From the Ocelot Pariah to the Pfister 811, here are the three fastest cars in GTA 5 Online.
GTA 5 Online is known for its chaos, but it’s also popular because of the variety of fast cars available.
Some are significantly faster than others, with one reaching a top speed of 147 mph.
In Grand Theft Auto 5, the Ocelot Pariah takes the top spot as the fastest car without any additional modifications or boost.
The Ocelot Pariah was introduced in December 2017 as part of the 1.42 Doomsday Heist update. Its top speed is 136 mph.
In GTA 5 Online, the Grotti Itali RSX is the second fastest vehicle.
The Grotti Itali RSX, one of the game’s new additions, was released alongside the popular 1.52 Cayo Perico Heist update.
It’s said to be heavily inspired by a Ferrari, with some parts resembling Lamborghini models.
It’s a powerhouse of a sports car with a top speed of just over 135 mph.
The Pfister 811 completes the top three.
The car is based on the Porsche 918 Spyder, a car with a worldwide production of less than 1000 units.
The 811 will undoubtedly be a favorite, with a top speed of 133 mph.
With a top speed of 147 mph, the Grotti Vigilante is unquestionably the fastest vehicle in the GTA 5 Online universe.
The Vigilante is a fan favorite because it resembles the Batmobile so closely.
The car first appeared in GTA 5 Online in October 2017 with the 1.41 Smuggler’s Run update.
Since then, no car has been able to match its speed.
The Annis ZR380 comes in second, but it’s still a long way off.
It has a top speed of 140 mph, so it’s a fast car.
The car made its debut in the 1.46 Arena War update in December 2018.
The Apocalypse ZR380 is another variant, but it isn’t as fast.
No, this car isn’t a hidden jet.
The Declasse Scramjet is a fully-weaponized vehicle that resembles the Mach Five from the anime series Speed Racer.
With a top speed of 137 mph, this car knows how to drive despite being loaded with weapons.
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