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For the tank in early games, see Tank.

60 tons of fun. A heavily-armored battle tank with a 1,500hp turbine engine and a 120mm cannon, the Rhino delivers a hell of a lot of bang for your buck. Much like its namesake, the Rhino is slow on the turn, surprisingly fast on the charge, and generally terrifying to anyone in the vicinity. One of the few vehicles still manufactured in America. Great for doomsday preppers.
Warstock Cache & Carry description, GTA V and GTA Online.

The Rhino Tank, formerly known as simply Rhino, is a military tank featured in both the 3D Universe and the HD Universe.


The Rhino appears as the successor of the Tank, the Tiger Tank and the Royal Pain from the 2D Universe games, remaining a large vehicle with limited mobility but with strong armor and devastating firepower thanks to its cannon. Like its predecessor in Grand Theft Auto 2, the Rhino appears when the player attains a six star Wanted Level, or upon entering Fort Zancudo in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. Law enforcement tends not to use the main cannon of the vehicle, except in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online, in which the gun causes massive damage and usually kills the player.


Grand Theft Auto IIIGTA Vice City Stories[]

In Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, the Rhino does not appear to be directly based on any real-life military vehicle. However, its front end does bear some resemblance to that of the six-wheeled M93 Fox reconnaissance vehicle, and the sides belong to the design of the Panhard ERC 90, with a turret bearing resembling turrets found on the Panzer IV series of tanks. Its features also resemble the seemingly original and chunky design reminiscent of a modified M3 Stuart, but with a front that more closely resembles that of an M4 Sherman. The weapon configuration and chassis of the Rhino are similar to the equipment of the LAV-600. Contrary to most real-life tanks, the Rhino uses individual wheels instead of continuous tracks (likely due to technical limitations).

The Rhino is depicted as a block-shaped vehicle with a truck-style, three-axle chassis, a narrow windshield and large doors on each side, along with the corresponding turret on top. In its original appearance in GTA III, the Rhino assumes a stark appearance with little detail on its armored body. The GTA Vice City rendition, however, saw the addition of a variety of equipment to the vehicle, as well as the enlargement of the barrel of the turret. The GTA Liberty City Stories and GTA Vice City Stories renditions of the vehicle follow the design cues of the GTA III and GTA Vice City ones, with the turret barrel of the GTA Liberty City Stories rendition even being of the same size and length as that in GTA Vice City, although the GTA Vice City Stories one is even longer. The Rhino only spawns in a worn green color, which is actually a texture placed over the whole vehicle. The wheels are mostly covered by the side walls, but when destroyed they reveal to have the same design as the ones from most industrial vehicles.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas[]

In Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, the Rhino resembles an M1 Abrams and is much more realistic and larger than its predecessors, albeit still using wheels with tires as in the previous entries, again attributed to technical limitations.

The Rhino is depicted with a seemingly long and bulky hull, which features a circular hatch on the front that is used for the driver, and small vents on the rear where the engine is located, as well as a set of headlights and tail lights on both ends (though not programmed as actual lights). The turret is mounted almost in the center of the hull and has additional details, including dual hatches and quad smoke grenade launchers on each side. The Rhino is only available in a beige/desert color and uses a set of industrial wheels.

The Lost and Damned[]

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In the first DLC of GTA IV, The Lost and Damned, text files for a Rhino tank are included, even though it never appears in the game.

End of information pertaining to The Lost and Damned cut content.

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars[]

The Rhino makes a return in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, and for the first time in the series, it makes use of continuous tracks, like most real-life tanks. Like the GTA III rendition, the design of the vehicle does not resemble any real-life tank.

The Rhino appears to have a seemingly narrower hull compared to previous renditions, but the tracks appear to give a higher ground clearance. While the vehicle does not seem to have a defined door, the player enters it like they would a normal car. The Rhino is only available in a green color with a white star emblem on the sides.

Grand Theft Auto V and Online[]

The Rhino in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online resembles the German Leopard 2A4, the South African TTD prototype and the Japanese Type 90 tank.

As expected, the vehicle is equipped with a 120mm cannon apparently based on the Rheinmetall Rh-120 L/44 smoothbore tank gun (which is the standard armament of the real-life Leopard 2). Although not usable, there are two machine guns; one mounted beside the main gun and the other on the left turret hatch (which resembles an M2 Browning).

Current Design Gallery[]


Front quarter view


Top view


Rear quarter view


Front view


Side view


Rear view


Engine view


Underside view




Inside view


Other modelling

Version History Gallery[]


Grand Theft Auto IIIGTA Vice City Stories[]


The Grand Theft Auto III rendition of the Rhino remained unchanged through the games it appeared in, being a large and heavy vehicle. A main disadvantage of this version is that its handling is pretty inferior compared to other heavy vehicles, as, even at low speeds, it has a wide turning radius. While its top speed is average, it has very low acceleration, mainly due to its rather huge mass. The slow speed and presence of doors on the sides makes the player easily vulnerable to being busted by law enforcers or being otherwise pulled out by any hostile pedestrian (especially when the doors are missing, since they are quite fragile). It has a working handbrake, but because of its wide turning radius and dual rear axles, it is difficult to tighten turns with it. The tank is quite bouncy, so its wheels easily lose contact with the ground. Its small ground clearance, bouncy suspension and low torque make this tank a poor choice when driving off-road, or even through small barriers. The Rhino has better handling in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, but otherwise functions the same as the Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City renditions.

Despite the limited performance, the Rhino has serious ramming capabilities; any vehicle hit will either explode instantly or end up burning instead. This makes the vehicle ideal for dealing with wanted levels, as most police vehicles have a tendency to hit the player's vehicle in an attempt to block their path.

The vehicle uses a diesel engine, a four-speed gearbox and an all-wheel-drive layout. It also uses the engine sound from trucks such as the Barracks OL, the Packer and the Linerunner.


The Rhino is practically invincible to small arms fire and collisions; only explosives and the gun mounted on the Police Maverick can inflict damage. Additionally, flame weapons such as the Molotov cocktail and Flamethrower are able to damage the tank. Note that it is also possible to destroy a Rhino with conventional ordnance, but it takes a staggering amount and a long time to do so. In Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, if the player can get the Rhino up and onto the tracks of the subway, the incoming train cars will destroy the tank on impact. The tires of the Rhino are also bullet-proof, making them immune to small arms and spike strips. Only the windshield can be considered a weak spot, although this is only evident when confronting military-controlled Rhinos to hijack them.


The Rhino is equipped with a cannon turret, which has devastating firepower against most vehicles. The turret is quite limited in traverse, only being able to rotate horizontally and with the use of additional buttons (making precise shooting almost impossible). However, this is mostly compensated by a very strong vertical auto-aim, which is very noticeable and a probable balancing factor against Police-controlled Mavericks (as they tend to fly out of the firing angles of the tank pretty easily).

Interestingly, the cannon can be used as a trick to reach high speeds; by rotating the turret towards the rear of the tank and starting to shoot, the generated recoil from the cannon will propel the tank forwards, and vice versa.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas[]


The Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas rendition performs almost identically to the GTA III model, except it is much bulkier and heavier than before. It has somewhat better off-road abilities and better acceleration and grip, but it still cannot go through high obstacles. It handles better on road as well, thanks to its multiple wheels. This version also replaces the traditional handbrake with a steering mode in a similar fashion to the Monster, allowing it to make extra tight turns. Because of the more realistic access hatch, it is more difficult for the player to get busted.

Compared to the GTA III model, damage caused to other vehicles is determined by the amount of force actually used in the tank: slight touches only push other vehicles with minor damage, harder hits cause more damage to a vehicle or just ignite its engine, an even stronger strike will destroy the vehicle upon impact.

Again, the vehicle uses a diesel engine, a four-speed gearbox and an all-wheel-drive layout. It also uses the engine sound from trucks such as the Linerunner, the Tanker and the Roadtrain.


The Rhino is bullet-proof and explosion-proof. Its weakness is colliding several times with destructible (such as the military-operated Rhinos) and indestructible objects (i.e. walls of all buildings) where it will eventually prompt it to smoke and eventually burn and explode like other vehicles. The tank can also be destroyed in the following ways: exposing it to fire damage, overturning it, or hitting it with a melee weapon multiple times. While driving the Rhino, one should be careful not to drive through the flames left behind by vehicles that have exploded, as these will set the Rhino on fire, doing massive damage and usually destroying it. The tires of the vehicle remain bullet-proof.


Like the GTA III model, the Rhino is equipped with a cannon turret that works mostly identically. However, its destructive capabilities appear to be upgraded as well, as the turret can be aimed with the mouse (PC) or right thumb-stick (PlayStation 2), allowing for more precise shooting. The cannon can also be aimed upwards, ideal to shoot down aircraft such as the Police Maverick.

The player can still use the turret trick to accelerate. However, because of the camera controls, the player cannot see anything in front of them while the cannon is aimed rearward. A workaround is to switch to first-person view or cinematic view camera once the cannon is aimed rearward.

3D Universe Overview[]

Vehicle Statistics - 3D Universe
(0-60 mph in Seconds)
Top Speed
(mph / kmh)
Gears Engine Drivetrain
(kg / lbs)
N/A 50 / 80 4 Diesel AWD 18000 / 39683 (GTA III & GTA Vice City)

25000 / 55116 (GTA San Andreas — GTA Vice City Stories)

N/A N/A 4 N/A AWD Cannot be observed

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars[]


Due to the introduction of tracks in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, the Rhino appears to be much slower than in the 3D Universe, but gains a minor advantage in that it can turn while in a stationary position and is much controllable.


The durability of the Rhino in the game, however, is turned down a notch, being more vulnerable to explosive damage than previous renditions; a pristine Rhino will begin burning as a whole after receiving seven direct hits from a Rocket Launcher or 3 shots from the turret of another Rhino. This can be noticed at higher wanted levels, as the Military will use their Rhinos at full potential, being a bigger threat to the player's tank, especially when being outnumbered by them. Because of its slow speed and presence of side doors, the player can be easily busted by a police officer, or any other lawman, so caution must be taken.


The Rhino is equipped with a cannon turret that works similarly to the GTA III iteration, being limited in traverse and only being able to rotate horizontally. The shots will travel straight towards the edges of the screen or until it hits a land vehicle. Depending on the console, the cannon can be operated with the touch-screen functionality of the Nintendo DS, the Apple iOS and the Android OS, by pressing the tank icon and sliding the finger to whatever direction the player wants to shoot. On the PlayStation Portable, this is done with the L1/R1 shoulder buttons.

Grand Theft Auto V and Online[]


The handling of the Rhino Tank, while not perfect, is fairly good. The tracks allow it to turn reasonably well, and it is quite fast for its size, as well as being adept at driving off road thanks to its traction, though its tracks can occasionally cause it to become stuck on solid objects. It also allows the Rhino Tank to pass over many small vehicles with ease, as well as pushing larger ones with almost no trouble. The hatch location is still an advantage, as the player cannot be busted easily, but this means it is much harder to hijack and even to enter.

The Rhino is stated to weigh 60 tons, which gives the vehicle the ability to crush various small-sized vehicles. Any vehicle struck under the track of the Rhino track are severely deformed and result either in an instant explosion or being set on fire, with the occupants also being set aflame. Interestingly, while the Cargobob struggles to lift certain trucks or armored vehicles with lighter mass, it has no apparent issues when lifting the Rhino Tank.

Based on the website description and handling files, the Rhino Tank weights 60 tons and features a 1,500HP turbine engine, powering the entire track system to move the vehicle at a maximum speed of 40.4 mph (65 km/h). It shares the same engine sound with trucks such as the Packer and the Phantom.


While the Rhino remains as the most resistant vehicle, the vehicle is more vulnerable to various forms of attack. The tank can take about 3–4 tank shells, 5–6 RPG shots or 7–8 Grenade Launcher shots before exploding, making it an advantage to survive what is usually an instant kill. The armor appears to be more prominent on the front than on the rear, as attacking the back of the tank has a chance of opening the fuel tank, leaving a fuel trail behind the tank which can be ignited, immobilizing the tank after a few minutes (although the turret remains operational). When this happens, large amounts of smoke coming out the back engine and beeping are signs that the Rhino is losing power.

The blast radius of explosions will also cause damage to the tank, especially vehicles that are crushed by the tank itself, being a potential threat able to destroy it. The cannon of the tank is also dangerous when its shots explode very close to the hull of the tank, so the player has to avoid using the cannon in smaller areas (i.e. alleyways) for targets that are close to the tank (sometimes, the subsequent explosion will occur right next to the tank) or going directly to flammable places. The driver of the Rhino Tank is mostly safe from most forms of attacks, but will still get damaged by gunshots at very specific angles.

The Rhino in Grand Theft Auto Online has been made weaker over the course of several title updates so it only takes three Sticky Bombs, by either direct or nearby splash damage, 3000 Minigun rounds, or 3–4 RPG rounds to blow it up.


Tank Cannon: like previous renditions, the vehicle is equipped with a 120mm cannon that functions similarly to the GTA San Andreas iteration, which offers an elevation range of between -15 to 30 degrees and has a fire rate of 1.5 seconds between shots. The cannon is very effective against most targets and has a fast projectile speed (380 m/s or 1368 km/h), able to hit fast-moving targets if timed correctly. It fires at a range of 190 meters/623 feet, and the projectile lasts for half a second before it explodes. The damage given by the cannon is 3000 according to the game files, which is equivalent to six homing missiles in the blast radius, able to destroy a player-driven Insurgent in five shells, but it inflicts the same damage as a regular explosive to other tanks (blowing up in four shells without armor upgrades). Unlike previous renditions, the main gun is a solid component, meaning that obstacles such as light poles, traffic lights and solid structures can interfere with the aiming of the tank, even having the risk of being stuck. However, it can be used as a way to clear out vehicles and NPCs away from the tank without firing the gun, thus avoiding the splash damage from the shell impact.

It should be noted that the firing angle of the shell is lower than what the main cannon can theoretically reach, evident by the cinematic cameras or while watching someone using the Rhino Tank in Grand Theft Auto Online. As of the Last Team Standing Update, the vehicle gains a turret camera view, which aligns the gun correctly.

GTA V/GTA Online Overview[]

Vehicle Statistics - Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online
(0-60 mph in Seconds)
Top Speed
(mph / kmh)
Gears Engine Drivetrain
(kg / lbs)
Fuel Tank
Size (litres)
Handling.meta [?]
N/A 34.1 / 55 1 N/A AWD 60000 / 132277.3 100
Website Statements [?] / Badges
N/A N/A N/A 1500HP Turbine Engine (Website) N/A 60000 / 132277.3 N/A
Cannot reach 40.4 / 65 1 N/A Continuous track Cannot be observed Cannot be observed

Weapon Statistics - Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online
(per shot) [?]
Fire Rate [?] Range
(m / ft) [?]
Ammo Specifications/
Reload Mechanism Reload Speed [?]
3000 (direct) 2 (30 RPM) 120 / 393.7 1 (100) N/A 1.5
In-game Statements / Markings
N/A 35-40 RPM 190 / 623.3 Unlimited Self-reload 1.5 seconds
Rockstar Games Social Club [?]


Fire Rate/Speed






Clip Size


Rockstar Games Social Club[]

Grand Theft Auto V and Online[]

Rhino Tank - Military
Rockstar Games Social Club






Prominent Appearances in Gameplay[]

3D Universe[]

In the Rhino, the player can perform Vigilante missions, which involves eliminating suspects. The Rhino is not necessarily the best vehicle to do this mission (especially not in games where the Hunter is available) because the player risks increasing his own wanted level at an accelerated rate due to the penchant of the tank for collateral damage. On the other hand, if the player cannot complete the missions with the other, comparatively flimsy police vehicles, the Rhino might be better. If the player can intercept the enemy vehicles, rather than chasing them, the player may be able to strike the targets with the tank instead of firing on them. This method cuts down on the wanted level the player receives, which may help them avoid having to fight the military on some occasions.

Grand Theft Auto III[]

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City[]

  • Sir, Yes Sir! - Tommy must steal one from a military convoy before they reach their destination, then deliver it under a three-star wanted level. Once the tank is entered, a self-destruct countdown begins, with the tank exploding once the bar on-screen is full.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas[]

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories[]

HD Universe[]

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars[]

Grand Theft Auto V[]

  • The Rhino is most prominently featured in the heist The Paleto Score. The military will fly them in via Cargobobs and drop them off to use against Michael, Trevor, and Franklin. The Rhinos in this mission shoot slower than normal and miss more frequently. This is probably done for balancing purposes to give the player more of a chance of escaping them or fighting them off (obviously, a Dozer as the one used in the mission is too slow to dodge tank shots in normal gameplay).
  • Several Rhinos also appear during the fourth Rampage, where the military use them to try to kill Trevor. In the enhanced version, the Rhinos cannot be hijacked.

Grand Theft Auto Online[]

Notable Owners[]


In all of its 3D Universe appearances, as well as its GTA Chinatown Wars appearance, the Rhino is called out once the player has reached a six-star wanted level.

Grand Theft Auto III[]

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City[]

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas[]

  • Two spawn in eastern Area 69, in two large hangars near the airstrip where two Hydras spawn, after finishing the cutscene of Verdant Meadows.
    • Entering the base gives a five-star wanted level, though it should not be a problem to the player. One can drive a vehicle through a fence nearby, quickly get to the Rhino tank, and then enter it and escape through the same fence that they came through. One can also fly a plane very low and quickly bail out before the SAMs hit, jack the Rhino and escape through the same fence mentioned in the previous example.
  • Will spawn underneath the overpass going above the end of Grove Street after 100% completion is achieved.
  • Can be spawned using a cheat (see Cheats in GTA San Andreas page). (PC cheat: TIMETOKICKASS or AIWPRTON)
  • The military will pursue CJ at a six-star wanted level, sometimes using Rhinos. One can get it only if it was left by its driver. Provided that the player has enough health, this is relatively easy to achieve. All the player needs to do is exit their vehicle or approach an occupied Rhino on foot (or simply bring their vehicle to a complete stop without getting rammed by one), which will prompt the driver of the Rhino to get out. The player must then contend with the soldier's Carbine Rifle and enter the tank. Finally, they must get away fast enough before the soldier jumps on to the tank, opens the hatch and busts them.
    • It is far easier and safer to trap the Rhino between an obstacle, such as the entrance doorway in front of Wang's Used Car Show Room. Attract the attention of the Rhino driver, then lead it to the doorway, where it will be stuck, then quickly turn around, with a good gun, such as the MP5, AK-47 or the M-4, shoot at the driver's hatch. This will usually kill the driver beneath, causing him to flop out of the tank, making it a cinch to steal it afterwards.

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories[]

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories[]

  • Inside the Fort Baxter military base, it is there from the beginning of the game and locked until the mission Over the Top is done.
  • Driven by the army when the player gets a 6 star wanted level. As with the Rhino at Fort Baxter, they remain locked until the completion of Over the Top unless set on fire. Note: in the original PS2 version of the game, the Rhinos remain inaccessible, even after completing Over the Top, but in the double pack version, the Rhinos are almost always unlocked.

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars[]

  • Available for purchase from the auto merchant when the main story is complete, at $10000.
  • Can be found in a fenced-off warehouse area at the southern end of Francis International Airport; activates Fast Tracks. Players will warp outside a parked Rhino at the starting point regardless of whether or not the player completes or fails the mission (Note: To be used normally, the Rhino must be entered, before the player quits the side mission and reenter the Rhino quickly, or start a Vigilante or taxi mission and entering the Rhino). One should note there is always a civilian Patriot next to the tank, which possibly is meant to represent a Humvee.
  • Driven by military when the player gets a 6 star wanted level but they are always locked and thus cannot be obtained.

Grand Theft Auto V[]

  • Can be found at Fort Zancudo. The military will use Rhinos to shoot at the player once inside the base. These can be hijacked, but the only garage large enough to store it is an aircraft hangar. And getting one out of the base is relatively hard. By exploiting a glitch in the mission Fair Game (see entry for details), it is possible to obtain a Rhino from the Fort without danger and store it at Sandy Shores Airfield.
  • Can be purchased for $3,000,000 from Warstock Cache & Carry in single player. The Rhino will spawn in the protagonist's aircraft hangar.

Grand Theft Auto Online[]

Our arsenal has increased, visit our website for all your defensive requirements: Rhino Tank.
— Warstock


Grand Theft Auto V[]

Update Change(s)
Grand Theft Auto V & Grand Theft Auto Online
PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
1.16 08/19/2014 Fixed issue of the missing extras when purchased from Warstock Cache & Carry
1.17 09/02/2014 Changes to the turret's rotation speed to avoid abrupt movements upon entering the vehicle.
Grand Theft Auto V & Grand Theft Auto Online
PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC
??? ???
  • Removed/updated particle effects.[2]
  • Changed dirt level min value from 0.5 to 0.0.[3]
  • Changed dirt level max value from 1.0 to 0.7.[4]


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  • The Rhino may have gotten its name from a World War II era German tank destroyer, the Nashorn, the name being German for 'rhinoceros'.

3D Universe[]

  • In Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, when the Rhino is viewed from afar, its low-detailed LOD model resembles the Grand Theft Auto III model of the same, though with a beige color.
  • Also in GTA San Andreas, the Rhino is set to perpetually spawn with a primary color of red, but this cannot actually be seen in the game, due to the set texture the tank has, unless the vehicle crashes/is crashed into and one pays attention to the red color of the crash particles.
  • One of the artworks for Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories depicts a Rhino with tracks.

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars[]

  • The player enters a Rhino like they would a normal car.
    • However, if the player drives the Rhino into the water they will have to open a hatch in order to escape which is realistic as most modern tanks have escape doors on their bottom.

Grand Theft Auto V and Online[]

  • The stated 1500 horsepower turbine engine is likely a reference to the Honeywell AGT1500 turbine engine which also pushes 1500 horsepower, found in the M1A1 Abrams tanks.
  • The tank shells fired by the Rhino Tank reuse the projectile model of the Rocket Launcher.
  • Despite being a 1-seater, the Rhino Tank actually has two seats, as defined in the game, but the passenger seat is inaccessible. The seat, however, does not allow the player to control anything or fire from the vehicle.
  • When a Rhino Tank explodes, the normally unopenable hatch next to the gunner seat (which is also unopenable) will be blown off, which reveal a metal pole inside (possibly a ladder).
  • There is a wrecked Rhino, along with several other wrecks, scattered directly east of Humane Labs and Research. This one is much larger than the drivable model (much like the Barracks Semi one, also much larger than the drivable version). Also, the hull hatch is basically a duplicate of the turret hatch (as it still features the gun mounting on it) as well as the left cabin from the drivable version.


3D Universe[]

  • In GTA III, the player is able to park the Rhino anywhere and it will stay in that exact spot without disappearing.
  • A glitch that involves one of the health cheats in GTA San Andreas creates a whole new axle dead center in the drive train. (Confirmed in the PS2 and PC version)
  • In GTA San Andreas, if one enables the "vehicle of death" cheat and engages a Rhino tank, the Rhino will explode while the player is unharmed.
  • Sometimes in GTA Vice City, GTA Liberty City Stories and GTA Vice City Stories, when the player uses a cheat to spawn a Rhino while standing on the road, it will sometimes spawn on top of them and trap the protagonist inside the Rhino. The only way to get out the Rhino is to suicide or reload a save file, but no damage is dealt on the player.
  • In GTA San Andreas, if a player tries to steal a Rhino by shooting at the driver's hatch to kill the driver, there is an off-chance the dead driver will flop down between the tank, causing a texture clipping where the dead driver's body will clip through and become part of the tank. Since the game still thinks the driver is in the tank, it will become unstealable since there is no way to remove the dead body from the vehicle if stuck this way.
    • To avoid this, the player must kill the tank driver only when the Rhino is completely still, in this case the driver will fall out instantly. If the driver is killed while the Rhino is still moving, the player has only brief 3 seconds to force the Rhino to become still where the driver will fall out. Otherwise the Rhino will continue chase the player. Typically the game will spawn 3 Rhinos, 2 of them will get out and shoot the player while one of them will try to run the player over.
    • This glitch also applies for Enforcer, FBI Rancher and free roaming police cars while having no wanted level.

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars[]

Grand Theft Auto V[]

  • Originally, the tank bought from Warstock Cache & Carry would lack extras such as the side panels, the turret hatches and the machine gun turret on top, which they were supposed to be removed only if the tank was destroyed. This was fixed in the San Andreas Flight School Update.
  • Originally, upon entering the vehicle, the turret would abruptly face the direction of the camera, which was noticeable if the player was looking behind while entering. This was fixed in the Last Team Standing Update.
  • Rarely, the tracks of the Rhino Tank shows like they were popped like a car's wheel. However, since the Rhino can only reach a determined speed, this factor does not affect the vehicle negatively. This issue is seen often when exploding vehicles with the tank, evidenced when it catches fire.

Grand Theft Auto Online[]

  • If the player drives an Insurgent Pick-Up towards the turret of a Rhino Tank, both vehicles will be flung into mid-air.

See Also[]


  1. Blips-GTAO-421-Tank Seen when parked or when another player is driving a Rhino Tank.
  2. File Data:
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  3. File Data:
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    Enhanced version
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Government and emergencyAmbulance | Barracks OL | Enforcer | FBI Car | Fire Truck | Police | Rhino
BoatsGhost | Predator | Reefer | Speeder
MiscellaneousDodo | RC Bandit | Train (Portland El and Liberty City Subway)
UncontrollableDeadDodo | Helicopter | Police Helicopter | Static Helicopters | Static Planes (Airtrain | Learjet)
BetaUnnamed Chevrolet Caprice-based sedan | Buggy | Diablo Infernus | Luton | Panto | School Bus
Category:Vehicles in GTA III | Vehicles by type | Special Vehicles in GTA III | Beta Vehicles
[ ve ]Vehicles in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
SportsBanshee | Blista Compact | Cheetah | Comet | Deluxo | Infernus | Stinger
4WD and utilityBF Injection | Bobcat | Landstalker | Mesa Grande | Patriot | Rancher | Sandking | Walton
Four-door carsAdmiral | Glendale (Bloodring Banger) | Greenwood | Oceanic (Bloodring Banger) | Perennial | Regina | Sentinel (XS) | Stretch | Washington
Two-door carsEsperanto | Hermes (Cuban) | Idaho | Manana | Phoenix | Sabre (Turbo) | Stallion | Virgo | Voodoo
VansBurrito (Gang) | Moonbeam | Pony (Top Fun) | Rumpo | Securicar
Industrial trucksBenson | Boxville (Mr Whoopee) | Flatbed | Mule (Spand Express) | Linerunner | Packer | Trashmaster | Yankee
Public serviceBus | Cabbie (Kaufman | Zebra) | Coach | Taxi
Government and emergencyAmbulance | Barracks OL | Enforcer | FBI Rancher | FBI Washington | Fire Truck | Police | Rhino | VCPD Cheetah
ControllableHunter | Maverick (Police | VCN) | Sparrow (Sea) | Skimmer
UncontrollableDeadDodo | Police Maverick (NPC) | Static Planes (Airtrain | Learjet) | The Gash Blimp
MotorcyclesAngel | Faggio (Pizza Boy) | Freeway | PCJ-600 | Sanchez
BoatsCoast Guard | Cuban Jetmax | Dinghy | Marquis | Predator | Reefer | Rio | Speeder | Squalo | Tropic
Remote controlled (RC)RC Bandit | RC Baron | RC Goblin | RC Raider
MiscellaneousBaggage Handler | Caddy | Hotring Racer (Hotrina | Hotrinb) | Love Fist | Romero's Hearse
BetaAmbassador | Coastguard Maverick | Cougar | Kuruma | TOYZ
Category:Vehicles in GTA Vice City | Vehicles by type | Special Vehicles in GTA Vice City | Beta Vehicles
[ ve ]Vehicles in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
Sports, Muscle, Tuner,
and Super cars
Banshee | Buffalo | Bullet | Cheetah | Comet | Elegy | Euros | Flash | Hotknife | Hotring Racer (Hotrina | Hotrinb) | Infernus | Jester | Phoenix | Sabre | Stratum | Sultan | Super GT | Turismo | Uranus | ZR-350
SUVs and UtilityBobcat | Huntley | Landstalker | Mesa | Picador | Rancher (Lure) | Sadler (Beater) | Walton | Yosemite
Four-door carsAdmiral | Elegant | Emperor | Glendale (Beater | Bloodring Banger) | Greenwood | Intruder | Merit | Nebula | Oceanic | Perennial | Premier | Primo | Regina | Sentinel | Solair | Stafford | Stretch | Sunrise | Vincent | Washington | Willard
Two-door carsAlpha | Blista Compact | Bravura | Buccaneer | Cadrona | Clover | Club | Esperanto | Feltzer | Fortune | Hermes | Hustler | Majestic | Manana | Previon | Stallion | Tampa | Virgo | Windsor
VansBurrito | Camper | Hotdog | Moonbeam | Newsvan | Pony ( Berkley's RC Van) | Rumpo | Securicar
Industrial trucksBenson | Boxville (BoxBurg | Mr Whoopee) | Cement Truck | DFT-30 | Dozer | Dumper | Flatbed | Linerunner | Mule | Packer | Roadtrain | Tanker | Yankee
LowridersBlade | Broadway | Remington | Savanna | Slamvan | Tahoma | Tornado | Voodoo
Public serviceBaggage | Bus | Cabbie | Coach | Forklift | Sweeper | Taxi | Tow Truck | Trashmaster | Tug | Utility Van
RailwayBrown Streak (Coach) | Freight (Flat) | Tram
Government and emergencyAmbulance | Barracks | Enforcer | FBI Rancher | Fire Truck (Ladder) | Patriot | Police (SFPD | LVPD) | Ranger | Rhino | S.W.A.T.
Offroad vehiclesBandito | BF Injection | Dune | Monster (Monstera | Monsterb) | Quad | Sandking
Fixed-wing aircraftAndromada | AT-400 | Beagle | Cropduster | Dodo | Hydra | Nevada | Rustler | Shamal | Skimmer | Stuntplane
HelicoptersCargobob | Hunter | Leviathan | Maverick (News Chopper | Police) | Raindance | Sparrow (Sea)
Bicycles and motorcyclesBike | BF-400 | BMX | Faggio (Pizzaboy) | FCR-900 | Freeway | HPV-1000 | Mountain Bike | NRG-500 | PCJ-600 | Sanchez | Wayfarer
WatercraftCoastguard | Dinghy | Jetmax | Launch | Marquis | Predator | Reefer | Speeder | Squalo | Tropic | Vortex
Remote controlled (RC)RC Bandit | RC Baron | RC Goblin | RC Raider | RC Tiger
TrailersArticulated Trailer (Hopper | Short) | Baggage Box (Open) | Farm Trailer | Petrol Truck | Tug Stairs
CountrysideCombine Harvester | Journey | Mower | Tractor
MiscellaneousCaddy | Jetpack | Kart | Parachute | Romero
Beta vehiclesAirtrain | Coastguard Maverick | FBI Truck | Float | Freight Box | RC Cam | Rio | Roller | Skateboard | Utility Trailer
Category:Vehicles in GTA San Andreas | Vehicle stats in GTA San Andreas | Vehicles in GTA San Andreas | Vehicles by type | Special Vehicles | Beta vehicles
[ ve ]Vehicles in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
Sports and muscle carsBanshee | Cheetah | Deimos SP | Hellenbach GT | Infernus | Phobos VT | Stinger | Thunder-Rodd | V8 Ghost
4WD and utilityBobcat | Landstalker | Patriot
CarsBF Injection | Esperanto | Idaho | Kuruma | Manana | Perennial (Hearse) | Sentinel | Stallion | Stretch
VansBlista | Moonbeam | Mr Whoopee | Pony (Ballot Van | Panlantic | Toyz) | Rumpo (Campaign) | Securicar
IndustrialFlatbed | Linerunner | Mule (Mr. Wongs) | Trashmaster | Yankee
Public serviceBus | Cabbie | Coach | Taxi (Bickle'76)
Government and emergencyAmbulance | Barracks OL (Ammo Truck) | Enforcer | FBI Cruiser | Firetruck | Police | Rhino
MotorcyclesAngel | Avenger | Faggio (Pizzaboy) | Freeway | Manchez | Noodleboy | PCJ-600 | Sanchez
WatercraftFerry | Ghost | Predator | Reefer | Speeder
Gang carsCartel Cruiser | Diablo Stallion | Forelli Exsess | Hoods Rumpo XL | Leone Sentinel | Sindacco Argento | Triad Fish Van | Yakuza Stinger | Yardie Lobo
RC VehiclesRC Bandit | RC Goblin | RC Raider
TrainsTrain (Portland El and Liberty City Subway)
AircraftDodo | Hunter* | Maverick* | Police Maverick | Police Maverick (NPC)* | VCN Maverick
UncontrollableStatic Planes (Airtrain | Learjet)
BetaCorpse | Cyclone GT | Impreza WRX | Lancer MF1 | Mafiablood | Skoiloine | Speaker Maverick | Supra | Tommy | Top Fun
† denotes controllable vehicles that cannot be obtained by normal means.
* denotes controllable vehicles that can be obtained by normal means via exploits during missions.

Category:Vehicles in GTA Liberty City Stories | Vehicles in GTA Liberty City Stories | Vehicles by type | Special Vehicles | Beta Vehicles
[ ve ]Vehicles in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
Sports and muscle carsBanshee | Cheetah | Comet | Deluxo | Infernus | Phoenix | Polaris V8 | Sabre (Cholo | Turbo) | Stinger
Four-door carsAdmiral | Glendale | Greenwood | Oceanic | Perennial | Regina | Sentinel | Sentinel XS | Stretch | Washington
Two-door carsBlista Compact | Esperanto | Hermes (Cuban) | Idaho | Manana | Stallion | Virgo | Voodoo
SUVs, trucks and vansBenson | Bobcat | Boxville (Mr Whoopee) | Burrito | Flatbed | Gang Rancher | Landstalker | Linerunner | Mesa Grande | Moonbeam | Mule | Patriot | Pony | Rumpo | Sandking | Walton | Yankee
Public serviceCabbie | Coach | Securicar | Taxi | Trashmaster
Government and emergencyAmbulance | Barracks OL (Ammo Truck) | Enforcer | FBI Rancher | FBI Washington | Fire Truck | Rhino | VCPD Cheetah | VCPD Cruiser | VCPD WinterGreen
Fixed-wing aircraftBiplane | Skimmer
HelicoptersAir Ambulance | Armadillo | Hunter | Little Willie | Maverick | Sea Sparrow | Sparrow | VCN Maverick | VCPD Maverick
Bicycles and MotorcyclesBiker Angel | BMX | Faggio | Freeway | PCJ-600 | Quad | Sanchez | Streetfighter | Ventoso | WinterGreen
WatercraftBovver'64 | Coast Guard | Dinghy | Jetmax | Jetski | Marquis | Predator | Reefer | Rio | Speeder | Squallo | Tropic | Violator | Yola
MiscellaneousBaggage Handler | BF Injection | Bulldozer | Caddy | Domestobot | Forklift | Splitz-6 ATV
UncontrollableStatic Planes (Airtrain | Learjet) | VCPD Maverick (NPC)
BetaAmbassador | Coastguard Maverick | Top Fun | Unnamed Motorcycle
Category:Vehicles in GTA Vice City Stories | Vehicles by type | Special Vehicles in GTA Vice City Stories | Beta Vehicles
[ ve ]Vehicles in Grand Theft Auto IV and its episodes
Sports cars and supercarsBanshee | Bullet GT | Comet | Coquette | F620 | Feltzer | Infernus | Sultan RS | SuperGT | Turismo
Muscle cars and vintageBucanneer | Dukes | Faction | Manana | Peyote | Ruiner | Sabre (Beater) | Sabre GT | Stallion | Tampa | Vigero | Virgo | Voodoo
Four-door carsAdmiral (Stretch) | Buffalo | Chavos | Cognoscenti | DF8-90 | Dilettante | Emperor (Beater) | Esperanto (Roman's Taxi) | Feroci (FlyUS) | Hakumai | Ingot | Intruder | Lokus | Marbelle | Merit | Oracle | Pinnacle | PMP 600 | Premier | Presidente | Primo | Regina | Schafter (Second Gen. (Stretch E)) | Solair | Stratum | Sultan | Super Diamond | Vincent | Washington | Willard
Two-door carsBlista Compact | Fortune | Futo | Rhapsody | Sentinel | Super Drop Diamond | Uranus
SUVs, pick-ups, and vansBobcat | Cavalcade (FXT) | Contender | Habanero | Huntley Sport | Landstalker | Minivan | Moonbeam | Patriot | Perennial (FlyUS) | Rancher | Rebla | Serrano (custom) | Slamvan
Commercial & industrialBenson | Biff | Boxville (Mr Tasty) | Burrito (Laundromat | Gang) | Flatbed | Mule | Packer | Phantom | Pony | Securicar | Speedo | Steed | Tow Truck | Yankee (Open bed)
Public serviceBus | Cabby | Cablecar | Subway Car | Taxi (Merit-based) | Trashmaster
Government and emergencyAmbulance | APC | Enforcer | FIB Buffalo | Fire Truck | NOOSE Cruiser | NOOSE Patriot | Police Bike | Police Cruiser (Buffalo | Wrecked) | Police Patrol | Police Stinger | Police Stockade | Prison Bus
MotorcyclesAkuma | Angel | Bati 800 (Custom) | Daemon | Diabolus | Double T (Custom) | Faggio (Classic) | Freeway | Hakuchou (Custom) | Hellfury | Hexer | Innovation | Lycan | Nightblade | NRG 900 | PCJ 600 | Revenant | Sanchez | Vader | Wayfarer | Wolfsbane | Zombie
BoatsBlade | Dinghy | Floater | Jetmax | Marquis | Predator | Reefer | Smuggler | Squalo | Tropic | Tug
HelicoptersAnnihilator | Buzzard | Maverick (Helitours | Police) | Skylift | Swift
MiscellaneousAirtug | Caddy | Forklift | Ripley | Romero | Window Cleaning Platform
UncontrollableStatic Planes (Ogham)
BetaAndromada | Brickade | Coach | Dodo | Fighter | NOOSE Boxville | Previon | Rhino | Schafter (stock) | Shamal
The Lost and Damned only. | The Ballad of Gay Tony only. | TLAD and TBOGT only.
Vehicles in GTA IV (Category) | Vehicles in TLAD (Category) | Vehicles in TBOGT (Category) | Vehicle Brands | Vehicles by type | Special Vehicles | Beta Vehicles | Drivetrains in GTA IV | Engines
[ ve ]Vehicles in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars
Sports, muscle and
tuner cars
500 XLR8 | Banshee | Cityscape | Comet | Dukes | Infernus | MK GT9 | Resolution X | Sabre GT | Stallion | Style SR | Sultan | Turismo
CarsAdmiral | Blista | Buccaneer | Chavos | Cognoscenti | Hellenbach | Ingot | Limo | Manana | Perennial | Peyote | Voodoo
SUVs, trucks and vansAngel | Alphamail | Bobcat | Burrito | Cavalcade | Cavalcade FXT | Dragon Wagon | Fists | Flatbed | Gumshoe | Patriot | Recovery | Tanker | Yankee
Public serviceBus | Cabbie | Subway Car
Government and emergencyAmbulance | FIB Rancher | Fire Truck | NOOSE Enforcer | Police Patrol | Rhino
MotorcyclesAngel | Chopper | NRG 900 | Sanchez
WatercraftCoast Guard Dinghy | Coast Guard Launch | Cruiser | Destroyer | Dinghy | Jetmax | Reefer | Wet Ski | Zhouboat
MiscellaneousBaggage Handler | Bulldozer | Formula R | Go Kart | Hearse
HelicoptersDefender | Helitours Maverick | Police Maverick | Sparrow
Static (Non-Controllable)Airtrain | Ogham
Beta VehiclesCoquette | Triad Burrito
Category:Vehicles in GTA Chinatown Wars | Vehicles in GTA Chinatown Wars | Vehicles by type | Special Vehicles | Beta Vehicles | Manufacturers
[ ve ]Vehicles in Grand Theft Auto V
SuperAdder | Bullet | Cheetah | Entity XF | Infernus | Osiris | T20 | Turismo R | Vacca | Voltic | Zentorno
Sports9F (Cabrio) | Alpha | Banshee | Blista Compact (Go Go Monkey Blista) | Buffalo (S (Sprunk)) | Carbonizzare | Comet | Coquette | Elegy RH8 | Feltzer | Furore GT | Fusilade | Futo | Jester (Racecar) | Massacro (Racecar) | Penumbra | Rapid GT (Convertible) | Schwartzer | Sultan | Surano
MuscleBlade | Buccaneer | Chino | Coquette BlackFin | Dominator (Pisswasser) | Dukes (Duke O'Death) | Gauntlet (Redwood) | Hotknife | Phoenix | Picador | Rat-Loader (Rat-Truck) | Ruiner | Sabre Turbo | Slamvan | Stallion (Burger Shot) | Vigero | Virgo | Voodoo
Sports ClassicsCoquette Classic | JB 700 | Manana | Monroe | Peyote | Pigalle | Roosevelt | Stinger | Stirling GT | Tornado (Beater | Cabrio | Mariachi) | Z-Type
SedansAsea (Snowed) | Asterope | Emperor (Beater | Snowed) | Fugitive | Glendale | Ingot | Intruder | Premier | Primo | Regina | Schafter | Stanier | Stratum | Super Diamond | Surge | Tailgater | Warrener | Washington (Romero Hearse | Stretch)
CompactsBlista | Dilettante (Merryweather Security) | Issi | Panto | Prairie | Rhapsody
CoupesCognoscenti Cabrio | Exemplar | F620 | Felon (GT) | Jackal | Oracle (XS) | Sentinel (XS) | Windsor | Zion (Cabrio)
SUVsBaller | BeeJay XL | Cavalcade | Dubsta | FQ 2 | Granger | Gresley | Habanero | Huntley S | Landstalker | Mesa (Snowed) | Patriot | Radius | Rocoto | Seminole | Serrano
VansBison (The Mighty Bush | McGill-Olsen) | Bobcat XL | Boxville (Utility | Humane Labs | Taco Van) | Burrito (Bugstars | Civilian | Snowed | Gang) | Camper | Journey | Minivan | Pony (SOTW) | Rumpo (Deludamol | Paradise) | Speedo (Clown Van) | Surfer (Rusted) | Youga
VehiclesAirtug | Caddy (Civilian) | Docktug | Fieldmaster (Snowed) | Forklift | Lawn Mower | Ripley | Sadler (Snowed) | Scrap Truck | Tow Truck (Yankee-based) | Tractor | Utility Truck (AWP | Contender-based)
TrailersArmy Trailer (Civilian | Extended) | Boat Trailer (Large) | Prop Trailer | Trailer (Rake | Small (Utility | Generator) | Flatbed | Logs | Articulated (Container | Commercial | Big Goods | Fame or Shame) | Dock | Car carrier (Pack Man)| Tanker (RON | Army))
CommercialBenson | Biff | Hauler | Mule | Packer | Phantom | Pounder | Stockade (Snowed)
IndustrialCutter | Dock Handler | Dozer | Dump | Flatbed | Mixer | Rubble | Tipper
ServiceBus (Airport) | Dashound | Rental Shuttle Bus (Tourbus) | Taxi | Trashmaster
EmergencyAmbulance | FIB (Buffalo) | Fire Truck | Lifeguard | Park Ranger | Police Bike | Police Cruiser (Buffalo | Interceptor) | Police Rancher | Police Riot | Police Roadcruiser | Police Prison Bus | Police Transporter | Sheriff Cruiser | Sheriff SUV | Unmarked Cruiser
MilitaryBarracks (Semi) | Crusader | Rhino Tank
MotorcyclesAkuma | Bagger | Bati 801 (RR) | Carbon RS | Daemon | Double T | Faggio | Hakuchou | Hexer | Innovation | Nemesis | PCJ-600 | Ruffian | Sanchez (Livery) | Sovereign | Thrust | Vader | Vindicator
HelicoptersBuzzard (Attack Chopper) | Cargobob (Jetsam | TPE) | Frogger (FIB/TPE) | Maverick | Police Maverick | Skylift | Swift (Deluxe)
PlanesAtomic Blimp | Besra | Cargo Plane | Cuban 800 | Dodo | Duster | Jet | Luxor (Deluxe) | Mallard | Mammatus | Miljet | P-996 LAZER | Shamal | Titan | Velum | Vestra | Xero Blimp
BoatsDinghy (2-seater) | Jetmax | Kraken | Marquis | Police Predator | Seashark (Lifeguard) | Speeder | Squalo | Submersible | Suntrap | Toro | Tropic
Off-RoadBifta | Blazer (Hot Rod | Lifeguard) | Bodhi | Brawler | Dubsta 6x6 | Dune Buggy (Space Docker) | Duneloader | Injection | Kalahari | Liberator | Marshall | Mesa | Rancher XL (North Yankton) | Rebel (Rusty) | Sandking XL (SWB)
CyclesBMX | Cruiser | Endurex Race Bike | Fixter | Scorcher | Tri-Cycles Race Bike | Whippet Race Bike
TrainsCable Car | Freight Train (Freight Car | Freight Container 1 | Freight Container 2 | Freight Grain | Tanker Car) | Metrotrain
Static (Non-Controllable)Daisy Lee | Dignity | Octopus | Olifantus | Ocean Motion | Scrap Handler | SS Bulker | The Sea Urchin | UFOs
Beta VehiclesAdmiral | Annihilator | Autogyro | Avera | Baletrailer | Bobcat | Bobsleigh | Bodhi (Clean) | Buccaneer variant | Burrito (McGill-Olsen) | Caddy variant | Casco | Cavalcade FXT | CCX | Chavos | Cognoscenti (55) | Combine Harvester | CS2000 | Digger | DF8-90 | EOD | Esperanto | Faction | Feltzer (Convertible) | Feroci | FH-1 Hunter | FIB (Snowed) | Fire Truck variant | Freeway | Furzen | Graintrailer | Hakumai | Hellfury | Horse | Injection (Clean) | Issi variant | JZ125 | Kart | Lokus | Majestic | Marbelle | Matador | Merit | Miner | Mower variant | Mule (Ramp-door) | Mr Tasty | Napalm | NOOSE Van | NRG 900 | Packer variants | Pinnacle | PMP 600 | Police Fugitive | Police Stinger | Presidente | Previon | Pyxis | RC Bandito | Sabre | Scamp | Seinove | Sentinel variant | Serrano (Custom) | Shamal variant | Skimmer | Skimobile | Skivvy | Solair | Squaddie | Steed | Speedo variants | Stockade (Bobcat Security) | Submarine | Sultan variant | Sultan RS | SuperGT | SXR | Taxi (Dilettante-based) | Trailer (Vulkan) | Trawler | Trial | Unknown high-wing plane | Unknown private jet | Unknown RV | Uranus | Vader variant | Vulkan | Wayfarer | Willard | Winky | Yankee | Z75
Vehicles in GTA V (Category) | Vehicle Brands | Vehicles by type | Special Vehicles | Beta Vehicles | Manufacturers | Vehicle classes | Vehicle Features

DLC Content Vehicles
Added as part of the following GTA Online content updates:
Ill-Gotten Gains Part 2 | Ill-Gotten Gains Part 1 | Heists | Festive Surprise | The Last Team Standing Update | The San Andreas Flight School Update | The Independence Day Special | The "I'm Not a Hipster" Update | The High Life Update | The Business Update | The Valentine's Day Massacre Special | Beach Bum Update

Other Vehicles
Enhanced Version | Special/Collector's Edition and Pre-Order Bonus | Social Club
[ ve ]Vehicles in Grand Theft Auto Online
Super811 | Adder | Autarch | Banshee 900R | Bullet | Champion | Cheetah | Cyclone (II) | Deveste Eight | Emerus | Entity XF (MT | XXR) | ETR1 | FMJ | Furia | GP1 | Ignus (Weaponized) | Infernus | Itali GTB (Custom) | Krieger | LM87 | Nero (Custom) | Osiris | Penetrator | Pipistrello | RE-7B | Reaper | S80RR | SC1 | Scramjet | Sultan RS | T20 | Taipan | Tigon | Tempesta | Tezeract | Thrax | Torero XO | Turismo Omaggio | Turismo R | Tyrant | Tyrus | Vacca | Vagner | Vigilante | Virtue | Visione | Voltic (Rocket) | X80 Proto | XA-21 | Zeno | Zentorno | Zorrusso
Sports300R | 8F Drafter | 9F (Cabrio | 10F (Widebody)) | Alpha | Banshee | Bestia GTS | Blista Compact (Go Go Monkey) | Buffalo (S (Sprunk)) | Calico GTF | Carbonizzare | Comet (Retro Custom (Safari) | S2 (Cabrio) | SR) | Coquette (D10) | Corsita | Cypher (Drift Spec) | Drift Tampa (Drift Spec) | Elegy RH8 (Retro Custom) | Envisage | Euros (Drift Spec) | Feltzer | Flash GT | Furore GT | Fusilade | Futo (GTX (Drift Spec)) | GB200 | Growler | Hotring Everon | Hotring Hellfire | Hotring Sabre | Imorgon | Issi Sport | Itali GTO | Itali GTO Stinger TT | Itali RSX | Jester (Classic | Racecar | RR (Drift Spec)) | Jugular | Khamelion | Komoda | Kuruma (Armored) | La Coureuse | Locust | Lynx | Massacro (Racecar) | Neo | Neon | Niobe | Omnis (e-GT) | Panthere | Paragon R (Armored | S) | Pariah | Penumbra (FF) | Raiden | Rapid GT (Convertible) | Raptor | Remus (Drift Spec) | Revolter | RT3000 | Ruston | S95 | Seven-70 | Schafter LWB | Schafter V12 | Schlagen GT | Schwartzer | Sentinel Classic (Widebody (Drift Spec)) | SM722 | Specter (Custom) | Streiter | Sugoi | Sultan (Classic (RS)) | Surano | Tropos Rallye | V-STR | Verlierer | Vectre | Veto (Classic) | ZR350 (Drift Spec) | ZR380 (Apocalypse | Future Shock | Nightmare)
MuscleArbiter GT | Blade | Broadway | Brigham | Buccaneer (Custom | Lurcher) | Buffalo EVX | Buffalo STX | Chino (Custom) | Clique (Wagon) | Coquette BlackFin | Deviant | Dominator (Apocalypse | ASP | Future Shock | GT | GTT | GTX | Nightmare | Pisswasser) | Dukes (Beater | Duke O'Death) | Ellie | Eudora | Faction (Custom (Donk)) | Gauntlet (Classic (Custom)) | Hellfire | Redwood) | Greenwood | Hermes | Hotknife | Hustler | Impaler (Apocalypse | Future Shock | LX | Nightmare | SZ) | Imperator (Apocalypse | Future Shock | Nightmare) | Manana Custom | Moonbeam (Custom) | Nightshade | Peyote Gasser | Phoenix | Picador | Rat-Truck (Rat-Loader) | Ruiner (2000 (Wreck) | ZZ-8) | Sabre Turbo (Custom) | Slamvan (Apocalypse | Custom | Future Shock | Lost | Nightmare) | Stallion (Burger Shot) | Tahoma Coupe | Tampa (Weaponized) | Tulip (M-100) | Vamos | Vigero (ZX (Convertible)) | Virgo | Virgo Classic (Custom) | Voodoo (Custom) | Weevil Custom | Yosemite (Drift (Drift Spec))
Sports Classics190z | Ardent | Casco | Cheburek | Cheetah Classic | Coquette Classic | Coquette D1 | Deluxo | Dynasty | Fagaloa | GT500 | Infernus Classic | JB 700 (W) | Mamba | Manana | Michelli GT | Monroe | Nebula Turbo (Drift Spec) | Peyote (Custom) | Pigalle | Rapid GT Classic | Retinue (Mk II) | Roosevelt (Fränken Stange | Valor) | Savestra | Stinger (GT) | Stirling GT | Stromberg | Swinger | Toreador | Torero | Tornado (Beater | Mariachi | Custom | Rat Rod) | Turismo Classic | Viseris | Z-Type | Zion Classic
SedansAsea (Snowed) | Asterope (GZ) | Cinquemila | Cognoscenti (Armored | 55 (Armored)) | Deity | Emperor (Beater | Snowed) | Fugitive | Glendale (Custom) | Ingot | Intruder | Premier | Primo (Custom) | Regina | Rhinehart | Schafter (LWB (Armored) | V12 (Armored) | Turreted Limo) | Stafford | Stanier | Stratum | Super Diamond | Surge | Tailgater (S) | Vorschlaghammer | Warrener (HKR) | Washington (Romero Hearse | Stretch)
CompactsAsbo | Blista (Kanjo) | Brioso R/A (300 (Widebody)) | Club | Dilettante (Security) | Issi (Classic (Apocalypse | Future Shock | Nightmare)) | Panto | Prairie | Rhapsody | Weevil
CoupesCognoscenti Cabrio | Euros X32 | Exemplar | F620 | Felon (GT) | FR36 (Drift Spec) | Jackal | Kanjo SJ | Oracle (XS) | Previon | Postlude | Sentinel (XS) | Windsor (Drop) | Zion (Cabrio)
SUVsAleutian | Astron (Custom) | Baller (LE (Armored) | LE LWB (Armored | ST (ST-D))) | BeeJay XL | Castigator | Cavalcade (XL) | Contender | Dorado | Dubsta (Custom) | FQ 2 | Granger (3600LX) | Gresley | Habanero | Huntley S | I-Wagen | Issi Rally | Jubilee | Landstalker (XL) | Mesa | Novak | Patriot (Stretch) | Radius | Rebla GTS | Rocoto | Seminole (Frontier) | Serrano | Squaddie | Toros | Vivanite | XLS (Armored)
VansBison (The Mighty Bush | McGill-Olsen) | Bobcat XL | Boxville (Armored | Utility | Humane Labs | LSDS | PostOP | Taco Van) | Burrito (Bugstars | Civilian | Gang (Custom) | McGill-Olsen | Snowed) | Camper | Journey (II) | Minivan (Custom) | Pony (Smoke On The Water) | Rumpo (Custom | Deludamol | Paradise) | Speedo (Clown Van | Custom (Personal Vehicle)) | Surfer (Custom | Rusted) | Youga (Classic (4x4 | Custom))
VehiclesAirtug | Caddy (Civilian | Bunker) | Docktug | Fieldmaster | Forklift | Lawn Mower | Ripley | Sadler (Snowed) | Scrap Truck | Slamtruck | Tractor | Tow Truck (Beater) | Utility Truck (AWP | Contender-based)
TrailersBoat Trailer (Dinghy | Seasharks) | Graintrailer | Mobile Operations Center | Trailer (Rake | Small (Utility | Generator) | Flatbed | Logs | Articulated (Big Goods | Container | Commercial | Fame or Shame | Gunrunning | Happy Holidays Hauler | LS Panic) | Dock | Car carrier | Tanker (RON | Army | Heist))
CommercialBenson (Cluckin' Bell) | Biff | Cerberus (Apocalypse | Future Shock | Nightmare) | Hauler (Custom) | Mule (Custom | Heist | Ramp-door | Short Trips) | Packer | Phantom (Custom | Festive | Wedge) | Pounder (Custom) | Stockade | Terrorbyte
IndustrialDock Handler | Dozer | Dump | Flatbed | Guardian | Mixer | Rubble | Tipper
ServiceBrickade (6x6 | Dune) | Bus (Airport) | Dashound | Festival Bus | Rental Shuttle Bus (Tour Bus) | Taxi | Trashmaster (Heist) | Wastelander
EmergencyAmbulance | Dominator FX Interceptor | Dorado Cruiser | FIB (Buffalo) | Fire Truck | Gauntlet Interceptor | Greenwood Cruiser | Impaler LX Cruiser | Impaler SZ Cruiser | Lifeguard | Park Ranger | Police Bike | Police Cruiser (Interceptor | Stanier LE | Unmarked) | Police Riot | Prison Bus | Police Transporter (Bail Enforcement) | RCV | Sheriff Cruiser | Sheriff SUV
MilitaryAnti-Aircraft Trailer | APC | Barracks (Semi | Heist) | Barrage | Chernobog | Crusader | Half-track | Invade and Persuade Tank | Rhino Tank | Scarab (Apocalypse | Future Shock | Nightmare) | Thruster | TM-02 Khanjali | Vetir
MotorcyclesAkuma | Avarus (Sanctus) | Bagger | Bati 801 (RR) | BF400 | Carbon RS | Chimera | Cliffhanger | Daemon (Custom) | Defiler | Diabolus (Custom) | Double T | Enduro | Esskey | Faggio (Mod | Sport) | FCR 1000 (Custom) | Gargoyle (Apocalypse | Future Shock | Nightmare) | Hakuchou (Drag) | Hexer | Innovation | Lectro | Nemesis | Nightblade | Oppressor (Mk II) | PCJ-600 | Powersurge | Rampant Rocket | Reever | Ruffian | Sanchez (Livery | Manchez (Scout (C))) | Shinobi | Shotaro | Sovereign | Stryder | Thrust | Vader | Vindicator | Vortex | Wolfsbane (Rat Bike) | Zombie Chopper (Bobber)
HelicoptersAkula | Annihilator (Stealth) | Buzzard (Attack Chopper) | Cargobob (Jetsam | Drop Zone) | Conada (Weaponized) | FH-1 Hunter | Frogger (FIB) | Havok | Maverick (Police Maverick (Air Ambulance)) | Savage | Sparrow (Sea) | Skylift | SuperVolito (Carbon) | Swift (Deluxe) | Valkyrie (MOD.0) | Volatus
PlanesAlpha-Z1 | Avenger (Prop | Upgraded (Prop)) | B-11 Strikeforce | Besra | Blimp | Cargo Plane (Unmarked) | Cuban 800 | Dodo | Duster | F-160 Raiju | Howard NX-25 | Hydra | LF-22 Starling | Mallard | Mammatus | Miljet | Mogul | Nimbus | P-45 Nokota | P-996 LAZER | Pyro | RM-10 Bombushka | RO-86 Alkonost | Rogue | Seabreeze | Shamal (Luxor (Deluxe)) | Streamer216 | Titan | Tula | Ultralight | V-65 Molotok | Velum (5-Seater) | Vestra | Volatol
BoatsAvisa | Dinghy (Heist | Slimline | Weaponized) | Jetmax | Kosatka | Kraken | Kurtz 31 Patrol Boat | Longfin | Marquis | Police Predator | Seashark (Lifeguard | Slimline) | Speeder (Slimline) | Squalo | Submersible | Suntrap | Toro (Slimline) | Tropic (Slimline) | Tug
Off-RoadBifta | Blazer (Aqua | Hot Rod | Lifeguard | Street) | Bodhi | Boor | Brawler | Bruiser (Apocalypse | Future Shock | Nightmare) | Brutus (Apocalypse | Future Shock | Nightmare) | Caracara (4x4) | Desert Raid | Draugur | Dubsta 6x6 | Dune Buggy (FAV | Ramp Buggy | Space Docker) | Duneloader | Everon | Freecrawler | Hellion | Injection | Insurgent (Pick-Up (Custom)) | Kalahari | Kamacho | Liberator | Marshall | Menacer | Mesa | MonstroCiti | Nightshark | Outlaw | Patriot Mil-Spec | Rancher XL | Ratel | RC Bandito | Rebel (Rusty | Technical (Aqua | Custom)) | Riata | Sandking XL (SWB) | Sasquatch (Apocalypse | Future Shock | Nightmare) | Terminus | Trophy Truck | Vagrant | Verus | Walton L35 | Winky | Yosemite 1500 | Yosemite Rancher | Zhaba
CyclesBMX | Cruiser | Endurex Race Bike | Inductor (Junk Energy) | Scorcher | Tri-Cycles Race Bike | Whippet Race Bike
TrainsFreight Train (Cluckin' Bell Farm Raid | Freight Car | Freight Car 2 | Freight Container 1 | Freight Container 2 | Freight Grain | Tanker Car) | Metrotrain
Open WheelBR8 | DR1 | PR4 | R88
Static (Non-Controllable)Cutter | Daisy Lee | Dignity | Galaxy Super Yacht (Aquarius, Pisces, Orion) | HODL | HSW Mule | Narcosub | Jet | La'oub Princess | LSCM Mule | Mechanic Mule | Octopus | Olifantus | Ocean Motion | Ramius | SS Bulker | S.S. Daddy's Boy | Tattoo Parlor Boxville | The Sea Urchin | UFOs | USS Luxington ATT-16 | Wakebreaker
UpcomingDominator FX | Pizza Boy | Vorschlaghammer (Drift Spec)
Beta VehiclesBaletrailer | Bati 801 Police variant | Cargobob variant | Caracara Police variant | CZ1 | Cognoscenti variant | Granger Police Variant | Panto Police Variant | Updated Police Bike variant | Updated Police Buffalo variant | Updated Police Cruiser variant | Updated Police Transporter variant | Riata Police variant | Vamos Arena War variant | Verlierer variant | Zoku
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