Grand Theft Auto V Truffade Adder Location: Best Car On GTA V Online ($1,000,000)

Updated on January 28, 2017

Truffade Adder Car Location in Grand Theft Auto Single Player

Where to find Bugatti Veyron in Single Player

In the video game Grand Theft Auto V, it is actually possible to find the best car in the game on single player. The car can not be stolen and kept as a personal vehicle when playing online, however, it can be purchased for $1,000,000 on the game's internet. Once purchased online, it will be sent to your garage and then it can be used as your own vehicle.

The Truffade Adder (Bugatti Veyron) actually spawns in one of the streets in Grand Theft Auto single player. Bugatti Veyron is the real life counter-part of the car in the game known as "Truffade Adder." Truffade Adder is the fastest car in the game and is the most expensive car in GTA Online. The car can be upgraded in both single player and online to become even faster! It is in the "super" car class.

The location of the Adder is in the city of Los Santos on the side of a street, in one particular spot. The car is down the street from Micheal's house near a Ponsonby's store. Sometimes the vehicle will not spawn, but it will eventually. Make sure to check both sides of the road near Ponsonby. If the Adder (Bugatti Veyron) is not there, drive a mile or so away and come back to the area in a few minutes. Repeat this until you find the car.


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Truffade Adder (Bugatti Veyron) Best and Fastest Car in Grand Theft Auto Online

The Adder is an extremely expensive car to buy on Grand Theft Auto Online. It costs $1,000,000 (that's more than the Eclipse Towers Safe House). The Adder is the fastest car in the game, however. This car can be used in street races where the (super class) is enabled. Upgrading the car by installing turbo and various other upgrades can make it even better!

Truffade Adder Stats

Horse-Power: 1100
Top Speed: 250 mph
Acceleration: 0-60 within 3 seconds
Capacity: Two People

Only way to get the Bugatti Veyron is to buy it in GTA Online

Unfortunately, there is no other way to get the Bugatti in GTA Online other than buying it. No player can give it to you and you can not keep really expensive cars stolen off the street as your personal vehicle (if it can even be found on the streets).

Players will have to save up their cash to buy the Bugatti. However, they will be able select it in races to drive, although it will not be a custom car and can not be used in free roam after the race(s).

How To Win Street Races Using Custom Adder

The Adder is already extremely fast, but upgrading it will increase the chances of winning races when using "Super" class cars. Turbo will make the acceleration on the Adder much faster. This will allow you to take off quicker and reach the top speed of the vehicle in a shorter period of time. Engine upgrades can also be put on the vehicle.

Note that engine upgrades and turbo must be unlocked before being able to buy them. There will be a certain number of races required to win before unlocking them. Los Santos Customs will tell you how many more wins you need before unlocking various upgrades.

Bugatti overrated?

While it is true that the Bugatti is the fastest and most expensive vehicle in the game, is it overrated? There are several other cars that are just about as fast and good as the Bugatti. Personally, I prefer the way the Cheetah and Vacca look aesthetically more. What are your thoughts?


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      Michael Nelson 

      4 months ago

      i prefer the Roosevelt. Just kidding but I do like the JB 700 although I don't think you can buy that one in single player.

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      Smelly Arab 

      3 years ago

      I prefer the smart car!


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