Sometimes you just want to flaunt your wealth in the face of other players, and why shouldn’t you? You’ve earned the money through hard work and blind robbery, so you should be allowed to spend it however you wish. And nothing says, “Hey guys, look at my wealth,” more than a really, really expensive car.
The following 10 rides are the most expensive cars you can currently buy from the dealers in-game. There won’t be any that are far out or racing cars—no Batmobile and no Dominator here—as we will be concentrating on the ones that look like real-world cars and not some developer’s nightmare. What there will be, however, are the ones that look like a million bucks and are going to cost you way more than that to own.
Here are the 10 most expensive cars money can buy in GTA Online.
The new big daddy in town, the Benefactor Krieger overtook the Pegassi Tezeract as the game’s most expensive car in the Diamond & Casino Resort update. Based on the Mercedes-AMG One concept car, the Krieger is just about as great an all-round car as you’d expect for something that costs almost $3 million. Stylish and fast, the Krieger is well worth adding to your collection, if you can afford it.
The now-second-most-expensive car in GTA Online, the Pegassi Tezeract looks like a fighter jet and handles like one too. Its blistering speed and ability to stick to the road like glue is only slightly let down by its acceleration and braking. But it doesn’t matter when it looks this good and can tear your face off as soon as you touch the throttle. Available from Legendary Motorsport at the low, low price of $2.825 million, the Pegassi Tezeract is the perfect middle finger to the plebs of Los Santos.
The Progen Emerus is mouth-wateringly expensive, but it’s worth every penny. Based on the McLaren Senna, the Progen Emerus is a beautiful looking piece of machinery that is as fast as it is costly. It also sticks to the road like glue, meaning that you shouldn’t have any trouble taking corners and escaping the cops at break-neck speed without sticking your brand new toy (and your face) into the nearest wall.
Grotti X80 Proto
Continuing the theme of cars that look like jet fighters, we have the Grotti X80 Proto. It may be slightly slower than the Pegassi Tezeract, with a top speed of only 161 mph compared to the Tezeract’s 169 mph, but it goes from zero to oh-my-sweet-Jesus a hell of a lot quicker. It’s also just better across the board and is only let down in the braking department. So you might want to think about the distance that it’s going to take you to stop before you try to barrel around that corner.
One of the newest additions to this guide, the Annis S80RR became available after the Diamond Casino and Resort update went live. From a personal viewpoint, it doesn’t look that good, especially because it costs $2,575,000, but if you want a car that looks like a 1980s Ferrari, then you can pick this up from Legendary Motorsport and swan around the city.
With a name like the Tyrant, you’d expect this car to try and cut your head off at the first opportunity, and as its braking isn’t brilliant (just like most of the other supercars on this list), there’s a very good chance that until you get used to how it stops, it will do just that. Yet, when you manage to tame this beast, it will become the go-to car in your collection, as it goes like a slingshot and handles like a dream.
It’s rare to see such a slick-looking endurance car, but the Progen Tyrus makes it look too easy. Added as part of the Cunning Stunts update, the Tyrus offers blistering pace and the ability to power through corners as you might expect for a civilian car originally designed for the track. Plenty of liveries are available to customize your Tyrus too, to give it that personalized, sponsored feel, even if you’re losing every race. At over $2.5 million, though, it will cost you a pretty penny.
Another car from the Cunning Stunts update that is an endurance racecar parading as a civilian vehicle, the Annis RE-7B is the slightly weaker of the two endurance supercars on this list. That said, if you’re simply wanting a car that goes very fast, then you can’t go wrong with the RE-7B. It also comes with plenty of liveries for you to customize.
Easily the best-looking car in this guide, the Ocelot XA-21 has the overall stats and the price tag to go along with the sleek lines and styling that makes it almost drool-worthy. Topping out at 159 mph and costing $2,375,000, the Ocelot XA-21 was part of the Gunrunning update, and it’s the perfect vehicle if smuggling weapons is your thing. It’s guaranteed to outrun nearly every other in-game vehicle, and even though a few might be able to keep up with you, it’s doubtful they can corner as quickly as you can.
Another addition from the new Diamond Casino and Resort update, the Truffade Thrax is a Buggati in every way except name. It’s lightning-quick, accelerates like greased lightning, and will stick to the tarmac like roadkill. There’s a very good chance that after you’ve forked out the $6 million-plus it costs to buy a penthouse suite, then you might be a little stuck for the $2,325,000 that this ride will set you back. But if you spin the Wheel of Fortune, then you always stand a chance of winning it fair and square. (Yeah, like that’s ever going to happen.)