Infernus Car

In Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto:Liberty City Stories, it resembles a Vector M12. In Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, it closely resembles a Lamborghini Countach, but it lacks the characteristic scissor doors. Although it seems to be mid-engined, the engine is visible under the front hood, possibly due to limitations of the GTA III and Vice City game engines. In Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, it resembles a Honda/Acura NSX, most likely the Acura model because it was exported in North America. The Grand Theft Auto IV rendition is an amalgamation of the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640, with the body shape of the Lamborghini Diablo SV, and the rear end obviously inspired by the Pagani Zonda.

In GTA IV, an Infernus is given to the player as a reward after completing all of Bernie Crane's missions, and it is important that the player must keep it at the yellow box to store it. Otherwise, it will never be seen driving around again, ruining your opportunity.

The Infernus is extremely fast, but is susceptible to damage from high-speed impacts. Even impacts which do little damage can eject the driver through the windshield. Its handling remains similar between GTA III and Vice City, but in San Andreas, although it is the fastest car of the game,(proven by game's data files, top speed 240 km/h), its cornering skills decrease considerably. It is also one of the fastest cars in GTA IV, and a good racing car, but is not as fast as the Comet. According to game's data files, it has a top speed of 336 km/h (208 mph). If you are driving backwards, the Infernus will very easily turn with the smallest movement on the joystick. This can be useful after losing control of the vehicle.

Tests proove that the Infurnas is the fastest vehicle in Grand Thft Auto: San Andreas by reaching a maximum sped of around 170MPH.