Annis RE-7B Review: Is It Worth It?

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The GTA Online Weekly Update is now live for the 22nd of April and a new Podium Vehicle has come into the rotation - the Annis RE-7B.

Players can win the Annies RE-7B Podium Vehicle by trying their luck on the Lucky Wheel in the Diamond Casino.

It's also available for purchase if luck isn't on your side - so is it worth it?

Here's our review of the Annis RE-7B in GTA Online.

Annis RE-7B Review

This 2 seater, 6 gear supercar was added on July 12, 2016 as part of The 1.35 Cunning Stunts update in GTA Online

The Annis RE-7B is an endurance race car, meaning it has an above-average top speed and impressive acceleration. rates it an 76.87 overall.

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Where Can I Find The Annis RE-7B?

The Annis can be found at Legendary Motorsport.

Your mechanic will deliver the Annis close to where you are by contacting him with your phone.

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Purchase Price

The Annis will cost you $2,475,000.

Trade Price

The Annis Trade Price is $1,485,000.

Annis In Real Life

The RE-7B is heavily inspired by multiple endurance racing cars, primarily the Nissan R390 GT1 and Mazda 787B, as well as the Aquila CR1 and Memo Rojas BMW.

The headlamps bear a striking resemblance to the headlamp designs on the 2014 Audi R18 e-tron Quattro.

Annis Customisation

Los Santos Customs will offer modifications for this vehicle.

You can get modifications on your Annis in your CEO Office Custom Auto Shop or Arena Workshop if you have bought all the requirements needed to customize this vehicle there.

What Is The Top Speed Of The Annis RE-7B?

The Kanjo's Top Speed (Game Files) is 100.04 mph (161.00 km/h).

However, in-game it has a Top Speed of 123.50 mph (198.75 km/h) in-game.

Is The Annis RE-7B Worth It?

Yes, it's a great endurance car and worth grabbing!


The RE-7B is the king of Super Class Circuit Racing.

It's the fastest around a circuit with the highest top speed and is a much better strategic choice for races due to its slipstream enabled (which allows you not to lose any ground in the straightaways and helps you overtake in the turns).

But, it does struggle to get a faster take-off, partly due to the lack of traction and the weight.

It is also affected by the high wheel spin due to its immense power, which can result in a delay before the RE-7B can get going, therefore being problematic for races. 

Braking is also poor and requires more time to brake from speed.

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