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Vehicle Warehouse in Grand Theft Auto Online.

Vehicle Warehouses are properties featured in Grand Theft Auto Online added as part of the Import/Export update. They are available to buy once the player registers as a CEO and buys an Office. These are the vehicle counterparts of the Warehouses.


Vehicle Warehouses are used to safely store up to 40 standard to high-end vehicles. Only one warehouse can be owned per player. The Vehicle Warehouse also serves as a storage facility, featuring an Underground Garage which can be used to store Special Vehicles purchased from Warstock Cache & Carry. These vehicles were added in the same update and are used in Special Vehicle Work missions.

Unlike Warehouses, the Vehicle Warehouse cannot be raided by NPCs nor by players.


The interior layout is the same for all of the warehouses, the only difference being the interior decorations that can be added during purchase or later redecorated.

The interiors of the vehicle warehouse have an office with a laptop computer, sleeping arrangements, a vending machine and a closet for changing clothes. On the other side of the office is a mod shop that is used for repairs and to mod vehicles for special sales. There is also an underground storage for special vehicles that were released in the update.

Scattered around the interior are various tools and machinery, some reused from other garages such as Los Santos Customs and Benny’s Original Motor Works, while others are entirely new. Various tool companies are used, including Device, Power Metal, Hard Stand, Strokemaster and Flint. The color of various equipment, particularly storage facilities, change depending on the interior theme.

The three interior options do not change the layout nor props used inside the warehouse, but completely redo the walls, floors and paint scheme used in the warehouse. For example, the “Basic” option (standard) uses a relatively rundown appearance, sharing textures from Hayes Autos. the “Urban” option is slightly more worn and faded than the default scheme, but has decorative graffiti on the walls. The “Branded” option is the most clean out of all options, having a blue floor and white/purple walls. As well as the cleaned appearance, various posters are hung from walls, including vehicle company brand names such as Mammoth, Declasse, Albany, and Willard, as well as various auto-related companies such as Atomic, Fukaru, Chepalle and Sumo.

Over time, prop versions of cars covered with a cloak will spawn in the garage. The vehicles underneath don’t resemble the car it replaces, however. There are 7 prop models which resemble covered versions of the Turismo R, Coquette Classic, Tampa, Roosevelt, Baller (first generation), Omnis