Grand Theft Auto Online has received its latest update via Criminal Enterprises, and there’s plenty of new content to check out as a result. There are money-making opportunities to exploit, new weapons to wage war with, and a host of new vehicles to track down. That last point, in particular, can be tricky, though, and if you’re like most people, you’re probably looking for help to figure out how to get all the new cars in GTA Online: The Criminal Enterprises. Fortunately, we’ve got you covered with this guide.
How to Get Every New Car in GTA Online: The Criminal Enterprises
There are five new cars available through GTA Online’s The Criminal Enterprises update, and each one will cost you a hefty amount of cash. Fortunately, they’re easy to track down. Four of the vehicles can be purchased from the Legendary Motorsport website, while the fifth can be bought from the Southern San Andreas Super Autos website.
Both can be reached by pressing up on the D-Pad to open up your phone, selecting the Internet icon at the bottom center, and then clicking on the appropriate advertisement from your homepage. You can then select each car and customize its color before finalizing the purchase.
Likewise, any new vehicle added to these sites will be noted as being part of the update, so you won’t have to worry about any added vehicles flying under your radar.
Every New Car’s Stats in GTA Online: The Criminal Enterprises
As for how all of these new cars handle in GTA Online: The Criminal Enterprises, we’ve got you covered there as well.
You’ll find images and stats for each vehicle down below. We’ll be updating this guide accordingly as more cars are added throughout the season, so be sure to check back for each new vehicle’s stats, cost and other key info.
Pegassi Torero XO ($2,890,000)
- 4.2 Top Speed
- 4.8 Acceleration
- 1.9 Braking
- 4.2 Traction
If you’re out to drive a car with balanced stats – and have the necessary cash to burn – the Torero XO is your best choice.
Though none of its stats reach a full 5, its Top Speed, Acceleration and Traction are all high enough to compensate for this fact. Admittedly, the sub-2 Braking is a frequent downside, but the vehicle is solid enough to deal with any unplanned collisions.
Its design is also one which stands out from the game’s other available rides, helping ensure that you’ll earn the respect and hate of every other player you pass in it.
Lampadati Corsita ($1,795,000)
- 4.25 Top Speed
- 5 Acceleration
- 2.1 Breaking
- 5 Traction
Stats-wise, the Corsita gives the most bang for your buck out of the first five cars from The Criminal Enterprises.
Its Acceleration and Traction are top of the line, while its top speed is close behind and comparable with other vehicles you can purchase. The Braking is also just good enough to keep you from botching tight corner turns, and are reactive enough to help you avoid unwanted collisions with police barricades.
However, the car does suffer from the lack of weight inherent to similarly sized cars. This means you’re liable to go flying from collisions with anything larger than a sedan, making proper control during races and scuffles paramount.
Benefactor LM87 ($2,915,000)
- 4.25 Top Speed
- 4.75 Acceleration
- 2.2 Braking
- 5 Traction
The most expensive of the new cars available from GTA Online: The criminal Enterprises, the LM87 is the ideal choice if you want to go fast and crash in a blaze of glory.
Boasting excellent Acceleration and Top Speed alongside perfect Traction, the car is built for screaming down straightaways and zooming past other players. Its Braking is also decent enough for a speed-focused car and is enough to allow you to manage turns with a bit of forethought.
The main downside aside from its price is its lightweight. One wrong move, and you’ll either be soaring through the air or stuck at the center of a twisted metal mess with little hope of getting back on course quickly.
Obey Omnis E-GT ($1,795,000)
- 4.1 Top Speed
- 5 Acceleration
- 1.75 Braking
- 5 Traction
The Omnis GT is a solid choice from GTA Online: The Criminal Enterprises’ initial lineup and comes in at a lower price to boot.
Offering great acceleration and traction, the vehicle won’t go flying off the road without a decent amount of force. Its top speed is also nothing to sneeze at, allowing you to catch up to other players or reach different destinations with minimal hassle.
Its weak point is definitely its braking, which is on the lower end of Legendary Motorsport’s offerings. Keep this in mind before you come up on tight corners, or else you’re liable to get wedged and pincered by pursuing players.
Bravado Greenwood ($1,465,000)
- 3.8 Top Speed
- 3.5 Acceleration
- 1.1 Braking
- 3.4 Traction
While it may not look like it on the surface, the Greenwood is ideal for anyone looking to engage in the more violence-focused aspects of GTA Online: The Criminal Enterprises.
Able to be modified in a number of ways, this vehicle is easy to turn into a roving death dealer via mines and other tools for screwing with other players. It can also keep you safe through the addition of a Missile Lock-On Jammer and Armor Plating.
In exchange, its stats are fairly low compared to the other new vehicles up for grabs, but your wallet won’t be nearly as gutted after making your final purchase.
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