(Rear quarter view)
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|Also known as||Zion XS (coupe version only)|
|Vehicle type||Civilian car|
|Body style||2-door coupé|
|Capacity||2 (driver and passenger)|
|Appearance(s)||Grand Theft Auto V|
Grand Theft Auto Online
|Price||$50,000 (Zion) (Story Mode)|
$60,000 (Zion) (Online)
$65,000 (Zion Cabrio) (Online)
- "A German beauty of timeless passion and sleek design. When you're interested in class and an overpowered engine, there is no other choice"
- ―Southernsanandreassuperautos.com description.
The coupé version (badged as Zion XS) is based on the 2005-2010 BMW M6, sporting more luxurious trim and wheels and slightly better performance than the convertible. This XS version also features carbon fiber mirrors, front fascia lips, side skirts and rear diffuser. The tailights of the vehicle are found from the 2002-2008 BMW 7 series.The diffuser and exhausts are derived from the 2007-2013 BMW M3.
The Zion Cabrio is powered by the Oracle's V8. It has a rapid acceleration and top speed, but poor weight distribution results in some oversteer while turning at high speeds. The vehicle's heavy weight may also be a factor in its less-than-decent handling. Its top speed is 186 mph (300 km/h).
The Zion XS is probably powered by a high-output V10 engine and has slightly better performance than the convertible, albeit they have the same top speed. Both versions are suitable for spirited long distance traveling but can also perform very well. The steering is very responsive, but the feeling of weight is there. Overall, the handling is better than its competitor, the Feltzer, which is prone to fishtailing and harder to keep stable around corners.
(0 - 60mph / 0 - 100km/h)
(mph / kph)
4.7 seconds (Zion Cabrio)
186 mph / 300 kph (Zion Cabrio)
V8 (Zion Cabrio)
Rear wheel drive
6-speed automatic (Zion Cabrio)
- Chassis(For Soft-top version)
- Roll Cage(For Hard-top version)
- Window Tint
- Wheel Accessories
Grand Theft Auto V
- Can be bought for $50,000 from Southernsanandreassuperautos.com.
- Spawn sometimes near Rockford Hills.
- Sometimes can be found parked near the The Families area.
- Spawns around the Del Perro Pier and Vespucci Beach.
- The XS version tends to spawn more if the player is driving an F620.
- The Cabrio version tends spawn a little common if player is driving a Felon GT.
- Can be bought for $60,000 from Southernsanandreassuperautos.com.
- The XS version rarely spawns in traffic.
- The Cabrio version occasionally spawns in traffic.
- The Families can be spotted driving around their territory which is in white or gray color.
- Chip Peterson is seen owning a red Zion Cabrio in the mission Architect's Plans.
- The front of this car, especially the headlights and grille area, looks almost identical to the front of the Sentinel, which is also manufactured by Ubermacht.
- The Zion Cabrio has a unique sound effect when shifting gears. In addition to the normal turbo hiss there is a loud gear shift sound effect. This noise is unique to this vehicle.
- The names of the three Ubermacht vehicles are references to the movie "The Matrix". The Oracle is a reference to the computer program that helps humans fight the machines, the Zion is a reference to the last human city, and the Sentinel is a reference to the machines the humans are at war with.
- Its name sounds similar to Zëhn, which is 10 in German, making a nod out of the 2nd generation BMW M6 engine which has 10 cylinders lying on a V 90° block.
- In Judaism, Zion is a place name often used as a synonym for Jerusalem.
- In Grand Theft Auto Online the Zion sells for $6,500 at Los Santos Customs.
- The default radio station of the Zion is:
- In Morningwood, there is a billboard with a photo of the frontend of a Ubermacht Zion with the pun "DisObey", referencing to the in-game car company Obey, which parodies Audi. This is referencing to the billboard ad wars BMW (Ubermacht) and Audi (Obey) had with each other over a number of months.
- Sentinel, a car that also manufactured by Übermacht with a similar front fascia and body to the Zion.