Players can win the Dinka Blista Kanjo 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 Blista Kanjo in GTA Online.
Blista Kanjo Review
This 2 seater, 5 gear compact car was added on February 20, 2020 as part of The Diamond Casino Heist update in GTA Online
The Blista Kanjo was initially featured as a mission-only vehicle in the "Getaway Vehicles" preparation and later used as a possible getaway vehicle in the Casino Heist; but was later made available for purchase.
GTAbase.com rates it an 57.87 overall.
Where Can I Find The Blista Kanjo?
The Blista Kanjo can be found at Southern S.A. Super Autos.
Your mechanic will deliver the Kanjo close to where you are by contacting him with your phone.
The Kanjo will cost you $580,000.
The Kanjo's discounted price is $435,000 (Trade Price).
Blista Kanjo In Real Life
The Blista Kanjo is an amalgamation of several 1990's Honda cars.
It is based on the Honda Civic Type R EK9, with the tail lights derived from either Honda Today or Honda Logo.
The front of the car looks like the Honda Integra SJ, while the front bumper features a distinct grille and splitter that can be traced back to the Honda Integra Type R.
Blista Kanjo Customisation
Los Santos Customs will offer modifications for this vehicle.
You can get modifications on your Blista Kanjo 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 Blista Kanjo?
The Kanjo's Top Speed (Game Files) is 86.99 mph (140.00 km/h).
However, in-game it has a Top Speed of 109.25 mph (175.82 km/h) in-game.
Is The Blista Kanjo Worth It?
No, it's not really worth it as a practical car, but more of a collector's item.
Even if you drop $200,000 in upgrades, it still has poor takeoff, handling and feels very clunky.
Its braking is one of the worst in the game so it's not going to take you around corners very well.
It's not a surprise given that it's a compact car and lacks the oomph that a sports car has.