How To Start GTA Online Los Santos Tuners DLC?

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Rockstar Games has at long last announced the new GTA Online 2021 Summer Update.

The all-new Los Santos Tuners update is coming on July 20 and bringing with it a whole heap of new content to keep fans of the game satisfied until the eventual release of the GTA 5 Expanded & Enhanced Edition later this year.


But not GTA 6, because that's clearly not coming for ages. Despite what GTA 6 Leaks might suggest.

The games next DLC is adding an underground tuner scene to the game, another effortlessly cool addition to the ever-expanding world of GTA Online. But how will players be able to actually begin this new slice of content? Let's find out.

How To Start Los Santos Tuners DLC

With the game's last DLC, the Cayo Perico Heist, players needed to meet Miguel Midrazo in the VIP Nightclub, The Music Locker, underneath The Diamond Casino.

We should discover more on how to start the new Los Santos Tuners DLC the day the update launches (July 20) but we would suspect it's not quite as simple as parking up on the side of the road outside.

Like the Cayo Perico Heist, it's possible players may once again need to initiate a meet and greet somewhere in Los Santos before they're able to walk straight into the all-new LS Car Meet social space.


Once you've gained access to the new space, you'll then be able to enjoy all the Tuners DLC has to offer, including new races and Tuner-based missions.

Where Is The Los Santos Car Meet?

Rockstar Games have only just announced the Los Santos Tuners DLC, so it's hard to give a precise location. We should know for certain on July 20 when the new DLC is launched.


However, we do have a rough location to at least point fans in the right direction. Maybe you want an early look to scout out before the update officially launches. According to Rockstar, you'll find the Los Santos Car Meet by a "non-descript, graffitied warehouse on the edge of town in Cypress Flats".

If that's not specific enough for you, we've also been told that players should "listen close and the sound of engines revving might give it away". Not to mention there is supposedly a makeshift finish line on the road outside.