GTA V and its Online version have been around for quite a while now. The ability to buy different vehicles and customize them keeps the players entertained. You can buy different cars, boats, trucks, vans, airplanes, and jets.
Pegassi Oppressor, BF Dune FAV, HVY Barrage, Declasse Weaponized Tampa, Imponte Deluxo, Ocelot Ardent, Annis Sevestram, and many more vehicles can be modified, including the Vigilante, even in the Mobile Operation Centre.
In this article, we will go through what Mobile Operations Centre is and what vehicles can be modified in detail.
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What Is Mobile Operations Centre In GTA?
The Pegasus Mobile Operations Center, also known as the MOC, is a utility vehicle that the Grand Theft Auto Online player can use as a base of operations. The car is more than just a large utility truck equipped with weapons.
The Mobile Operations Center can be bought for $2,790,000 or $1,225,000 (Trade Price) from Warstock Cache and Carry. Before purchasing the MOC, the user must first own a Bunker.
A MOC is an expansion to the Gunrunning industry that includes more missions and gives players more options for customizing their inventory of armored vehicles.
What Vehicles Can Be Modified In Mobile Operations Centre?
Some players might wonder what cars are customizable or modifiable in the Mobile Operations Centre. Don’t worry we have the answer to that question:
- Pegassi Oppressor
- BF Dune FAV
- HVY Barrage
- Declasse Weaponized Tampa
- Imponte Deluxo
- Ocelot Ardent
- Annis Sevestram
- Übermacht Revolter
- Pfister Comet Safari
- Lampadati Viseris
- Ocelot Stromberg
- Grotti Vigilante
- Karin Technical
- Karin technical Custom
- Vapid Caracara
- HVY Nightshark
- HVY Insurgent Pick-Up
- HVY Insurgent Pick-Up Custom
- Bravado Half-track
- HVY APC
- Declasse Scramjet
- HVY Menacer
- Enu Paragon R (Armored)
What Can The Mobile Operations Centre Be Used For?
Players who own a GTA Online MOC have access to various cars that can be equipped with weapons, allowing them to go full Twisted Metal or Mad Max on the road and possibly even engage other players if they so choose.
To send the MOC, ask the mechanic (to the nearest point).
Grand Theft Auto Online’s Gunrunning update includes the Pegassi Oppressor custom racing bike. The Oppressor is based on Street Hawk, a modified Honda XR 500 motorbike, with some ENV styling.
BF Dune FAV
The BF Dune FAV (Fast Attack Vehicle) is an armed variant of the Dune Buggy featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the Gunrunning update.
The buggy appears to take strong inspirations from the Desert Patrol Vehicle (formerly known as the “Fast Attack Vehicle”), although with a standard cabin instead of having a rear section for the rear gunner.
The HVY Barrage is a weaponized ATV featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of The Doomsday Heist update. The Barrage is based on the HDT Storm SRTV (Search & Rescue Tactical Vehicle) for the overall design and purpose.
However, its size and functionality leans more toward the HDT Sword ITV (Internally Transportable Vehicle), as it can be transported internally by a V-22 Osprey (whose GTA equivalent is the Avenger).
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Declasse Weaponized Tampa
The Gunrunning update adds the two-door power car Declasse Weaponized Tampa to Grand Theft Auto Online. The armed Tampa has a roof-mounted Minigun. Roadkill, a weaponized power car from Twisted Metal, inspired the idea.
Roadkill resembled Interstate 76’s lead vehicle, a weaponized muscle car with a roof-mounted machine gun.
The Doomsday Heist update adds the Deluxo racing car to Vice City, Vice City Stories, and GTA Online. Imponte manufactures it in HD Universe.
The Deluxo is based on the DeLorean DMC-12, but it has different tail lights, headlights, and body shape, and a wider range of body hues. The Deluxo has a front-engine, all-wheel-drive powertrain like the 1980-91 Audi Quattro. The shape resembles the 1990-94 Volkswagen Corrado.
The Ocelot Ardent is a classic two-door coupé featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the Gunrunning update, released on August 22nd, 2017, during the Ardent Week event. The vehicle resembles the Lotus Esprit, particularly the Turbo SE/Sport 300, given the front-end proportions, pop-up headlamps, and fenders.
The angular shapes around the rear quarter windows seem to be reminiscent of earlier generations of the Esprit. The front bumper, as well as the bonnet, seems to be inspired by the TVR 400SE. The side skirts bear resemblance to the ones found on the first generation Toyota MR2.
Its tail lamps are similar to those of the BMW 3 Series (E30).
Grand Theft Auto Online’s Doomsday Heist update launched the Annis Savestra, a 2-door sports car, on January 2, 2018, during Savestra Week.
The Savestra is a compact 2-door coupe heavily based on the Series II-III Mazda Savanna/RX3 with influences from other mid-1970s Japanese coupes like the Nissan Skyline C110 (front grille), 1972-1974 Mitsubishi Galant GTO (GS-R) (rear), and 1970-1974 Toyota Corolla Coupe (Levin & Trueno) (middle section) and 1973 Toyota Celica liftback 2000 GT headlights.
The Übermacht Revolter is a luxury 4-door sports sedan in Grand Theft Auto Online’s Doomsday Heist update, launched on January 23, 2018, during Revolter Week.
The side profile, greenhouse, and rear lights of the Revolter are based on the Cadillac Escala Concept and BMW 8 Series Gran Coupé Concept. Audi TT Mk3 headlamps are similar.
Pfister Comet Safari
The Doomsday Heist update adds the unique off-road Pfister Comet Safari to Grand Theft Auto Online. The Leh Keen “Safari” 911, a highly modified 1978-1989 Porsche 911, inspired the Comet Safari. Its shape resembles a Porsche 953.
Lastly, The Grotti Vigilante is a custom weaponized vehicle in Grand Theft Auto Online’s Smuggler’s Run update, launched on October 31, 2017, during the Anniversary Specials 2017 and Halloween Specials events.
The 2-door Vigilante is based on the 1989 Batman movie’s Tumbler (which was itself built on a stretched Chevrolet Impala chassis). The “Tumbler” Batmobile from Batman Begins inspired the vehicle’s back.
The purpose of the article was to tell you which cars are exactly modifiable in the Mobile Operations Centre and give you a brief description of some cars. Some players would have been having difficulty figuring out which cars are modifiable.
The Mobile Operations Centre allows a variety of 22 cars to be modified. All these cars can be found in Los Santos. You can buy these vehicles from Luxury Auto Showrooms or Eyefind, OR you can just…steal them…