GTA V High Life update car preview

With Rockstar now releasing the Capture Creator update for GTA V, attention has now shifted towards the highly anticipated GTA V High Life update. We don’t know the release date for this new content yet, but we do know that it will give players access to some fantastic new cars.

You may not know it yet, but the cars included with the GTA V High Life patch have actually been leaked before. Back at the start of March we told you that three new cars were coming to GTA V and they were the Pegassi Zentorno, Dewbauchee Massacro and Enus Huntley.

Now, we can confirm that these three cars are coming with the High Life update and Rockstar has actually given some hints as to what these cars will look like.

The image you see above finally gives us a solid look at the Pegassi Zentorno, which is the car on the right in red. Notice the massive grills on the front which you may or may not like, plus another look at the car from the side in the image below.

Another tease of the new cars in the High Life update.
Another tease of the new cars in the High Life update.

We can also tell you that the Zentorno will belong to the GTA V Super Car class, rather than the Sports Car class as previously suggested. In the first image to the left, this yellow motor is actually the Dewbauchee Massacro which has been based off the real-life Aston Martin series.

The black model which you can see at the very back should be the Enus Huntley, which Rockstar seemingly predicts won’t be as popular as the Zentorno or Massacro.

One vehicle that we haven’t seen at all yet though is the Dinka Thrust, which will be the brand new motorcycle that players can also buy with the GTA V High Life update. It could turn out to be one of the best motorcycles in the game, which is perhaps why Rockstar are not giving any clues on its price or design just yet.

Which car are you looking forward to the most with the High Life update? What are your predictions for prices?

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Written by Alan Ng

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