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GTA Online This Week Features New Vehicle, New Rewards, More

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GTA Online this week features an all-new ride, a bunch of rewards, and much more as you delve into the chaos that is Los Santos.

The Pfister Comet S2 is the new vehicle on hand this week, now available from Legendary Motorsport. Receive double GTA$ and RP in Sprints – a new type of race introduced with Los Santos Tuners – and the Vespucci Job.

If you win five Sprint Challenges between now and August 4, you’ll be awarded with the Vulcar Warrener HKR sitting atop the Slamtruck at the LS Car Meet. Additionally, the as-yet-unreleased Vapid Dominator ASP is now available to test drive at the LS Car Meet’s Test Track (before it becomes available for purchase next week), alongside the Dinka Jester RR and the all-new Pfister Comet S2.

There’s an LS Customs Varsity Jacket for visiting the LS Car Meet, a Fukaru Race Livery for the upcoming Vapid Dominator ASP just for logging in, a Street Crimes Color Gangs Tee for completing the Daily Vehicle List in the Auto Shop office, and a Ron Racing Livery for the Pfister Comet S2 for those who became Members last week.

Receive a GTA$250K bonus for those who reach Car Meet Membership Rank 10 between now and August 17, plus a GTA$200K bonus and a White Born x Raised Tee for completing any Contract finale before August 5.

Grab a free Race and Chase Arcade Cabinet after purchasing the Auto Shop property. The Truffade Z-Type is this week’s top prize at the Lucky Wheel. Vehicle discounts this week include 30% off the Coil Raiden and Ocelot Pariah, plus 40% off the Karin Everon, Weeny Issi Sport, Ocelot Locust, Declasse Mamba, Vapid Clique, Vulcar Nebula Turbo, and BF Club.

Learn more about what’s new in GTA Online over at Rockstar Newswire.


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Poorna Shankar

A highly opinionated avid PC gamer, Poorna blindly panics with his friends in various multiplayer games, much to the detriment of his team. Constantly questioning industry practices and a passion for technological progress drive his love for the video game industry. He pulls no punches and tells it like he sees it. He runs a podcast, Gaming The Industry, with fellow writer, Joseph Bradford, discussing industry practices and their effects on consumers.