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Stunt - Plummet is a stunt race added to Grand Theft Auto Online as part of GTA Online: Cunning Stunts. The race is exclusive to super cars. Up to 16 players can participate.

Overview

The race starts several thousand feet above Fort Zancudo. The track turns and is followed by a steep straight that ends in the tunnel under Fort Zancudo. Once out the other side, the track goes back into the air. The course continues straight on, with several jumps before a series of turns. After the turns, the track splits and goes at angle. Once the track becomes one again, there is a straight to the finish line, which ends on a large target. The reward varies on the amount of players and finishing positions.

Trivia

  • A modified supercar can achieve close to 200 mph seen on the dashboard speedometer when on the steep straight, such as the T20, 811, Banshee 900R, Reaper and Adder. A standard X80 Proto can also achieve these speeds.

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