The Vapid Resolution X is a sports car featured in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars.


Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars

The Resolution X is categorized as a heavily modified tuner car loosely based on a Hellenbach, even longer than the Style SR and MK GT9; the car is further distinguished by a red-and-white body color, a red-and-black hood lid, as well as purple neon underglows that light up at night. The name is suggestively based on that of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X, although the car is dissimilar to the Mitsubishi in design, with the exception of the choice of red and white.


Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars

The Resolution X is a considerably good in performance, possessing excellent acceleration and top speed, while featuring good cornering (without the aid of brakes or a lack of engine power) and very responsive brakes. However, the car's durability is low.

Prominent Appearances in Missions

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars

  • One of the three cars that the player must steal in the mission The Wheelman is a Resolution X.
  • In Pimp His Ride, the player is tasked with stealing one that belongs to the Irish Mob's street champion, drive it to Chan Jaoming's garage, sabotage it, and return the vehicle to where the champion had left it.
  • In Whack the Racers, the same car can be seen at the street race, with it's engine visibly damaged. As soon as the race starts, it will lose control, starts to sway around, and eventually explode due to the previous sabotages Chan has done.


Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars

  • The Resolution X is one of the three cars Huang Lee must steal in the mission The Wheelman. Players can attain the car, which is depicted smaller than a regular Resolution X, by storing it in one of their safehouses.
  • This car is unlocked for purchase when the player completes the mission "Pimp His Ride", from the BOABO auto merchant for $1,000.
  • In a driveway at Beachgate occasionally, in front of a Turismo.
  • During Vigilante side-missions.



Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars

  • The car's name is an obvious reference to the arcade game Revolution X.


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