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The '''Khamelion''' is a "high-end electric car" featured in [[Grand Theft Auto V]]. As of yet it is only confirmed to be available in online games to owners of the collector's edition of GTA V. However, it is likely that this vehicle will be in all versions of the game, but available online at the start of the game for owners of the collector's edition. The car may be based on the [[wp:Tesla Model S|Tesla Model S]] due to very few real-life vehicles fitting Rockstar's description. It is also possible that it is [[http://media.gtanet.com/gallery/gta-5-screenshots/michael-gi.jpg this car]] due to it resembling the [[wp:Fisker Karma|Fisker Karma]] which is also a high end electric car - the name in this case being a reference to the 1983 Culture Club hit ''Karma Chameleon''.
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The '''Khamelion''' is a "high-end electric car" featured in [[Grand Theft Auto V]]. As of yet it is only confirmed to be available in online games to owners of the collector's edition of GTA V. However, it is likely that this vehicle will be in all versions of the game, but available online at the start of the game for owners of the collector's edition. The car may be based on the [[wp:Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG|Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG]] or the [[wp:Fisker Karma|Fisker Karma]], hence the name. The name may be a reference to the 1983 Culture Club hit ''Karma Chameleon''.
  
 
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Revision as of 21:39, 11 June 2013

Vehicle
Khamelion
(Rear quarter view)
A Khamelion in a prerelease GTA V screenshot.
Appearance(s) GTA V
Vehicle type Civilian car
Body style Two-door sports car
Capacity 2

The Khamelion is a "high-end electric car" featured in Grand Theft Auto V. As of yet it is only confirmed to be available in online games to owners of the collector's edition of GTA V. However, it is likely that this vehicle will be in all versions of the game, but available online at the start of the game for owners of the collector's edition. The car may be based on the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG or the Fisker Karma, hence the name. The name may be a reference to the 1983 Culture Club hit Karma Chameleon.