|Game:||Grand Theft Auto V|
|Protagonist(s):||Michael De Santa|
Getaway Vehicle is one of the many heist setups in Grand Theft Auto V. The mission is encountered three times. All the player must do is steal a random appropriate vehicle, drive it to a particular location, then call Lester or Michael to confirm the vehicle's location. During the particular heist, the player will then use the getaway vehicle to escape.
The game will inform the player if a specific vehicle is suitable for the getaway, and whether the location chosen for stashing the vehicle is appropriate. Protagonists' default vehicles may not be used for this purpose. Generally, fast vehicles with four doors qualify.
Keep in mind that wherever the vehicle is deposited the player will need to drive back to that location to obtain it. In the case of Blitz Play, which takes place in the southern part of the map, it's possible to park the vehicle in Vinewood Hills or beyond, leading to a lengthy drive. The Big Score's set up assigns a location for parking the vehicle and gameplay takes the characters to this location.
The third Getaway Vehicle mission strongly advises the vehicle be upgraded as much as possible before calling Lester and storing the vehicle, though this is not mandatory.
Although considered a mission, it cannot be failed, and the player receives no reward or medal for completion.
- Acquire a suitable vehicle.
- Park the getaway vehicle in a discreet (or designated) spot.
Preferable Choice Tips
This shows tips on getting getaway vehicles.
- Blitz Play: There is no physical resistance, so modifications are not necessary. Any vehicle will do the job.
- The Bureau Raid: The player will have backup, but no resistance. Any four door vehicle will do the job.
- The Big Score: The player will have backup and a five star wanted level. A fast heavy vehicle with lots of modifications, such as armor, engine, brakes would be required. Bulletproof tires are necessary as there will be FIB Grangers chasing the player, and there will be NOOSE officers shooting at the player. A Baller, Cavalcade or Huntley S will be the best for the job, as it is heavy, but is not long like the Granger. A Dubsta may suffice, but due to it's compact shape, it may be destroyed easily from crash damage.