The Vigero in is a two-seater muscle car in GTA V, manufactured by Declasse. It belongs to the Muscle vehicle class in the game and can be purchased from the Southern San Andreas Super Autos site for $21,000 as well as found in the southern area of Los Santos in the territory of the Los Santos Vagos.
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The Vigero in GTA V draws heavy inspiration from the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, featuring design elements such as the front bumper, cowls, induction hoods, wheel wells, and boxy rear. However, it incorporates softer lines and a less pointed grille, taking cues from the 1st Gen Pontiac Firebird and Mk1 Toyota Celica.
Badging details like "Vigero by Declasse" on the grille and rear, and "Super Sport '' on the sides pay homage to Chevrolet's Camaro and SS performance branding.
The car's rear and front fenders proudly display "VL1'' badging, reminiscent of Chevrolet's ZL1 engine model. Notably, the Vigero also incorporates front-fender mirrors, a design typically found on Japanese cars from the 1960s and 1970s.
The front of the vehicle showcases dual open sections, a small silver/chrome bumper, a rectangle-shaped grille, and circular headlights housed in black with silver/chrome accents.
The sides feature slight flare on the arches, silver/chrome details at the bottom, and circular rear-view mirrors mounted on the front fenders. The cabin is straightforward with silver/chrome trim, and a radio antenna is visible on the driver side of the trunk area.
At the rear, there's a black panel with a silver/chrome horizontal divider, separating the upper main/brake lights from the lower turn/reverse lights. A flat silver/chrome bumper and dual exhaust pipes complete the lower section.
The Vigero remains a potent muscle car, but its increased engine power makes it more prone to spin-outs compared to its GTA IV counterpart. It delivers impressive acceleration, sacrificing some of its top speed in the process.
Under the hood, it houses a single-cam V8 engine paired with a 5-speed gearbox, following a front engine, rear-wheel-drive configuration. The engine produces a distinctively loud and high-revving sound, shared with other vehicles like the Dominator and Ruiner.
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Dual Exit Exhaust
Ram Air Hood
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This vehicle does not appear in any missions of GTA V.
Can be purchased from the Southern San Andreas Super Autos site for $21,000.
Sometimes spotted driven around or parked in the southern area of Los Santos in the territory of the Los Santos Vagos.
A Vigero stars in the music video for Gorillaz - The Valley of the Pagans, where the band's car, "Stylo" is transformed into "Pagan" and is converted from a '69 Camaro to a Vigero when the band enter Grand Theft Auto V.
In GTA IV, the beater variant of the Vigero has seats that bear the text "Imponte" on the headrests, even though the manufacturer of the Vigero is Declasse.
In Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online, the default radio stations are grouped by genre. The Vigero uses the "Punk" group which plays Channel X.