|Vehicle type||Civilian fixed-wing aircraft|
|Body style||Small propeller airplane|
|Appearance(s)||Grand Theft Auto V (Beta)|
The unknown high-wing plane was an airplane cut from Grand Theft Auto V during development. The only remnant of this airplane in the game's internal files is a low-resolution picture that was originally intended to be on the in-game Elitás Travel purchase page.
The body of the aircraft, with added pontoons, will be used for the PS4, Xbox One and PC releases of GTA V as the Dodo. This makes it likely that the unknown high-wing plane was originally named the "Dodo", but was then replaced by the Mammatus during the game's development.
This aircraft is a high-wing, propeller airplane with a tail-dragger landing gear setup. It is heavily based on the de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver. It seems to be a slightly newer version of the Duster, but with a more modern and a closed typical cab, as well as a single wing setup, as opposed to the Duster's biplane wing setup.
- Although this is unconfirmed, this vehicle could have originally been named the Scamp, since the Scamp's handling files are very similar to what would be expected from an airplane of this size.
- It was possibly scrapped once the Mammatus came on.
- As a direct variant of the Dodo, it could be manufactured by Mammoth.