The Bonsai is a 2-door sports car in Driver: Parallel Lines.
The Bonsai is mostly based on a 1973-1977 Toyota Celica GT coupe that is sold in the North American market. It shares its front lights, and its main body shape. However, the Bonsai seems curvier than its real counterpart. The stock vehicle comes with circular headlights, chrome bumpers and mirrors and 5 spoke rims. The vehicle also features a single exhaust system and a black front skirt.
The car's handling and acceleration makes it a perfect getaway car for missions. It has very nippy handling and good traction, both playing very well together in giving it perfect maneuverability. Its acceleration is rapid, allowing it to easily keep up with high speed vehicles and even allows for fantastic braking. The car's small, lightweight design gives it better handling, however it is sometimes prone to fishtailing, especially with the vehicle's impressive power, causing it to tailspin even more. The small but powerful engine transfers power to the rear wheels through a 4-speed gearbox.
(mph / km/h)
|4-speed manual gearbox||Petrol||2.3 Seconds||96 mph (154.5 km/h)|
|2.1 Seconds||106 mph (170.6 km/h)|
|1.2 Seconds||121 mph (194.7 km/h)|
- 1978 Era
- 2006 Era
- Rarely spawns on the streets around Queens.
- Sometimes spawns in Bronx.
- May spawn around south-eastern Manhattan, near the Safe House.
- A Bonsai is a Japanese plant (a miniature tree), referencing the origin of the car to its real life counterpart.
- Among its own class, the Bonsai is the most common sports car in 1978 era.
- This is one of the rarest cars to make an appearance in the 2006 era, along with the Dozer and the Rosalita.