Whether you’re making your getaway in single-player mode or in GTA Online, the importance of a fast car in Grand Theft Auto V can’t be overstated.
Speeding through the streets of Los Santos becomes all the more satisfying when you’re doing it in a vehicle that’s been designed to reach dizzying speeds, as any GTA race fan can attest.
With that in mind, then, you’ll probably be looking for the fastest cars GTA V and GTA Online can muster, and it likely won’t surprise you to learn that there’s a ton of choice when it comes to speed demons.
Let’s take a look at some of the fastest cars in Grand Theft Auto V and its online component, ranked by top speed!
BF Weevil Custom
Several GTA Online guides and platforms, including sites like GTA Base and the ever-reliable Charlie Intel, point to the rather unassuming-looking BF Weevil Custom as the fastest car currently available in GTA V and GTA Online.
The car seems to be based on the VW Beetle Rat Rod, a very distinctive-looking vehicle that is completely custom-built.
It’s capable of reaching speeds of up to 137.50 miles per hour, which works out at around 221.28 kilometres per hour. That’s a pretty impressive getaway!
If you’re looking to pick one of these up in GTA Online, you’ll need to head to Benny’s Original Motor Works, where you’ll find them on sale for just shy of $1 million in GTA cash.
Our second fastest car in GTA Online and Grand Theft Auto V is the Ocelot Pariah, which looks perhaps much more like you would expect a fast car to look.
It’s got a sleek sports car-style appearance, and its muted colour schemes make it feel even more like an understated but hugely powerful machine that will roar when you put it into gear.
The Ocelot Pariah can reach a top speed of 136 miles per hour, or about 218.87 kilometres per hour, so it’s a force to be reckoned with, even in the most tense high-speed chases with other players.
You can pick this one up from the Legendary Motorsport shop, but it’s going to cost you; the Pariah will set you back around $1,400,000, so make sure you’ve got some cash on hand if you’ve chosen this as your vehicle to cruise around Los Santos.
Grotti Itali RSX
Again, like the Pariah, the Grotti Itali RSX looks much more like a car that you would expect to reach rip-roaring top speeds, and indeed, it can do just that.
It can’t quite match the sheer baffling power of the BF Weevil Custom, but the Grotti Itali RSX will get you where you need to go thanks to its incredible top speed of 135.30 miles per hour, which equates to around 217.74 kilometres per hour.
This car was originally introduced as part of GTA Online’s Cayo Perico Heist update, which added not only lots of new content to enjoy, but also several new radio stations with extra music to play while you’re escaping from the cops.
Inspired by some of Ferrari’s most iconic designs, the Itali RSX can be purchased from Legendary Motorsport for a whopping $3,465,000, so you’d better hope that you’ve got some deep pockets if you’re looking to take this one out for a test drive.
The BF Weevil Custom is starting to look more and more like an outlier, isn’t it? The Pfister 811 is another gorgeously sleek sports car, and it’s reached a respectable fourth place on the list of GTA Online cars and their top speeds.
This car has been part of the GTA Online family since all the way back in 2016, so it was added just a few short years after the game was originally released.
Its top speed is 132.50 miles per hour, putting it a fair distance behind the BF Weevil Custom, but you can still win races with this car thanks to its excellent acceleration and aerodynamic construction. You’re not going to be missing any corners while you’re racing in this one, that’s for sure.
Unfortunately, the Pfister 811 isn’t currently available for purchase, so if you managed to get your hands on one during its time at Legendary Motorsport, then you’ve got a bona fide collectible that not every GTA Online player can access.
Grotti Itali GTO Stinger TT
Thankfully, unlike the Pfister 811, the Grotti Itali GTO Stinger TT can still be purchased in GTA Online, so if you’re hankering for a supercar and you’ve got some money to burn, you could do a lot worse than this one.
The GTO Stinger TT was introduced to the game in mid-2023 as part of the Mercenaries update, and it has a top speed of 132.50 miles per hour, but modifications can push that number up to a frankly ludicrous 168.50 miles per hour.
The unmodded GTO Stinger TT is still a force to be reckoned with, however, thanks to its excellent acceleration. You’ll need to watch out for its sluggish turning, though. Don’t get caught out while you’re zipping around a corner!
If you want to avail yourself of the Grotti Itali GTO Stinger TT, you’re going to need to hand over $2,380,000 of your GTA cash to the Legendary Motorsport shop, which is where you’ll find many of GTA Online’s most sought-after supercar offerings.
Principe Deveste Eight
Now here’s an unusual-looking supercar for those who like to be noticed while they’re driving through Los Santos. The Principe Deveste Eight is an angular beast of a car, and it’s perfect for anyone who wants to make a statement.
The Deveste Eight is actually based on a real car, too; if you’ve ever seen the Devel Sixteen, which not only gives the Deveste Eight its distinctive design but also arguably its name, then you’ve seen this car’s inspiration.
Not only that, but the design of the headlights appears to come from the Hyundai N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo, as suggested by the incredibly informative GTA Wiki page for this car.
As a quick side note: it’s definitely worth heading to the GTA wiki if you want to learn more about any of these cars, as they’ve all got highly detailed pages with lots of information listed!
At any rate, the Principe Deveste Eight can reach top speeds of 131.75 miles per hour, so it’s not the fastest car on the block, but it’s got great straight line performance and it looks impressive as well.
With a top speed of 131.30 miles per hour, this beautiful car is perfect for anyone who likes their vehicles classic and straightforward. It might lack the strange lines and contours of the Deveste Eight, but it’s no less luxurious as a result.
As a two-door coupe, you can only take one passenger with you if you’re planning on taking this car for a spin, but that just means you should pick your best GTA Online buddy to enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime ride.
If you’re a fan of Maserati cars, then you’ll almost certainly recognise the Corsita, as it seems to be derived from the famous Maserati MC20, a car that many gearheads have likely lusted after.
The Corsita can be purchased from – you guessed it – Legendary Motorsport, where it’ll set you back $1,795,000. This one isn’t quite as staggeringly expensive as many of the GTA Online supercar and sports car options out there, so it’s perfect if you don’t want to smash the piggy bank into pieces.
Overflod Entity MT
Another extremely distinctive hypercar with a beautiful design, the Overflod Entity MT takes its aesthetic inspiration from Koenigsegg’s Jesko Absolut, which you’ll likely be familiar with if you’re a car aficionado.
This car, which was introduced to GTA Online in late 2022, is available from Legendary Motorsport, and it’ll cost you $2,355,000 to pick it up. Thankfully, it’s not “out of print”, so to speak, so it’s widely accessible for any GTA Online player.
The car’s top speed is around 131.25 miles per hour, which, naturally, can be upgraded using the current-gen HSW improvements and boosted up to about 150 miles per hour.
Of course, since this is a hypercar, you’ll have to exercise excellent control if you want to keep the car in line while it’s reaching insane speeds like that, so make sure that you don’t take your hands off the wheel or your eyes off the road even once while you’re driving this one.
Pegassi Torero XO
It’s hard to imagine a car that represents hypercar elegance and luxury more than the Pegassi Torero XO, which is a sleek, flat vehicle introduced to GTA Online in July 2022.
The car’s top speed is around 131 miles per hour, or 210.82 kilometres per hour, and it’s available from – once again, you guessed it – Legendary Motorsport, where you’ll have to part with $2,890,000 GTA cash to avail yourself of it.
If you’ve driven the Ignus, then you’ve probably got a good idea of what the Torero XO is capable of, as the two cars are rather similar in terms of performance. The Torero XO has excellent acceleration and good performance, too, handling corners and tricky manoeuvres with ease.
To put it simply, if you’re looking for a beautiful and uncomplicated hypercar that’s going to stick with you and help you go the distance in races and beyond, then the Pegassi Torero XO is a great choice. It’s expensive, but it makes up for that cost with incredible beauty and responsiveness.
Bravado Banshee 900R
This gorgeous supercar is available as a conversion from Benny’s Original Motor Works, and it’ll cost you just $565,000, so it’s ideal if you don’t have the kind of millions that are required for the above supercars or hypercars.
As a large, muscular vehicle, the Banshee 900R doesn’t necessarily scream incredible top speeds, but the car is actually capable of reaching 131 miles per hour at its outside, which converts to about 210.82 kilometres per hour.
This car has been part of the GTA Online family since all the way back in early 2016, so it’s been a mainstay of the GTA vehicle scene since then. It might not be the fastest car in the game, but it’s certainly one of the most distinctive vehicle options.
The original Banshee is a simple sports car, but this one has been elevated into the Super category by dint of its increased acceleration and top speed, making it a competitor for any race you care to name.
Of course, you’ll have to be careful with performance, as the increased speed means this car is more prone to spinning out or oversteering. The Banshee 900R takes a careful hand to control properly.
Invetero Coquette D10
The final car on our list of fastest GTA Online cars is this gorgeous sports car, which arrived in the game as part of its 2020 Los Santos Summer Special content update.
The Coquette D10 is capable of reaching top speeds of 130 miles per hour, or 209.21 kilometres per hour, and it can be purchased from sports car vendor mainstay Legendary Motorsport, where it’ll cost you $1,510,000. That’s a lot of heists, eh?
You’re not going to find a car that can challenge the best of its class here; while this car is far from a slouch, it can’t quite hold a candle to cars like the Pariah, which is also just a little bit cheaper.
However, if the design of the Coquette D10 takes your fancy for whatever reason and you’re just not a fan of the Pariah, you’ll still find a beautiful sports car with all the performance you need, as well as a high level of tolerance in terms of crashes.
The Coquette D10 is an admirable little performer that won’t trouble the top of its respective charts, but that will turn heads if other players see it on Los Santos’ streets.