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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.
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The Dinka Jester Classic is a classic sports car featured in Grand Theft Auto Online released as part of the After Hours update.


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 cancelled until the release of the After Hours update[1]. Although the reason for its cancellation is not officially known, the version released in the After Hours update is an updated model that fixed a large majority of issues that were found with the original model (see Bugs/Glitches). The car was also released with a large variety of modifications alongside the existing ones from the previous update, including 10 liveries.


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The Jester Classic is almost exclusively based on the Toyota Supra JZA80 (Mk IV), with the headlamps inspired by the ones found in the Nissan 300ZX Z32. The greenhouse area closely resembles the one found in the Subaru BRZ/Toyota GT86.

The Jester Classic continues the design cues of the original Jester from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, sharing the long, rounded design. The front area of the bumper is predominated by a set of three meshed intakes, with the central one intended to direct airflow to the radiator and the outer ones intended for the front brakes. The upper area has two black headlamp housings behind glass casings, each one containing a rectangular lamp on the inner side and a circular one on the outer sides, while the area in between bears the manufacturer emblem, just ahead of the seam between the bumper and the rest of the body. The bonnet is relatively simple and opens to reveal the engine bay with a strut brace over the engine. Additional badging can be seen on the engine cover.

The sides of the car follow a similar profile to the GTA San Andreas iteration of the Jester, having long intakes that direct airflow to the rear brakes and rounded mirror shells mounted on the doors, near the A-pillars. The greenhouse area is simple in design and features black trim around the windows, while the area behind the cabin uses a slanted hatch with a ducktail spoiler on the rear end.

The rear end of the car assumes a relatively flat profile, having a third brake light and manufacturer emblem on the centre, below the ducktail spoiler. On the outer sides, the car has large black tail lamp housings, each one having three circular lamps with smaller ones within. The bumper is relatively flat and has a dedicated section on the centre for the license plate and the vertical reverse lamps, as well as two mouldings for the exhaust tubes.

The interior of the car is the same used on the Sultan RS, itself being a paintable derivative of the Sultan interior. However, the horn cap bears the corresponding Dinka logo.

The primary colour of the car is applied on the bodywork, while the secondary one is applied on the mirror shells. A trim colour is also available for the interior, being applied on part of the doors and the back section, the inner portions of the seats and the stitching. It uses a set of rims similar to the "Slideways" tuner rims available in Los Santos Customs and can also support a dedicated colour (though it is only possible on naturally-generated examples such as in Content Creator), albeit with a darker tint/shade.

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The Jester Classic has balanced statistics to cruise around urban areas, as it has good speed and acceleration, as well as great handling. The strong grip keeps the car controllable at sharp turns and rarely loses control over small bumps and curbs, but has small understeer at higher speeds. Steering is rather loose at taking corners, but this also means good drifting capabilities in the hands of a skilled driver. In comparison to its modern equivalent, as well as the racecar version, the Jester Classic is able to go as fast as the aforementioned vehicles, but because of its slightly inferior acceleration and the rear wheel drivetrain, it requires a long runway to eventually surpass the aforementioned counterparts.

The Jester Classic is powered by a twin-cam Inline-6 engine, coupled to a 5-speed gearbox in a front engine, rear wheel drive layout. A fully-animated turbo can be seen in the front of the vehicle with the "Street Build" options in mod shops, which spins faster as the engine revvs up. It uses a high-revving engine sound also found on vehicles like the Bifta and the Kuruma.

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Category Modification Price 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
Bumpers Front Bumpers Stock Front Bumper $2,200
Center Grille Cut $4,600
Low Splitter* $7,400
Carbon Splitter $11,700
Low Black Splitter* $14,500
Grille Cut w/ Splitter $14,700
Drift Bumper* $14,900
Low Splitter w/ Canards* $15,100
Drift w/ Splitter* $15,300
Street Build* $15,500
Drift w/ Intercooler* $15,700
Drift Build* $15,900
Street Build w/ Canards* $16,100
Rear Bumpers Stock Rear Bumper $2,200
Custom Diffuser $4,600
Carbon Rear Diffuser $7,400
Carbon Rear $11,700
Carbon Rear w/ Diffuser $14,500
Chassis Stock Chassis $700
Secondary Cage $1,100
Primary Cage* $1,350
Race Seats w/ Secondary Cage $1,500
Race Seats w/ Primary Cage* $2,750
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
Single Chrome Exhaust* $750
Twin Chrome Exhaust $1,800
Dual Titanium Exhaust $3,000
Twin Chrome Exhaust II* $9,550
Explosives Ignition Bomb $5,000
Remote Bomb $7,500
Headlight Covers* No Headlight Cover $200
Hood Curve Eyelids* $750
Half Cut Eyelids* $1,340
Headlight Covers $1,650
Secondary Covers* $3,000
Carbon Covers* $3,200
Fenders* Stock Fender $300
Rear Spats $900
Bolt On Arches $1,500
Hoods Stock Hood $1,600
Secondary Hood $3,000
Custom Hood $5,000
Scooped Hood $8,000
Vented Hood $9,600
Performance Hood $11,000
Carbon Hood $11,600
Carbon Custom Hood $12,000
Carbon Scooped Hood $12,400
Carbon Vented Hood $12,400
Carbon Performance Hood $12,500
Horns Main article: Los Santos Customs/Horns -
Lights Headlights Stock Lights $600
Xenon Lights $7,500
Neon Kits Main article: Los Santos Customs/Lights -
Livery* None $11,400
Shopping List

Sponsors: Arrow Gasoline, Atomic, Chepalle, Device, Fixup, Flint, Fukaru, Globe Oil and Power Metal.

Black 90s Graphics $19,380
White 90s Graphics $20,520
Smoking Tires

Sponsors: Same as "Shopping List".

Fukaru Drift

Sponsors: Arrow Gasoline, Atomic, Chepalle, Device, Dinka, Fixup, Flint, Fukaru, Globe Oil and Power Metal.

Slap Dash $23,370
Torn Camo

Sponsors: Same as "Shopping List".

Atomic Drift

Sponsors: Atomic, Coverup, Device, Dinka, Flint, Fukaru, Hardstand, Power Metal, Southern San Andreas Super Autos

Xero Racing

Sponsors: Atomic, Chepalle, Device, Fixup, Fukaru, Globe Oil, Power Metal, RON, Xero.

10 Minute Car $25,650
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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
Roofs Stock Roof $200
Roof Scoop $700
Secondary Roof Scoop $1,150
Carbon Roof Scoop $1,600
Sell Sell Vehicle
Skirts Stock Skirts $2,500
Primary Lip Skirt $5,500
Carbon Lip Skirt* $8,000
Spoilers None $6,000
Bootlip Spoiler $7,050
Tuner Spoiler $10,000
Mid Level Spoiler $13,000
High Level Spoiler* $14,000
Carbon Wing Type I $16,000
Carbon Wing Type II $16,500
Carbon Wide Wing $17,000
Carbon Wing Type III $17,500
Big GT Wing Type I $18,000
Big GT Wing Type II $18,500
Suspension Stock Suspension $200
Lowered Suspension $1,000
Street Suspension $2,000
Sport Suspension $3,400
Competition Suspension $4,400
Race Suspension $4,600
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
Wheels Main article: Los Santos Customs/Wheels
Windows None $500
Light Smoke $1,500
Dark Smoke $3,500
Limo $5,000
* denotes mod options and/or groups that were added in the After Hours update.
Unreleased version

While most of the modifications were retained from the original version, some options were changed and/or moved, which were present prior to the After Hours update and available via trainers:

  • The "Front Bumper" group had the "Headlight Covers" (primary covers) component in there, before being moved to a separate category with a large variety of covers.
  • There was originally a "Headlight Covers w/ Splitter" option in the Front Bumper group, which was the combination of a Carbon Splitter and the Headlight Covers.
  • The "Stock Rear Bumper" had exhaust heat protection around the pipe molding.
  • There were "Chrome Cage" options in the "Chassis" category, which were replaced by the "Primary Cage" options in the current model.
  • The "Stock Exhaust" were of a larger diameter, as comparable to the custom exhaust options.

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Update Change(s)
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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]



  • 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.
    • The name was also taken from the phrase used in the movie, which is: "I said a ten second car, not a ten minute car".
  • The 'Slap Dash' Livery pays homage to the character Slap Jack in the 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.

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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. Although not a bug, this was deemed inconsistent with the rest of the class.
  • There was an error on the vehicle where the middle brake light would not move with the boot like it should have, therefore floating in the air when the boot is open.
  • 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.
  • The rear lights were of a plain/faded texture, in comparison to the other vehicles of the same update.
  • 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]
  • The "Dual Titanium Exhaust" option lacks fumes or backfire effect.