Truffade Adder

The Truffade Adder car looks a lot like the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport. You can see it in the overall shape, the windows, the back part, and the roof.

The design is also influenced by the Bugatti Super Veyron concept from, especially in the side view and some parts of the front and back. The front air intakes and grille are similar to those on the Audi TT Mk2 RS.

The headlights have a shape somewhat like the Saturn Curve, but the arrangement is closer to the original Veyron. The backlights are inspired by typical Aston Martins, like the ones on the 2005 Aston Martin Vantage, with a flattened C shape.

Truffade Adder Design

The Adder has a robust design with aerodynamic features. The front features large ducts, a wide curved grille with circular headlamps, and chrome trims. The sides are curved, with mesh intakes and flared wheel arches.

The roof has carbon-fiber ducts, and the rear has C-shaped lights, a brake light strip, and D-shaped air ducts. The interior has “Super GT” textures with Truffade logos.

It can be painted in primary and secondary colors with unique rims. While it looks like it has a pop-up spoiler, it doesn’t actually have one.

Truffade Adder Performance

The Adder is a powerful car with a strong engine that makes it one of the fastest in a straight line. However, it’s not great at turning corners because it tends to understeer. Without a spoiler upgrade, it’s even harder to handle. The car takes a while to accelerate, so it can’t keep up with most other supercars in that aspect. Thankfully, the Adder has all-wheel drive (AWD), which helps it start quickly and stay stable at high speeds.

The car’s big and sturdy design is good for crashes, but it doesn’t deform quickly. Sometimes, the wheels might lock up or tilt outward when you crash. The front of the car tends to slide or bounce off other cars when you’re going fast.

The Adder’s default top speed is 115 mph / 186 km/h. With engine upgrades, it can reach higher speeds:

  • EMS Engine Upgrade 1: 117 mph / 188 km/h
  • EMS Engine Upgrade 2: 118 mph / 190 km/h
  • EMS Engine Upgrade 3: 119 mph / 193 km/h
  • EMS Engine Upgrade 4: 121 mph / 194 km/h
    Fully upgraded, the car can go just under 125 mph on flat roads. While it used to be the fastest, now it’s surpassed by many other supercars like the FMJ, Visione, and Tezeract, up to the Banshee 900R, Deveste Eight, and 811.

The Adder has a unique design with two engine covers inspired by the 9F, creating the look of a W16 engine. The engine is connected to a 6-speed gearbox and is placed in the middle of the car, with all-wheel drive for good takeoff and traction. The engine sounds like the 9F, with a high-revving sound and muffled exhaust. The website initially claimed it had an 8-liter engine pushing 1100 bhp, giving it a top speed of 250 mph. However, an updated version of the website states it can only reach up to 215 mph. In the game, the Adder can’t reach either of these speeds under normal conditions.

How to Get Truffade Adder in GTA 5 Story Mode?

In GTA 5 story mode, you can get the Truffade Adder in two reliable ways:

  1. Look for it frequently in front of Sessanta Nove at Portola Drive in Rockford Hills.
  2. At the beginning of the “I Fought the Law” mission, you can disrupt the mission before walking into the mission marker to obtain the Adder.

If you’re having trouble finding the Adder in the game world, you can buy it from Legendary Motorsport for $1,000,000. The Truffade Adder is known for having the highest top speed among all vehicles in the story mode, making it a valuable addition to any player’s in-game garage.

How to Get Truffade Adder in GTA Online?

In GTA Online, you have the option to buy the Adder from Legendary Motorsport for $1,000,000.

After purchasing it, you can store the Adder in any of your Properties or Garages as a Personal Vehicle. It’s customizable at Los Santos Customs, and you can also modify it in a Vehicle Workshop within your owned properties.

Once you own the Adder, you can request its delivery through the Mechanic.

Moreover, the Adder might also show up as one of the vehicles to be stolen and delivered as part of the “Exotic Exports” side mission, which is initiated from your Auto Shop property.

How Much Will I Get If I Sell Truffade Adder in GTA Online?

Indeed, you have the option to sell the Adder at Los Santos Customs in GTA Online. The resale price is set at $600,000, which corresponds to 60% of the original purchase price.

Additionally, you can get back 50% of the value of any upgrades you’ve added to the vehicle when selling it. This can be a way to recoup some of your investment if you decide to part ways with the Adder.

ADDER All Details

Vehicle Class:Super (GTA V and GTA Online)
Vehicle Type:Civilian Car
Body Style:Hypercar
Capacity:2 (Driver and Passenger)
Appears in:GTA V, GTA Online
Prices:$1,000,000 (Legendary Motorsport)
Miscellaneous Info:Swankness: 5/5
Dashboard Type: Super GT (needle)
Interior Type: Super GT
Traffic-Default Color(s): Default
Wheel Type: High End
Flags:No Boot
Spawn On Trailer
Extras Require
Extras Strong
Rich Car
No Broken Down Scenario
Count as Facebook Driven
Has Interior Extras
Can Have Neons
Population Information:Spawns Naturally: Conditional
Max Number of Same Color: 1
Spawn Frequency: 30
Distance between Identical Models: 20
License Plates: Standard White – 100%
Sound Information:Audio Flag(s): Door-Ajar Chime,
Engine Acceleration: supercar_4_eur_v8,
Exhaust Acceleration: supercar_4_eur_v8,
Idle: supercar_4_eur_v8,
Deceleration: supercar_4_eur_v8

ADDER Customization Cost

No Armor$500$1,000
Armor Upgrade 20%$2,500$7,500
Armor Upgrade 40%$6,250$12,000
Armor Upgrade 60%$10,000$20,000
Armor Upgrade 80%$17,500$35,000
Armor Upgrade 100%$25,000$50,000
Stock Brakes$500$1,000
Street Brakes$10,000$20,000
Sport Brakes$13,500$27,000
Race Brakes$17,500$35,000
EMS Upgrade, Level 1$4,500$9,000
EMS Upgrade, Level 2$6,250$12,500
EMS Upgrade, Level 3$9,000$18,000
EMS Upgrade, Level 4$16,750$33,500
Ignition BombN/A$5,000
Remote BombN/A$7,500
[See the full list of available Horns options]
Stock Lights$300$600
Xenon Lights$1,450$7,500
[See the full list of available Neon Kits options]
Blue on White 1$50$200
Blue on White 2$50$200
Blue on White 3$50$200
Yellow on Blue$75$300
Yellow on Black$150$600
[See the full list of available Respray options]
Stock Suspension$100$200
Lowered Suspension$500$1,000
Street Suspension$1,000$2,000
Sport Suspension$1,700$3,400
Competition Suspension$2,200$4,400
Stock Transmission$500$1,000
Street Transmission$14,750$29,500
Sports Transmission$16,250$32,500
Race Transmission$20,000$40,000
Turbo Tuning$12,500$50,000
[See the full list of available Wheel Types options]
[See the full list of available Wheel Colors options]
Stock Tires$100$200
Custom Tires$2,500$5,000
Standard Tires$350$200
Bulletproof Tires$4,000$25,000 (Rank 20)
Low Grip TiresN/A$500 (at LS Car Meet)
[See the full list of available Tire Smoke options]
Light Smoke$200$1,500
Dark Smoke$450$3,500

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