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[[Image:Panto-GTA2.png|thumb|right|A Panto in GTA 2.]]
 
 
{{Infobox vehicles
 
{{Infobox vehicles
 
| name = Panto
 
| name = Panto
| front_image = Panto-III-Beta-Front.png
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| front_image = Panto-GTAV-front.png
 
| image_size = 300
 
| image_size = 300
| caption = A deleted Panto in ''[[Grand Theft Auto III]]''
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| caption = A '''Panto''' in ''[[Grand Theft Auto V]]''.
| rear_image = Panto-III-Beta-Back.png
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| rear_image = Panto-GTAV-rear.png
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| vehicle_class = Compacts
 
| vehicle_type = Civilian car
 
| vehicle_type = Civilian car
| body_style = 4-door sedan
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| price = $85,000 <small>([[Grand Theft Auto Online|Online]])</small><br><small>([[Southernsanandreassuperautos.com]])</small>
| capacity = 4 <small>(driver and three passengers)</small>
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| body_style = 3-door hatchback
| appearances = ''[[Grand Theft Auto 2|GTA 2]]''<br>[[Grand Theft Auto III|GTA III]] <small>(Dropped during development)</small>
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| capacity = 2 <small>(driver and one passenger)</small>
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| appearances = ''[[Grand Theft Auto 2]]''<br>''[[Grand Theft Auto III]]'' <small>(Beta)</small><br>''[[Grand Theft Auto V]]'' <small>{{H:title|As part of the I'm not a Hipster update (XB360/PS3)|[DLC]}}</small><br>''[[Grand Theft Auto Online]]'' <small>{{H:title|As part of the I'm not a Hipster update (XB360/PS3)|[DLC]}}</small>
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| manufacturer = [[Benefactor]] <small>([[HD Universe]])</small>
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}}{{Quote|The giant German carmaker's leap into the micro market. Designed for the narrow, parking space deprived roads of Europe, this is sure to stick out on the eight lane freeways, and in the mile-wide parking lots of Los Santos, until you get crushed by an SUV driven by an over-medicated housewife.|[[Southernsanandreassuperautos.com]] description.}}
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The '''Panto''' is a city car featured in ''[[Grand Theft Auto 2]]'', ''[[Grand Theft Auto V]]'' and ''[[Grand Theft Auto Online]]''. The car makes a return in Grand Theft Auto V as part of the [[I'm Not a Hipster Update]], where it is manufactured by [[Benefactor]].
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The car was also meant to be featured in ''[[Grand Theft Auto III]]'' but it was dropped during development.
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==Design==
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=== ''Grand Theft Auto 2'' ===
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The Panto name first debuted in GTA 2 in the form of a two-door microcar (occasionally confused as a van) akin to the [[Dementia]], but significantly larger. Its appearance alone makes the car generally unappealing, in contrast to larger, better designed cars in the game. The internal name given to the Panto is <code>FIAT</code>, implying the car's name originates from that of a similarly named [[wp:Fiat Punto|Fiat Punto]], but may otherwise be comparable to a [[wp:Tempo (car)|1949-1967 Tempo Matador Kleinbus]]. It best resembles the [[wp:Fiat 500|Fiat 500 K]] estate.
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=== ''Grand Theft Auto III'' ===
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The Panto was planned to reappear as a four-door compact sedan in GTA III, but was cut for unknown reasons. The car, like the Panto in GTA 2, bears some resemblance to a Fiat, specifically, a [[wp:Fiat 128|Fiat 128]] or a Lada Riva; little else is known about the car. A picture of the car can be found on the "Capital Auto Sale$" teaser website, along with many other beta vehicles [http://www.rockstargames.com/grandtheftauto3/flash/capitalAutos/].
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=== ''Grand Theft Auto V'' ===
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The Panto reappears in GTA V as a part of the [[I'm Not a Hipster Update]]. The Panto still retains its microcar design, surpassing the [[Weeny]] [[Issi]]'s already small size. It is manufactured by [[Benefactor]] and resembles a [[wp:Smart Fortwo#Second generation (Build series W451, 2007–2014)|2007-present Smart Fortwo]], however it has different shaped headlights resembling upside down hearts. The overall design is inspired by [[wp:T.25|Gordon Murray T.25]] and [http://insideevs.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/murray-design-t27-production-main.jpg Gordon Murray T27]. The [[wp:Volkswagen Up|Volkswagen Up!]] is the base for the rear fascia, the [[wp:Mitsubishi i|Mitsubishi i]] for the frontal fascia, and the [[wp:Toyota iQ|Toyota iQ/Scion iQ/Aston Martin Cygnet]] for the side profile.
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===Current Design Gallery===
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{{Vehicle Design Gallery
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| Front_quarter_imagename = Panto-GTAV-Frontquarter.jpg
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| Top_view_imagename = Panto-GTAV-Top.jpg
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| Rear_quarter_imagename = Panto-GTAV-Rearquarter.jpg
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| Front_view_imagename = Panto-GTAV-Frontview.jpg
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| Side_view_imagename = Panto-GTAV-Sideview.jpg
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| Rear_view_imagename = Panto-GTAV-Rearview.jpg
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| Engine_bay_imagename = Panto-GTAV-EngineBay.jpg
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| Underside_view_imagename = Panto-GTAV-Underside.jpg
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| Inside_view_imagename = Panto-GTAV-Interior.jpg
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| Badge_texture_imagename = Panto badges.png
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| Damage_view_imagename = Panto-GTAV-Open.jpg
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| Dashboard_view_imagename = Panto_GTAVe_Interior.jpg
 
}}
 
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The '''Panto''' is a car featured in [[Grand Theft Auto 2]] and dropped during development of [[Grand Theft Auto III]].
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===Version History Gallery===
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{{Vehicle Design History Gallery
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| GTA2_Top_imagename = Panto-GTA2.png
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}}
   
== Description ==
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==Performance==
=== Design ===
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===''Grand Theft Auto 2''===
====GTA 2====
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The Panto's performance in GTA 2 mirrors its generally undesirable appearance. The car suffers from an underpowered engine, which results in a poor top speed and below average acceleration. However, helped largely by its speed, the Panto's steering is still acceptable, but its brakes are mediocre, being slightly below average. Even so, the vehicle is not practical when evading gunfire and hostile enemies, such as law enforcement. It takes less damage than a usual car, the same applies to the [[Schmidt]].
The Panto name first debuted in GTA 2 in the form of a two-door microcar (occasionally confused as a van) akin to the [[Dementia]], but significantly larger. Its appearance alone makes the car generally unappealing, in contrast to larger, better designed cars in the game. The internal name given to the Panto is <code>FIAT</code>, implying the car's name originates from that of a similarly named [[wp:Fiat Punto|Fiat Punto]], but may otherwise be comparable to a 1949-1967 [[wp:Tempo (car)|Tempo Matador Kleinbus]]. It best resembles the Fiat 500 K estate.
 
   
{| align="center"
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===''Grand Theft Auto V''===
|<gallery width="auto" perrow="4" style="font-size:95%; padding:0;" widths="180">
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[[File:Panto-GTAV-StatsRSC.png|thumb|Performance Stats on [[Rockstar Social Club]].]]
Panto-GTA2-ingame.jpg|GTA 2, in-game with lights on.
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The Panto in GTA V is a small, light car with quick acceleration. It is powered by a model of a 3-cylinder engine, coupled to an automatic gearbox in an RR layout. Its acceleration is average, owing to its incredibly light weight, and its top speed is quite high, but caution should be taken when driving at high speeds because its short wheelbase makes it very unstable and prone to spinning out of control. This could make driving at high speeds quite problematic. The handling is rather poor despite its size, as the vehicle suffers from understeer, and its durability is unremarkable, as it can only take a few head-on crashes before its axle breaks and its engine stalls. The Panto is very maneuverable when airborne able to do multiple spins with ease. Nevertheless, this is a great commuter car if you don't want to risk paying the insurance premium on one of your super cars. This vehicle has the best acceleration in its class. It only takes 5.1 seconds to reach 60 mph and has a top speed of 100 mph (160 km/h).
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====GTA III====
 
The Panto was planned to reappear as a four-door compact sedan in GTA III, but was cut for unknown reasons. The car, like the Panto in GTA 2, bears some resemblance to a Fiat, specifically, a [[wp:Fiat 128|Fiat 128]]; little else is known about the car. A picture of the car can be found on the "Capital Auto Sale$" teaser website, along with many other beta vehicles [http://www.rockstargames.com/grandtheftauto3/flash/capitalAutos/].
 
   
{| align="center"
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Owing to the vehicle's small size and lack of crumple zones, even a moderate impact to the rear of the Panto will kill any [[Pedestrians|NPC]] occupants inside, making obtaining one relatively easy if the player is prepared to drive the damaged vehicle to [[Los Santos Customs]] and have it repaired. Due to the Panto not suffering from body deformation, this can lead into unusual situations where the player can come across seemingly-intact Pantos with the driver dead inside due to an off-screen collision.
|<gallery width="auto" perrow="4" style="font-size:95%; padding:0;" widths="180">
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====GTA V Overview====
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{{GTA V Vehicle Stats
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|0-62mph/ 0-100km/h time defined =
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|0-62mph/ 0-100km/h time observed = 5.1 seconds
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|Top speed defined = 132 / 212 <small>(Website)</small>
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|Top speed observed = 100 / 161
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|Engine defined =
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|Engine observed = {{H:title|Rear engine, rear wheel drive|RR}} 3-cylinder <small>(in-game model)</small><br>Gasoline
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|Drivetrain defined = RWD <small>(Website)</small>
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|Drivetrain observed = RWD
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|Gears defined = 6 <small>(Website)</small>
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|Gears observed = 6
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|Mass defined = 800 / 1764 <small>(Website)</small>
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|Mass observed = 800
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}}
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==Modifications (GTA V)==
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{{Under Construction}}
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==Image Gallery==
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<gallery position="center">
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Panto-GTA2-ingame.jpg|GTA 2, in-game with lights on.
 
Panto-GTA3-front.jpg|A pre-release image of a Panto during development of GTA III.
 
Panto-GTA3-front.jpg|A pre-release image of a Panto during development of GTA III.
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Panto-III-Beta-Front.png|Panto, in game with the use of modifications. resembling a Mark 4/5 Ford Cortina with circular headlights <small>([[:File:Panto-III-Beta-Back.png|Rear quarter view]])</small>
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Panto-GTAV-RSC.png|A Panto on the [[Rockstar Games Social Club]].
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IssiAndPantoSizeComparison.jpg|Size comparison between the Issi and the Panto.
 
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=== Performance ===
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==Locations==
The Panto's performance in GTA 2 mirrors its generally undesirable appearance. The car suffers from an underpowered engine, which results in a poor top speed and below average acceleration. However, helped largely by its speed, the Panto's steering is still acceptable, but its brakes are mediocre, being slightly below average. Even so, the vehicle is not practical when evading gunfire and hostile enemies, such as law enforcement.
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===''Grand Theft Auto 2''===
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*The [[Residential District|Residential]] and [[Industrial District]]s of [[Anywhere City]].
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*A green Panto is parked in the lot by the train station near the [[Jesus Saves|church]] in the [[Residential District]], [[Anywhere City]].
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===''Grand Theft Auto V''===
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*Can be found in the player's garage in single player.
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*Commonly spawns in traffic and inside parking lots (enhanced version only).
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*Can be rarely found parked in [[Los Santos Customs]] in [[Burton]] (pre-modified).
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=== ''Grand Theft Auto Online'' ===
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*Can be bought in [[Grand Theft Auto Online|GTA Online]] from [[Southernsanandreassuperautos.com]] for [[$]]85,000.
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* Rarely spawns in traffic (enhanced version only).
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==Trivia==
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===General===
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*The default radio station for the Panto is:
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**[[GTA 2]]: [[Osmosis Radio]] (Residential) or [[Lo-Fi FM]] (Industrial)
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**[[GTA V]]: [[Lowdown 91.1]] and [[Space 103.2]].
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*This is the second vehicle from GTA 2 to return in GTA V and also takes the same year. The first vehicle from GTA 2 was the [[Z-Type]] and, the third one, the [[Furore GT]].
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===''Grand Theft Auto 2''===
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*In GTA 2, when crushed, the Panto awards the player with [[grenades]].
   
When crushed, the Panto awards the player [[Grenade]]s.
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===''Grand Theft Auto V''===
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*The Panto is one of two cars in [[Grand Theft Auto V]] with stickerbomb customization options. The other car is the [[Asea]].
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*The Panto in GTA V does not dent and deform when crashed, similar to motorcycles.
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*The GTA V edition of the Panto is one of the only cars to be small enough to be driven through many accessible doors, such as the double doors at the entrance to [[Michael's House|Michael's mansion]], along with the [[Issi]].
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*This is the only [[Benefactor]] vehicle that doesn't resemble a [[wp:Mercedes-Benz|Mercedes-Benz]] model. However, Smart is part of the Daimler AG group, which is also the parent company of Mercedes-Benz. There are several cars that look similar to the Panto Made by Mercedes-Benz, but are not as small as the Panto.
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*The Panto is the smallest car in [[Grand Theft Auto V|GTA V]] and [[Grand Theft Auto Online|GTA Online]], surpassing the [[Issi]].
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*When the Stickerbomb livery is added to the tailgate, the license plate will be shifted at a slight angle.
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*Like the [[Sabre Turbo]], when the Panto is modified with a Roll Cage, it will have the fuel tank on the trunk. However, this is considerably dangerous, as the Panto has its engine below the trunk.
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*The Panto shares its engine sound with the [[Dilettante]] but with a clearer tone, partly due to the lack of electric motor.
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*Because the engine cannot be viewed by normal means, there are no camshafts or other vital engine parts other than 3 cylinders. Furthermore, the engine is transversely laid out of line with the rear wheels. Note the 3-Cylinder engine can only be viewed using the [[Rockstar Editor]] Camera.
   
== Locations ==
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=== ''Grand Theft Auto Online'' ===
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* The Panto is considered a "high end" vehicle, meaning if a player find the vehicle randomly in traffic, one won't be able to customize it at [[Los Santos Customs]], and can only become a [[Personal Vehicles|personal vehicle]] if one buys it from [[southernsanandreassuperautos.com]].
* The [[Residential District|Residential]] and [[Industrial District]]s of [[Anywhere City]].
 
*A green Panto is parked in the lot by the train station near the church.
 
   
== See also ==
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==See Also==
* [[Dementia]], a similarly designed microcar.
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*[[Dementia]], a similarly designed compact car.
   
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Latest revision as of 02:52, January 27, 2016


"The giant German carmaker's leap into the micro market. Designed for the narrow, parking space deprived roads of Europe, this is sure to stick out on the eight lane freeways, and in the mile-wide parking lots of Los Santos, until you get crushed by an SUV driven by an over-medicated housewife."
Southernsanandreassuperautos.com description.

The Panto is a city car featured in Grand Theft Auto 2, Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. The car makes a return in Grand Theft Auto V as part of the I'm Not a Hipster Update, where it is manufactured by Benefactor.

The car was also meant to be featured in Grand Theft Auto III but it was dropped during development.

DesignEdit

Grand Theft Auto 2 Edit

The Panto name first debuted in GTA 2 in the form of a two-door microcar (occasionally confused as a van) akin to the Dementia, but significantly larger. Its appearance alone makes the car generally unappealing, in contrast to larger, better designed cars in the game. The internal name given to the Panto is FIAT, implying the car's name originates from that of a similarly named Fiat Punto, but may otherwise be comparable to a 1949-1967 Tempo Matador Kleinbus. It best resembles the Fiat 500 K estate.

Grand Theft Auto III Edit

The Panto was planned to reappear as a four-door compact sedan in GTA III, but was cut for unknown reasons. The car, like the Panto in GTA 2, bears some resemblance to a Fiat, specifically, a Fiat 128 or a Lada Riva; little else is known about the car. A picture of the car can be found on the "Capital Auto Sale$" teaser website, along with many other beta vehicles [1].

Grand Theft Auto V Edit

The Panto reappears in GTA V as a part of the I'm Not a Hipster Update. The Panto still retains its microcar design, surpassing the Weeny Issi's already small size. It is manufactured by Benefactor and resembles a 2007-present Smart Fortwo, however it has different shaped headlights resembling upside down hearts. The overall design is inspired by Gordon Murray T.25 and Gordon Murray T27. The Volkswagen Up! is the base for the rear fascia, the Mitsubishi i for the frontal fascia, and the Toyota iQ/Scion iQ/Aston Martin Cygnet for the side profile.

Current Design GalleryEdit


Version History GalleryEdit

PerformanceEdit

Grand Theft Auto 2Edit

The Panto's performance in GTA 2 mirrors its generally undesirable appearance. The car suffers from an underpowered engine, which results in a poor top speed and below average acceleration. However, helped largely by its speed, the Panto's steering is still acceptable, but its brakes are mediocre, being slightly below average. Even so, the vehicle is not practical when evading gunfire and hostile enemies, such as law enforcement. It takes less damage than a usual car, the same applies to the Schmidt.

Grand Theft Auto VEdit

Panto-GTAV-StatsRSC

Performance Stats on Rockstar Social Club.

The Panto in GTA V is a small, light car with quick acceleration. It is powered by a model of a 3-cylinder engine, coupled to an automatic gearbox in an RR layout. Its acceleration is average, owing to its incredibly light weight, and its top speed is quite high, but caution should be taken when driving at high speeds because its short wheelbase makes it very unstable and prone to spinning out of control. This could make driving at high speeds quite problematic. The handling is rather poor despite its size, as the vehicle suffers from understeer, and its durability is unremarkable, as it can only take a few head-on crashes before its axle breaks and its engine stalls. The Panto is very maneuverable when airborne able to do multiple spins with ease. Nevertheless, this is a great commuter car if you don't want to risk paying the insurance premium on one of your super cars. This vehicle has the best acceleration in its class. It only takes 5.1 seconds to reach 60 mph and has a top speed of 100 mph (160 km/h).

Owing to the vehicle's small size and lack of crumple zones, even a moderate impact to the rear of the Panto will kill any NPC occupants inside, making obtaining one relatively easy if the player is prepared to drive the damaged vehicle to Los Santos Customs and have it repaired. Due to the Panto not suffering from body deformation, this can lead into unusual situations where the player can come across seemingly-intact Pantos with the driver dead inside due to an off-screen collision.

GTA V OverviewEdit

Source Acceleration
(0 - 60mph / 0 - 100km/h)
Top Speed
(mph / km/h)
Engine Details
(Cubic Capacity/Layout/Type)
Drivetrain
(AWD / FWD / RWD)
Gearbox
Number + Type
Mass
(Kg / lb)

Defined/Claimed
(i.e. Game data definitions, or claimed in-game.) (Claimed Top Speeds)

n/a 132 / 212 (Website)

n/a

RWD (Website)

6 (Website)

800 / 1764 (Website)

Observed/Tested
(i.e. recorded/tested using in-game data.) (Observed Top Speeds & Acceleration Times)

5.1 seconds 100 / 161

RR 3-cylinder (in-game model)
Gasoline

RWD

6

Mass cannot be observed.


Modifications (GTA V)Edit

Under Construction This article or section is Under Construction.


Image GalleryEdit

LocationsEdit

Grand Theft Auto 2Edit

Grand Theft Auto VEdit

  • Can be found in the player's garage in single player.
  • Commonly spawns in traffic and inside parking lots (enhanced version only).
  • Can be rarely found parked in Los Santos Customs in Burton (pre-modified).

Grand Theft Auto Online Edit

TriviaEdit

GeneralEdit

Grand Theft Auto 2Edit

  • In GTA 2, when crushed, the Panto awards the player with grenades.

Grand Theft Auto VEdit

  • The Panto is one of two cars in Grand Theft Auto V with stickerbomb customization options. The other car is the Asea.
  • The Panto in GTA V does not dent and deform when crashed, similar to motorcycles.
  • The GTA V edition of the Panto is one of the only cars to be small enough to be driven through many accessible doors, such as the double doors at the entrance to Michael's mansion, along with the Issi.
  • This is the only Benefactor vehicle that doesn't resemble a Mercedes-Benz model. However, Smart is part of the Daimler AG group, which is also the parent company of Mercedes-Benz. There are several cars that look similar to the Panto Made by Mercedes-Benz, but are not as small as the Panto.
  • The Panto is the smallest car in GTA V and GTA Online, surpassing the Issi.
  • When the Stickerbomb livery is added to the tailgate, the license plate will be shifted at a slight angle.
  • Like the Sabre Turbo, when the Panto is modified with a Roll Cage, it will have the fuel tank on the trunk. However, this is considerably dangerous, as the Panto has its engine below the trunk.
  • The Panto shares its engine sound with the Dilettante but with a clearer tone, partly due to the lack of electric motor.
  • Because the engine cannot be viewed by normal means, there are no camshafts or other vital engine parts other than 3 cylinders. Furthermore, the engine is transversely laid out of line with the rear wheels. Note the 3-Cylinder engine can only be viewed using the Rockstar Editor Camera.

Grand Theft Auto Online Edit

See AlsoEdit

  • Dementia, a similarly designed compact car.

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