|This is not an accessible sports car. It won't rub its avant-garde bodywork in your face and let you grope its dashboard on the first drive. It's dignified, sophisticated - even a little aloof. It will only reveal its charms for just the right handler. But one day, after years of practice, you'll become aware of the utter contempt in which you now hold the rest of the human race, and you'll know you can finally say "I drive a Pariah."|
|Pariah looks like a Frankenstein concussion...its not the best looking car among sports. Id go with raiden simply becuase its called raiden . Plus i like electric cars in gta5|
|^ Really? Huh, I swear the Raiden felt a hell of alot faster compared to the pariah. Damn, if I knew I probably wouldn't have sold it.|
|Also, with the release of Pariah, R* ruined probably the last racing class that was still competitive for the newcomers - the previous best vehicle in Sports class was the free Elegy. The Pariah isn't just the fastest car in Sports class, it is the fastest car in the entire game. |
| Speedevil wrote |
GTA VI in the 1980's Vice City would be perfect (it must be the 80's, VC atmosphere won't work that good in present day, also I'm tired of seeing another modern era GTA), unfortunately I am worried that it will be ruined by Cockstar's recent cash grabbing tendencies.
|This is vanquish zagato due to general shape. Most importantly that roofline which is |
we already spoke a thousand times why dlc cars are not regular mundane cars. Mundane cars dont generate cash simple , plus they wont appeal to all as people who speed up to buy shark cards are mostly children..including my 12 year old cousin. Its just fiscal logic
| stryder237 wrote |
Incoming cars feature a Nissan S30, a Mazda RX-3, a De Tomaso Pantera, a '30 Ford and a Ferrari 250 GT SWB, along with a Jeep concept car and a Cadillac Elmiraj. They're not just adding supercars anymore, there's actually a lot of variety.
Although many of those new cars look like they could be reused in a hypothetic GTA VI that takes place in Vice City in the 80's.
|Seeing it in full on here (as opposed to the the poor pictures on the in-game website) improves the look, and if it was one of only a few super/sports cars it would appear better in comparison. The seemingly endless supplies of expensive supercars seem only to exist to appeal to children who are more likely to buy shark cards, so it's possible that I see them as a metaphor for the slow decline in quality of GTA Online, although the recent cars in this pack and the previous are welcome additions, although the prices are still too high.|
|^ Probably just you, mainly because this is a sports class vehicle. However I get what you mean compared to some of the other cars we've gotten in the doomsday heist this just feels like it's inclusion was to fill a quota of trying to appeal to everyone.|
|Is it me or is this car just really boring? GTA Online has so many supercars nowadays choosing between them is akin to choosing between a Camry Elantra.|
|It's strange to see an Ocelot car based on an Aston Martin, knowing there's Dewbauchee in the game. I even kicked that it could be based on a Lotus Elite Concept, since Ocelot was inspired by Jaguar and Lotus, but I saw that the Vanquish Zagato is the one that most resembles that car.|
|Agree with Zagato Vanquish|
|I see most of it as 812, but the Ocelot branding means it's supposed to be something British iirc|
|Has the front end of a 812, the side profile and roofline of a V12 Zagato, and the rear end also reminds me of an 812 Superfast, but with Fiat 124 Spider taillights. I also see some C7 Corvette in there too.|
Also see some SRT Viper as well
-- Last edit: 2017-12-14 20:36:42
|I have no idea what this is meant to be. Some reckon it's meant to be a xkr, others a v12 zagato and the gta wiki reckons it's a ferrari 812 superfast.|
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