Blista is a three-door compact car with the "hatchback" body style, designed and manufactured by a fictional (made-up by Rockstar), non-existing in the real world in-game Japanese company Dinka - when creating it Rockstar was inspired by a real-existing Japanese Honda company.
Blist is a rather old car in the Grand Theft Auto series - it made it's first appearance a long time ago, in Grand Theft Auto III, and since then it was seen only in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. And then it wasn't seen until the long-awaited release of the fifth part took place. When coming over through the third part into the fifth, Dinka Blista suffered noticeable transformational - it is no longer the minivan from GTA 3, but a three-door hatchback. Generally, the look of the car is still somewhat the same, it is still recognizable, however in GTA 5 it has much more streamline, modern shape.
Dinka Blista is one of the fastest compact cars, represented in GTA 5, it also has an excellent manoeuvrability on par with Weeny Issi, but take in account that the car is poorly balanced, and it is very prone to oversteers when performing sharp turns. Also, it wheels are also placed not so ideally - it leads to numerous issues when driving off road, and the wheels can become stuck in the wheel well after an unlucky collision or a bad landing. Unlike most cars, Dinka Blista can not be found on any in-game website and, usually, you have to get it by not-so-lawful ways.
The prototype of Dinka Blista is the second generation of hatchbacks Honda Civic Type R, and the front of the car is based on Civic of 2006-2001-s years of production.
GTA 5 Dinka Blista characteristics
|Speed ||135 km/h |
|Mass ||1200 kg |
|Capacity ||2 passangers |
|Engine ||gasoline |
|Drive ||rear |
|Brake force distribution ||65/35 |
|Damage in the collision ||70% |
|Damage during the deformation of the body ||70% |
|Damaging small arms ||100% |
|Damaging the engine ||150% |
|The purchase price in GTA Online ||— |
|The price of legal sale ||— |
|The illegal sale price ||$1600 |