The Dewbauchee Massacro is a two door grand tourer that appears in GTA V.


The Massacro is heavily based on 2nd generation Aston Martin Vanquish. The upper front bumper duct is similar to the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray C7. The bonnet scoop and the headlamps are inspired by the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. The rear end shows some resemblance to the Ferrari 360 and the Ferrari F430.


The Massacro is a fast, agile vehicle. It is capable of reaching high acceleration while also maintaining good handling. When it is drag racing with most sports cars, this is best choice for the players to do highway runs due to having the highest top speed in the "Sports" car class.


  • Available in every garage for all the protagonists in single player.
  • Can be purchased from for $275,000 in GTA Online.


  • The default radio stations for the Massacro is:

GTA V: Non Stop Pop FM.

  • The name Massacro is Italian for massacre, a word related to vanquish, which is the name of the Aston Martin model the car is based on.
  • Given that the Massacro is based off the new Vanquish, it makes it likely at the higher end of the current Dewbauchee range, above the Rapid GT, which is based off the Aston Martin V8 Vantage (Vantage Volante for the convertible version), and replaces the Super GT, which is based off the Aston Martin DBS, just as the Vanquish replaces the DBS in real life.
  • Along with the Rapid GT, this is the second car in the GTA series to feature CF-back lighting.

With the correct modifications, the Massacro can be made to look like the Aston Martin Vantage GT3. The Massacro has a similar rear end to the Rapid GT and Exemplar, albeit with a different exhaust configuration and a more pronounced rear lip spoiler.

  • The Massacro is the second car to have its manufacturer's name on a spoiler of the car, likely for use in motorsport, the first being the Jester.
  • It has the same wheel design as the Obey Tailgater.
  • The first images introducing the Massacro has the vehicle with customizations on, like the vented hood.
  • Unlike it's real life counterpart, the Massacro uses a manual transmission instead of the automatic transmission which is standard on its real life counterpart, the Aston Martin Vanquish.
  • The Massacro has Daytime Running Lights, but unlike any other car that has it, it's turned off.


Dewbauchee Massacro-Front

Front view of the car.