The Baller and Baller Sport are both derived from Land Rover's luxury SUV flagship model, Range Rover. Version I is based on the 2010 Range Rover Vogue. Version II is based on the more sportier second generation Range Rover Sport.
|Vehicle||Style||Based on (GTA V)||Notes|
|Baller||4-door full-size luxury SUV|| 2002-2012 Range Rover Vogue (first generation)|
2013-present Range Rover Sport (second generation)
|Includes Baller Sport (second generation Baller).|
|Baller LE and Baller LE LWB||Limited edition 4-door SUV||2015 Range Rover Sport SVR||Added in the GTA Online: Executives and Other Criminals Update. Both include armored variants.|
- Gallivanter is the noun of gallivant and it means "someone who roams around in search of amusement". This refers to Land Rover vehicles which frequently used as recreational off-road vehicle and Land Rover's reputation for producing excellent off-road vehicles (even the luxurious Range Rover and Chevrolet Tahoe is a good off-roader).
- One of the synonyms for gallivant is the verb rove. A Rover could in some cases be called a Gallivanter, thus giving another link between Land Rover/Range Rover and their in-game counterparts.
- A Gallivanter garage exists in Rockford Hills. It is not enterable and no Gallivanter cars are found inside of it. Michael's garage can be purchased behind here.
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