Difference between revisions of "Bravado"

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Revision as of 01:14, 15 September 2013

Bravado

Bravado is an automotive manufacturer in Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto V. Based on the design of two of its vehicles, it is likely based on Dodge; also, Bravado's logo of a charging bull is a parody of Dodge's ram head logo used from 1993 until 2009. The term "bravado" refers to a show of defiance, intimidation or false courage. In a pre-release screenshot for Grand Theft Auto V, a Bravado pick-up truck can be seen.

Vehicles

Vehicle Style Based on Appears in Variants
GTA IV TLAD TBOGT GTA V
Banshee Sports Car 1996—2002 Dodge Viper Yes Yes Yes Yes
Buffalo Sports Sedan 2006—2010 Dodge Charger Yes [1] Yes [1] Yes Yes
Feroci Sedan 1991—1996 Lexus GS Yes Yes Yes No
Tampa Muscle Car 1968—1974 Chevrolet Nova No Yes[3] Yes No

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 FIB Buffalo only.
  2. Only appears in The Ballad of Gay Tony in online multiplayer and in Grand Theft Auto V.
  3. Appears in the opening cutscene, but otherwise not obtainable in The Lost and Damned.