Grand Theft Auto Online’s next-gen version is here, and PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S players can claim some exclusive vehicles. Here’s every vehicle, its price, and where you can buy it from.
PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X owners can finally get their hands on GTA Online’s next-gen edition, offering players 4K resolution, 60 FPS, and faster load times. But that’s not all, as players can get their hands on some exclusive vehicles.
Here’s every exclusive vehicle that PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S players can get their hands on, as well as where you can buy them from and for how much.
GTA Online next-gen edition exclusive vehicles
Grand Theft Auto leaker TezFunz2 showed off the exclusive vehicles that next-gen PS5 and Xbox Series players can purchase.
It’s worth noting that while TezFunz2’s screenshots say “Part of Xbox Series X|S,” PS5 players will see the same cars with “Part of PlayStation 5” beside them. So, these vehicles will be available for both platforms.
- Pfister Astron Custom – $1,720,000
- Coil Cyclone II – $2,250,000
Legendary Motorsport will bring the Pfister Astron Custom and the Coil Cyclone II, but you better make sure that you have enough money in the bank as these vehicles don’t come cheap.
The Astron Custom comes in at $1,720,000, which is just under $200,000 more expensive than the base model that arrived with The Contract DLC. And the Cyclone II will set you back a hefty $2,250,000.
Southern San Andreas Super Autos
- Karin S95 – $1,995,000 (free on sale)
- Imponte Arbiter GT – $1,580,000
While the Karin S95 usually costs almost $2 million at Southern San Andreas Super Autos, players can get their hands on it for free during a sale – but we don’t know how long it’ll last. Plus, the Imponte Arbiter GT is also available for $1,580,000.
Warstock Cache and Carry
- Weaponized Ignus – $3,245,000
The most expensive car that arrived with GTA Online’s PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X edition is the Weaponized Ignus. This car sells for a whopping $3,245,000, which is $500,000 more expensive than The Contract’s regular Ignus.
Fitted with a minigun and a lock-on jammer, the Weaponized Ignus is set to be as lethal as it is quick.
For more GTA, you can check out the recent leak that Grand Theft Auto 6 will be 500 hours long and will span multiple continents.
Image Credit: Rockstar / TezFunz2
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