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GTA Online: Lowriders brings bouncy cars next week

If there was one thing I loved in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas that was missing in Grand Theft Auto V it was tricking out lowriders, but now they’re bouncing back with the GTA Online: Lowriders update.

The Lowriders update brings with it a brand new customs shop in Strawberry, Los Santos called Benny’s Original Motor Works that’ll be the hub for creating your “high-spec, tricked-out king of the streets” masterpieces. According to Rockstar, you’ll be able to “Deck out your engine block with covers and air filters, coat your interiors with velour, leather and patterns, choose custom colors and designs for your dials, or add a new steering wheel and custom shift levers. Give your ride lift with hydraulics – the more powerful the pumps, the higher you can bounce. And boost your stereo’s performance with new speakers and subs in the back.”

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What good is a slick new ride if you don’t have anyone to bounce with? Good news, you’ll also be able to “meet up with friends and fellow car enthusiasts to show off your new rides – use the Player Interaction Menu while inside or outside the car to open up the vehicle doors, hood and trunk, switch on the engine to flash your neons and bump your favorite radio station for all to admire.”

I can’t wait to blast Backstreet Boys – I Want It That Way out my my low slung ride, can you?

Also coming this update are a few new weapons, a new garage property and a whole heap of new player customization options. You can read all about the update here.

GTA Online: Lowriders drops, bounces and cruises onto PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One 20 October.

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