The Raver is a four-door sedan featured in Grand Theft Auto: London 1969.
The Raver is best described as a generic family car with curving design cues rooted in the 1950s, presumably a common sight on British roads in the 1960s. As hinted by its name, the car is implied to be based on a Rover, appearing to be similar in design to a 1949–1964 Rover P4.
The name refers to the term raver which means a person commonly going on dance parties on the UK and wearing white t-shirts and jeans, the term was mostly used in the 90's.
Despite its unassuming appearance, the Raver possesses impressive road going credentials that are partially similar to those of the Ferocious GTO, with equivalently excellent top speed, acceleration and braking, average grip, and even 2% more endurance to damage than usual. However, the car is 25% heavier than most cars in the game, bogging down its acceleration and maneuverability, and possesses average handling. The car's base export value is also lower, selling at £400 when delivered in perfect condition.