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In [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]] for PC, there is a data file titled ''carcols.dat'' which names some vehicles brands: one known brand (Maibatsu), one later-known brand (Shitsu, not Shitzu) and two unknown brands (Nioka and Kunst). So far, no one can tell which vehicles these brands have produced in the game. This implies that in the [[beta]] version of San Andreas, there were likely going to add brand logos, but were likely removed.
 
In [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]] for PC, there is a data file titled ''carcols.dat'' which names some vehicles brands: one known brand (Maibatsu), one later-known brand (Shitsu, not Shitzu) and two unknown brands (Nioka and Kunst). So far, no one can tell which vehicles these brands have produced in the game. This implies that in the [[beta]] version of San Andreas, there were likely going to add brand logos, but were likely removed.
  
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Revision as of 22:55, 13 August 2013

This is a list of vehicle brands that appear throughout the Grand Theft Auto series. They were very rarely encountered in GTA III Era games, however their use was greatly expanded in Grand Theft Auto IV, where every car has a designated brand.

3D Universe (GTA III Era)


HD Universe (GTA IV and GTA V Eras)

GTA
Vehicle Brand
Real World
Equivalent(s)
Albany Cadillac
Annis Nissan
Benefactor Mercedes-Benz
Bravado Dodge
Brute GMC
Classique Oldsmobile
Coil Tesla Motors
Declasse Chevrolet
Dewbauchee Aston Martin
Dinka Honda
Dundreary Lincoln
Emperor Lexus
Enus Maybach/Rolls-Royce
Grotti Ferrari
HVY unknown
Imponte Pontiac
Invetero Corvette
Jobuilt Peterbilt
Karin Toyota
Liberty Chop Shop Orange County Choppers
Liberty City Cycles West Coast Choppers
Maibatsu Corporation Mitsubishi
Mammoth Hummer
MTL unknown
Obey Audi
Ocelot Maserati/Jaguar
Pegassi Lamborghini/Pagani
Pfister Porsche
ProLaps Club Car
Schyster Chrysler
Shitzu Ducati/Suzuki
Steel Horse American IronHorse
Übermacht BMW
Vapid Ford
Vulcar Volkswagen
Western Company Bell Helicopters
Western Motorcycle Company Harley Davidson
Willard Buick/Mercury
Zirconium Diamond Star Motors

Trivia

In Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for PC, there is a data file titled carcols.dat which names some vehicles brands: one known brand (Maibatsu), one later-known brand (Shitsu, not Shitzu) and two unknown brands (Nioka and Kunst). So far, no one can tell which vehicles these brands have produced in the game. This implies that in the beta version of San Andreas, there were likely going to add brand logos, but were likely removed.