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Some details may be speculative, and may not turn out to be correct.
This is a temporary list of all vehicles seen in the trailer & screenshots for Grand Theft Auto V, and whether they are known from previous GTA games:
- 1 Named vehicles
- 2 Unnamed vehicles
- 3 Max Payne 3
9F (0:57 in first trailer)
The 9F in a promotional screenshot
(Rear quarter view)
Ambulance (1:09 in first trailer)
Bodhi (0:53 in first trailer)
Boxville (0:54 in first trailer)
Buffalo (0:49 in first trailer)
Burrito, updated from GTA IV (0:47 in first trailer)
Caddy (0:17 in first trailer)
The new Cheetah model
Front view of the new Cheetah
Artwork featuring a Cognoscenti
Cuban 800 (name confirmed through the Max Payne 3 files below, and written on the vehicle's tail)
Emperor (0:57/0:59 in first trailer)
Feltzer (0:51 in first trailer)
Futo (0:53 in first trailer)
Futo (0:54 in first trailer)
Gauntlet (0:23 in Franklin trailer)
Habanero (1:00 in first trailer)
Landstalker (0:31 in first trailer)
Manana (0:57 in first trailer)
Police Cruiser (1:05 in first trailer)
Police Maverick (1:07 in first trailer)
Peyote (0:59 in first trailer)
Premier (0:31 in first trailer)
Serrano (0:25 in first trailer)
Artwork featuring a Tornado
In-game screenshot of the Tornado, in the second trailer.
Vader (1:01 in first trailer)
It is possible that some of the GTA IV models seen in the trailer may simply be placeholders that may not appear in the final game.
Sports cars and supercars
A sports car, possibly based on a 2011 Bentley Continental GT, and may be a sportier version of the Cognoscenti (1:05 in first trailer).
A sports car based on the first generation Lotus Elise
Another sports car, presumably based on a Honda.
A sports car with styling cues to the Nissan GT-R.
Another sports car, possibly based on the Super GT
Muscle cars and vintage
A muscle car, similar to the Phoenix (0:56 in first trailer).
A 1970's or 80's station wagon.
A 3-door hatchback based on a Mazda 2
SUVs, pick-ups, and vans
A crossover SUV, possibly based on the Infiniti FX (0:51 in first trailer).
An off-road pick-up, possibly based on the Jeep Gladiator (0:51/0:54 in first trailer).
A van, possibly the new Moonbeam (0:46 in second trailer).
An SUV based on the Mercedes-Benz G-Class.
A 1930's truck.
Commercial & industrial
- GTA-V New Truck.jpg
Possibly an updated, new version of the Linerunner (0:58 in first trailer).
Could be the return of Tractor.
Nothing so far.
Government and emergency
A pair of BMXes. It should be noted that they are missing their front wheels, so they may just be props (0:53/0:54 in first trailer).
A sports bike.
A Submarine, based on the Antipodes Submersible.
A plane, possibly a seaplane similar to the Skimmer (0:28 in first trailer).
A biplane with crop-dusting capabilities (like the Cropduster) (0:44 in first trailer).
A Blimp (1:11/0:17 in first trailer).
A private jet, possibly a Shamal (1:10 in first trailer).
Another fighter jet, believed to be the Fighter (1:00 in first trailer).
A buggy resembling a Bandito.
Max Payne 3
|Part of this article are based on realistic Speculation and might not turn out to be correct.|
In various points in Rockstar's Max Payne 3, photographs of aeroplanes can be found stuck to walls. These are believed to be screenshots of GTA V:
A private jet, similar to Shamal.
Files in Max Payne 3
Since the release of Max Payne 3, the files contained in the game were highly investigated. Several of them were found having strong similarities with GTA IV's vehicle files. However, those new files contained in Max Payne 3 make several mentions regarding vehicles that were not known so far in the series, and the conclusion was soon made that these files were "leaked" from GTA V. While they are a significant source of info mainly regarding the vehicles, it is highly possible that they were taken from an early stage in the development of GTA V, thus making this a relatively poorly reliable source of information. In the second trailer, one of the planes Trevor flies has Cuban 800 written on the tail, suggesting this information may be accurate.
|Returning vehicles||New / Unknown vehicles|
and here is the full list: