In GTA 5, the Bravado Banshee resembles a second generation Dodge Viper SR, but has side-pipe exhaust and a shorter roofline, resembling the third generation or fourth generation Dodge Viper ZB. The front fascia loosely resembles the Marcos Mantis, while the taillights resemble those of the Aston Martin DB9. The interior of the car appears to be inspired by the MKIV Toyota Supra’s, with the auxiliary dashboard controls facing the driver. Unlike the real-life Viper’s V10 engine, the in-game Banshee has a 4.9L twin-turbocharged V8, according to the AutoEroticar website, and can be seen in-game if the player inflicts enough damage to cause the hood to open.
Banshees in GTA 5 are present as convertibles with roll bars, as well as hardtops. Similar to its real-life counterpart, the Banshee bears its own logo, resembling a screaming mouth with fangs on the side panels, steering wheel, and upholstery. The standard Bravado logo is used on the front and rear of the car. The Banshee comes in a standard monochromatic paint or with a racing stripe.
In GTA 5 it is possible to accelerate very quickly with the Banshee by double clutching. To do so one must accelerate until they hear the car shift into second gear. The second they hear the car shift they must tap the emergency brake for a split second then instantly hit the accelerator. Doing so can make the car accelerate faster than other top performing supercars including the Entity and the Zentorno.
GTA Online price:
(Los Santos Customs) Cannot be sold
Price $ 90,000.00
Bumpers, Exhaust, Hood, Spoiler, Turbo
Copy of real life vehicle:
- Can be bought for $105,000 from Legendarymotorsport.net in both online and in single player.
- Spawns at the car park at The Richman Hotel in Richman, Los Santos.
- Spawns at the Pipeline Inn in Pacific Bluffs.
- Relatively common around Los Santos, especially Vinewood Hills.