Hello everyone I’m Broughy1322 and in this video I’m going to be showcasing the most expensive vehicles in GTA 5 as of the doomsday heist DLC. These are their online full-priced values without any discounts and to put what we’ll see into bit of perspective the most expensive regular supercar is the X80 Proto costing 2.7 million dollars and would fall into 29th place in the overall most expensive list. You can also see positions 6 to 20 in the description but now it’s time for the top 5. The 5th most expensive vehicle in the entire game is the relatively new Tula, setting you back a not insubstantial 5.17 million dollars. The Ruiner 2000 is up next in 4th place costing 5.75 million dollars and being the most expensive car in the game. A small difference for 3rd which is where the RM-10 Bombushka falls at 5.92 million dollars and when you look at the all time list it is interesting to see that the majority of the most expensive vehicles have come with the most recent updates. For second place we actually have the Lazer, because although you can steal this in Fort Zancudo for free Rockstar made it available to purchase for a whopping 6.5 million dollars successfully blending an old vehicle with new pricing methods and making it the second most expensive vehicle in the game. However we have to go all the way back to the Ill-Gotten Gains Part 1 DLC for our number one vehicle which is of course the Luxor Deluxe. This plane will take a huge 10 million GTA dollars away from your in game bank balance and has an equivalent shark card value of 125 US dollars. It’s kind of fitting that both this is at the head of our top 5 list since the DLC in which it was introduced started the trend of the increasing vehicle costs in GTA Online and the Luxor Deluxe is the most clear example of a vehicle being in the game that serves no other purpose than to simply be expensive. If you keep watching you’ll find out how much you’d need to spend in the game overall to own every vehicle, but also feel free to subscribe for more videos like this and let me know down below what you’d like to see next. So, bonus fact time. When the game first released the most expensive car was the Adder at a now seemingly cheap 1 million dollars, with the most expensive
vehicle overall being the Titan costing 2 million dollars. These previously most expensive vehicles in the game would only fall at 102nd and 47th places respectively on the overall list now such has been the rampant inflation of vehicle costs since the Ill-Gotten Gains DLC added our number one vehicle into the game. In the supercars class alone there are now 23 vehicles more expensive than the previously most expensive Adder. With it now being possible to store 120 vehicles in regular garages, 10 bikes in a Clubhouse, 12 vehicles in a Facility, 5 vehicles in a
Bunker, 43 planes & helicopters in a Hangar, 8 special vehicles in a Warehouse, and 31
boats and other vehicles with Pegasus, the total amount of money you can spend on vehicles now is quite high. To simply buy one of each vehicle to fill the aforementioned storage areas would set you back 317 million, 986 thousand, 549 dollars. Which is almost 4000 dollars in Shark
Cards. If you’re dedicated, have the right businesses, and know the game well enough you can theoretically earn up to around 500k per hour, in which case it would take 636 hours of pure playtime focused solely on grinding money to earn enough to buy all vehicles without purchasing Shark Cards. Even if you focused on only grinding money for an hour per day, it would take nearly two years to afford everything. Any time you spend loading the game, buying cars, or dong other less profitable game modes would obviously increase that number. And all of that is without adding the costs to customise or upgrade vehicles or to buy the garages, bunkers, offices, and so on in the first place or buy clothes, weapons, or anything else that this game allows you to spend your money on. GTA 5 was a great game worthy of 60 dollars. I’m not sure GTA Online holds up to that 4 thousand dollar price tag though. So that’s pretty much it for this video. For all the calculations used here check the link to a cost analysis spreadsheet in the description and remember to read the full description for more info, comment with your thoughts like the video if you enjoyed or found it helpful, and subscribe for more. Thank you all so much for watching I really do appreciate it, and I’ll see you next time.