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"This is not an accessible sports car. It won't rub its avant-garde bodywork in your face and let you grope its dashboard on the first drive. It's dignified, sophisticated - even a little aloof. It will only reveal its charms for just the right handler. But one day, after years of practice, you'll become aware of the utter contempt in which you now hold the rest of the human race, and you'll know you can finally say "I drive a Pariah.""
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The Ocelot Pariah is a vehicle featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the Doomsday Heist update.


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The Pariah seems to take prominent influence from the Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato. The front fascia is inspired by the the Ferrari 812 Superfast. The grille seems to be mix of the one found in the Ferrari Portofino. The rear light seems to be inspired by the ones found in the 2014 Dodge Viper SRT. Its interior is shared with the FMJ, Tempesta, and Raiden, whereas its rear quarters closely resemble the Furore GT, a vehicle made by Lampadati.

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Despite being powered by what seems to be a large displacement inline-4 engine, it excels in the Sports class, rivalling the likes of the Elegy, Massacro, Jester, and even some supercars. It has playful nimble handling, and has supercar-levels of engine power, bringing about a lot of wheelspin off the line. Its handling is far superior to those of the other Sports cars (with the slight exception of the Elegy) and even beats a majority of the supercars around a track. It however has a tendency to have minor body roll due to its light weight.

The engine sound is a higher-revving version of the Dewbauchee Specter's engine sound.

The Pariah's statistical stock top speed is 110 mph / 177 km/h.[1]

  • EMS Engine Upgrade 1 produces 112 mph / 180 km/h.
  • EMS Engine Upgrade 2 produces 115 mph / 185.11 km/h.
  • EMS Engine Upgrade 3 produces 120 mph / 193.1 km/h.
  • EMS Engine Upgrade 4 produces 126 mph / 202.8 km/h.

This makes it, when fully upgraded, one of the fastest vehicles in the game, in a straight line, exceeding the Banshee 900R, and Viseris, however its speed is no match for the Vigilante, Rocket Voltic or Oppressor when using their boost functions.

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Vehicle Statistics - Grand Theft Auto V
(0-60 mph in Seconds)
Top Speed
(mph / kmh)
Gears Engine Drivetrain
(kg / lbs)
Fuel Tank
Size (litres)
N/A 96.4 / 155.1 5 N/A RWD 1500 / 3307 60
Website Statements [?] / Badges
N/A 110 / 177 6 (7 with transmission upgrade) FR DOHC Inline-4 (In-game model) RWD Cannot be observed Cannot be observed
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GTA Online - Ocelot Pariah -The Doomsday Heist-

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Update Change(s)
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PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC
1.42 12/12/2017 Added Pariah.


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  • Price reduced to $994,000 (30% off) during 190z Week (20 February - 26 February 2018).[2]


  • The Pariah emits a unique electrical beep when the engine is turned off.


  1. How do we gain these statistics?:
    GTA Wiki: Manual of Style/Vehicles/Speed Testing - GTA V and GTA Online
    These top speeds are not suitable for comparing cars and their performance on the road. Roads are bumpy, and bumps in the game give vehicles random boosts of speed, increasing the overall road top speed. These top speeds simply show which car has the highest statistical speed, essentially a speed which considers all the variables added to the initial raw top speed in the handling files, and do not reflect the top speed each of these cars could reach on the road or even travelling through air. Finally, these speeds do not determine which car is "quickest" or "fastest" - competing vehicles in drag races may result in unexpected outcomes, due to the fact that restricting the drag race distance may not allow certain vehicles to reach their top speed, as the acceleration of vehicles has a massive affect on their performance and reliability in racing. These statistical top speeds give all vehicles plenty of time to reach their highest top speed on a flat, indefinitely-long strip of straight track.