GTA 6 Cars & Vehicles List: All Confirmations, Leaks & Rumors
On this page, you find a complete guide to all vehicles and cars in GTA 6, with all the information known so far. This GTA 6 Vehicles Database will include the full list of all GTA 6 Cars, Motorcycles, Helicopters, Planes, Boats, and special vehicles that you will be able to buy or steal in GTA 6 when the game comes out for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S.
We will always keep this page updated, staying on top of any GTA 6 vehicles confirmation, whether in screenshots, trailers, latest rumors, or any type of leaks. For each revealed GTA 6 vehicle, we will add detailed information and statistics, along with pictures, their real-life counterparts, and much more.
We can expect vehicles in GTA 6 to look amazing, with incredible attention to detail to the body and interiors. What GTA 6 vehicles would you like to see in the game? Let us know in the comments below!
List of Confirmed GTA 6 Vehicles
We are not allowed to post any pictures from the leaked footage, so the images shown below are still the ones from GTA 5. However, the following vehicles are confirmed to appear in GTA 6:
Supercars & Sports Cars
Bikes & Motorcycles
Other Cars, SUVs & Vans
Planes & Helicopters
Of course, this is only the list of the currently known and confirmed vehicles. There will be many more vehicles in GTA 6 which are yet to be seen or discovered.
In addition, the game will of course feature more types of vehicles such as Motorycles, Planes, Helicopters, and Boats which are yet to be revealed.
Brand New Cars Confirmed for GTA 6:
The following is a list of brand new vehicles that have never appeared in a Grand Theft Auto game before, but have been spotted in the GTA 6 Trailer 1 or leaked footage, meaning they will be making their debut in the series:
- Buick Skylark (early 90s)
- Buick Estate (1971)
- Cadillac Deville D'Elegance
- Cadillac Eldorado (1959)
- Chevrolet Caprice (90s)
- Chevrolet Malibu (2016-Present)
- Chevrolet Sonic
- Chrysler 300
- Chrysler Lebaron Wagon (80s)
- Dodge Challenger FHP
- Dodge Ram 2nd Generation
- Dodge Ram Dually
- Excavator with a grappling attachment
- Ford 5th Gen F150
- Ford Explorer or Tahoe mix (90s/2000s)
- Ford Explorer Police SUV
- Ford Ranchero (70s) (this seems to be the Protagonist's vehicle)
- G20 conversion van
- Honda Accord (2018-2022)
- Infiniti Q45
- Jeep CJ-8 Scrambler (80s)
- Mercury Cougar 69/70
- New Flyer Xcelsior Bus
- Toyota Camry
- Toyota Rav 4 (2018-present) with styling cues from Lexus NX
Of course, these are the real-life counterparts of the mentioned vehicles. Their in-game names are not known yet.
Other GTA 6 Vehicles Confirmed Features
The following are other vehicle-related features that have been confirmed or leaked for Grand Theft Auto VI:
- It is very likely that the game will feature both a 3rd person mode and a 1st person mode
- The Cars Interiors have an incredible amount of detail and dynamic animations, such as:
- Interactive Gas/Brake/Clutch Pedals
- Steering Wheel position
- Rearview mirror position
- Armrest position
- Seat position
- Seat reclining
- and more
- When inside a car, a prompt appears indicating that you can "Tap d-pad left to access the vehicle controls menu, or hold d-pad left to bring up the quick options."
How many vehicles will be in GTA 6?
The number of vehicles included in the Grand Theft Auto series has gotten bigger and bigger over the years, and with GTA 6 being the most ambitious project that Rockstar has ever created, we can expect at least 300 vehicles in GTA 6 at launch, which would be the highest in the series.
For comparison, here are some numbers from the previous games in the series:
- GTA III: 56 vehicles
- GTA Vice City: 102 vehicles
- GTA San Andreas: 189 vehicles
- GTA IV & Episodes: 177 vehicles
- GTA 5 (At Launch): 251 vehicles
- GTA 5 + GTA Online: 675+ vehicles
GTA 5 featured over 250 vehicles at launch, but Rockstar Games have then added over 400 DLC vehicles throughout the years, with the total number of GTA V & GTA Online vehicles now being close to a staggering 700 vehicles.
In Grand Theft Auto V, cars were divided into multiple classes such as Supercars, Sports Cars, Sedans, Coupes, Muscle Cars, and more. The game also included a variety of other vehicles such as SUVs, Vans, Off-Road, and Military Vehicles. We can definitely expect the same Class System and variety of vehicles to return in GTA 6, with probably an even higher number of vehicles at launch.
It needs to be said that many of the GTA Online vehicles added with DLC updates included all kinds of crazy vehicles such as Flying Bikes, Weaponized Vehicles, Armored Vehicles, large Command Centers, Open-Wheel (Formula 1) cars, and more. It will be interesting to see whether Rockstar carries over this approach to GTA 6, or if they decide to scale back on the over-the-top style.
GTA 6 Cars & Vehicles That We Can Definitely Expect
Below we compiled a list of classic cars and trademark vehicles that are pretty much guaranteed to appear in GTA 6, due to them being a staple of the Grand Theft Auto series.
These include some of the most iconic vehicles of the franchise and those that made the most appearances in the GTA series, which means we can surely expect them to be part of the GTA 6 vehicles list as well.
- BF Injection
- Blista Compact
- Fire Truck
- PCJ 600
- Police Bike
- Police Cruiser (Police Car)
- Police Maverick
- Rhino Tank
- Sabre / Sabre Turbo
- Securicar / Stockade
GTA 6 Vehicles List Leak: All Cars & Ground Vehicles
A complete list of the ground vehicles that will be in GTA 6 has been supposedly leaked on the web in 2021, although there is no official confirmation, so we recommend taking this with a grain of salt.
This leaked list of GTA 6 vehicles includes all the Cars and Motorcycles that would be featured in the game, not counting other types of vehicles such as Planes, Helicopters, and Boats which are yet to be revealed.
GTA 6 Ground Vehicles List Leak - Click to Expand
- 224 WRC
- 9F (Cabrio)
- Asbo MKII
- Baller (Ballas Varient)
- Banshee 900R
- Banshee (Sport)
- Bati 801
- BeeJay XL
- Blista GT
- Blue 2F
- Buffalo S
- Caracara 2022
- Carbon RS2
- Carbonizzare Model 2023
- Cheetah Classic
- Cognoscenti 23
- Cognoscenti 55
- Cognoscenti (Cabrio)
- Comet GT
- Comet Retro
- Comet Safari
- Comet SR
- Coquette Classic
- Coquette GTR
- Cyclone GT
- Deluxo BTS
- Deveste 8
- Dominator GT
- Double T
- Dubsta 6x6
- Dune Buggy
- Dynasty ATE
- Elegy Retro
- Elegy RH8
- Emperor Classic
- Entity XF
- Entity XXR
- Faggio GA
- Fati 801
- FCR 1000
- Felon GTR
- Feltzer Fiasco
- FIB Buffalo
- FIB Cruiser
- FIB Riot
- FIB TNK
- FIB Transporter
- Flash GT
- Fortune XS
- Furore GT
- Futo GT
- Gauntlet GT
- Getawae (BMX)
- Glendale Classic
- Granger HRM
- Hakuchou Drag
- Hellion Classic
- Hermes DLVRY
- Huntley SS
- IAA Cruiser
- IAA Massacro
- IAA Riot
- IAA TNK
- IAA Transporter
- Impaler VLD
- Infernus Classic
- Infernus GTR-SS
- Issi Classic
- Itali GTO
- JB 700AMP
- LadRover XPL
- London Cab
- Lurcher XL
- N.O.O.S.E. Granger HRM
- N.O.O.S.E. TNK
- N.O.O.S.E. Transport
- Neon MKII
- Pariah ‘24
- Police Cruiser (CCPD Variant)
- Police Cruiser (CMSD Variant)
- Police Cruiser (LCPD Variant)
- Police Cruiser (VCPD Variant)
- Police Infernus (LCPD Variant)
- Police Infernus (VCPD Variant)
- Police NRG
- Police Patrol (CCPD Variant)
- Police Patrol (CMSD Variant)
- Police Patrol (LCPD Variant)
- Police Patrol (South America Variant)
- Police Patrol (VCPD Variant)
- Police Riot
- Police Sovereign (CMSD Variant)
- Police Sovereign (VCPD Variant)
- Police Stinger (LCPD Variant)
- Police Stinger (South America Variant)
- Police Stinger (VCPD Variant)
- Police Stockade (CCPD Variant)
- Police Stockade (LCPD Variant)
- Police Stockade (VCPD Variant)
- Police Transporter (CCPD Variant)
- Police Transporter (CMSD Variant)
- Police Transporter (LCPD Variant)
- Police Transporter (South America Variant)
- Police Transporter (VCPD Variant)
- Rapid GTR
- Raptor GT
- Rat Bike
- RaZor (BMX)
- RaZor SK8 (Skateboard)
- Regina GRG
- Roman’s Cab
- Sanchez 3
- School Bus
- Space Docker MKII
- Stinger R
- Sultan RS
- Super Diamond
- Utility Van
- Windsor Drop
- Youga Classic
- Zentorno R
This is the full leaked list of the land vehicles in GTA 6. While this is just an unconfirmed rumor, it could have some credibility to it. And of course, this list would become even bigger when adding planes, helicopters, and boats.
A lot of these vehicles are a staple of the GTA series or were already present in Grand Theft Auto V, but there are also many new GTA cars with names we've never seen or heard before in the series, so the list is definitely interesting.
Some car names also seem to suggest that the GTA 6 map would have multiple cities and locations, with the Police vehicles coming in different variants for Liberty City, Vice City, Carcer City, South America, and more.
Will this leaked list of GTA 6 vehicles be true? What do you think? Let us know your opinion in the comments below.
GTA 6 Cars & Vehicles: Frequently Asked Questions
How To Get Vehicles in GTA 6?
It's Grand Theft Auto, so as you can expect, it will be possible to simply find and steal cars and vehicles from the street and various map locations.
Also, there will surely be various ways to purchase cars and vehicles, such as from the in-game internet like GTA V. There are rumors that it will also be possible to buy vehicles from car dealerships/showrooms.
It's also possible that, like GTA 5, the GTA 6 protagonists may already have their own personal cars and bikes, which will stick with you throughout the course of the game.
Once acquired, you will be able to store your vehicles inside the Safehouses and Garages owned by the protagonists. However, we hope that GTA 6 features a better system when it comes to saving the cars you purchased.
In GTA 5 story mode, vehicles could not be insured, meaning that once they were lost or destroyed, they were gone forever. We hope to see this changed in GTA 6, in a way that owned vehicles permanently remain with you, similarly to GTA Online.
Will there be Vehicles Customization in GTA 6?
Yes, absolutely. We can be certain that there will be vehicles customization in GTA 6.
It will definitely be possible to upgrade GTA 6 cars and vehicles with a wide range of customizations, including Liveries, Car Body, Engine, Brakes, Lights, Suspension, Transmission, Wheels, Windows, Turbo Tuning, and probably even Explosives and Weapons in some cases.
There will likely be various mod shops, with different types of customizations offered by each.
Will there be First Person Driving in GTA 6?
Our prediction is that yes, there will be first-person driving in GTA 6.
While all classic GTA were exclusively third-person games, this changed when Rockstar release the PS4, Xbox One, and PC editions of Grand Theft Auto V, where they introduced a full-fledged First Person mode.
We expect that GTA 6 will feature both 3rd person and 1st person mode at launch, coming with first-person cockpit views for vehicles, fully modeled interiors, working speedometers, gas dials, radio, and instrument panel lighting.
Will GTA 6 have real-life cars?
Despite not using officially licensed names, the vehicles in Grand Theft Auto games have always been inspired by real-life vehicles.
The same will go for GTA 6, which will feature many replicas of real-life cars. However, they will not use the names or badges of the real vehicles, to avoid copyright and legal issues.
An important reason why Rockstar doesn't use licensed cars is likely due to real-life manufacturers not wanting to associate their vehicles with the chaos that ensues in a Grand Theft Auto game. All car brands advertise themselves as safe and reliable, so they wouldn't want players to freely use them in all sorts of crimes, shootouts, or be destroy them in crazy accidents.
This is why Rockstar prefers creating replicas inspired by real cars, but not using the exact car license or name. The in-game car manufacturers used in the GTA series are also based on real-life vehicle brands:
- Albany: based on real-life Cadillac cars
- Annis: based on real-life Nissan cars
- Benefactor: based on real-life Mercedes cars
- BF: based on real-life Volkswagen
- Coil: based on real-life Tesla and Rimac cars
- Declasse: based on real-life Chevrolet cars
- Dewbauchee: based on real-life Aston Martin cars
- Dinka: based on real-life Honda cars and bikes
- Grotti: based on real-life Ferrari cars
- Lampadati: based on real-life Maserati cars, as well as Alfa Romeo
- Obey: based on real-life Audi cars
- Ocelot: based on real-life Jaguar & Lotus cars
- Pegassi: based on real-life Lamborghini cars, as well as Piaggio & Ducati bikes
- Pfister: based on real-life Porsche cars
- Progen: based on real-life McLaren cars
- Truffade: based on real-life Bugatti cars
- Vapid: based on real-life Ford cars
- Übermacht: based on real-life BMW cars
GTA 6 Car Cheats & Vehicle Spawn Codes
Every Grand Theft Auto game in the series is famous for its Cheat Codes, many of which allow you to spawn various cars and vehicles.
We can be sure that GTA 6 will come with several cheat codes that will spawn sports cars, motorcycles, planes, and hopefully even a return of the Tank cheat.
For all the details known so far (and in the future) about GTA 6 car cheats, check out our dedicated guides:
This was the guide for everything we know about GTA 6 cars and vehicles so far. What vehicles would you like to see in GTA 6? Let us know in the comments below!
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