The seven best GTA Online casino cars are now fully available in the Diamond Casino and Resort update. We cover how to get them, their prices, and why you want them.

GTA Online Cars Guide: The Best the Casino Has to Offer

The seven best GTA Online casino cars are now fully available in the Diamond Casino and Resort update. We cover how to get them, their prices, and why you want them.
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When you’re playing GTA Online, why settle for second rate? In a game all about style, you want to drive GTA Online‘s best casino cars. There’s no better way to show off how rich and powerful you are than to drive one of the game’s best rides. 

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Since the release of the Diamond Casino and Resort update for GTA Online, Rockstar has been gradually adding new, exclusive cars to the game’s garage. Though this event is finally coming to an end, you can win one of 22 new cars in the casino.

If you don’t want to play in the casino, then you can purchase them at the game’s various vehicle stores, but that will a rather expensive investment. Many of the best cars added to the Diamond Casino and Resort update cost well over $2 million.

Whether you win them or buy them, there’s no doubt you want to know which are the best before taking the plunge. The tips guide below details the price of each car (from most expensive to least expensive), as well as why they’re worth considering. 

GTA Online: Best Casino Cars

Benefactor Krieger

Price: $2,875,000

This supercar is an amalgamation of several different car designs. The Krieger combines elements of the Mercedes-AMG One, the Honda NSX, the Audi R8 LMS GT3, and the Porsche 918 into one slick-looking ride. 

The best part is that it looks great and drives well; it has excellent acceleration and handling, which allows you to start off fast after slowing down. It holds well on both highways and in off-road conditions, though thick mud and heavy dirt roads don’t treat it well. 

It’s also adept at quickly accelerating uphill. Combine that with its ability to drive in many of the game’s environments, and it’s almost the perfect supercar. Just be sure to keep your break hand at the ready. The Krieger can go a little too fast for some areas. 

Progen Emerus

Price: $2,750,000

The Progen Emerus is another hybrid supercar that mainly combines elements of the McLaren brand, such as the McLaren Senna, the Senna GTR, the McLaren Speedtail, and the McLaren P1 GTR. However, the front of the car looks very much like the Ferrari FXX-K.

The Emerus is just as fast as the Krieger, but that’s where the similarities end. Though it’s still one of the fastest cars in the game, which is great for racing, it does not handle well. If you need to get somewhere unharmed, this car’s handling will make things difficult. 

Annis S80RR

Price: $2,575,000

The design of the Annis S80RR is quite unusual for a racing car. It combines elements of several unrelated vehicles, such as the Nissan R90C, the Jaguar XJR-9, and the RE-7B, the latter of which is an interesting choice since it’s not even a racing car. 

The looks don’t necessarily matter, though, as this rear-wheel-drive car is made for races. It has fantastic steering, which allows you to take on even the most dangerously sharp turns. This means that you can choose to participate in races with tight tracks; against the competition, this car puts you in the lead position as soon as the rubber hits the road. 

Truffade Thrax

Price: $2,325,000

The Truffade Thrax isn’t made for racing, but that doesn’t mean it can’t keep up with the competition. Primarily based on two models of Bugatti, the Divo and the Chiron, it’s only distinctive feature is the rear, which seems to originate from the Italdesign Zerouno.

Although the Thrax is primarily made for swindling and escaping during rush hour in San Andreas, it can produce fantastic results in races as well. That’s because of its excellent acceleration

The biggest downside to the Thrax is that it’s not durable. One too many bumps will send this vehicle to the wrecking yard. 

Pegassi Zorrusso

Price: $1,925,000

The Pegassi Zorrusso is inspired by the same two models that make up the Truffade Thrax. The only exception is the front, which is a clear nod to the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ.

This cabriolet is similar in function to the Benefactor Krieger. Its stats are a bit lower than the Krieger, but the payoff is that it’s almost $1 million cheaper than the Krieger. That’s something to heavily consider when making your decision. 

To sweeten the pot, you can always upgrade it with an additional pair of turbochargers with the help of Street Set Up mod.

Vysser Neo

Price: $1,875,000

The Vysser Neo is a typical concept sports car that is clearly inspired by Maserati. In this case, we’re talking about two specific models: the Maserati 3200 GT and the Maserati GranTurismo.

The distinctive feature of the Neo is its improved suspension. You can take it down some really bad thoroughfares and it will still gallop like a sturdy steed. Though it bounces a tad more than most drivers will like, it also provides powerful stabilization and grip.

Ocelot Locust

Price: $1,625,000

The Ocelot Locust is the only car on the list that does not include may disparate car designs — except for one. The Ocelot Locust is a pure homage to the 1960s Lotus Seven open-top sports car.

Although the Locust looks amazing, its “thin” design presents a pretty dangerous scenario when driving through the streets of San Andreas. The driver can be easily shot while driving, and there is no way to protect oneself from gunfire — unless you run away. 

But it still has respectable speed and acceleration, which may serve you well while racing.

That’s it for the best GTA Online casino cars in the Diamond Casino and Resort update. For more GTA Online guides, check out the list below:

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