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GTA V Pegassi Zentorno, Dewbauchee Massacro and Enus Huntley

We have only just had Rockstar go live with the GTA V 1.11 update, but it looks like we may already have massive intel on the next GTA V 1.12 update. Specifically, it looks like even more cars on the way as we now have early details on the unreleased GTA V Pegassi Zentorno, Dewbauchee Massacro and Enus Huntley cars.

Fans are already excited after driving around in the new Dinka Jester, Grotti Tursimo R and Albany Alpha cars that were introduced with the GTA V 1.11 Business update. Now it appears that Rockstar isn’t slowing down and there will be even more free DLC on the way.

We have done some digging and found out that the Zentorno, Massacro and Huntley cars are on the way with the next update. We know this as the files have already been uncovered inside internal GTA V documents following on from the 1.11 update.

Rockstar is starting to build a pattern by including future content inside patch releases and it looks like the same process has been done with the 1.11 update – featuring locked content for the GTA V 1.12 update.

Discussion on the three new cars has already begun over at GTAForums here. You’ll even be able to see blueprint images of the Pegassi Zentorno, Dewbauchee Massacro and Enus Huntley in question too – we’ve included the blueprint for the Zentorno above.

All of the images seen in the link are already hidden away on GTA V’s legendarymotorsport website – you just can’t access them yet, but they’re there. Obviously we don’t have an idea on the full model designs yet, or what real life comparisons Rockstar intends to make.

Do you want to see something like this in GTA V?
Do you want to see something like this in GTA V?

We have seen plenty of demand for a Lamborghini SUV though, so could the Pegassi Zentorno possibly meet this demand, similar to the image we include above of the real life model?

Either way, it is exciting stuff to see that more content is on the way. Take a look at the information available, then let us know what you would want the Zentorno, Massacro and Huntley models to look like.

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Written by Alan Ng

Alan has been working for Product-Reviews since 2009 and became the Editor-in-chief in 2014. He has a passion for technology, the latest mobile phones and gadgets, and the gaming industry. Alan is a graduate of Canterbury Christ Church University and completed a B.A in Commercial Music in 2008. While expressing a keen interest in all areas that PR cover, you'll usually find Alan in the gaming section, where he'll be keeping enthusiasts up to date on all the latest news and reviews for consoles and PC.

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