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{{Quote|The open-top, two-seater Locust pedigree goes all the way back to '69, and this is what you get after forty years of track testing: no roof, no windscreen, no windows, no compromises and no interest in your personal safety. If you ever wondered what it's like to drive around in a logical conclusion, this is your chance to find out.|[[Legendary Motorsport]] description.}}
 
{{Quote|The open-top, two-seater Locust pedigree goes all the way back to '69, and this is what you get after forty years of track testing: no roof, no windscreen, no windows, no compromises and no interest in your personal safety. If you ever wondered what it's like to drive around in a logical conclusion, this is your chance to find out.|[[Legendary Motorsport]] description.}}
The '''Locust''' is an open-top, 2-seater sports car in ''[[Grand Theft Auto: London 1969]]'' and to be featured in ''[[Grand Theft Auto Online]]'' as part of the continuation of the [[GTA Online: The Diamond Casino & Resort|The Diamond Casino & Resort]] update. It is manufactured by [[Ocelot]] in the [[HD Universe]].
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The '''Locust''' is an open-top, 2-seater sports car in ''[[Grand Theft Auto: London 1969]]'' and featured in ''[[Grand Theft Auto Online]]'' as part of the continuation of the [[GTA Online: The Diamond Casino & Resort|The Diamond Casino & Resort]] update, released on August 29, 2019, during the [[Locust Week]] event. It is manufactured by [[Ocelot]] in the [[HD Universe]].
   
 
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*Will be available for purchase from [[Legendary Motorsport]] for [[Money|$]]1,625,000.
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Revision as of 08:53, August 29, 2019

"The open-top, two-seater Locust pedigree goes all the way back to '69, and this is what you get after forty years of track testing: no roof, no windscreen, no windows, no compromises and no interest in your personal safety. If you ever wondered what it's like to drive around in a logical conclusion, this is your chance to find out."
Legendary Motorsport description.

The Locust is an open-top, 2-seater sports car in Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 and featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the continuation of the The Diamond Casino & Resort update, released on August 29, 2019, during the Locust Week event. It is manufactured by Ocelot in the HD Universe.

Design

Grand Theft Auto: London 1969

Evidently based on a Lotus Seven circa the 1960s, the Locust can be described as as a compact, open top roadster tailored more for raw performance than comfort or luxury. The car may also be available with two additional body colour styles: one with a running stripe at the front end, and another with a differently coloured nose.

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The Locust returns to Grand Theft Auto Online, now assuming its design based on the 2015 Lotus 3-Eleven.

The front end sports large intakes and four rounded headlamps, surrounded in a grey detail, giving it an aggressive appearance, derived from 2017 Dallara Stradale. The front bumper seems to be inspired by the one found in the Lotus Evora. The hood sports a small cutout for a detail, which reveals a fuel tank inside. The sides feature large concave portions running along the doors, going onto the fender vents. The doors themselves have rear-view mirrors mounted on thin frames. The rear end sports a rounded carbon-fiber panel, with the circular tail lights on either sides, similary to the Aston Martin CC100. Below it, there is the rear diffuser with the twin exhaust pipes on the center.

On the cabin area, the car features a race-based interior and race seats. The front is largely dominated by a black panel, having a small lip around the cabin. Behind the cabin, there is an arch section that separates it from the engine bay, followed by black louvers directly above the engine.

The car may have twin wide stripes, which are painted with the secondary color. It also features a spoiler by default.

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Performance

Grand Theft Auto: London 1969

Being built in such a way, the car's weight is only 62.5% of an average car's weight. The car's performance is also considerably good, with excellent top speed and brakes, as well as good acceleration and 20% less of a turning radius than average; however, the car is lacking in grip and handling.

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The Locust has one (the eleventh) Advanced Flag enabled.[1] The purpose of this flag is unknown, but it appears to have little impact on performance.

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Rewards

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  • The Locust's base export value is £600, if it is delivered in perfect condition.

Trivia

General

  • Interestingly, there also exists a similarly name Locust, a kit car derivative of the Lotus Seven, as well as the Locost, a low-cost variant of the Lotus Seven.

Grand Theft Auto: London 1969

Grand Theft Auto Online

  • The website description is a clear reference to the Locust's appearance in GTA London 1969.

References

  1. File data:
    <strAdvancedFlags>4000000</strAdvancedFlags>


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