This military-looking offroader is based on a 60′s Kaiser Jeep M715, and probably named after Patrick Swayze’s char-acter in the movie ‘Point Break’.
The golf cart looks unchang- ed from the version we saw in TBoGT.
The Cheetah, despite appearing in GTA3, Vice City and San Andreas, was missed in GTA4. This screenshot of the Cheetah was released on August 20, 2012.
The Cognoscenti from IV might have been recast as a sportier Bentley Continental GT shooting-brake.
Though too blurry to be sure, this small vehicle looks a lot like a Toyota iQ.
The Emperor first appeared as a 90s-era sedan in San Andreas. An earlier 70s version was introduced in GTA4, and is to appear a second time in GTAV.
The convertible Feltzer’s triangular rearlights are an easy giveaway – making this its second appearance in a GTA game.
Another GTA4 vehicle, the Futo is a well-balanced Japanese compact.
The Habanero from GTA4 seems to be making another appearance.
Looking more like a regular Range Rover, this is probably the unsporty version of the Huntley Sport we know from IV.
The Landstalker has appeared in every GTA since the third, and seems to be unchanged from its most recent design from GTA4.
Looking very similar to its counterpart from IV.
The Mesa Grande is a Jeep Wrangler knock-off that appeared in Vice City and San Andreas, and seems to be featured here for the third time.
The Peyote makes a return from IV, most likely with an operational soft top, like Franklin’s Dewbauchee in the first trailer.
This looks a lot like the Phoenix from Vice City and San Andreas – a Trans Am lookalike.
Very clearly the Premier as it appeared in GTA4, after its original incarnation in San Andreas.
The Oracle from GTA4 was heavily influenced by the BMW 5-Series. This car, though different to the original Oracle, looks a lot like a large BMW sedan.
This convertible shares some design traits with the BMW 3-Series, which traditionally has been the job of the Sentinel. Seems to sport a folding hardtop.
This vehicle is undoubtedly the same shape and design as the Serrano from TBoGT.
New Sports Car
The red convertible Dewbauchee Franklin drives in the first trailer.
This SUV is not recognisable as anything from any previous GTA, but some have pointed out its similarities to the Infiniti FX.
First seen in San Andreas, the Tornado was based on the Chevrolet Bel Air.
The Comet from GTA IV is returning. In this screenshot the Comet has a spoiler placed on it.
It looks like the Patriot from GTA IV is returning for a second time.
New Sports Car
Similar to a Lotus Elise/Evora hybrid, this car will probably be a hoot to drive.
A fancy mix of classic and modern Mustang, this car might be named after the Hellenbach from CTW.
The Cavalcade from GTA IV is returning.
The Diletantte which made an apperance in GTA IV and its episodes is returning.
Some cars are just in the game to make the super cars we all love to drive feel faster. The Ingot returns from IV.
Another vehicle is returning to GTA V, the Regina. It has appeared in many GTA’s and is a 4-door station wagon.
The Intruder vehicle which had first appeared in San Andreas and then GTA IV is returning in GTA V.
Spacious, and slightly wobbly. Seems to be based on an old Chevy Step Van. Might be the return of the Rumpo?
The Sabre GT which is a muscle car has appeared in previous GTA games. This Sabre GT rendition looks to be the one from GTA IV.
The curvaceous old Tow Truck is with us yet again, hopefully with the ability to actually tow shit, contrary to its old self from TLaD.
The BF Injection makes a return, this time as a rendition of a Baja Bug.
A generic minivan will be returning in GTA V.
Looks like a new hatchback vehicle will be making an appearance in GTA V.
In the background, partially obstructed by Chop, we see a double-cab pickup truck not unlike a Ford F-150.
A second Sedan and a possible new iteration of the vehicle will be appearing in GTA V.
A third Sedan and a possible new iteration of the vehicle will be appearing in GTA V.
A fourth Sedan and a possible new iteration of the vehicle will be appearing in GTA V.
An unnamed sports car which has a close resemblance to the Ferrari Testarossa appears to be in GTA V.
An unnamed sports car which has a close resemblance to a Ferrari and or Aston Martin car.
An unnamed sports car which resembles a BMW model or specifically the Fisker Sunset for the bonnet and fenders.
An unnamed sports car which will appear in GTA V.
An unnamed SUV car which will appear in GTA V.
The vehicle that first appeared in GTA: Vice City is coming back to GTA V once more!
A lorry that has appeared in numerous GTA’s will be coming back in GTA V.
A Classic car that appears to have an uncanny resemblance to an Aston Martin DB5.
A luxurious car that is based off of the Audi R8 Spyder and is also Franklin’s personal vehicle.
An old banger, probably based on a ’54 Dodge Power Wagon.
An off-road vehicle which is capable of being driven on sand, muddy areas and for general off-road use.
The first camper van that appeared in a GTA game was in San Andreas. A fitting suit for GTA V since it’s being set in Los Santos.
This nifty sports car first seen in TBoGT returns.
A modern looking SUV similar to a newer Jeep Grand Cherokee, with some Range Rover Evoque mixed in.
The Infernus as we know it from IV, except for those fancy new rims.
Sporting the typical color scheme of a Los Angeles taxi, yellow and blue.
Seen behind the propeller of Trevor’s Cuban 800 in Trailer 2, bearing the logo of the Angles of Death, in the black and red combo they favour so much.
Even pixelated and blurry, it does look a lot like the ’63 Chevy Impala that the Savanna from SA was based on. How low does it go?
It’s easier to see when it’s on the move, but that’s definitely a bed behind the cabin. Given the other dimensions, it has to be based on an El Camino. First seen in SA.