Flying cars and full on plastic surgery hit GTA Online in Import/Export update

GTA Online Import/Export

Do you remember when GTA was just a video game? You’d do a few missions and then quickly get bored, so you’d decide to spend your time driving into people, clipping lampposts on corners and firing off missiles from the top of a building before the cops took you out? You remember that, right?

Like open worlds like GTA? Check out the best sandbox games on PC here.

Those days are long gone. Grand Theft Auto V is more akin to a full scale operating system these days, with expansion after expansion updating the GTA world to play home to a whole host of new game modes. The latest? Import/Export.

An “enterprising extension” according to Rockstar, Import/Export adds to the CEO gameplay introduced with Further Adventures in Finance and Felony back in June. It allows CEOs to ‘steal and deal’ in luxury cars with Vehicle Cargo, while Rockstar has also given the Executive Offices a facelift with the newest Executive Garage housing up to 60 vehicles.

That’s all well and good, but to be perfectly honest, I’m most interested in the flying cars and the trucks pounding through the water depicted in the trailer. If the Formula 1 guys are looking for a way to spice up next season, I’d suggest they could give Rockstar a call.

There are eight new Special Vehicles detailed below, plus two new Super class cars – the Pegassi Tempesta and Ocelot Penetrator:

Special Vehicles

  • BF Ramp Buggy
  • JoBuilt Phantom Edge
  • Karin Technical Aqua
  • Nagasaki Blazer Aqua
  • Brute Armored Boxville
  • MTL Wastelander
  • Imponte Ruiner 2000
  • Coil Rocket Voltic


  • Principe Diablous and Diablous Custom
  • Annis Elegy Retro Custom
  • Pegassi Tempesta
  • Ocelot Penetrator


  • Vehicle Warehouses
  • Executive Garages

Like a cheesy 1980s infomercial, however, it doesn’t end there. Also included is a new adversary mode called Turf Wars, where two to four teams compete for the control of tiles. Rockstar’s also built in new character appearance changes that offer up “the mother of all makeovers” – full scale plastic surgery, it appears – and other more minor changes that you can read about over on the studio’s blog.

Import/Export for GTA Online is live now.