Vice City Cars
Vice City cars comes in different models. Depending on the areas you are in, you will find some very cool cars or old slow ones that barely works. Get to know some of the favorite cars the Vice City characters love to drive.
- Infernus- Money, power and influence is what it takes to gain superiority in Vice City. If you drive around in an Infernus, you have finally made it, unless you stolen the sports car from an unsuspecting driver. The Infernus greatly resembles a Lamborghini with its flashy exterior and high-powered engine that will put you over the speed limit with little effort. The Infernus is one of the best Vice City cars in the game and popular in the Vice Point/Starfish Island area.
- Walton- A Walton is a car that resembles a 1950's Chevrolet truck. It is often found in Viceport. The Walton truck has a very slow pace to it. If you are planning to run from the cops, enemies or on a timed mission, this Vice City car will not do well.
- Stretch- The stretch limousine is perfect for riding in style like the true stars: popular rock band Lovefist, adult film star Candy Suxx or real estate developer Avery Carrington. In Vice City, the Stretch is usually seen during missions or in wealthier areas of Vice City. The Stretch is similar to a Cadillac Deville. It is not a very useful car for running from the cops.
- Sentinel- The BMW7-Series inspired Sentinel is a luxury Vice City Car that seats four people at a time. It is not only one of the top cars located in the car dealership, "Sunshine Autos," but it goes at a extremely fast speed of 140 mph and has great handling .The Sentinel is also great for racing and high speed chases.
- Voodoo- A highly popular car among the Haitian gang in Vice City, the Voodoo greatly resembles a 1960’s Chevrolet Impala with its round taillights and low-rider style. The Voodoo’s engine is above average in terms of speed, thanks to its low body. If you press the horn, the hydraulics automatically makes the car to go upwards, which can hamper its handling skills.
Posted on: Feb. 13, 2011