GTA Online Doomsday Drip Feed Vehicles Schedule Predictions

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The Lampadati Viseris will allegedly make it to GTA Online on Jan. 2, 2018.
The Lampadati Viseris will allegedly make it to GTA Online on Jan. 2, 2018. GTA Forums

Earlier this month, we got DLCs that brought us the Ubermacht Sentinel Classic and Benefactor Streighter. GTA Online players also received the Albany Hermes and Overflod Autarch supercar over the Christmas weekend. By now, Rockstar is known for its steady release of drip feed content, which means even more new vehicles will join the game. However, GTA Forums member EVOLUT7ON has allegedly figured out what new vehicles we’ll get and when we’ll get it:

Here are the vehicles expected to make its way to GTA Online through Feb. 2018.
Here are the vehicles expected to make its way to GTA Online through Feb. 2018. GTA Forums

First up, from the Southern San Andreas Super Autos site is the Canis Kamacho, a mighty off-road pickup with unmatched ruggedness, or at least that’s what its strong military-style design suggests. The Kamacho is priced at $345,000.

Next, the Legendary Motorsport site offers the sports classic Annis Savestra. Designed to look similar to the real life Mazda RX-3, the Savestra promises a slew of modification options to give the little coupe a weapons-grade powerplant. And speaking of weapons, players can also take the Savestra to the Mobile Operations Center vehicle workshop to mount a light machine gun. The Annis Savestra starts at a cool $990,000.

The sports classics keep coming with the Lamadati Viseris on Jan. 2. Personally, the De Tomaso Pantera-inspired Viseris is my favorite new vehicle of the Doomsday Heist DLC. At $875,000 from Legendary Motorsport, the Viseris is more affordable than the Savestra too. Once again, weapons can be applied.

There’s a trend here: Jan. 9 allegedy invites another upcoming sport classic that’s even more gorgeous and even more affordable than the last. The Grotti GT500, which will be available at Legendary Motorsport for $785,000, features classic Italian touring designs inspired by the Ferrari 250 GT SWB and Aston Martin DB5.

Breaking the series of Sports classics is the modern Ubermacht Revolter, a 4-door sports sedan coming to Legendary Motorsports for a more hefty $1,610,000. The Revolter features a chiseled design similar to the Audi A8 and features weapons mods. The Revolter is expected to arrive on Jan. 16.

The all-electric Pfister Neon purportedly arrives on Jan. 23. Priced at a cool $1.5 million via Legendary Motorsport, the futuristic Neon is inspired by Porsche’s own Mission E electric concept.

The final vehicle expected to arrive in January is the Karin 190z. The handsome sports classic features svelte styling inspired by the Datsun 240Z. Available at Legendary Motorsport for $900,000, the 190Z features classic Japanese sports car customizations like Z/G-style overfenders and Watanabe-style wheels.

February begins with the Vapid Hustler. Get your tommy guns and your fedora hats, because the Ford Coupe-inspired Hustler will have you feeling like a bonafide Prohibition-era gangster. The Hustle is available at Legendary Motorsport for $625,000.

Last but not least is the Pfister Comet SR. Inspired by the modern Porsche 911, the Comet SR sports car comes with all the “GT” trimmings, including roll cage, rear spoiler, and a selection of aero to make the SR look as fast as it goes. The Comet SR is expected to go on sale with a price tag of $1,145,000.

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