The Unknown Sports Car (unofficially named) is a grand tourer making its first appearance in Grand Theft Auto V.
The design of this vehicle is based significantly on the Aston Martin V12 Zagato and Nissan GT-R. The vehicle's front greenhouse form and headlamps are inspired by the GT-R. The front quarter-panel, rear of the greenhouse and the rear quarter area appears very similar to that of the V12 Zagato.
The front end of this car is created with a range of lines and curves. The front bumper features a large central intake, spanning half the car's width. Either side of this intake, there is a smaller intake with an 8 LED, daytime running lamp strip adjacent to the top edge. The car features quadrilateral shaped headlamp units which have a strip of 10 LEDs along the lower part of the inner edge. The outer area features three circular lamps, the highest one being the amber turning indicator lamp. The bonnet/ hood features impressed areas whose edges are parallel to the inner edges of the headlamp units. The front quarter panels are dominated by the presence of a large air intake with a chrome strip near its top edge.
The main body of the car has a high prevalence of curves. The A pillars of the car are covered with a black polymer. There are black wing mirrors mounted just below the A pillars at the front of the door. The greenhouse features a a very cury lower window line. It also features a very smooth and elegant C pillar area. The rear quarter area bulges outwards and is wider than the main body area, and much wider than the rear of the greenhouse. The rear quarter area has an upper edge that follows the shape of the rear wheel arch. The car features a tan coloured interior.
The rear bumper of the car features very curved edges, making more of the rear tyres visible.
This car features a front-mounted engine.
- In the screenshot where this car first appeared, it had no windscreen wipers.
- Also, in the same screenshot, it had six spoke wheels, but interestingly, the outer part of the wheel hub is visible, meaning that the wheel has been inset too far into the body, or has not been correctly modeled to fit this car.