Since 2013, gamers have gotten lost in the freedom of Grand Theft Auto 5. Arguably, the game's driving and transport is its most entertaining part.
Rockstar's title features a pool of 650 controllable vehicles including supercars, motorcycles, compacts and much more, letting you take them for a spin on developer or community-created race tracks and challenges.
Best of all, you can be as safe or reckless as you like, no matter what you're getting behind.
With 337 exclusive online cars to choose from, the anticipation of seeing which cars gamers in your party selected for each race adds an extra element to the racing section of the challenge-filled game. Since the days of the Adder and Zentorno, GTA's supercars have developed into some scarily quick selections available today, almost seven years since we first drove along the tarmac.
With a score out of 100 for speed, acceleration, braking and handling, the statistical attributes for each car can be averaged to determine an overall rating.
With this in mind, these are the best cars available in GTA Online.
10. Progen Tyrus
Overall Score: 77.51
Coming in at number 10 is the Progen Tyrus, a two-door endurance racing car. Introduced in 2016's Cunning Stunts update, the Tyrus scores a 77.51 average across its four vehicle statistics.
For $2,550,000 players can take home the supercar, which is capable of achieving up to 123.50 mph. Along with some solid speed, the Tyrus' real strengths come by way of its acceleration (92.75) and its handling (90.90).
The car is described in game as a "...road-legal confidence booster for the wealthy..." and its price reflects that. You certainly won't be driving around in the Tyrus with a job at Los Santos' local supermarket...
With clear influence from the Saleen S7R, Mosler MT900R and McLaren F1 GTR Longtail, the Tyrus' performance is impressive, largely thanks to its combination of high speed and supreme grip. Despite its tendency to oversteer around corners and backfire when decelerating, the Tyrus represents a steady choice for racers and gamers alike. Its name is also the latin translation of the city of Tyre in Lebanon.
(I'm not sure how this helps but having a name relating to a car-part seems like a good sign.)