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"Dinka are famous for their hyperbikes and other suicide machines, but their legacy only has one name on it: the Jester Classic. They may have set out to make a sports GT, but they accidentally made the most iconic street racer ever to do a quarter mile with plenty of change out of ten seconds flat. It's still as beautiful as it ever was, it'll still eat you alive if you so much as flinch while you're behind the wheel, and you still wouldn't change a damn thing."
Legendary Motorsport description.

The Dinka Jester Classic is a classic sports car featured in Grand Theft Auto Online originally slated to be released as part of the continuation of the Southern San Andreas Super Sport Series update but instead was released as part of the After Hours update.[1]

Description

The Jester Classic was originally intended to be released as an Event vehicle subsequent to the initial release of the Southern San Andreas Super Sport Series update, but was instead canceled and released with the release of the After Hours update. Although the reason for its cancellation isn't officially known, the version released in the After Hours update is an updated model and fixes a large majority of issues that were found with the original model (see Bugs/Glitches). The model itself remains largely the same, however notably changes included fixing the rear light texture and implementing a 3D rear light cluster as oppose to the original 2D textures, fixing the missing light glass on the left headlight (as seen from the front), attaching the rear center brake light to the boot so it remains attached to the boot when opened, and the rear exhausts were also re-positioned and shortened and are now much less protrusive. The car also returns with livery support and includes 10 liveries available to purchase in Los Santos Customs and any other mod shop.

Design

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The Jester Classic is almost exclusively based on the Toyota Supra JZA80 (Mk IV), which continues the design cues of the original Jester from GTA San Andreas, rather than the modern variant found in GTA V, which has a completely different design. Due to this, it also makes the Jester Classic the only vehicle manufactured by Dinka that has no Honda inspired design elements.

Like the Jester from GTA San Andreas, the car has a smoothed profile, with rounded front and rear bumpers, the Dinka logo is found in the center, between the headlights, it is also featured between the brake lights, and on the steering wheel. The engine block includes this detail too, with the Dinka brand also badged as well as the logo.

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Performance

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Vehicle Statistics - Grand Theft Auto V
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(0-60 mph in Seconds)
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N/A 96.9 / 156 5 N/A RWD 1600 / 3527 65
Website Statements [?] / Badges
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
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N/A N/A 5 FR DOHC Inline-4 (in-game model) RWD Cannot be observed Cannot be observed
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Image Gallery

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Video

GTA Online After Hours - Dinka Jester Classic

GTA Online After Hours - Dinka Jester Classic

Location

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Changes

Update Change(s)
Grand Theft Auto V
PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC
1.43 20/03/2018 Added Jester Classic. Hidden in game files.[1]
1.44 24/07/2018 Added an updated Jester Classic as an official release.
1.46 11/12/2018 Updated several of the vehicle's modifications, fixing carbon-fibre textures[2][3]

Trivia

General

  • The 'Ten Minute Car' Livery pays homage to the first Fast and Furious movie, which features the primary inspiration of the Jester Classic, a Toyota Supra, which has a similar livery alongside a orange paint job, as well as a line bearing the livery's name.[4][5] Modifications can further increase the resemblance.
  • Similarly, the 'Slap Dash' Livery pays homage to the character, Slap Jack, in second movie 2 Fast 2 Furious, who drove a Toyota Supra with a similar livery.
  • The 'Smoking Tires' Livery is based on the Top Secret Supra 2001. [6] With modifications, one can make the Jester resemble the vehicle.
  • The 'Atomic Drift' Livery is based on the Toyota Supra Falken Racecar.[7]
  • The 'Xero Racing' Livery is based on the JGTC Castrol TOM's Supra Racecar [8]
  • The Performance Hood modification is based on the TRD3000GT hood.
  • The default radio stations of the Jester Classic are FlyLo FM, Los Santos Underground Radio, and Soulwax FM

Grand Theft Auto Online

  • The vehicle was listed as a Sports Classics vehicle on the Rockstar Games Social Club, while in-game, the vehicle appears in the Sports vehicle class.

Bugs/Glitches

Grand Theft Auto Online

The unreleased original model added in the Southern San Andreas Super Sport Series update was subject to several quality control issues when spawned unofficially:

  • The vehicle was in the Sports Classics class, contrary to common belief that it should be in the Sports class.
  • There was an error on the vehicle where the middle brake light would not move with the trunk like it should have.
  • There was also another bug where the right headlight glass was using the wrong glass material, making it visually seem missing when compared to the left one.
  • First-person view also seemed to have strange lighting bugs.
  • The passenger seat received an incorrect seat node in the files, as if it were a rear seat.

These issues were the likely reason the model was not released as intended and instead fixed in a subsequent update.[1]

  • Other quality control issues that were not patched in the After Hours update included carbon fibre textures on several modification parts. These were fixed in the Arena War update.[3]

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