GTA Online Emperor Vectre Review: Is It Worth Buying?

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A new event week has just started in GTA Online and a quick look at the new weekly update tells us there's plenty of new bonuses for players. That also means more money to spend and new vehicles to unlock or purchase.

For the sake of this page, we're going to take a look at the Emperor Vectre. This isn't a new Podium Car or Prize Ride, but simply a new car added as part of the drip-feed of content from the Los Santos Tuners DLC.


Naturally, some GTA Online fans could be wondering if this car is worth buying, hence this quick review.

So, without further ado, here’s everything you need to know about the hot new sports car coasting around San Andreas and if it’s worth getting for your GTA Online car collection.

Emperor Vectre Review

The Emperor Vectre was released in August 2021 as part of the Los Santos Tuners update and is compared to a "supermodel with a mean 100m sprint", according to Legendary Motorsport.

Having only just launched let's not give the car a scored review just yet, but let’s continue to break down the vehicle, its stats and whether it’s worth purchasing.

The good thing is that you can test drive the vehicle on the Test Track as part of the Los Santos Tuners update this week.

Where Can I Buy The Emperor Vectre?

Currently, GTA Online players can get the Emperor Vectre at the Legendary Motorsport location. Although as this is a new car added with the Los Santos Tuners update, it could also be made available as a prize ride vehicle in the future.

For those wondering, yes you can also customise the Vectre at Los Santos Customs and the LS Car Meet Mod Shop.

Screenshot from GTA Online showing the Emperor Vectre vehicle in dark grey with the doors, hood, and boot open.

Emperor Vectre Price (Buy & Sell)

Purchase Price

Whether it’s GTA 5 or GTA Online, Emperor Vectre will cost you $1,785,000.


Trade Price

The Trade price in GTA Online allows players to buy a car for much cheaper than its normal cost, but you have to complete an objective first.

Anyone who wants to buy the Emperor Vectre at trade price will only have to pay $1,338,750.

Selling Price

We'll find out how much the car will earn you if you sell one very soon!

Emperor Vectre In Real Life

Rockstar Games based the Emperor Vectre on the Lexus RC F, at least for the most part.


What Is The Top Speed Of The Emperor Vectre?

Fans interested in taking the Emperor Vectre for a spin will be interested to know that the car’s top speed on the game files is an impressive 92.3mph (148.5.75kmh).

The actual in-game speed for the Emperor Vectre has yet to be tested, but should be known in the next 24 hours after it's been tested on the track more thoroughly.

Is The Emperor Vectre Worth It?

If you've got the cash, the Vectre offers a V8 engine in a weighty, but powerful vehicle. It's also a tight steer, meaning you'll want to be confident in your cornering abilities.

It's powerful, but that power needs to be harnessed – so be prepared to spend some money on repairs while you get to grips with it.

If you have the cash to splash - and let's face it, players can earn plenty of money with the new daily exotic exports car list - we reckon it's at least worth a look.