A Banshee Sports Car

The Banshee is front-engine, rear-drive and boasts the deep rumble of 10 cylinders. In Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas it resembles a first-generation '90s Viper RT/10 (more curvilinear design; dual single-exhaust ports, although the Banshee is narrower in width and has a different headlight design), whereas in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories it looks to be a 1980's Corvette C4 (more angular design; dual double-exhaust ports). The '90s Viper RT/10 version is the only top-down convertible that the player cannot jump into without opening the driver door.

In Grand Theft Auto IV, the Banshee resembles a 2003-2006 Dodge Viper Coupe, but with shrunken and differently designed headlights. Despite the real Viper having a V10 engine, the Banshee has a 300ci twin-turbocharged V8 in GTA IV, according to Brucie's website AutoEroticar. The GTA IV version of the Banshee is manufactured by Bravado, the game's rendition of Dodge. The Banshee is also one of the cars requested from Brucie for his Exotic Imports and one for Stevie for his Car Theft Missions. The Banshee's acceleration, speed, and braking are among the best in its class, but this often comes at the expense of handling, especially at high speeds. Surprisingly the Banshee in GTA IV doesn't have side windows, but the alarm will still come on if you open the door. There are different versions and paintjobs on the Banshee in GTA IV. The paintjobs range from plain coloured or coloured ones with a racing stripe in the middle. The racing stripe is often randomly coloured in yellow,grey,or bright orange. Usually Banshee's in GTA IV are in a convertible form with rollbars while some are just hardtop.