Grand Theft Auto V – New Update GTA Online – Los Santos Tuners Information Guide

Grand Theft Auto V – New Update GTA Online – Los Santos Tuners Information Guide 1 - steamlists.com
Grand Theft Auto V – New Update GTA Online – Los Santos Tuners Information Guide 1 - steamlists.com
Everything you need to know about the latest content update for Grand Theft Auto Online, released on July 20, 2021.

 

Introduction:

Grand Theft Auto V - New Update GTA Online - Los Santos Tuners Information Guide - Introduction:

The most significant addition to arrive with the latest GTA Online update is the LS Car Meet. This new social space is found inside an old warehouse in Cypress Flats, where you can join up with friends to check out the vehicles on show or flaunt your own car collection, complete with a test track and various other challenges and features you can unlock via its own reputation system.

There are also new Tuner-based missions alongside the new LS Car Meet. You can also snag the Los Santos Customs Coveralls by stealing and selling a vehicle to LS Customs in Freemode.

New Races & Cars:

While much of the new stuff is centred around the new LG Car Meet, there are a couple of new race series available away from the underground car scene:

Street Races Series: Creative race tracks set in the neighbourhoods of Los Santos.

Pursuit Series: Checkpoints are well spaced, allowing for custom routes to beat the competition.

Sprint Series: This one technically starts at the Car Meet but offers a ‘point to point challenge in Freemode’ with up to three other drivers.

There are a total of 17 new cars arriving in GTA Online over the summer, and you can find ten of those now that the Los Santos tuners update has arrived. These are:

⭐ Karin Calico GTF – Based on a fifth and sixth generation Toyota Celica.

⭐ Karin Futo GTX – A variant of the Futo, based on the Toyota Sprinter Trueno (AE86).

⭐ Annis Euros – A sports car mainly based on the Nissan 370Z. Returning from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

⭐ Vapid Dominator GTT – A classic version of the Dominator, seemingly based on the 1969–1970 Ford Mustang.

⭐ Annis ZR350 – A sports car strongly based on a third generation Mazda RX-7 FD3S. Returning from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

⭐ Dinka RT3000 – A sports car seemingly based on the hardtop Honda S2000.

⭐ Vulcar Warrener HKR – A pickup truck variant of the Warrener, resembling the 1974 Nissan/Datsun Sunny “Hakotora”.

⭐ Obey Tailgater S – A modernized variant of the Tailgater, resembling the Audi RS3 Sedan (8V).

⭐ Dinka Jester RR – A variant of the Jester, strongly based on the fifth generation Toyota GR Supra (A90).

⭐ Annis Remus – A vehicle based on the Nissan Silvia (S13).

How To Get Started & Earn Rep:

Check the map for the LS Car Meet icon. The warehouse you’re looking for is on the edge of town in Cypress Flats and has a ‘makeshift finish line’ on the road outside. Just don’t show up in any weaponised vehicle; you need to leave those at the door as it’s a combat-free area.

Once inside, speak to Mimi for all the information you need to get started. She’ll also show you how access to the Test Track, which lets you drive or race cars with your friends. You can try out new Test Rides from a rotating selection of vehicles, which will include unreleased cars for the first few weeks.

This reputation system allows you to unlock additional benefits as you gain each level. These include car customisation options, trade prices on certain vehicles, and access to new race modes. You can earn rep by winning races, logging in daily, and taking advantage of the Test Track feature. And if you’ve had a hard day behind the wheel, just hanging out at the Car Meet will help you earn rep, too.

LS Car Meet Membership Benefits:

You can fork out GTA$ 50,000 for a Car Meet Membership which awards you additional perks and privileges. These include Prize Ride Challenges, with the chance to win a ‘Prize Ride’, giving you access to Merch and Tattoo Shops, as well as a Modding Area. High-level members can customise banner and lighting colours for the Car Meet by creating a Private Takeover.

Additional benefits include:

⭐ Host Private Meets.
⭐ No Charge Access To Car Meets.
⭐ Host Private Test Tracks.
⭐ Permanent 5% modding discount at your owned Auto Shop.
⭐ The option to set the LS Car Meet as a spawn location when entering GTA Online.
⭐ LS Car Meet Members who join from a Social Club Crew can gain additional items and features, such as a Property Crew Emblem for their Auto Shop.

New Auto Shop Property:

You may decide to pay the Auto Shop a visit to take on robbery Contracts or multi-part missions. But if you really want to get into the business in a big way, you can acquire one of the new and fully customisation Auto Shops that have appeared on the market for yourself. This will allow you to make a bit of cash from the cover of a legitimate business.

Here are the features available with the Auto Shop:

Exotic Exports List: A chalkboard list of 10 cars to steal across Freemode solo or with other players, with a large payment if the full batch is stolen and delivered.

Modding Bay: For customising personal vehicles, with the bay also accessible by other players who are looking to mod their cars. Auto Shop owners have the option to purchase an additional car lift to boost customer mods as well.

Mechanics: Additional staff members to help run the business by delivering customer vehicles.

Vehicle Storage: For up to 10 personal vehicles.

Personal Quarters: An optional player launch point with a bed, wardrobe and gun locker.

By McALEER

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