(Rear quarter view)
|Vehicle type||Gang car|
|Body style||4-door sedan|
|Capacity||4 (driver and three passengers)|
|Appearance(s)||GTA Liberty City Stories|
The Forelli ExSess is a four-door sedan available only in slate gray. Where as the Leone Sentinel was intended to represent a 1990-1994 BMW M5 the ExSess' closest real-life equivalent may perhaps be a 1997-2004 Dodge Intrepid, much like the GTA III rendition of the Kuruma.
As expected from a gang car of its class, the car is capable of seating four, and possesses considerably good top speed and acceleration, low ground clearance and good handling, almost up to par with the Leone Sentinel and the Sindacco Argento, which makes it one of the most functional and well performing gang cars in the game.
Strangely enough, despite being based on the Kuruma, the Forelli Exsess has the engine sound of a sports car.
Forelli Exsess' are common in traffic where Forelli influence is present, primarily including Fort Staunton and neighboring districts in Staunton Island. One ExSess can be found parked on the side of the main street through the Little Italy part of Fort Staunton, although it doesn't appear parked once you blow up Fort Staunton, and is occasionally locked, and Forelli members will begin shooting at you (if they haven't already) if you try to get in. Even after they're destroyed, they appear in parts of Fort Staunton and in Newport if you stay longer.
- The car looks a lot like the Feroci from GTA IV.
- Just like the Sindacco Argento, it shares the same engine & horn as the Banshee, but not the door noises.
- Given a resemblance to the Kuruma, it is assumed that the ExSess, the possible base model of the Kuruma, is a sportier and performance enchanced version of the Kuruma, but since the car never had a civilian version, it is unproven.