Two popular mods have arrived for GTA V in recent days, including the tuned up 1992 BMW M3 Rocket Bunny, and the early beta version of Vice City being added into Los Santos.
So first up, there’s the 1992 Rocket Bunny from modder Zen-Imogen. The mod features a number of awesome options, including livery support, tuning parts, working dials, sils, a fully HD textured interior, breakable glass, and a working steering wheel.
The car looks flat out fantastic rendered in GTA V. The model was originally lifted from Forza Motorsport 4 and Forza Horizon 3, and tweaked with add-ons courtesy of modder Alex20121981. Right now the car still has to use replacement parts, but in a future update the tuner parts will be available as add-ons, so you don’t have to worry about replacing other parts.
You can see what the mod looks like action running in GTA V with the video below from SB, or you can download the 1992 Rocket Bunny from over on GTA5-Mods.com.
But wait, there’s more!
Modder GTARandom has been working on a new map for GTA V that brings Vice City to Los Santos. The map adds Vice City to the southeast section of Los Santos, giving the game some added neon flavor and a bit of extra character to its retro night life.
YouTuber nyctom08 has a video showcasing Tommy making a return to Vice City and tours the mansion from the 2002 outing.
There’s a more traditional launch trailer for beta version 0.1 of the Vice V map mod for GTA V. YouTuber Crotainment Games does a quick showcase of the 15 year old map running in the latest iteration of the RAGE. You can check it out below.
There are obviously still some bugs that need to be worked out, and the map still lacks proper paths for AI and other vehicles, but you can download version 0.1 for the Vice V map beta right now by heading on over to GTA5-Mods.com.