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There were a lot of things to like about Lampadati's Viseris: the smooth handling, the chiseled good looks, the salt-of-the-earth engineering. More than anything else, you had to love the unmistakable roar of its barbaric V8. But if you thought that sweet, sweet song couldn't be improved, you were wrong: offset by the rattle of twin forward-facing machine guns, it takes on a whole new depth of character.
Please note: Weapon modifications can only be applied at a Vehicle Workshop inside an Avenger or Mobile Operations Center.
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The Lampadati Viseris is a 2-door classic sports car featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the The Doomsday Heist update, released on January 9th, 2018, during the Viseris Week event.


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The Viseris takes inspiration from the De Tomaso Pantera GT5 and the Maserati Merak. It also takes design cues from the BMW M1, while the front trunk intakes and side windows are taken from the AMC AMX/3 concept car.

The Viseris is depicted as a sports car with a similar design to the Tropos Rallye, having a wedge-shaped profile and two-door layout. The lower area of the car is predominated by a body extension with a single wide intake, while the upper area has dual grilles with chrome trims around and a separation on the centre. On the bonnet area, two pop-up square lamps can be seen on the outer edges, while the bonnet features two black, plastic-like inset areas leading to a set of air filters, having numerous strakes over them. The same bonnet opens to reveal a silver finish on the frontal section, as well as a small luggage compartment with a single battery box. The Lampadati emblem can be also seen on the front.

The sides of the car are defined by the wide fender flares and wide side skirts, which are part of the bodywork. The cabin area makes use of black trim around the windows and rounded rear-quarter windows, as well as rounded mirror wings and traditional door handles. The area behind the cabin mostly consist of a flat engine compartment between the elevated areas of the cabin, which opens to reveal the engine and the exhaust manifolds.

The rear of the car is relatively simple in appearance, having the corresponding central area for the number plate and the Lampadati badging just above it. The outer sides of the car are predominated by horizontal tail light strips with six slots per unit, with the upper strips being the brake lamps, the middle ones the main lamps and the lower ones being the turning and reverse lamps. A black, plastic-like bumper can be seen below the tail lamps, while the area further below the bumper is predominated by an exhaust muffler with twin exit exhaust tubes on either side.

Its interior uses the same dial set as the Banshee, but arranged in a unique way to fit into the car's dashboard, with the speedometer and tachometer centralized on the driver, two smaller gauges on either side of the main ones and four more smaller gauges on the central console, below the radio set. Red and green buttons can be seen around the driver-side dashboard and numerous switches are seen next to the central aircon units, along with the Lampadati badging on the steering wheel and passenger compartment.

The primary colour of the car is applied on the body, the central detail of the steering wheel and the rear portions of the seats, while the secondary one is applied on the rear-view mirrors. A trim colour is also available for the interior, being applied to the dashboard, door cards, central section between the seats, inner portions of the seats and the overstitches of the steering wheel and the seats. It uses a unique set of rims consisting of five open slots and ten dual smaller ones, placed around a pentagon-shaped centre with the Lampadati emblem on it. The rear wheels are also wider than the front ones.

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Performance-wise, the Viseris has below average performance in comparison to most cars of its class. The car has mediocre traction, which gives it a tendency of spinning out around corners, and it has decent top speed, albeit inferior to most vehicles. However, when fully upgraded, its top speed exceeds some of the higher end super cars. The car's suspension can also be slammed, "stancing" it and making it a great drift car. Overall, the Viseris cannot be satisfactory in Sports Classic racing, but still dominates vehicles within its class.

The Viseris' statistical stock top speed is 109 mph / 175.4 km/h.[1]

  • EMS Engine Upgrade 1 produces 110 mph / 177 km/h.
  • EMS Engine Upgrade 2 produces 112 mph / 180.2 km/h.
  • EMS Engine Upgrade 3 produces 114 mph / 183.5 km/h.
  • EMS Engine Upgrade 4 produces 118 mph / 189.9 km/h.

This makes it, when fully upgraded, one of the fastest vehicles in the game, in a straight line, exceeding the Hustler, and Ardent, however it is still beaten by the Banshee 900R and Pariah when they are fully upgraded.

The vehicle is powered by a single-cam V8 engine with double-barrel carburetors, coupled to a 5-speed gearbox in a rear-mid engine, rear wheel drive layout. Its engine sound appears to be a lower-pitched variation of the one used in the Vigilante.


Machine Gun: The vehicle can be equipped with two front-facing machine guns operated by the driver, which perform the same as those of vehicles like the Blazer Aqua and the Ruiner 2000. They have decent firepower against players and vehicles with none or light armor, but will struggle against heavily-armored vehicles.

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Vehicle Statistics - 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 96.6 / 155.5 5 N/A RWD 1400 / 3086 60
Website Statements [?] / Badges
N/A N/A N/A V8 N/A N/A N/A
N/A 109 / 175.4 5 RMR SOHC V8 w/ 4 double-barrel carburetors (In-game model) RWD Cannot be observed Cannot be observed
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The Viseris can be modified at Los Santos Customs and other mod shops, although the weapons can only be accessed by a Vehicle Workshop inside a Mobile Operations Center or Avenger.

Category Modification Price Image
Armor No Armor $1,000
Armor Upgrade 20% $7,500
Armor Upgrade 40% $12,000
Armor Upgrade 60% $20,000
Armor Upgrade 80% $35,000
Armor Upgrade 100% $50,000
Brakes Stock Brakes $1,000
Street Brakes $20,000
Sport Brakes $27,000
Race Brakes $35,000
Bumpers Front Bumpers Stock Front Bumper $2,200
Blacked Extension $4,600
Primary Extension $7,400
Secondary Extension $11,700
Bolted Extension $14,500
Race Setup $14,700
Rear Bumpers Stock Rear Bumper $2,200
Removed $4,600
Chrome Stock $7,400
Chassis Stock Chassis $700
Parcel Shelf $1,100
Interior Window $1,350
GT Filters $1,500
Engine Engine Tunes EMS Upgrade, Level 1 $9,000
EMS Upgrade, Level 2 $12,500
EMS Upgrade, Level 3 $18,000
EMS Upgrade, Level 4 $33,500
Engine Covers Stock Engine Cover $200
Carbon Detail $750
Vented Cover $1,340
Carbon Vented Cover $1,650
Blacked Louvers $3,000
Primary Louvers $3,200
Rear Roof Scoops $3,650
Vanity Cover $4,100
Exhausts Stock Exhaust $260
Twin Titanium Tips $750
Twin Chrome $1,800
Horizontal Single $3,000
Carbon Big Bore $9,550
Cannons $9,750
Mk1 Diffusers $10,500
Mk2 Diffusers $12,000
Explosives Ignition Bomb $5,000
Remote Bomb $7,500
Fenders Stock Fender $300
Panel Splits $900
Widebody Kit $1,500
Hoods Stock Hood $1,600
Secondary Detail $3,000
Carbon Detail $5,000
Single Vent $8,000
Horns Main article: Los Santos Customs/Horns -
Lights Headlights Stock Lights $600
Xenon Lights $7,500
Neon Kits Main article: Los Santos Customs/Lights -
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Full Coverage
Plates Blue on White 1 $200
Blue on White 2 $200
Blue on White 3 $200
Yellow on Blue $300
Yellow on Black $600
Respray Main article: Los Santos Customs/Respray Colors
Sell Sell Vehicle
Skirts Stock Skirts $2,500
Blacked Extensions $5,500
Primary Extensions $8,000
Secondary Extensions $10,500
Bolted Extensions $14,000
Spoilers None $6,000
Hoodlip Spoiler $7,050
Slipstream Spoiler $10,000
Tailgate Spoiler $13,000
V Wing Spoiler $14,000
Primary Dovetail Spoiler $16,000
Carbon Dovetail Spoiler $16,500
Carbon Race Spoiler $17,000
Carbon Aerodyn Spoiler $17,500
Carbon Drag Spoiler $18,000
Competition Spoiler $18,500
Suspension Stock Suspension $200
Lowered Suspension $1,000
Street Suspension $2,000
Sport Suspension $3,400
Transmission Stock Transmission $1,000
Street Transmission $29,500
Sports Transmission $32,500
Race Transmission $40,000
Turbo None $5,000
Turbo Tuning $50,000
Weapons No Weapon $700
Mounted Machine Guns $100,000
Wheels Main article: Los Santos Customs/Wheels
Windows None $500
Light Smoke $1,500
Dark Smoke $3,500
Limo $5,000

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Update Change(s)
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PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC
1.42 12/12/2017 Added Viseris, hidden in game files.
01/09/2018 Released to GTA Online. Added for purchase on Legendary Motorsport.
1.43 03/20/2018 Adjustments to the vehicle’s suspension was made to fix the top speed.



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  • With the MK.I or MK.II rear diffuser exhausts added, the player can remove the licence plate, making it illegal on the road.


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  • Originally, the Viseris' top speed unnaturally exceeded some of the fastest vehicles in the game, such as the Pariah added in the same update, and the Banshee 900R when fully upgraded, often reaching up to 150 mph. This was caused by a suspension glitch, which could sometimes occur when upgrading the vehicle.

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  1. How do we gain these statistics?:
    GTA Wiki: Manual of Style/Vehicles/Speed Testing - GTA V and GTA Online
    These top speeds are not suitable for comparing cars and their performance on the road. Roads are bumpy, and bumps in the game give vehicles random boosts of speed, increasing the overall road top speed. These top speeds simply show which car has the highest statistical speed, essentially a speed which considers all the variables added to the initial raw top speed in the handling files, and do not reflect the top speed each of these cars could reach on the road or even travelling through air. Finally, these speeds do not determine which car is "quickest" or "fastest" - competing vehicles in drag races may result in unexpected outcomes, due to the fact that restricting the drag race distance may not allow certain vehicles to reach their top speed, as the acceleration of vehicles has a massive affect on their performance and reliability in racing. These statistical top speeds give all vehicles plenty of time to reach their highest top speed on a flat, indefinitely-long strip of straight track.