Like the name implies, Grand Theft Auto is vehicle theft, and a GTA game wouldn't be a GTA game if it wasn't for the cars you can steal.
Thanks to the announcement trailer of Grand Theft Auto V, we have some idea of the cars we'll have a chance to drive, many of which are returning from the previous games.
While some of the vehicles are the same as the ones we've seen in GTA IV, all of them will undoubtedly be updated with better graphics and controls. There are absolutely no details on how well these vehicles will handle in-game, but expect Rockstar to bring some huge changes to the game.
In this article, we'll take a look at some of the cars that are more or less confirmed to appear in Grand Theft Auto V.
In future articles, we'll cover 4WDs and pickups, airplanes, and an assortment of other vehicles once the information becomes available.
Expect this list to be updated as Rockstar reveals more about Grand Theft Auto V.
Resembling a cross between a Ferrari California and a Nissan 350z, this sportscar appears to be one of the faster models in the game.
This vehicle resembles a BMW E93 M3 and is thought to be an Ubermacht model in the game.
This black coupe resembles an Audi R8 Spyder
Vapid Police Cruiser
The Vapid Police Cruiser makes a return in GTA V.
Briefly seen in the trailer, this vehicle looks a lot like a 1970s Pontiac TransAm.
Unnamed Bentley Continental GT
This vehicle shares a huge resemblance to the Bentley Continental GT.
The Premier can be seen on the right, alongside the Landstalker on the left.
The Schafter from the Ballad of Gay Tony appears poised to make a return. It's based on the Mercedes-Benz S-Class.