The Maibatsu MonstroCiti is an armored Off-Road vehicle featured in GTA Online, added to the game as part of the 1.67 Mercenaries update on June 13, 2023.

This is one of the Imani Tech vehicles that via the Agency Workshop can be equipped with a Missile Lock-On Jammer, which prevents it from being targeted by Homing Missiles, or can be turned into a Remote-Controlled vehicle. It also comes with an extra Armor Plating upgrade, increasing explosive resistance.

How to get the MonstroCiti in GTA Online:

The MonstroCiti can be purchased in GTA Online from Southern S.A. Super Autos for a price of $1,485,000.

The MonstroCiti can be stored in any of your Properties/Garages as a Personal Vehicle. It can be customized at Los Santos Customs and Agency Vehicle Workshop and Hao's Special Works. You can also modify it in a Vehicle Workshop inside one of your owned properties.

Once acquired, you can request the delivery of the MonstroCiti from the Mechanic.

This is one of the few vehicles eligible for the special HSW Performance Upgrades exclusive to PS5 & Xbox Series X|S. The HSW conversion cost to upgrade the MonstroCiti is $1,109,000.

Maibatsu MonstroCiti in Real Life:

The design of the Maibatsu MonstroCiti is based on a real life 1997-99 Mitsubishi Pajero Evolution (V55W).

Maibatsu MonstroCiti Top Speed:

The actual top speed of the MonstroCiti in GTA V is 109.75 mph (176.63 km/h) when it's fully upgraded, as it's been accurately tested in-game by Broughy1322.

However, when upgraded with the PS5/XSX exclusive HSW improvements, the MonstroCiti can reach the crazy top speed of 135.75 mph (218.47 km/h). Keep in mind that the HSW mods can be disabled in races.

The MonstroCiti is an armored vehicle, and with full Armor it requires 3 Homing Missiles to be destroyed.

Can you sell the MonstroCiti in GTA Online?

Yes, you can sell the MonstroCiti at Los Santos Customs for a resale price of $891,000 (60% of the original purchase), plus 50% of the value of your upgrades.

MonstroCiti: GTA V Vehicle Info

Vehicle Class Off-Road
Manufacturer Manufacturer: MaibatsuMaibatsu
Vehicle Features Armored VehicleBulletproof - FrontBulletproof - SideBulletproof - RearCountermeasuresHas LiveriesHSW Performance UpgradeImani TechRemote Control Unit
Acquisition Southern S.A. Super Autos
GTA Online Price $1,485,000
Storage Location Garage (Personal Vehicle)
Delivery Method Mechanic
Modifications Los Santos CustomsAgency Vehicle WorkshopHao's Special Works
Sell Can be sold only if purchased (High-End)
Sell Price (Resale) $891,000 ($1,256,665 when fully upgraded)
Race Availability Can be used in Races
Top Speed - Game Files 88.05 mph (141.70 km/h)
Based on (Real Life) 1997-99 Mitsubishi Pajero Evolution (V55W)

Seats 2
Mass / Weight 1,990 KG
Drive Train AWD
Gears 5

MonstroCiti: GTA V Performance

Top Speed - Real 109.75 mph (176.63 km/h)
Top Speed - HSW 135.75 mph (218.47 km/h)
Lap Time 1:06.183
Bulletproof Yes
Explosive Resistance

Amount of explosives required to destroy the MonstroCiti, with 100% armor, and occupied by a player:

Explosive Weapon Amount
Homing Launcher / Oppressor Missiles / Jet Missiles 3
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

Note: The MonstroCiti has half-resistance when it's not occupied by a player.

MonstroCiti: GTA V Statistics

Overall 64.18

Note: The above statistics are coming from the Rockstar official website.

MonstroCiti Description:

Believe it or not, the Maibatsu MonstroCiti was based on a family-friendly SUV. And if you squint, and it's dark, and you've dropped a couple benzos, you can almost see it. But once you get behind the wheel, there's no mistaking this brutal, rally-worthy off-roader with a production run so short some people think it's just a twisted urban myth. And sure, replacement parts are hard to come by, but you can always fill the holes you ripped out the chassis with a Remote Control Unit and a Missile Lock-On Jammer.

MonstroCiti: GTA V Appearances

Release Date June 13, 2023
DLC / Title Update 1.67 Mercenaries
Game Edition Game Edition: GTA OnlineGTA Online
Platforms PCPlayStation 5Xbox Series X|SPlayStation 4Xbox One

Model ID monstrociti
MonstroCiti: Vehicle Customization
Total Cost to Fully Upgrade in GTA Online $731,330
ModificationGTA Online Price
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
Stock Brakes $1,000
Street Brakes $20,000
Sport Brakes $27,000
Race Brakes $35,000
Stock Bullbars
Rally Bar $4,600
Chrome Bullbar $7,400
Race Lights $11,700
Rally Lights $14,500
Heavy Duty Bullbar $14,700
EMS Upgrade, Level 1 $9,000
EMS Upgrade, Level 2 $12,500
EMS Upgrade, Level 3 $18,000
EMS Upgrade, Level 4 $33,500
Stock Exhaust
Oval Exausts $750
Big Bore Exhausts $1,800
Chrome Big Bore Exhausts $3,000
Skirt Exhausts $9,550
Oval Skirt Exhausts $9,750
Stock Hood
Chrome Hood Catches $3,000
Angled Hood catches $5,000
Straight Hood Catches $8,000
Race Hood Pins $9,600
Gold Latch Hood Pins $11,000
Smooth Hood $11,600
Adventure Kit $12,000
Wind Deflector $12,400
Carbon Wind Deflector $12,400
Vented Hood $12,500
Performance Deflector $12,900
Rally Lights $13,250
Stock Interior
Racing Kit $1,100
Performance Kit $1,350
Rally Survival Kit $1,500
Imani Tech
Remote Control Unit $235,000
Missile Lock-on Jammer $400,000
Lights > Headlights
Stock Lights $600
Xenon Lights $7,500
Lights > Neon Kits
Neon Kits
None $11,400
Black Stripes $18,240
White Stripes $19,380
Macchin $20,520
MonstroCiti $21,660
Maibatsu Racecar $22,800
The Fellowship of The Rally $23,370
Rally Division $24,510
Atomic Motorsport $25,080
Stock Mudguards
Red Mudguards $5,500
Blue Mudguards $8,000
Yellow Mudguards $10,500
Stock Roof $200
Carbon Roof Box $700
Roof Rack $1,150
Offroad Rack $1,600
Rally Scoop $1,950
Skid Plates
Duty Skid Plate $750
Performance Skid Plate $1,340
Off-Road Skid Plate $1,650
Drilled Skid Plate $3,000
No Snorkel
Snorkel $900
Snorkel Alt $1,500
Spare Wheel
Spare Wheel
Remove Spare Wheel $4,600
Exposed Spare Wheel $7,400
Secondary Wheel Cover $11,700
Carbon Wheel Cover $14,500
Stock Suspension $200
Lowered Suspension $1,000
Street Suspension $2,000
Sport Suspension $3,400
Competition Suspension $4,400
Race Suspension $4,600
Stock Transmission $1,000
Street Transmission $29,500
Sports Transmission $32,500
Race Transmission $40,000
None $5,000
Turbo Tuning $50,000
LSC Wheels
None $500
Light Smoke $1,500
Dark Smoke $3,500
Limo $5,000
Window Panels
No Window Panels
Primary Window Panels $7050
Secondary Window Panels $10,000

MonstroCiti: GTA V Screenshots

MonstroCiti: Custom Paint Jobs

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