Despite pledging to tone down support for GTA Online to focus on GTA 6 developments, the new Criminal Enterprises update in GTA Online has been a blast. It has been a treat for all car enthusiasts, adding 11 new vehicles so far, with even more to come later this month.

Most if not all of the cars in the update are good-looking, however, there are some that you should buy before others. In this article, Gurugamer is going to take a look at the five best looking cars in GTA Online Criminal Enterprises.


1. Benefactor LM87

The LM87 can be purchased in GTA Online from Legendary Motorsport for a price of $2,915,000. It is a very weird-looking race car that would draw attention, especially in a race. Additionally, the LM87 is the most expensive car in this update.

The design of the Benefactor LM87 is based on a real life Sauber Mercedes C9 & Mercedes-Benz C11.

It drives like a dream and competes with the Emerus & Krieger. You need to put the spoiler on to really utilize it in races. The traction and downforce on it are crazy and tracks full of corners are where it beats the Emerus and Krieger due to that. It feels halfway between a supercar and an open-wheel car at times.

The name LM87 is likely a reference to the Le Mans Grand Prix, with 87 being a nod to the debut race in 1987 to introduce many racing endurance prototypes, including the Mercedes C9.

2. Lampadati Corsita

The Corsita can be purchased in GTA Online from Legendary Motorsport for a price of $1,795,000. Players who have GTA+ subscription can get it for free, however. Currently, it is the fastest amongst the new cars released in the Criminal Enterprises update.

With the right set of modifications, the car would become one of the best-looking hypercar players can get.

Lampadati Corsita

The design of the Lampadati Corsita is based on a real-life Maserati MC20. Performance-wise, the Corsita is solid, with good acceleration and speed. Apart from a bit of oversteer and being somewhat slippery in turns, players can easily get the most out of the vehicle. Its customization is not that impressive, however.

Corsita is Corsican for ‘Lane’, emulating the term Corse (Coriscan for ‘Race’) from the MC20's full name, the Maserati Corse 2020.

3. Benefactor SM722

The design of the Benefactor SM722 is based on the real-life Mercedes-Benz SLR Stirling Moss. It is available to be purchased at Legendary Motorsport for $2,115,000.

The interior of the car is unique and is predominated by silver/chrome details.

Yet another weird-looking car with an open-top design - the Benefactor SM722 is truly a stunning vehicle to look at. The vehicle's name is a direct reference to its real-life counterpart, with SM being the initials of Stirling Moss and 722 referring to his racing number at the 1955 Mille Miglia.

Performance-wise, the SM722 is mediocre for the Sports class. While its acceleration and top speed are decent, the car lacks the high downforce that several of its rivals, such as the Corsita enjoys. Because of that, it has a tendency to oversteer through corners if handled roughly.

4. Declasse Draugur

The Declasse Draugur is a Off-Road vehicle based on a real life Chevrolet Off-Road Concept. It really feels like an electric Trophy Truck/Kamacho hybrid. Not the fastest top speed, but great acceleration...and suspension that doesn't feel like a Walmart RC car.

Draugur Gtaoe Front
Draugur — the bare-bones legend with extreme off-road capabilities.

Declasse Draugur seems to have the best suspensions in GTA Online, making the vehicle bouncy and comfortable on the road. The handling is quite responsive as well. Available for purchase from Southern San Andreas Super Autos for $1,870,000 or for $1,402,500 after completing 10 races in the Cayo Perico Series.

5. Declasse Vigero ZX

The Declasse Vigero ZX is a Muscle Car based on a real life Chevrolet Camaro Gen VI. The car is a lot of fun to drive and feels like an actual muscle car. It's got a lot of oversteer and likes to slide its back end out if you push it too hard around a corner but also has a good top speed.

Vigerozx Gtaoe Front
Conversion at Hao's Special Works is available for $550,000. (PlayStation 5/Xbox Series X|S only).

Rockstar has been copying the real life car a bit too closely - once the vehicle is modified, it quickly gains winglets and splitters that make it look even more like Chevrolet Camaro. The side profile and the taillights are all also dead ringers for the real car.

Unlike the original Vigero, the Vigero ZX's interior is shared with the Dominator GTX and the Gauntlet Hellfire, being a more modern and luxurious trim fitting for the vehicle's high-end nature. When modified correctly, it can resemble the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE.

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