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Los Santos Tuners is a content update for Grand Theft Auto Online, released on July 20, 2021.

Description

On July 20, the underground tuner scene in Los Santos roars to life with the launch of GTA Online: Los Santos Tuners. In addition to a ton of action-packed, Tuner-based missions and races, this update introduces the LS Car Meet, a gigantic, shared social space where you and your cherished personal vehicle can mingle freely with fellow car fans to race, show off your customized vehicles, and even link up with shady contacts looking for skilled drivers and a chance at easy money.
Rockstar Newswire.


Content

To get started, you’ll need to visit a non-descript, graffitied warehouse on the edge of town in Cypress Flats — listen close and the sound of engines revving might give it away, or look for the makeshift finish line on the road outside. Inside, the LS Car Meet has a “good vibes only” policy, making it a great place to skip the attention of the law and any small-time chumps looking to terrorize the citizens of greater Los Santos. Park your attitude (and your weaponized vehicles) at the door and share your love of car culture with some like-minded personalities. Here, you’ll find countless ways to immerse yourself in the beating heart of the scene, show off prized personal vehicles from your collection or check out everybody else’s.
Rockstar Newswire.

LS Car Meet

Main article: LS Car Meet

Moodymann, Hao and many other known mechanics including Benny, appear in the underground meet along with a host of new characters where players can meet up safe from Free Mode dangers to show off their vehicles and interact.

Prize Ride Challenges

Every week, a prize vehicle will be on display on the back of a Slamtruck in the Car Meet. Varying challenges will be set for players to achieve in order to win the prize car for free. These challenges may take several days to complete.

Reputation

In the underground world of the Car Meet, Reputation is a valuable commodity. Earn Rep by participating in (and winning) races, daily log in bonuses, putting in time on the Test Track, and even just hanging out at the Car Meet.
Earning Rep gets you an assortment of rewards to elevate your status in the scene — these include unlocking access to all sorts of fashionable gear, flashy new car customization options like new wheels and liveries, as well as Trade Prices on certain vehicles, access to new Race modes, and even the ability to hold your own private Car Meet.
— Rockstar Newswire

Similar to the Arena Points system, new reputation levels unlock trade prices on vehicles, exclusive clothing items from purchase from the Merch store, vehicle customizations (e.g. wheels and liveries) and gameplay features.

Private Takeover

Players can take over the arena for a private session for an additional $50,000 fee, once they have achieved Reputation Level 20.

Races

Los Santos Tuners introduces new races inside and outside the Car Meet, each with their own Leaderboards. On the Test Track, you can engage in friendly competitions like Head-to-Head where speed and precision will give you the necessary advantage to best your opponent in a short format race, and Scramble where up to four players race to collect 20 checkpoints. Time Trials around the Test Track give you the chance to put your vehicles through their paces and score your own Personal Record. Up to 30 players will share the track space with you, but contact will be disabled while competing, and members can also go into Private Test Tracks solo. Off the Test Track and throughout the city, there are also new race series for members: Street Race Series and Pursuit Series.
The Street Race Series delivers exactly what it says on the can: bruising competition on creative tracks built on the streets of some of Los Santos’ most scenic neighborhoods, complete with shortcuts that are as much about risk as they are reward. The Pursuit Series offers drivers a more open-ended experience, with checkpoints placed sparsely throughout the map to encourage creative routes — after all, you’ll be competing against your fellow racers, as well as having LSPD’s finest hot on your heels. Meanwhile, Sprint offers a point to point challenge in Freemode with up to three other drivers in a breakneck race from the LS Car Meet out to various locations like LSIA and back.
— Newswire

Test Track

The Meet building is home to a vast indoor test track. Players can access the track as a shared space with other players or opt to have an instanced session to themselves. Players can access with their own Personal Vehicles or one of a rotating set of three Test cars parked near the entry. While inside, players are free to drive around and three race options are available from the interaction menu:

Time Trial

Set a personal best time around the LS Car Meet Test Track (1 player - all other cars will turn to ghost-mode for non-contact)

Head-to-Head

Challenge another player to a there-and-back drag race across the LS Car Meet Test Track space (2 players).

Scramble

A randomized race around the LS Car Meet Test Track space where players compete to be the first to reach the target number of checkpoints (2-4 players)

Sprint

Main article: Sprint (race)

Race to an external checkpoint and back to the LS Car Meet in Free Mode (2-4 Players)

  • Accessible from the Interaction Menu inside the Car Meet only.

Street Race Series

Main article: Street Race Series

Accessible from the Corona, Pause Menu map, Jobs menu, or from the Race Organizer inside the LSCM, there are seven different lap Races for 2-8 players. These races include several allowable marked shortcuts, often providing a trickier section to navigate, allowing slower, more agile vehicles to catch higher powered vehicles. They are locked to vehicles added in this update.

Pursuit Race Series

Main article: Pursuit Race Series

Accessible from the Corona, Pause Menu map, Jobs menu, or from the Race Organizer inside the LSCM (only after reaching Reputation Level 5), there are seven different point-to-point Races for 4-16 players while wanted by the Cops. They are locked to vehicles added in this update.

Auto Shop

As part of the update, new Auto Shops are available at 5 Los Santos based locations from Maze Bank Foreclosures. Purchasing an Auto Shop allows the player to run legitimate business operations as well as use it as a base for Robbery Contracts.

Repair and Mod Business

Main article: Auto Shop Service

Players will occasionally be tasked with repairing and modifying customer cars to their requested specification. Players can then choose to deliver the modified car back to the customer themselves or send hired staff to do the delivery for them to earn rewards.

Exotic Exports

After completing a Contract, players can find a list of Exotic Exports vehicles on a chalkboard on the upper floor of the Auto Shop. Players must steal the cars listed.

Contracts

Main article: Contracts

Moodymann returns with his new girlfriend, Sessanta, as the bosses of new robbery missions. Contracts are similar to Heists, however these are smaller in scale and return smaller payouts.

New Characters

Radio Stations

A new ‘Favorite Radio Stations’ option has been added to the Interaction Menu in GTA Online. This allows players to favorite radio stations which then only populate the radio wheel.

There is a new Media Player on the Radio Station wheel, which is populated with music by finding Media Sticks around Los Santos. 4 CircoLoco Records EPs and one Moodymann personal mix can be found. The tracklist includes songs from Monday Dreamin’, the debut compilation album from said record label. [1]

Tracklist:

  • Lost Souls Of Saturn & TOKiMONSTA — Revision Of The Past
  • Rampa — The Church (previously appeared briefly in GTA Online: The Cayo Perico Heist)
  • Moodymann — Keep On Coming feat. CD
  • Butch — Raindrops feat. Kemelion
  • Margaret Dygas — Wishing Well
  • Carl Craig — Forever Free
  • Deichkind — Autonom (Dixon Edit)
  • Adam Beyer — Break It Up
  • tINI — What If, Then What? feat. Amiture
  • Jamie Jones — Laser Lass
  • Seth Troxler — Lumartes (Extended)
  • Tale Of Us — Nova Two
  • Sama' Abdulhadi — Reverie
  • Luciano — Mantra For Lizzie
  • DJ Tennis — Atlanta
  • Mano Le Tough — As If To Say
  • Kerri Chandler — You
  • Damian Lazarus — The Future feat. Robert Owens
  • Bedouin — Up In Flames
  • Red Axes — Calib

Vehicles

There are 17 new cars in total over the course of the summer, with eleven immediately usable. Ten are available to purchase at launch on July 20 and one other vehicle is immediately accessible to try out on the Test Track before being made available for purchase a week later.

Image Name Description Week
Purchasable immediately
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Karin Calico GTF Based on a fifth and sixth generation Toyota Celica.
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Vapid Dominator GTT A classic version of the Dominator, seemingly based on the 1969–1970 Ford Mustang.
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Annis Euros A sports car mainly based on the Nissan 370Z. Returning from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
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Karin Futo GTX A variant of the Futo, based on the Toyota Sprinter Trueno (AE86).
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Dinka Jester RR A variant of the Jester, strongly based on the fifth generation Toyota GR Supra (J29/DB).
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Annis Remus A vehicle based on the Nissan Silvia (S13).
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Dinka RT3000 A sports car seemingly based on the hardtop Honda S2000.
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Obey Tailgater S A modernized variant of the Tailgater, resembling the Audi RS3 Sedan (8V).
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Vulcar Warrener HKR A pickup truck variant of the Warrener, resembling the 1974 Nissan/Datsun Sunny "Hakotora".
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Annis ZR350 A sports car strongly based on a third generation Mazda RX-7 FD3S. Returning from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
Unlocked as part of event weeks Week
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Pfister Comet S2 A 2-door sports car based on the Porsche 992. Comet S2 Week
July 29, 2021
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Vapid Dominator ASP A retro version of the Dominator, based on a 2000 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra R. Dominator ASP Week
August 5, 2021
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Emperor Vectre A 2-door sports coupe based on the Lexus RC F. Vectre Week
August 12, 2021
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Pfister Growler A 2-door sports car based on the Porsche 718 Cayman. Kart Krash: Full Auto Week
August 19, 2021
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Karin Sultan RS Classic A 2-door version of the Sultan Classic or classic version of the Sultan RS, based on the coupe version of the first generation Subaru Impreza. Sultan RS Classic Week
August 26, 2021
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Übermacht Cypher A 2-door sports coupe mainly based on the BMW M2 (F87) with some design cues from the BMW M6 (F13) and BMW M8 (F92). Cypher Week
September 2, 2021
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Karin Previon A 2-door coupe based on the 3rd Generation Toyota Soarer. Returning from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Previon Week
September 9, 2021

Customization

The Car Meet area includes an open Modding Area similar to other vehicle customization garages, except other players in the meet will be able to watch the customization process in real time.

  • 30 new Track Wheels have been added, 10 of which require Reputation Levels to unlock, and all can be applied at the LS Car Meet Mod Shop.
  • 10 new vehicle liveries have been added for the Bravado Banshee (also automatically available in Grand Theft Auto V).
  • 10 new vehicle liveries have been added for the Karin Kuruma.
  • New ‘Low Grip Tires’ have been added and can be applied at the LS Car Meet Mod Shop to vehicles added with the Los Santos Tuners update.
  • Exposed Engine Pulleys on the Annis Elegy Retro Custom and Karin Sultan RS are now fully animated.

Functionality/QoL

  • A new ‘Vehicle Stance’ option has been added to the Interaction Menu and allows players to change the height of their personal vehicles added with the Los Santos Tuners update.
  • A new ‘Hydraulics’ option has been added to the Interaction Menu that allows players to adjust the hydraulics of their personal vehicle.
  • A new ‘Vehicle Roof’ option has been added to the Interaction Menu that allows players to put their personal vehicle roof up or down if it is a convertible.
Plus, when GTA Online launches on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S later this year, select vehicles will be upgradable with all new speed improvements and more. These special upgrades will be available only on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S versions of Grand Theft Auto V — stay tuned for more details.
— Newswire.

Some modifications will only be available in the expanded and enhanced version on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S in March 2022.

Character Customization

A new Merch Shop is available in the car meet area. Its stock of over 170 items is exclusive to this shop, and all items must be unlocked by Reputation Level before the player can purchase them.

A Tattoo Shop is also available inside the car meet. While no new tattoos have been added, the "Torso – Back" category has been split into the "Torso – Back" and the new "Torso – Back Full" categories; this was presumably done to avoid a bug where the last few tattoos in this category would not show up due to too many purchasable items.

There is one new haircut for each gender included with this update, that being the "Afro Faded" haircut for male protagonists and the "Afro" for female protagonists.

Discounts & Bonuses

Main article: Comet S2 Week

Main article: Dominator ASP Week

Main article: Vectre Week

Main article: Cypher Week

Main article: Previon Week

Gallery

Official Screenshots

Pre-release

Newswire releases

Videos

Cut Content

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  • Liveries were originally ordered in a different way for the Previon, ZR350, and Warrener HKR.[2]
  • The Hotring Sabre was supposed to get one more new livery. The removed livery was named "Black Stripes".[3]
  • Some strut braces were excluded on some cars.
  • Texture dictionaries for:
    • Non-race (Comet S2) and colorable (Jugular and FMJ) interiors (identical copies of race variants)
    • Fully colorable styles for Coquette and Super GT interiors were added but left completely unused.[5]
  • The Remus has a reference to a part named "remus_light2b", which would be attached to the right headlight. It's possible it's just an old name/model for the colored headlights. It was also supposed to have 4 hood pin options.[6]
  • The Futo GTX had a crossed out center front plate option removed. There is an unfinished version of the Drift Bumper (as bumper 3). Also, it was supposed to have pod gauges.[7]
  • The Dominator GTT has an unused model for intake 13. This may be a mistake.[8]
  • There are unused models for Tailgater S' rail covers.[9]
  • The Dominator ASP had a Carbon Mudflaps option.[10]
  • The Growler had a foglamp option, only collision for it remains.[11]
  • The Comet S2 had carbon vortex generators (and unknown roof option), and interior pod gauges.[12]
  • The Cypher has an unused painted "GT Bumper" option.[13]
  • Sultan RS Classic lost one exhaust option.[14]
    • In addition, the seats are removable, yet there are no custom seat options. And the glovebox also took somewhat of a hit, as it has a fully modelled inside and removable door, yet the glovebox gauges you can apply are actually overlayed on top of the door.[15]
  • The Dinka Jester has unused variants of the existing seats (pretty much identical to final versions), and it was also supposed to have Air Filters like the other cars.[16]
  • In Sessanta's unused dialogue, she calls the ZR350 a "ZR30", and the Growler a "Growner". However, this may be a mistake.[17]
  • The ZR350 has an unused and unnamed 9th splitter model. It also has unused models for a "Lightweight Carbon Panels" door option.[18]
  • The Previon lost the following:
  • "Secondary Tipped Canards" (no official name)
  • A spoiler
  • 4 air filters (Vertical/Sweptback Ram Pipes, Chrome/Twin Air Filter)
  • 3 superchargers (Brushed, Primary, Secondary)[19]
  • Mirrors were individually customizable.[20]
  • The Remus and the RT3000 have unused spoiler collisions, while the ZR350 is missing a collision, likely for a spoiler too.[21]
  • The Vectre had an additional:
    • 9 exhausts
    • 2 fender options
    • 3 headlight covers
    • 2 rail covers[22][23]
  • All eight contract missions were originally supposed to have this little detail where the Sessanta and Moodymann would talk about your chosen vehicle for the contract. They would either directly name the car, or talk about its general class.[24]
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End of information based on Grand Theft Auto Online cut content.


Trivia

  • The song used in the main trailer for the update is "Freaks" by Nez, Gangsta Boo and Moodymann.

References


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