Choose your favorite vehicle or car from this new selection fo the seven best cars in the After Hours DLC for GTA Online.

7 Best Vehicles in GTA Online’s After Hours DLC

Choose your favorite vehicle or car from this new selection fo the seven best cars in the After Hours DLC for GTA Online.

With the release of the After Hours DLC in GTA Online you can now start purchasing all the brand new vehicles and cars. As usual, the roster includes cheap civilian cars that won't get you too far in the game, but the expensive ones are really worth a look.

Here you will find seven of the finest options from the After Hours DLC, including an aircraft, a hoverbike, a couple of armored vehicles, for those who like dangerous missions, several racing cars, and one luxury variant.

If you have a few million to spare, then go ahead and check out all of them right here!

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Vehicle: B-11 Strikeforce

  • Type: Military aircraft
  • Price: $3,800,000

This After Hours vehicle is one mean aircraft with three types of weapons attached to it: a cannon, a rocket launcher, and a machine gun. It's relatively small size makes it highly maneuverable even at slower velocities and lower altitudes.

But one of the strongest sides of Strikeforce is its durability. Even if it gets hit by a tank and both of its engines go off, it can quickly fix itself and get back on track in no time.


Car: Declasse Scramjet

  • Type: Super car
  • Price: $4,628,400

Who said cars can't fly? After Hours' Scramjet definitely can, but for a hefty price of almost five million bucks. Its design is heavily borrowed from the Speed Racer anime series, and this car packs a serious punch when it hits the roads.

Besides being extremely fast, it has sensitive handling, so it'll take some time before you get used to it. More than that, it can shoot rockets and jump really high, which may result in some fantastic stunts. 


Vehicle: Pegassi Oppressor Mk II

  • Type: Hoverbike
  • Price: $3,890,250

Here is a modified version of the famous Oppressor bike, which had an original design with wheels, whereas this one is based on gliding and hovering technologies.

The rocket boosters can instantly turn the Mk II into a rocket with a passenger on top. So don't expect it to have terribly precise handling when it comes to acceleration. But if you need to quickly escape, then don't hesitate even for a moment to grab this After Hours vehicle.


Vehicle: Benefactor Terrorbyte

  • Type: Armored command truck
  • Price: $1,375,000

If you're looking for an all-inclusive armored vehicle that can be used for any types of businesses starting from supplies/cargo and finishing with various client jobs, including drug smuggling, and many other illegal activities, then Terrorbyte is the best choice.

On top of that, Terrorbyte contains its own integrated Specialized Workshop, which can be used for fixing and upgrading your Oppressor Mk II and other drones.

This might just be the perfect After Hours vehicle out there since it's so versatile. 


Vehicle: Menacer

  • Type: Armored vehicle
  • Price: $1,775,000

Menacer is basically a more compact version of the Terrorbyte, yet not less dangerous. It is equipped with a turret that is attached to its roof, and it has two hidden peashooters in its very front, which could become a total surprise for anyone who decides to ram it down.

But of course, the biggest advantage of Menacer is its durability. The armor can withstand four consecutive missiles, which is a really big deal if you compare it to other armored vehicles in GTA Online.


Car: Ocelot Swinger

  • Type: Racing car
  • Price: $909,000

Now it's time to look at one of the fastest classic sports cars in the After Hours DLC -- the Swinger. In terms of acceleration it's practically unbeatable, so if you're looking for a new racing car, then you've probably found one just right here.

Sure, there are no fancy mods you can attach to it, but who needs mods when you can take this baby on the road and be the first in the queue.


Car: Stafford 

  • Type: Luxury sedan
  • Price: $1,272,000

Stafford is a classical Rolls-Royce type of car that was first introduced in GTA: San Andreas. Albeit being specifically a civilian car and not intended for any kind of racing, Stafford boasts a considerable acceleration and top speed.

Surely, don't expect it to perform on the level of other fast cars due its heavier weight, but you will definitely make a few heads turn because of its super slick design.

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