The Grotti GT500 is a Sports Classics Car featured in GTA Online, added to the game as part of the 1.42 The Doomsday Heist update on January 16, 2018.
How to get the GT500 in GTA Online:
While it could be purchased in the past, the GT500 has been removed from the in-game stores in June 2023, and currently it can no longer be purchased in GTA Online. Its price was $785,000.
However, on PS5 & Xbox Series X|S you can still get the GT500 from other players at the LS Car Meet, where it's possible to buy a copy of someone else's vehicle.
On other platforms, the removed vehicles may be made available in a weekly rotation at the following places:
- The Lucky Wheel's Podium Vehicle (1 spot)
- LS Car Meet Prize Ride & Test Rides (4 spots)
- Simeon's Showroom (5 spots)
- Luxury Autos Showroom (2 spots)
- The Vinewood Car Club (10 spots - GTA+ members only)
The GT500 can be stored in any of your Properties/Garages as a Personal Vehicle. It can be customized at Los Santos Customs. You can also modify it in a Vehicle Workshop inside one of your owned properties.
Once acquired, you can request the delivery of the GT500 from the Mechanic.
Grotti GT500 in Real Life:
The design of the Grotti GT500 is based on a real life Ferrari 250 GT SWB, BMW 507.
Grotti GT500 Top Speed:
The actual top speed of the GT500 in GTA V is 110.75 mph (178.23 km/h) when it's fully upgraded, as it's been accurately tested in-game by Broughy1322.
Can you sell the GT500 in GTA Online?
Yes, you can sell the GT500 at Los Santos Customs for a resale price of $471,000 (60% of the original purchase), plus 50% of the value of your upgrades.
GT500: GTA V Vehicle Info
- Vehicle Class Sports Classics
- Manufacturer Grotti
- Vehicle Features Has Liveries
- Acquisition Currently unavailable
- GTA Online Price $785,000
- Storage Location Garage (Personal Vehicle)
- Delivery Method Mechanic
- Modifications Los Santos Customs
- Sell Can be sold only if purchased (High-End)
- Sell Price (Resale) $471,000 ($622,390 when fully upgraded)
- Race Availability Can be used in Races
- Top Speed - Game Files 87.12 mph (140.20 km/h)
- Based on (Real Life) Ferrari 250 GT SWB, BMW 507
- Seats 2
- Mass / Weight 800 KG
- Drive Train RWD
- Gears 5
GT500: GTA V Performance
- Top Speed - Real 110.75 mph (178.23 km/h)
- Lap Time 1:12.073
- Bulletproof No
- Explosive Resistance
Amount of explosives required to destroy the GT500, with 100% armor, and occupied by a player:
Explosive Weapon Amount Homing Launcher / Oppressor Missiles / Jet Missiles 1 RPG / Grenades / Sticky Bomb / MOC Cannon 1 Explosive Rounds (Heavy Sniper Mk II) 2 Tank Cannon (Rhino / APC) 1 Anti-Aircraft Trailer Dual 20mm Flak 1
GT500: GTA V Statistics
- Overall 60.01
Note: The above statistics are coming from the Rockstar official website.
If you're looking for a car that puts function ahead of form, you're in the wrong boutique. Sure, you can try to drive the GT500 straight from A to B. But on the way, you'll find you're taking in pretty much every other letter of the alphabet, and they're spelling out something obscene in Italian. Your only choice is light a cigarette, strike a pose, contemplate how stunningly attractive this car makes you look, and enjoy the ride.
GT500: GTA V Appearances
- Release Date January 16, 2018
- DLC / Title Update 1.42 The Doomsday Heist
- Game Edition GTA Online
- Platforms PCPlayStation 4Xbox One
- Model ID gt500
- GT500: Vehicle Customization
Total Cost to Fully Upgrade in GTA Online $302,780
Modification GTA Online Price Armor No Armor $1,000 Armor Upgrade 20% $7,500 Armor Upgrade 40% $12,000 Armor Upgrade 60% $20,000 Armor Upgrade 80% $35,000 Armor Upgrade 100% $50,000 Brakes Stock Brakes $1,000 Street Brakes $20,000 Sport Brakes $27,000 Race Brakes $35,000 Bumpers Stock Front Bumper $2,200 Race Lights $4,600 Race Lights w/ Fog Lamps $7,400 Engine EMS Upgrade, Level 1 $9,000 EMS Upgrade, Level 2 $12,500 EMS Upgrade, Level 3 $18,000 EMS Upgrade, Level 4 $33,500 Exhaust Stock Exhaust $260 Big Bore Exhaust $750 Classic Exhaust $1,800 Explosives Ignition Bomb $5,000 Remote Bomb $7,500 Hood Stock Hood $1,600 GT Hood $3,000 Competition Hood $5,000 Horns See the full list of the available Horns options » Lights > Headlights Stock Lights $600 Xenon Lights $7,500 Lights > Neon Kits See the full list of the available Neon Kits options » Livery None $11,400 Grotti $18,240 Italia $19,380 Side Stripes $20,520 Single Side Stripe $21,660 Commercial Livery $22,800 Red, White and Blue $23,370 Classic Racer $23,939 Grotti Commercial Livery $24,510 Gaulle $25,080 Plates Blue on White 1 $200 Blue on White 2 $200 Blue on White 3 $200 Yellow on Blue $300 Yellow on Black $600 Respray See the full list of the available Respray options » Suspension Stock Suspension $200 Lowered Suspension $1,000 Street Suspension $2,000 Sport Suspension $3,400 Competition Suspension $4,400 Transmission Stock Transmission $1,000 Street Transmission $29,500 Sports Transmission $32,500 Race Transmission $40,000 Turbo None $5,000 Turbo Tuning $50,000 Wheels > Wheel Type See the full list of the available Wheel Types options » Wheels > Wheel Color See the full list of the available Wheel Colors options » Wheels > Tire Design Stock Tires $200 Custom Tires $5,000 Wheels > Tire Enhancements Standard Tires $200 Bulletproof Tires $25,000 (Rank 20) Low Grip Tires $500 (at LS Car Meet) Wheels > Tire Smoke See the full list of the available Tire Smoke options » Windows None $500 Light Smoke $1,500 Dark Smoke $3,500 Limo $5,000
GT500: GTA V Screenshots
GT500: Custom Paint Jobs
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