The Ocelot Pariah is a sports car featured in GTA 5 Online as part of the Doomsday Heist update. The Ocelot Pariah is a fast vehicle that is also remarkably agile in tight corners. As a result, the next time you’re looking for a new car in GTA Online, make the Ocelot Pariah your top priority.
Ocelot Pariah in Real Life
The car takes prominent influence from the Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato, with a series of mixes from the Ferrari Portofino and Ferrari 812 Superfast, evidently on the headlights and grille. The car’s taillights look to be inspired by the ones found on the 2014 Dodge Viper SRT, which coincidentally makes the rear resemble the Lampadati Furore GT, an in-game Lampadati vehicle.
The car’s front end features a carbon-fiber splitter at the bottom, which spans the whole width, followed by an inset section that is curved and houses a narrow central intake and two larger ones on the outer edges. The area above the inset section is predominated by the main grille, which spans almost the car’s entire width and follows the inset section’s curvature on the lower line. In contrast, the upper line is relatively flat. On the upper section, the car has a small Ocelot emblem on the center and two large housings on the edges, whose upper portions reach the lateral seams of the bonnet and have smaller ducts on top. In contrast, the lower portions are finished in carbon fiber and circular house headlamps. The bonnet itself has a slightly bulged profile on the center and features two black intakes around the middle, which opens to reveal the engine bay, a strut brace, and two black tubes coming from the side ducts, intended for cooling purposes.
The car’s sides are relatively simple and feature a set of exit vents on the front fenders, followed by inset formations passing through the doors, the bulky rear fenders, and the black side skirts. The car has black trim around the windows, on the inner separations, and the A-pillars on the glasshouse area, while the doors have large mirror shells with thin supports near the A-pillars. The roof has a slightly concave portion on the center and a single hatch behind the cabin, with large window glass and the manufacturer’s emblem on end.
The car’s rear is very similar to the Lampadati Furore GT, featuring a square-shaped outline, a concave portion on the upper area, and modern tail lamps on the upper corners. The sides have distinctive grooves/ridges right beside the rear outline, while the lower area is predominated by a large light gray/silver diffuser with meshed vents and dual exhaust tubes on either side, along with a black trapezium-shaped section on the center that holds the license plate. The interior is shared with cars like the Vapid FMJ and the Pegassi Tempesta, having carbon-fiber paddle shifters behind the steering wheel and the Ocelot emblem on the horn cap.
The primary color of the car is applied to the bodywork, while the second one is applied to the outline of the headlamps, the main spokes of the stock rims, and the interior stitching. It uses a unique set of rims, consisting of six main spokes and dual thinner ones between each main spoke, wrapped in low-profile tires.
Ocelot Pariah Performance
The Ocelot Pariah is unrivaled in terms of performance. It outperforms the Elegy RH8, Neo, and Jugular in the Sports class and would be competitive in the Supers class. Despite having what appears to be a huge displacement inline-4 engine, it possesses supercar-level engine power, giving it an extraordinarily high peak speed and acceleration. Its massive power output causes multiple wheelspins off the line and around corners, necessitating a little more throttle control than typical sports cars. The handling is good, although traction loss is common when traveling over bumps. Because of its small weight, it also has limited body roll.
Overall, these traits make the Ocelot Pariah the recommended choice for Sports class races with more straight sections and smoother roads. More technical tracks may call for better handling and cornering ability, in which case the Itali GTO or Comet SR would be a better choice. On especially tight tracks, quickly-accelerating cars like the Imorgon or Neon could outpace the Ocelot Pariah.
Is the Ocelot Pariah the fastest car in GTA 5?
Being the fastest car of GTA 5 and GTA Online, Ocelot Pariah is the best choice for gamers while making a getaway from a heist or owning the racing tracks.
Fully upgraded, the Pariah is nearly certainly the only fastest car in GTA 5 Online. Though Rockstar hasn’t officially commented on the matter, there could be a hint at the name. “Pariah” certainly has negative connotations, but how else would you expect this infamously sardonic developer to denote a car that stands aside from the rest?
Market: Legendary Motorsport
The Pariah’s statistical stock top speed is 110 mph / 177 km/h
Copy of Real Life vehicle:
Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato,
Location in GTA 5 and GTA Online:
It can be purchased on Legendary Motorsport for $1,420,000.