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"There was a time when a road-legal coupe could moonlight as a performance rally car and no one batted an eye. Consumers didn't need the reassurance of a touch-screen interface and integrated GPS. People could get behind a no-frills, lightweight bucket of speed, and their relatives wouldn't sue the manufacturer when it burst into flames. Those were the days of the Sentinel Classic - and now they're back."
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The Übermacht Sentinel Classic is a vehicle featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the The Doomsday Heist update, released on December 19th, 2017, during the Festive Surprise 2017 event.


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The Sentinel Classic appears to be based primarily on the BMW E30 M3, with the headlights from a Volkswagen Jetta Mk1. Its dashboard model is shared with the Deluxo, though it has its own unique steering wheel. The fog lights located on the front bumper on this vehicle are functional.

The Sentinel Classic is reminiscent of the 3D Universe rendition of the Sentinel, except that it is designed as a 2-door coupé rather than a 4-door sedan. It seems to combine elements from both the Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City iterations of the Sentinel for both ends, although the rear end features red, yellow and white lights (compared to the VC Sentinel's single red lights).

The steering wheel has the word ‘Turbo’ badged onto the horn cap, this is accurate as the vehicle’s stock engine can be clearly heard utilising a turbocharger. It should also be noted that this sound has a much higher pitch than other vehicle’s equipped with turbo, and is unique to this vehicle.

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Despite the Sentinel's statistics, it performs better than advertised. Acceleration is unbelievably quick, despite the stats, which are telling a different story. Brakes are quite strong, but lose their effectiveness at speed. The Sentinel shares some handling traits with the Futo, such as its light back end that makes it prone to oversteer. Fitting the Sentinel Classic with off-road tires gives it performance benefits when driving around dirt road, making it a potential vehicle for off-road races.

Despite there being no turbocharger on the engine model, a blow-off valve can be heard.

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GTA Online - Festive Surprise 2017 & Ubermacht Sentinel Classic

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  • The Rockstar Games livery is based on an almost identical fan-made BMW M3 livery from 2015.
  • The vehicle supports three different louver modifications in Los Santos Customs, all of which are called "Leone Louvers", a clear reference to the Mafia Sentinel from GTA III and GTA LCS.
  • The Sentinel Classic is listed in the Sports class, rather than Sports Classics class, unlike most other sports/super vehicles denoted "Classic". This is likely due to its performance output and its sporty nature.
  • The Sentinel Classic's description as a rally car may refer to BMW M3 E30's real-life reputation in rallying.
  • On the gear shift lever, it is indicated that reverse gear is where 1st would be; 5th, on the other hand, is where reverse would be in a typical gearbox. This may be a reference to old gearboxes that were applied to cars with a racing heritage.