The Lampadati Pigalle is a 2-door vintage luxury coupe featured in the I’m Not a Hipster Update for GTA 5 and GTA Online. The Pigalle has some esthetic features of the Maserati Merak and Ghibli I.
The Lampadati Pigalle is based on the European styling of the Maserati Merak and Ghibli I, while its front fascia, headlights and hood design are derived from the Citroën SM. Its rear fascia most closely resembles that of the Ghibli I. The greenhouse and overall body shape and design resembles that of the Alpine A310. It is presumed that the Pigalle was manufactured some time between 1970 and 1980 as it features yellow headlights, a feature common on French vehicles at the time. Unlike other vehicles, the Lampadati Pigalle has a unique European license plate.
The Lampadati Pigalle is a front engined, front wheel drive vehicle, as a result it often lends itself to regular understeer, but still otherwise has the best traction in its class. Being powered by a small V6 engine, acceleration is good, getting to 60 mph in the 6-second range. Speed is also acceptable, with its top speed being in the 190 mph range. Braking is strong, being the best of the Sport Classics. Handling is excellent, thanks to good weight distribution and low center of gravity.
Overall, for the Sport-Classics class, the Lampadati Pigalle could be considered on the opposite scale performance wise of the Invetero Coquette Classic and Pegassi Monroe, where as the Coquette has the best acceleration and speed, the Pigalle has the best braking and traction. Due precisely of these traits, this vehicle could get the best of Los Santos Customs’ upgrades, as most of them are mainly focused in acceleration. If turbo is installed on the Pigalle, it will feature compressor surges (creating a fluttering “whistle” sound) rather than a blow-off valve (which creates a distinct “hiss” sound when letting off the accelerator). This also occurs with the Vulcar Warrener.
The Lampadati Pigalle has no conventional high-beam headlights. When high-beams are selected, the lights remain at their normal brightness, and the two fog lamps under the bumper illuminate. Like the Truffade Adder, the Lampadati Pigalle wears a euro-style license plate of letterbox proportions. Unlike the Adder, however, the Pigalle does not have a ‘Plate’ category in its available mods. The Pigalle’s plate is not a San Andreas state plate. Also, the left end of the plate features a blue and yellow sticker with ‘Lampadati‘ script and the image of a peacock.
The Lampadati Pigalle has 15 mod categories. Among the more interesting mods is the ‘Rat-Hood’, which has faded paint and rust. The Rat-Hood can be had with or without a Bra. Another mod is the ‘Alpine Roof Rack’ which features two pairs of skis.
GTA 5 Car: Lampadati Pigalle Detailed Info and Location
Brakes, Exhaust, Suspension, Roof, Spoiler, Armor, Turbo etc
Copy of Real Life vehicle:
Maserati Merak, Ghibli I
Lampadati Pigalle Location in GTA 5:
- Appears in the player’s garage in single player (Xbox 360/PS3).
- Commonly appears in traffic (enhanced version).
- Appears during the mission Time to Get Away. However, it is unobtainable outside of the mission.
- In GTA Online, the Lampadati Pigalle is available at Southernsanandreassuperautos.com for $400,000.