What are the fastest cars in GTA 5 Online

Of the hundreds of cars in GTA Online, only some are worth your time. Avoid the slugs and get the best of each class

Your criminal empire is booming. You’ve run the drugs, smuggled the guns, opened the night club, and now you’ve got a fat stack of green burning a hole in your pocket. What can you spend it on? Clothes? Apartments? Too boring. You need a new car, and you need it now. There are hundreds of cars in GTA Online, and not all of them are worth your time.

The Fastest Cars In GTA Online

Follow this list, and you’ll be screaming down the freeway like a banshee in some of the sweetest rides in town.

Compacts: Weeny Issi

GTA Compacts

The fastest compact doing the rounds at the moment is the Issi in Arena mode. It won’t win any prizes for its looks, but it’s got a lot of speed tied up in a tiny package. A small, but expensive package; the Issi will set you back $1,449,000. As you cruise down the road at 124 mph, though, you’ll forget about that price tag.

Coupes: Ubermacht Oracle XS

GTA Coupes

This cushy ride tops out at 114 miles per hour while looking like a grocery-getter. It’s super affordable, at only $82,000—a steal compared to some of the other fast rides. If you’re trying to run errands before rush hour, this is the car for you. Pick one up at Southern San Andreas Super Autos.

Motorcycles: Pegassi Oppressor

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I know, I know. We said this article was going to be about the fastest cars, and a car this is not. But if you’re looking for wind in your hair, this is it. With a top speed of over 120 mph, the Oppressor will get you from one side of the city to the other in a flash. They’re a little more than $3,500,00, so you may want to save up for one.

Muscle Cars: DeClasse Impaler

If you want a top-end muscle car, your best bet is the Impaler. Clocking in at a hair above 127 mph, it’s on par with the Bravado Gauntlet Hellfire while looking a whole lot sexier. It’ll also set you back $1,541,335, but style and speed make it worth shaking the extra change out of your virtual couch for.

Off-Road: Maxwell Vagrant

GTA Off-Road

This small but mighty vehicle looks to be about 90% roll cage, but safety is important when you’re offroading at 122 miles per hour. The Vagrant is a real rough-and-tumble gem; keep your arms and legs inside the ride at all times. Pick one of these up at Southern San Andreas Super Autos for $2,214,000.

Sedans: Enus Stafford

GTA Sedans

Need something that will protect your soft squishy form from incoming bullets while giving you the zip you need to get out of town quickly? A top speed of 93.5 miles per hour plus classic good looks makes the Stafford an easy choice. It’ll run you a cool $1.2 million at Legendary Motorsport, but money’s no object to someone who needs a ride this swanky.

Sports: Grotto Itali GTO

GTA Sports

Close your eyes and picture a sexy sportscar. Open them: You’ve pictured the Itali GTO. The Grotto Itali GTO is the essence of what it means to be a gorgeous car with a mouth-watering top speed and a hefty price tag: $1,965,000. Beauty costs money, but at 132.1 mph, you’ll forget what you paid.

Sports Classic: Imponte Deluxo

GTA Sports Classics

The Deluxo looks like every car somebody’s older brother drove in high school, and for a good reason. Reaching 127.3 miles per hour, this one moves. The price tag, however, puts it well out of big brother’s range. $4,721,500 sure is a lot of dollars, but speed like this doesn’t come cheap.

Supercars: Deveste Eight

GTA Supercars

Just look at it. Do we need to say more? 131 miles per hour. Don’t walk to Legendary Motorsport to pick one up. Run.

SUV: Pegassi Toros


An SUV that can reach 121.7 mph shouldn’t be taken lightly. This is no soccer mom car, despite appearances. The only thing sensible about this car is its price tag. One of the cheaper entries on this list, the Toros will set you back close to half a mile.

Vans: Gang Burrito

GTA Vans

If you’ve ever wanted to live out your deepest, darkest A-Team fantasies, you need the Gang Burrito. It’s remarkably affordable at $65,000. This large cube can move, hitting a dizzying 114.8 miles per hour.