the rear wheels use concave plain rims. The rims can also support a dedicated color, which is set to yellow on purchased examples.
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Being a sports car, the ZR380 performs exceptionally well. It has great top speed and good handling, but its acceleration is decent, partially due to the weight of its armor parts. The reinforced chassis gives the car good resistance to collisions, but still has average ramming capabilities.
While its hood is completely sealed, it is possible to remove it through customization, revealing to be powered by a twin-cam Inline-4 engine, with "Annis" embossed on the cover. It also features two cold-air intake systems coming from the upper grille (ram-air intake) of the car (a feature seen on cars like the Exemplar and the Rapid GT). It also has a 6-speed gearbox, a rear wheel drive layout and a sound that is similar to cars like the Verlierer and the ETR1.
- The vehicle can be installed with both "Jump" mods and "Shunt" mods. The Jump modifications come in three levels of effectiveness and can be activated using the horn button. When activated, the vehicle will be launched into the air, in a similar way to the Ruiner 2000 and Scramjet. The Shunt modifications allow the vehicle to shunt to the side.
- The vehicle can be installed with Boost upgrades. This can be used to significantly speed up the vehicle. It can be used repeatedly while driving the vehicle, but it is better to let it fully recharge for maximum efficiency.
The ZR380 can withstand a single explosive without being destroyed, like other Arena vehicles. However, the car is already modified with window plates on the front, making it a good choice for hits & runs. It can be further upgraded with more armor plating on the side windows and the rear side of the cabin, although the occupants are still vulnerable to enemy gunfire. Additional plating can be added on the rear window for improved protection over the standard louvers.
- The vehicle can be fitted with a Ram Weapon, namely scoops and blades. The ram weapon behaves in a similar way to the updated scoops and ramming bars of the RCV and Armored Boxville, causing a large amount of damage to other vehicles and often sending them flying into mid-air with little to no disadvantage against the vehicle itself, and no damage to the vehicle's engine whatsoever. It should be noted that the effectiveness against other players is significantly reduced compared to its effectiveness against NPCs and their vehicles.
- Dual .50 Cal: The ZR380 can be modified to have two machine guns, which behave similarly to other front-mounted machine guns from various armed land vehicles. While having good damage against most targets, it struggles to defeat heavily-armored vehicles. Due to the asymmetrical mounting, there is a slight offset to the passenger side, though it has little to no impact on its overall performance at medium to long distances.
- Dual Lasers: The ZR380, like other Future Shock vehicles, has access to two phased plasma guns, which seem to have higher fire rate but retain the same damage per round as the regular machine guns. Again, there is a slight offset to the passenger side due to the asymmetrical mounting, though it has little to no impact on its overall performance at medium to long distances.
- The vehicle has the option for installing Proximity Mines. Unlike Weaponized Vehicles added in the Gunrunning update, the ZR380, along with all Arena Cars in the Arena War update, has five different Proximity Mine choices: Kinetic, Spike, EMP, Slick and Sticky;
- The Kinetic option (orange flashing light) creates a small impulse spreading several meters around the area, sending players and vehicles into the air. The impulse deals little damage to both players and vehicles.
- The Spike option (dark blue flashing light) bursts the tires of vehicles passing over or near it, as well as dealing a small amount of damage to the vehicle, mainly effecting the vehicle's windows, but otherwise dealing no damage or force. The mine does not burst vehicles with Bulletproof Tires installed.
- The EMP option (light blue flashing light) disables the vehicle's electronics when passing over it. The accelerator, brakes and steering, as well as the radio and other features are disabled for around 5 seconds before reactivating. It also deals a small amount of damage to players. The player will be notified by whom their vehicle was disabled by in a small notification above the radar.
- The Slick option (green flashing light) bursts a large amount of oil on the surface, causing vehicles passing over it to lose control. This deals no damage to both vehicles or players.
- The Sticky option (purple flashing light) bursts a large amount of sticky substance on the surface, causing vehicles passing over it to slow down. This deals no damage to both vehicles or players.
- The car can also be installed with both bodywork Spikes and Saw Blades. The spikes deal damage to NPCs and players, contact with the spikes can instantly kill them, while the saw blades can pop vehicle tires and damage NPCs as well.
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(0-60 mph in Seconds)
(mph / kmh)
(FWD / RWD / AWD)
(kg / lbs)
|N/A||98 / 158||6||N/A||RWD||1600 / 3527||N/A|
|N/A||N/A||6||Inline-4 (In game model)||RWD||Cannot be observed||Cannot be observed|
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|Boost Upgrade 20%||$100,000|
|Boost Upgrade 60%||$230,000|
|Boost Upgrade 100%||$400,000|
|Bumpers||Front Bumpers||Stock Front Bumper||$2,200|
|Reinforced Livery Bumper||$7,400|
|Rear Bumpers||Stock Rear Bumper||$2,200|
|Armor Plating||No Armor Plating||$20,000|
|Roll Cages||No Roll Cage||$5,000|
|Rear Wheel Cover||No Rear Wheel Cover||$200|
|Rear Phantom Covers||$1,400
|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|
|Ray Gun Exhausts||$6,000
|Armor Plating Mk. 1||$5,000|
|Armor Plating Mk. 2||$8,000|
|Horns||Main article: Los Santos Customs/Horns||-|
|Neon Kits||Main article: Los Santos Customs/Lights||-|
|Sebastian Dix V2||$49,020
|Sebastian Dix V3||$50,160
|Sessanta Nove V2||$54,720
|Sessanta Nove V3||$55,860
|Le Chien V2||$58,140
|Le Chien V3||$59,279
|Le Chien V4||$60,420
|Plates||Blue on White 1||$200|
|Blue on White 2||$200|
|Blue on White 3||$200|
|Yellow on Blue||$300|
|Yellow on Black||$600|
|Rear Windshield||Stock Rear Windshield||$200|
|Armor Plating Mk. 1||$750|
|Armor Plating Mk. 2||$1,340|
|Armor Plating Mk. 3||$3,300
|Respray||Main article: Los Santos Customs/Respray Colors||-|
|Rear Mounted Spoiler||$10,000|
|Livery GT Spoiler||$14,000|
|Extreme Downforce BGW||$16,000|
|Asphalt Attack Wing||$16,500|
|Sprint Car Wing||$34,000
|Jump Upgrade 20%||$130,000|
|Jump Upgrade 60%||$224,000|
|Jump Upgrade 100%||$420,000|
|Wheels||Main article: Los Santos Customs/Wheels||-|
|Mounted .50 Cal (Clean)||$297,000|
|40W Phased Plasma Turrets||$325,000|
|Proximity Mine||No Proximity Mine||$50,000|
- (AW) Unlock this item for purchase via the Arena War Career.
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- Can be purchased at the Arena War website for $2,138,640 or $1,608,000 (trade price as a Sponsorship Tier reward in the Arena War Career).
- The vehicle comes with the "HK" Livery and a Light Scoop Ram Weapon as standard when purchased.
- Unique to the Future Shock variant, the Sprint Wing resembles the large, roof-mounted spoilers found on sprint racers. These are only used on lightweight, open-wheel racing buggies, despite the ZR380’s design being inappropriate for this type of modification.