Everything we know about the GTA Omnis
GTA Online has a vehicle for every taste. If you prefer fast sports cars, there is one for you. If you are into racing cars, then look no further than the Omnis in GTA.
The Omnis is a compact rally car, added to the game with the Cunning Stunts update, released in July 2016. The Cunning Stunts update featured a variety of supercars and stunt motorcycles, as well as circuits with rings of fire and other unusual tricks.
While designed for rallies, the GTA V Omnis performs well on pavement. It allows players to do fast maneuvers, something that comes in handy when trying to escape conflicts. Off the road, the Omnis can reach high speeds, but it is not the optimal terrain for it.
This car doesn’t spawn naturally in the game, so players must purchase it at Southern San Andreas Super Autos.
In 2022, it was succeeded by the Obey Omnis e-GT as part of the Criminal Enterprises update.
What is the Omnis in GTA V in real life?
Like all vehicles in GTA V, the Omnis was inspired by real cars. The main inspiration for the Omnis is the Sport Quattro S1 E2 Group B rally car. The car was created by Audi in 1984, in an attempt to be more competitive in the most dangerous class of rally racing.
Other cars that inspired the Omnis are the Toyota 222D, the Fiat 131 Rally and the Alfa Romeo Alfetta GT coupe. There are different variations of the car, like multiple colors and rally decorations. All of these changes are available through Los Santos Customs.
How fast does the Obey Omnis go?
Despite being a rally car, the Obey Omnis performs best on the pavement. It can reach a speed of 124.26 mph. It has an average lap time of 01:07.168.
In comparison with other cars in the game, the Omnis ranks poorly. In the Sports car category, it is 76th behind the Penumbra FF and surpassing the Bufallo. Overall, the Omnis ranks 235 out of 708 cars. If you are interested in this car out of nostalgia because you like rally cars, it is a good option.
How much does Obey Omnis cost?
The Omnis is available at Southern San Andreas Super Autos for $701,000 for the base car. Other modifications sell separately. A 100% armor upgrade will cost an additional $50,000, and a level four EMS Upgrade costs $33,500. A Retro Rally look is available for $45,600.
It is not the most expensive car in the game, but it is not on the cheaper side either. If you are looking to buy this car for racing, there are better options that reach fast speeds and are way cheaper. The Benefactor Schwartzer is an entry-level car that sells for $80,000 with a top speed of 116.99 mph.
Players that purchased the Criminal Enterprise Starter Pack will receive the Omnis for free. The starter pack costs $10 and includes multiple vehicles, properties, clothes, weapons, and $1 million of in-game currency. These packs are a good option for beginners that want to hit the ground running.