|Vehicle Type||Civilian car|
|Body Style||2-door sports car|
|Capacity||2 (driver and passenger)|
|Appears in||Watch Dogs|
- Not to be confused with the Livraga LE.
- "A renowned Italian supercar."
- ―In-game description
This car is the most expensive car in the game, costing $200,000. The car seems to be heavily influenced by the Ferrari F40 in the roofline. However, the headlight design is very similar to the Ford GT40. The front overhang and hood are similar to those on the 2005 Ford GT. The rear wing seems to be taken from a Lamborghini Countach, with the taillights being taken from a Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R.
Being a performance car, the Livraga 350 has high-end performance capabilities. Acceleration is of a high rate due to the large V10 located in a rear-mid layout, with a roll-cage X "Cross" bar protecting it, much like the Scafati GT; acceleration seems virtually instant because of this. Top speed is very high, thanks to great traction which helps notably in maintaining this speed.
Braking is also very acceptable, where the brakes help the vehicle to come to a stop within seconds from a high speed, even the top speed. On the downside, its light-weight may help with extending its top speed, but causes the car to spin out regularly, however, it must be noted that performing jumps in the car doesn't seem to affect control, so the player can still keep control of the vehicle after jumps from Hacked Bridges. Also, its handling can be irresponsible and times, which also has a negative impact on the reliability of control.
Durability is average for a car of its class, and can be said to be acceptable consider its purpose, build-style and body. A few bullets to the engine can affect the performance, but the car still maintains a good amount of speed, acceleration, and can even allow the engine to absorb more damage.
|N/A||V8 (In-game model)|
|Front engine, rear wheel drive||5|
- Livraga LE: Luxury Edition (LE) version of the car.
- It spawns in the mission Hold On, Kiddo, near the train station.
- It can be found by hacking a pedestrian, and is bought for $200,000 on Car On Demand.