The latest update to Grand Theft Auto V introduces brand-new car customisations, and has some tricks up its sleeve too.
Launching tomorrow, GTA Online: Lowriders opens up Benny's Original Motor Works in the Strawberry neighbourhood - a customs shop offering "a huge range of lowrider customisations that can turn your classic junker into a high-spec, tricked-out king of the streets."
Players can fit out a selection of cars with custom paint jobs, interiors, and steering wheels; install hydraulic pumps; and drop in high-performance speakers and subwoofers.
To show off creations to other players, the update adds a Player Interaction Menu adding controls for doors, bonnet, and boot; neons; and stereo systems.
The update also brings with it a range of new missions, as well as new game modes, weaponry, and character customisation options.
What's more, modder Yan2295 has discovered Halloween-themed assets inside the update files, possibly heralding an in-game event on October 31st.
The "mphalloween" assets include new masks, a presumably drivable hearse, a machete, and a flashlight.
The GTA Online: Lowriders update goes live as a free automatic update on October 21, this side of the date line.