Orang-O-Tang is a fictional beverage featured in Grand Theft Auto IV, Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars and Grand Theft Auto V.


Orang-O-Tang is most likely an orange soda, similar to how a fellow beverage, Sprunk, is considered a lemon-lime one. It is most prominently featured as the can of drink which the player obtains from a vending machine in GTA IV; instead of a can of Sprunk or eCola as their respectable vending machines would imply, the player retrieves a can of Orang-O-Tang and drinks from it, before discarding the empty can onto the ground.

In GTA V, Orang-O-Tang can be found inside 24/7 and Limited Service.


In a similar vein to Munky Juice in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, the drink is named with a primate-related pun, this time referencing both the orangutan's name and a "tang" (which refers to something of a sour, acidic or citrous taste). The name is also a reference to two real-life orange drinks: the American-made Tang and the British-made Tango.


Orang-O-Tang is most likely based on either Fanta or Tango. It is possible that the brand may be owned by eCola in the same way that Coca Cola owns Fanta and a number of other soft drinks.


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