GTA Online Is Putting Us Back In The Drivers Seat

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Jordan Smith

Publish Date:

15 Jul 2021

Next week GTA Online players will soon be able to join an exclusive club, all for the low price of $50,000. We are, of course, talking about GTA$, the in-game currency, and the exclusive club, the Los Santos Car Meet, in the latest free update, Los Santos Tuners.

Los Santos Tuners will bring a Need for Speed Underground vibe to the GTA Community, with tonnes of new customisation options for your cars. These new options will be needed because, as a member of the Los Santos Car Meet, you will gain access to a new community hub, a non-descript warehouse covered in graffiti and filled with cars and good vibes. The update will also include a new progression bar where we can improve our reputation among the tuners. With each level, we will also receive a range of new benefits. The Car Meet will allow you to race around the Test Track, an underground space hidden within the warehouse where you can try out new rides alone or with friends without the risk of running into the law … or pedestrians.

With the paid membership of $50,000, players will also be able to take part in exclusive races and challenges for an opportunity to win “prize rides”. Players will also gain access to a special store filled with merch, a tattoo shop and a modding area, which will be playable in real-time, allowing you to show off customisation options to your friends and bystanders. As you reach a higher level of Rep, you will also be able to create a “private takeover” of the warehouse and customise it to how they want it to look.

Los Santos Tuners will also bring a few new race modes too, with head to heads, 4 player scrambles where we will race for checkpoints, and time trials, which will be filled with up to 30 players, but all contact will be disabled. GTA Online: Los Santos Tuners will release next week on July 20th! Will you be getting into the driver’s seat? Let us know by joining us on Facebook and Twitter below and sharing your thoughts in this article’s comments.

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