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You saw it in the movies, you saw it in the magazines. Its how you got into cars, it's how you grew from it. You find others who become mesmerized from it's charm. You then find yourself bowing down to its godlike aura. Is it some sort of a deity, a god, a legend or a myth -- No. It's a car.

The Annis Elegy RH7 is a Japanese sports car featured in Grand Theft Auto: Rising of Orcus.


In 1999, there decided to be a continuation of the Record Holder series of the Elegy family. With the release of the RH6 in 1995, plans were already under way to develop the next generation of the RH bloodline. The car was the same under the hood, with the exception of many cutting-edge advancements that was ahead of its time. Sold in small quantities in Japan and Germany, it never materialized anywhere mainstream but in the countries they are sold to.

The Elegy RH-7 only came to the eyes of the people with its debut in the second instalment of the Reign Series (Reigning 2 Night), where Crian O'Bonner, played by Mr. Walker himself, became the star of the show for the first half of the film itself. The car then reappeared in many roles in the film's franchise, cementing its view to the public and became one of the many assets among Mr. Walker's collections.

Despite many years after it's debut in 1999, even through the 2010s and 2020s with its successor, the RH-8, the car is valued everywhere throughout the world. With prices steadily hovering in the five-figure mark, it is best described as an everyday super from the East with limitless customizability, and power output. It is every car enthusiast's trophy car.

The long awaited Elegy RH-7 -- imported in small numbers from Japan to the U.S and further brought from Germany to Canada, then to the U.S, has arrived.


The Elegy RH7 is likely based on the Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R, with influences from the Annis Elegy Retro and the R33.