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10 Most Expensive Cars In Grand Theft Auto Online

10 Most Expensive Cars In Grand Theft Auto Online

Fast and Furious has nothing on some of the vehicles that exist in Grand Theft Auto Online. With explosives, weapons, and more, GTA Online has something for everyone. That includes those with a thirst for expensive cars. We’re not talking about cars that cost the same as an average home. Those are chump-change in price when compared to some of these pricey toys.

It’s common to see cars cost hundreds of thousands to millions in GTA. Some of those price caps are enough to buy a New York highrise or small island. Which is still a grind in the virtual world of Los Santos. The prices may seem to have no end, but here are the most expensive cars in GTA Online.

10/10 Champion – $2,995,000

GTA Online Car: Dewbauchee Champion

Dewbauchee Champion can be bought for only $2,995,00. That’s a steal when putting it up against some of the competition. It is part of the 1.58 The Contract update which launched on December 15, 2021.

It’s the only vehicle under $3,000,000 here and is a Super Car. You can purchase this “cheaper” vehicle from Legendary Motorsport. The sale price that sometimes comes around is $2,2246,250 which is a 25% discount. Still, it’s not exactly pocket change to most people playing and will require you to take on a few contracts to purchase it.

9/10 Stromberg – $3,185,350

GTA Online Car: Ocelot Stromberg

Next on the list is the Ocelot Stromberg. Bringing the price into the $3,000,000 range, this Sports Classic car is pricey. When on sale from Warstock Cache & Carry, it drops down to $2,395,000. A discount of 24.8% from the full price. Not a huge change, but still a sale is a sale.

It’s been around for a while, though. Originally it was released with the 1.42 Doomsday Heist update. That dropped on December 12th, 2017, and has been one of the most played heists in GTA Online. It’s one of the first submarine cars in the game and remains a common favorite to use. Convert this sporty vehicle into an ocean explorer in moments.

8/10 Weaponized Ignus – $3,245,000

GTA Online Car: Pegassi Weaponized Ignus

Another Super Car rolls in with the Pegassi Weaponized Ignus. Also purchased from Warstock Cache & Carry, it has no listed discount price. If the full price seems a bit much, there is a cheaper option for the Ignus.

The price might be worth it to the right buyer, though. It raced into the game on March 15, 2022, with the 1.59 PS5 & Xbox Series X|S release. Maybe one day it will get a discounted price, but for now, if you want this car, you’ll be paying full price.

7/10 Itali RSX – $3,465,000

GTA Online Car: Grotti Itali RSX

Grotti Itali RSX comes from one of the most popular heists to get money for these expensive cars. The Cayo Perico Heist from the 1.52 December 22, 2020 update. Hitting the middle of the $3 million bracket, it’s a Sports Car that says you have extravagant tastes.

Getting it on sale at $2,598,750 is possible. To get the trade price, run a specific heist in the game at The Music Locker. With that low of a switch, you might have enough for this vehicle before several others.

6/10 Scramjet – $3,480,000

GTA Online Car: Declasse Scramjet

Update 1.44 After Hours on August 18, 2018, saw the Declasse Scramjet released. This Super Car comes with a Rocket Boost for even more speed. Press the button, and feel like Speed Racer in GTA Online. It also boosts the fastest lap time of any vehicle here.

While it can also be purchased from Warstock Cache & Carry, it is another Super Car that doesn’t have a listed discount price. It also is not able to be used in standard online races but can be used in custom matches like most vehicles on this list.

5/10 Toreador – $3,660,000

GTA Online Car: Pegassi Toreador

Missing the water? Time to head back into the ocean with your car. The Pegassi Toreador is a Sports Classic Car that can transform into a submarine of sorts. With the included Rocket Boost, zooming around underwater in your car has never been easier.

This is another vehicle that has no listed discounted price but is available for purchase from Warstock Cache & Carry. However, the price may be worth it for an underwater Lamborghini-like vehicle. It also comes with a never-ending supply of missiles, so that could be part of the trade-off.

4/10 Vigilante – $3,750,00

GTA Online Car: Grotti Vigilante

Have you ever wanted to be Batman? Ever wanted a vehicle like the Batmobile? The Grotti Vigilante is your car, and it’s even under $4 million! Streamlined to look similar to a rendition of the Batmobile and given a Rocket Boost for good measure, this car is a popular one for obvious reasons.

Purchased in the Warstock Cache & Carry store on your phone, it doesn’t seem to have a sale price. But can a price be put on being able to have a Batmobile in Los Santos? You are the crime taking out other criminals for profit. Maybe one day you’ll have enough to buy Wayne Manor right out from under Bruce.

3/10 Rocket Voltic – $3,830,400

GTA Online Car: Coil Rocker Voltic

The last car for under $4 million is the Coil Rocker Voltic. It’s another Super Car that came in the Import/Export update of 1.37. Having been around since December 13, 2016, it does have a discounted price. So don’t fret if you can’t quite fork over almost $4,000,000!

You can lower the cost to $2,880,000 which is a steal. Just pull off a mission or two, and you can have this expensive car for less than the cheapest car on this list. Not bad when the original price is much higher. A million off for it is almost the same as the gap between 3rd and 2nd place.

2/10 Deluxo – $4,721,500

GTA Online Car: Imponte Deluxo

Despite being around from as far back as December 2017 when the Doomsday Heist went live, the Imponte Deluxo is still one of the most expensive cars in GTA Online. Sitting in second at just under $5,000,000 it’s not a vehicle to be underestimated.

Fear not. If you can’t afford nearly half-a-billion dollars, there is a sale price to unlock. Finish a mission, and you can unlock this Sports Classics Car for $3,550,000. Not a bad deal for simple thug work, right? Keep your pockets full until you can afford this hefty-priced vehicle.

1/10 Ruiner 2000 – $5,745,600

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