|Vehicle Type||Civilian car|
|Body Style||2-door muscle coupé|
|Capacity||2 (Driver and passenger)|
|Appears in||Watch Dogs|
- "This car's retro styling is unmatched."
- ―In-game Description
The overall design of this vehicle is heavily influenced by American muscle cars of 1960s. The overall profile and the green house is clearly influenced by the Second Generation Chevrolet Chevelle, with the front fascia of the first generation and the tail light resembling the 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle.
In-game, the vehicle is identical to the Vespid HMI, in both appearance and performance. The only difference between the two is that the LE version is permanently painted in a satin plum color.
The Vespid HMI has a great top speed and acceleration, but it has average strength and its handling is rather weak to handle its massive engine output, therefore it is recommended in straight roads.
The vehicle performs the same as its base model.
|N/A||Single-cam V8 (In-game model)||Front engine, rear wheel drive||4|
- The Vespid LE is only available at the Car On Demand app for free. To unlock the car, the player must find seven out of eight Maurice Vega's burner phones, scattered throughout Chicago and Pawnee.
- It may be a reference to the 1973 Dodge Charger, which is driven by Michael Westen, a vigilante spy in the show Burn Notice. The requirements to unlock the car may also be a nod to the show.