It looks like Rockstar have dropped some new vehicles in this DLC. Some, of course, are on drip feed, but let’s take a look at what we have already.
Starting with the Omnis eGT, which is going to set you back $1,795,000. This is a nice electric vehicle; a bit sluggish, but still pretty fun to drive.
Moving on, the LM87 is next at a whopping $2,915,000. Which is brutally quick, and handles like it’s on rails.
The Corsita is up now, at $1,795,000; again, really quick, and handles pretty well; but what an absolutely gorgeous machine. The lines remind me of later model Ferarri’s. I’m really looking forward to seeing what this can do around a track.
The Torero XO comes in at $2,890,000. Super quick and fun, but really, really lively. Good on a track or the highway, but I would not want to belt around the back roads of Paleto in this.
…and the last car for release week is the Greenwood. This is old skool cool. A bit sluggish and loose around the back; but look at it.
Next up is the Corada for a whopping $2,450,000; or $1,837,500 once you’ve unlocked the trade price; and believe it or not, that’s not the most expensive vehicle in the DLC. Lost of vertical power, but not much in the way of pace. It can’t be armed, either; but it looks kinda neat, and has a nice set of liveries.
Now we are due for another 9 vehicles, so we’ll keep an eye out on Thursday. And there’s some new vehicles coming to Benny’s, with at least one DLC car getting the makeover, plus the ability to upgrade the Sentinel, Weevil and the Brioso.
Interestingly, I can no longer find the Weevil for purchase on San Andreas Super Sport
Know any neat mods we could use to do a bit more exploration in San Andreas? Leave your suggestions in the comments.