Now, if you don't know (Unless you don't play games), the big thing about Grand Theft Auto is driving. Getting to Point A to Point B is very crucial in this game obviously and some of us (What I meant by "some of us", I meant the majority of us) wants to get to their destination in the fastest way possible and to get their in style, so this list is obviously not meant for literally all of us. The only rule is that these vehicles can't have any unique modifications that other vehicles can't have.
Photo source: https://gta.fandom.com/wiki/Dilettante
This car is obviously inspired by the Toyota Prius, which is a typical GTA thing. Rockstar would base a real car into a car into the game and they will occasionally take one or two cars to create their fictional car. The Toyota Prius isn't bad by any means, in fact the Prius is quite ahead of the electric game compare to others, while the GTA version of the Prius sucks really badly. The car has the lowest top speed in the "compacts" class and the vehicle isn't really great at acceleration either, since this car is front wheel drive and according to broughy1322, the vehicle is the slowest in his famous race track, Cutting Coroners GP. The Dilenttate makes the actual Prius feel like a track weapon in the real world.
Photo source: https://gta.fandom.com/wiki/Regina
Dreary this vehicle is, it looks like something that my family would take me in if I was adopted. The Regina is inspired by the Plymouth Fury Sport Suburban and not only is this thing terrible to look at, this thing is also terrible in the race track and you will look even more hideous when you take it to track. In case you are wondering if the wood trim can be painted, the wood trim can't be painted and that is for the best. Another thing that is disappointing about this vehicle is that if you find one without the luggage or the roof rack (which you can if luck is on your side), the option to put a roof rack or luggage isn't available to purchase, which is very unfortunate, because the Benefactor Panto can have the option for luggage. Shame. But hey if you found one with the luggage on the roof of the vehicle, paint it in a very disgusting shade of green and call it a day.
Photo source: https://gta.fandom.com/wiki/Faggio
Where to begin with this one of a kind motorcycle, I say "one of a kind" because this and the other 2 variants are unique because these are all scooters. Why take a chopper or a sport bike to your destination when you can take the slowest type of motorcycle in the real world and get to your objective when as soon as you arrive to the location, the mission has already finished. Some might argue of this vehicle's incredible handling and to those who said such rubbish statement, I want you to know that this vehicle could barely reach 50 mph, even when fully modified, so if you think this vehicle has great handling, I want you to know about its blisteringly, astonishingly, outstanding lack of acceleration. However, there is an upside to this "motorcycle", since this moped is terrible in everything it wasn't meant to do, the motorcycle is quite cheap, in fact the cheapest motorcycle is this vehicle. So when you have the option of using your personal moped or walking to your objective, just steal a random car. I mean you couldn't climb up Mount. Chilliad STOCK, while other motorcycles can do an inevitable task.
Photo source: https://gta.fandom.com/wiki/Emperor_(car)
On the outside, the car looks cool. The Emperor is clearly based on the 1980s Lincoln Continental, however, since the Lincoln Continental is more towards luxury than performance, the Emperor also follows its real life counterpart. Though you can make the Emperor look visually and temporarily look cool, just put some "lowrider" wheels, give it white walls and tint the windows all the way, but to be fair, why would you pick this vehicle. I can't even start on just how slow this thing is, even with a 8 cylinder engine under the hood and although you can make it more powerful by fulling upgrading the transmission, slapping a turbo, putting race brakes on it and etc, but honestly, pick others in its class.
Photo source: https://gta.fandom.com/wiki/Ingot
In general, the majority of station wagons in this game sucks in terms of performance and looks, and I want to thank this vehicle for making my point more valid. The Vulcar Ingot just looks really bad, honestly it feels like an unloved station wagon from the 1980s that I believe no-one wants. Though the taillights can look a bit appealing, but the majority of style of this car is just plain rubbish. There is a reason why you see disgusting modified versions of this car in player's garage. It is the same reason why there are horrifying looking PT Cruisers on the street.