In this paper, fractal geometry based two printed antenna structures are proposed for vehicular communication in 5G wireless communication networks. Initially, a 48×39 mm2 single element fractal patch antenna is designed and tested which shows dual band resonance at around 28.1 GHz and 32.5 GHz. In order to improve different antenna characteristic descriptors such as bandwidth, reflection coefficient, voltage standing wave ratio (VSWR), and gain, number of fractal radiating elements have been increased to four and constructed an array of patches such that it can be used for multiple applications in the field of vehicular communications. For better performance, the antenna is replicated in the form of a 2×2 patch array such that the performance can be increased by at least 20%. The proposed array model is fabricated on a Rogers RT duroid 5880tm material of size 115×82 mm2 and tested using Agilent Technologies N5247A VNA. The measured results confirm the validity of the designed model for intended applications. The proposed array antenna operates at distinct quintuple bands in the frequency range of 25—36 GHz for vehicular communication within the proposed lower fifth generation (5G) channel. The proposed array configuration shows a good peak gain of 6.72dB within the operating bands.