Grand Theft Auto Online Releases a Brand New Supercar for the New Year

Grand Theft Auto Online Releases a Brand New Supercar for the New Year

Can GTA Online continue the momentum from 2017?

Grand Theft Auto Online continues to be one of the most popular games around as evidenced by the fact that 2017 was apparently GTA Online's biggest year to date. Rockstar is celebrating by releasing a new car, and refreshing some of its big prize races.

The first new update of 2018 sees the release of the Lampadati Viseris. The new car is available for 875,000 and will be upgradable in the Vehicle Workshop. Supposedly, the Viseris is one of the fastest new cars available in the game, so if you're looking for a new ride, consider the Viseris.

The new update also sees Double GTA$ and RP on all Lester Contract Missions until January 15.

Rockstar also revealed the new premium race and time trial schedule that will run also run through January 15. The Premium Stunt Race will be "Island Hopping" while Time Trial will be "Maze Bank Arena"

Lastly, Rockstar announced some new sales for GTA Online with 25 percent off select weapons, vehicles, and accessories. You can see the full list of discounted items below.

Land and Air Savings

  • Nagasaki Ultralight (Plane)
  • Aircraft Weapons
  • Vehicle Armor
  • Headlights and Neons
  • Skirts
  • Spoilers
  • Suspension
  • Turbos

Matt Kim

News Editor

Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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