Real-World Cars That Should Be in Grand Theft Auto 6
Grand Theft Auto is known for its focus on driving and shooting, but in the early releases, neither the driving nor the shooting was particularly intuitive. However, they eventually got things right, and GTA V delivered an insanely fun and satisfying driving experience. It’s been a decade since that game came out, and only Grand Theft Auto Online has been there to keep fans going.
According to RadioTimes.com, the most reliable rumors and leaks 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 on 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. She may be part of a Bonnie and Clyde-style crime duo, and there will likely be multiple playable characters.
The Heart of Grand Theft Auto: The Cars
In the GTA universe, cars are everything. However, they are not real-life cars; instead, they are suspiciously similar to 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 change this trend and use licensed vehicles for GTA VI, but if they did, there are some important ones they should include. GTA games have hundreds of vehicles that cover almost everything, so making a list of what should be in part six requires some out-of-the-box thinking.
Top Real-World Cars That Should Be in Grand Theft Auto VI
The Pininfarina Battista would be the perfect ultimate race car for GTA VI, even though it would likely be too expensive in the game as well as in real life. It recently became the fastest production car in the world, reaching a quarter-mile in 8.8 seconds and the fastest 0-60 time in 1.79 seconds.
1967 Plymouth Belvedere GTX
The 1967 Plymouth Belvedere GTX was one of the baddest American muscle cars ever built, equipped with a 425-horsepower 426 Hemi that could rip a quarter-mile in 13.5 seconds and hit 105 mph. The GTA universe has plenty of American Muscle, but it lacks a reasonable facsimile of a first-generation GTX.
The Cybertruck’s semi-bulletproof windows would be perfect for missions involving gunfire, and its 805 horsepower and all-wheel-drive setup would be an asset for any off-road adventures. A modder