"Kill that Hunger"
―Side of Taco Van.

The Brute Taco Van is a commercial food van operated by Attack-a-Taco in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online.


Grand Theft Auto V

The Taco Van is an extended variant of the Boxville, which has been purposed for selling Tacos and other Mexican foods.

The vehicle shares many of the details from the Boxville, but incorporates a stand on the left side (with the side compartment always closed), an air conditioner that sticks out of the left wall and a single door for the driver. The name of the food truck, according to the menu list, is Attack-a-Taco. The slogan is "Kill That Hunger." The shape of a grenade is used as the logo, while the 'o' in it's name also represents a grenade. It serves these Mexican dishes:

  • Tacos/Burritos/Tortas (sandwiches). De asada (steak), Picadillo (mince meat), Carnitas (Mexican style pork), Barbacoa (Mexican barbecued lamb), Lengua (Ox tongue), Pancita (Ox belly), Buche.
  • Quesadillas.
  • Tostadas (deep fried tortillas).
  • Sodas and Juices.
  • Several optional foods, which includes Phat Chips, P's & Q's and The Nut House snacks, as well as ECola and Sprunk sodas.

The Taco Van can spawn with or without an additional roof sign displaying the company name.

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Grand Theft Auto V

Much like the Boxville, the Taco Van is a heavy rear-wheel-drive vehicle. Its engine is capable of powering it up to moderately high speeds, but acceleration suffers, likely due to its heavy weight. Poor weight distribution makes the vehicle prone to tipping over when cornering at high speeds, and due to its significant body roll and heavy weight, it is prone to oversteer as well. However, its weight can be used as an advantage when trying to ram other cars off the road. 

The vehicle is powered by a double overhead camshaft inline-4 engine, mounted with a large chrome turbocharger, laid longitudinally in a front engine, rear wheel drive configuration. The engine sounds to be a low revving diesel engine with slow valve timing.

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Vehicle Statistics - Grand Theft Auto V
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N/A 62 / 100 4 N/A RWD 5500 / 12125 65
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Cannot be observed Cannot be observed 4 FR SOHC Turbocharged Inline-4 (In-game model) N/A Cannot be observed Cannot be observed
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Grand Theft Auto V

  • Commonly found in tourist viewpoint spots along the freeway.
  • Parked at a road in Sandy Shores, next to Trevor's Trailer.
  • Commonly parked in a layby off Alhambra Drive in Sandy Shores.
  • Can almost always be seen driving near the graveyard in Pacific Bluffs.


Grand Theft Auto V

  • The default radio station for the Taco Van is Blue Ark and sometimes East Los FM.
  • None of the Mexican dishes listed in the menu can be sold in the Taco Van.
  • The conditions onboard the Taco Van are likely unsanitary, as mentioned in a Weazel News report.
  • It seems that, while the roof features 4 "sunroofs", the interior is modeled like there is a large sunroof. Probably a design oversight. This was fixed in the enhanced version, due to the first person view introduction and interior changes.
  • The existence of an openable side door suggests that in the Beta, it served much like the Hotdog from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (vending food to restore health).
  • The air conditioner that sticks out of the left wall is blocking the driver's view of the rear corner mirror.
  • It is impossible to see the speedometer/rpm gauge while in first person view

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