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"French design and Italian construction, so expect style over substance and regular breakdowns. The Pigalle, a high performance coupé, is an icon of 70s motoring and bad taste. No wonder the ironically disposed love it." description.

The Lampadati Pigalle is a two-door vintage luxury coupé featured in the I'm Not a Hipster Update for Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online.


The Pigalle is based on the European styling of the Maserati Merak and Ghibli I, while its front fascia, headlights and hood design are derived from the Citroën SM. Its rear fascia most closely resembles that of the Ghibli I. The greenhouse and overall body shape and design resembles that of the Alpine A310. It is presumed that the Pigalle was manufactured some time between 1970 and 1980 as it features yellow headlights, a feature common on French vehicles at the time. Unlike other vehicles, the Pigalle has a unique European license plate in the grille.

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Overall, the Pigalle is better performing than its initial appearance may imply. It has good acceleration for the class, but Super-level top speeds. It handles nicely because of higher traction than other Sports Classics, attributed to its reduced engine power and low center of gravity. However, the front wheel drivetrain limits the car's turning circle and overall handing, especially at speed. Understeer is an issue with the Pigalle, but it isn't as punishing as other Sports Classics when attempting to carry speed. The braking distance is remarkably good for a sports classic. Crash deformation is acceptable.

If turbo is installed on the Pigalle, it will feature compressor surges (creating a fluttering "whistle" sound) rather than a blow-off valve (which creates a distinct "hiss" sound when letting off the accelerator). This also occurs with the Warrener.

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

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

n/a 149 / 240 (Website)




1500 / 3307

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

7.3 Seconds 130 / 209

FF SOHC V8 (In-game model)



Mass cannot be observed.


Categories skipped/ignored: Lights, Horn, Plate, Respray, Wheels, Turbo. Stock options(i.e.: no spoiler) are not listed.

Category Modification Price (Story Mode) Price (Online)
Armor 20% $1625
40% $4062
60% $6500
80% $11375
100% $16250
Brakes Street $6500
Sports $8775
Race $11375
Engine EMS level 1 $2925
EMS level 2 $4062
EMS level 3 $5850
EMS level 4 $10887
Exhaust Chrome Tip $300 $712
Big Bore $719 $1710
Grille Sports $300 $712
Roof Small Roof Rack $280 $665
Large Roof Rack $460 $1092
Empty Roof Rack $640 $1520
Alpine Roof Rack $780 $1852
Spoiler Rear Louvers $600 $6697
Suspension Lowered $500
Street $1000
Sport $1700
Competition $2200
Transmission Street $9587
Sports $10562
Race $11300
Windows Light Smoke $200
Dark Smoke $450
Limo $700
Pure Black

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