5 Best Cars in GTA 5 Story Mode: Rockstar Games has given GTA 5 Story Mode a lot of cars that you can steal and drive at any time. Story Mode only has a few cars to choose from, while Grand Theft Auto Online has more powerful and better-performing cars. In the story mode, most players would rather steal cars from the streets than buy them. But most of the cars in the game aren’t very good.
Still, players have found a few cool cars in free roam that are much better than the rest. But there aren’t many of them, and they only show up in certain places. This piece tells you about the five best free-roam cars you can get.
Pegassi Zentorno, Karin Futo, and three of the best free-roam cars in GTA 5 Story Mode
1) Pegassi Zentorno
One of the rarest and most famous cars in Grand Theft Auto 5 Story Mode is the Pegassi Zentorno. It is based on the real Lamborghini Sesto Elemento and has two doors. It’s also one of the most expensive cars in the game. But people with sharp eyes can see the car in free roam and steal it.
- Pegassi Zentorno
Most of the time, the Zentorno appears outside of the LS Customs buildings in Burton, LSIA, and La Mesa. If you don’t find it there, you can look for it in the GTA 5 Pegassi Zentorno spawn places. It can go 196.34 km/h (122 mph) at its top speed.
2) Vapid Dominator
In Grand Theft Auto 5, the Vapid Dominator is a stylish power car that stands out on the street. It is based on the real-life fifth-generation Ford Mustang, and when fully upgraded, it can hit a top speed of 193.52 km/h (120.25 mph). A Supercharged 450cui (7.4L) engine gives the car its strength.
The GTA 5 power car costs $35,000, and you can buy it or steal it from LSIA, Rockford Hills, or LS Customs Garage in Burton. GTA car fans should update the Dominator so they can use all of its power.
3) Karin Futo
In Grand Theft Auto Online, the Karin Futo is a famous drift car, and GTA 5 players can also get it. You can look carefully near Rockford Hills, LSIA, the Port of Los Santos, and the Pitchers bar to find the car. From there, you can steal it and put it in the garage of your character.
- Karin futo
The Futo is based on the real-life Toyota Corolla Levin AE86 from 1983 to 1987, and it looks like a simple box. When it’s fully improved, it’s one of the best cars in the game for showing off your drifting skills. It has an engine with four throttle bodies and four cylinders in a line.
4) Bravado Gauntlet
The Bravado Gauntlet is well-known because it is used as a getaway car in GTA 5 Story Mode’s last heist. It is based on the real-life Dodge Challenger from 2008 to 2013, and it has the same bulky shape. The car has a 450ci single-cam turbocharged V8 engine that can go as fast as 113.25 mph (182.26 km/h).
You can steal the Bravado Gauntlet from Los Santos Customs in Burton, LSIA, and La Mesa, as well as from Eastern Little Seoul, Rockford Hills, and Mission Row. Many GTA fans want Rockstar to add the car to Grand Theft Auto 6.
5) BF Injection
The above cars are best for driving in the city and racing, but the BF Injection is one of the best for driving off-road. If you go to Blaine County often, it’s easy to find a car around the area. You can also find it in Sandy Shores and McKenzie Field Hangar.
The Injection is based on the real-world 1963 VW Fusca Buggy, and when fully updated, it can go as fast as 106.50 mph or 171.39 km/h. It can be used to get over hills and through small water. It can also be used to climb Mount Chiliad.