A ton of new vehicles were just added into GTA Online. Since the After Hours update, cars, planes and flying hoverbikes are all now available, many of them designed to fit in with the DLC's nightlife aesthetic. In this GTA Online After Hours Vehicles Guide, we'll breakdown all the new additions, including the Opressor, Terrorbyte, Scramjet, and more.
We’ll be adding more and more guides on GTA Online After Hours as we spend more time with the update. For more info on the game, head over to our GTA After Hours Everything We Know Page
GTA After Hours Vehicles
Thanks to some keen data-mining, we now have a pretty extensive list of every vehicle being added into GTA Online as part of the After Hours DLC. Big thanks to FoxySnaps (https://twitter.com/FoxySnaps) for the info, they’ve got more GTA V leaks on their Twitter channel.
GTA After Hours Full New Vehicle and Cars List
Thanks to some data mining, we know a few of the new vehicles that are set to be added to GTA Online. We’ll list them here, and provide pictures for the ones that are currently available.
GTA Online After Hours Terrorbyte Truck
You can go to our full guide on the Terrorbyte here, to see what it can do and what you'll need to get it.
GTA Online After Hours Enus Stafford - $1,272,000
GTA Online After Hours Blimp
GTA Online After Hours Canis FreeCrawler - $597,000
GTA Online After Hours Mule Custom - $72,000 - 95,760
GTA Online After Hours OPPRESSOR MK2
The Oppressor MK 2 is literally a flying motorbike - check our guide to see how to get one and how to customize it.
GTA After Hours Festival Bus - $1,385,000 – $1,842,050
GTA After Hours Mammoth Partriot Stretch - $460,000 – $611,800
GTA Online After Hours Pounder Custom - $241,000 - $320,000
GTA After Hours Scramjet
GTA Online After Hours Speedo4
GTA After Hours B-11 Strikeforce
GTA Online After Hours Ocelot Swinger - $909,000
GTA After Hours Dinker Jester Classic
That's all of the vehicles we have images for currently, but we have listed some additional cars set to come to After Hours in the future, found by the same dataminer.
- Menacer - $1,775,000
- Imponte Ruiner – $10,000
- Bollckan Prairie – $25,000
- Karin Futo – $9,000
- Karin Beejay XL – $27,000
- Fathom FQ 2 – $50,000
- Benefactor Seprano – $60,000
- Emperor Habanero – $42,000
- Chariot Romero Hearse – $45,000
Note that only some of these are available from the get-go, the Pounder Custom, Patriot Stretch, Festival Bus, Mule Custom, Swinger and the Jester Classic. The additional vehicles are expected to be drip-fed into the game in the near-future.
That’s every vehicle we know about so far in GTA After Hours. We’ll update this page when we get our hands on the new update, and add in some more details on each one. We’ll also put in prices for each one, so that you know exactly how much it’ll be for the full set. For info on all of the new clothing being added to the game, head over to our GTA After Hours Clothing Guide. For a look how to make the most of your time in the GTA V single player, head over to our GTA 5 Cheats Guide.