Top 10 Real World Cars for Grand Theft Auto VI –

Real World Cars That Should Be in Grand Theft Auto 6

Grand Theft Auto (GTA) has always been known for its driving and shooting gameplay, but in the early releases, neither aspect was particularly intuitive. However, with each new release, Rockstar Games improved the driving mechanics, culminating in the extremely successful Grand Theft Auto V. It has been a decade since the game was released, and only Grand Theft Auto Online has been keeping fans engaged. has collected all the most reliable rumors and leaks to report that Grand Theft Auto VI is in the final stages of development, and Rockstar plans to release it sometime in 2024. It will undoubtedly be released for PlayStation 5, Xbox X/S, and PC. Thanks to some gameplay leaks, the game appears to be set in Miami, with the largest map yet and a female Latina protagonist. It is possible that she is part of a Bonnie and Clyde-style crime duo, and there will likely be multiple playable characters.

In the heart of the open world of Grand Theft Auto are the cars. In the GTA universe, however, these are not real-life cars, but rather ones that look suspiciously like actual vehicles. For example, a Pfister Comet is a Porsche 911, and an Inverto Coquette is a Chevy Corvette C7. It is unlikely that Rockstar will counteract this trend and use licensed vehicles for GTA VI, but if they did, there are some important ones they should include.

Top 10 Real World Cars That Should Be in Grand Theft Auto 6

  1. Pininfarina Battista

    The Pininfarina Battista is the fastest production car in the world, making it the perfect ultimate race car for GTA VI. It could be expensive to obtain in-game, but it would be worth the boost.

  2. 1967 Plymouth Belvedere GTX

    The 1967 Plymouth Belvedere GTX was one of the worst American muscle cars ever built, but it would be a great addition to GTA VI. Equipped with a 425-horsepower 426 Hemi, it could hit a quarter-mile in 13.5 seconds and reach 105 mph.

  3. 2024 Tesla Cybertruck

    The Cybertruck’s semi-bulletproof windows would be perfect for all missions involving gunfire. Its 805 horsepower and four-wheel drive would also be a plus for any off-road adventures in the game.

  4. McMurtry Spéirling

    The McMurtry Spéirling is an all-electric supercar that looks like a stubby version of Batman’s ride from the 1980s era.