|Appearance(s):||Grand Theft Auto V|
Grand Theft Auto Online
|Full name:||Gustavo Mota|
|Also known as:||Gus|
|Main affiliation:||Vagos (formerly)|
Michael De Santa
|Voiced by:||Reza Salazar|
- "Gus Mota. He's a pro, not much else to say."
- ―Lester Crest
Gustavo Mota is a Hispanic professional gunman whith prior affiliation with the Vagos. Gustavo is an expert in the use of guns and weapon choice, making him one of the best choices of gunman in the game, but his heist cut is also the highest of all the gunman: 14%.
Little is known about Gustavo's life prior to the events of GTA V. He mentions that he was originally a member of the Vagos and used to make small drug heists for the gang. During the The Paleto Score he says that his first major heist was against a security van and that he got two hundred thousand dollars from the score, but most part was delivered to the Vagos. Thanks to the money he kept for himself, he was able to get out of the gang and began to work independently.
Events of GTA Online
Gustavo Mota was arrested for an unknown reason before the events of GTA Online, and was being held in Paleto Bay Sheriff's Office. In Bust Out, Lester asks the GTA Online Protagonist to rescue him from a Prison Bus taking him from Paleto Bay to Bolingbroke Penitentiary via the Senora Freeway. Once rescued, the Online Protagonist takes him to Lester's Warehouse, where he lays low, presumably until the events of GTA V.
Events of GTA V
Gustavo is one of the people Michael De Santa, Trevor Philips and Franklin Clinton can choose as their crew member, he can be selected as gunman in all the heists, Lester says that he is a pro and that there is not much else to say about him, Gustavo will survive and will be fully successful in any heist in which he is selected.
Gustavo's skills include:
- Max Health
- Shoot Rate
- Weapon Choice
- GTA V
- The Jewel Store Job (Optional)
- The Paleto Score (Optional)
- The Bureau Raid (Optional)
- The Big Score (Optional)
- Because of Gustavo being a name used in some Hispanic countries, his last name "Mota" may be a reference to the slang term for marijuana in Spanish, which is Mota.