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This article or section refers to "enhanced version" content in the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC renditions of Grand Theft Auto V and/or Grand Theft Auto Online, that is absent on the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 versions.
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Ramped Up is a VIP Work mission featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the Import/Export update, released on December 13, 2016.


Once Ramped Up is started, one or two Ramp Buggies (depending on the number of members) will spawn near the CEO's location. Once an organisation member enters the vehicle(s), the mission starts. There are also one or two Sanchez bikes spawned nearby.

The organisation is tasked with collecting 15 out of 30 crates that spawn around the map. The crates are located in areas where it is not normally possible for the bikes to get to, such as atop houses, so the driver of a Ramp Buggy must line up with the crate location and let the other player jump to the crate area using a motorbike.

There are four possible sets of locations, two in Los Santos and the same amount in the countryside.

Rival players are tasked with destroying the Ramp Buggy. If the organisation collects 15 crates in less than 20 minutes, they successfully complete the mission.


  • The best area to perform this mission is Blaine County, which gives more space for motorcycles to perform the jump from the ramp.
  • Players should go to the area which contains more cargo crates on the map, as this saves time.
  • Using an Oppressor can be useful to collect cargo crates on the roof as the ability of the vehicle enables it to fly. However, this vehicle can be difficult to collect cargo crates as the player needs to time the speed correctly to land on the roof.
    • With the introduction of the Oppressor Mk II, this is made significantly easier due to its ability to both hover and fly with ease.


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