Fastest cars in GTA Online in 2024: Top speed & full stats

Matt Porter
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GTA Online allows you to drive several vehicles, with everything from garbage trucks to fast hypercars on offer, but how do you choose the best ones for racing, car meets, and more? Here’s a list of the 10 fastest cars in GTA Online in 2024.

GTA V is known for its flashy and luxurious supercars, and using them to traverse along the Los Angeles-inspired Los Santos can be quite a relaxing experience. GTA Online offers more cars over the campaign of GTA V for you to buy, customize, show off, and race with, but if you want to beat the best racers on the server, you’ll need the fastest car you can find.

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The game’s last few updates like the San Andreas Mercenaries, the Criminal Enterprises DLC as well as the Los Santos Drug Wars DLC added some new rides to the game, which came with hefty price tags but great top-speed ratings.

So, as we wait for GTA 6, here’s a list of the 10 fastest vehicles in GTA Online in 2024. This list has everything to know, from the highest speeds, the full prices, and where to get these supercars.

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There are over 700 vehicles in GTA Online.

10 fastest cars in GTA Online

No.Car NameTop SpeedPriceWhere to buy
1BF Weevil Custom137.50 mph / 221.28 km/h$980,000Benny’s Original Motor Works
2Ocelot Pariah136.00 mph / 218.87 km/h$1,420,000Legendary Motorsport
3Grotti Itali RSX135.30 mph / 217.74 km/h$3,465,000Legendary Motorsport
4Pfister 811 132.50 mph / 213.24 km/h$1,135,000Legendary Motorsport
5Grotti Itali GTO Stinger TT132.00 mph / 212.43 km/h$2,380,000Legendary Motorsport
6Principe Deveste Eight131.75 mph / 212.03 km/h$1,795,000Legendary Motorsport
7Lampadati Corsita131.30 mph / 211.31 km/h$1,795,000Legendary Motorsport
8Overflod Entity MT131.25 mph / 211.23 km/h$2,355,000Legendary Motorsport
9Pegassi Torero XO131.00 mph / 210.82 km/h$2,890,000Legendary Motorsport
10Bravado Banshee 900R131.00 mph / 210.82 km/h$565,000Benny’s Original Motor Works

Now that we have the top 10 list, let’s have a detailed look at the five fastest cars in GTA Online.

5. Grotti Itali GTO Stinger TT

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With HSW improvements, the Grotti Itali GTO can reach crazy top speeds of 168.50 mph (271.17 km/h).

The Grotti Itali GTO Stinger TT is a stunning supercar that can outrun most of its rivals.

With a top speed of 132.00 mph, the Itali GTO Stinger TT is the fifth-fastest vehicle in the supercar class and will cost you $2,380,000. It can be bought in GTA Online from Legendary Motorsport.

The Itali GTO Stinger TT is inspired by the real-life Ferrari Roma. It’s one of the most elegant cars on the list and will make any opponent jealous on the race track.

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4. Pfister 811

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Pfister 811 was added in the 1.34 Further Adventures in Finance and Felony update.

The Pfister 811 is almost a carbon copy of the Porsche 918, but don’t worry, that’s a great thing.

With a $1,135,000 price tag from Legendary Motorsport, the 811 is not only cheaper than the Deveste Eight but also slightly faster at 132.50 mph, making it a better option in the supercar class.

3. Grotti Itali RSX

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The ItalI RSX can be purchased in GTA Online from Legendary Motorsport.

Itali RSX is not just one of the best-looking cars in Los Santos, but also one of the fastest. It arrived in the Cayo Pericho update in December 2020 and boasts the third-highest top speed of any car in GTA Online.

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This stylish vehicle will set you back $3,465,000, but its speed and handling make up for it. While driving on a straight road, you’ll be able to reach a maximum speed of 135mph.

If you’re looking for a new vehicle to take into races, the Itali RSX is a solid choice.

2. Ocelot Pariah

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The Pariah is based on a real-life Aston Martin V12 Zagato & Ferrari 812 Superfast.

Arguably the best car for racing in GTA Online, the Ocelot Pariah has an impressive top speed of 136mph and decent handling to boot.

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The Pariah arrived in GTA Online all the way back in 2017 as part of the Doomsday Heist. Although many other cars have arrived in the game since the Pariah has remained a fan favorite.

If you haven’t got it already, you’ll need to fork out $1,420,000 to Legendary Motorsport to get your hands on it.

1. BF Weevil Custom

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This car is based on the VW Beetle Rat Rod and can be purchased from Benny’s Original Motor Works.

It may not look like an ultra-fast hypercar, but surprisingly, the BF Weevil Custom is the fastest car in GTA Online.

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Based on the Volkswagen Beetle Rat Rod, this odd-looking little car can be purchased from Benny’s Original Motor Works for $980,000. Your outlay doesn’t end there though, as you’ll need to buy all the performance mods from Benny to make this little bug into a true speed demon.

When kitted out, the Weevil Custom can hit an eyewatering speed of 137.50mph, making it the quickest vehicle in GTA Online — for now.

You’re definitely going to need a big bank account to get your hands on one of these cars, but our guide to making money fast in GTA Online should help you get there. Once you’ve picked your new car, head to the racetrack and see how you stack up against your opponents.

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Matt is CharlieINTEL's UK Editor, specializing in all things Call of Duty, including Warzone and Modern Warfare 2. Matt previously worked as a freelance esports writer for Gfinity, before joining Dexerto in 2018 as a Junior & Senior Writer. You can contact Matt via email at: [email protected]