FANDOM


Vehicles take a major role in the Grand Theft Auto series. They allow the player to explore, navigate and observe the game's map, through air, on water, by train and on land.

Vehicles in-game are not licensed, and thus are not directly named, based or referenced to any real-life vehicle. As a result of this, all vehicles are given fictional names (both model and make), as well as numerous design inspirations, and in-game names and quotes hint references to real-life sources.


Vehicles in each game
GTA V | GTA Chinatown Wars | The Ballad of Gay Tony | The Lost and Damned | GTA IV | GTA Vice City Stories | GTA Liberty City Stories | GTA San Andreas | GTA Vice City | GTA III | GTA 2 | GTA London 1961 & 1969 | GTA 1
Categories of vehicles for each game

GTA V | The Ballad of Gay Tony | The Lost and Damned | GTA IV | GTA: Vice City Stories | GTA: Liberty City Stories | GTA: San Andreas | GTA: Vice City | GTA III | GTA 2 | GTA London 1961 & 1969 | GTA 1

Vehicle Brands

Albany | American Motors | Annis | Benefactor | BF | Bollokan | Bravado | Brute | Buckingham | Canis | Cheval | Classique | Coil | Declasse | Dewbauchee | Dinka | DUDE | Dundreary | Emperor | Enus | Fathom | Ferocious | Gallivanter | Grotti | Hijak | HVY | Imponte | Invetero | Jobuilt | Jugular | Karin | Kraken | Lampadati | Liberty Chop Shop | Liberty City Cycles | Maibatsu Corporation | Mammoth | MTL | Nagasaki | Obey | Ocelot | Överflöd | Pegassi | Pfister | Principe | Progen | ProLaps | Schyster | Shitzu | Speedophile | Stanley | Steel Horse | Truffade | Ubermacht | Vapid | Vulcar | Weeny | Western Company | Western Motorcycle Company | Willard | Zirconium

Basics
Facilities
Misc.

Navigation