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|Vehicle type||Civilian car|
|Body style||2-door sports car|
|Capacity||2 (driver and passenger)|
|Appearance(s)||Grand Theft Auto IV (1st gen only)|
The Lost and Damned (1st gen only)
The Ballad of Gay Tony (1st gen only)
Grand Theft Auto V (2nd gen only)
Grand Theft Auto Online (2nd gen only)
|Price||$138,000 (Hardtop Variant) (Online)|
$159,000 (Topless Variant) (Online)
|Related vehicle(s)||Coquette Classic|
- "Something made in America that can still take on the Asian imports? Yes, the Coquette has withstood the test of time and, with this new model, Invetero blew through all their bailout money to create an end product that only the 1% can afford. Don't bite the hand that feeds you."
- ―Legendarymotorsport.net description.
The Coquette closely resembles the 1997-2004 Chevrolet Corvette C5, albeit with projector-style headlamps and slightly altered fascia. The front fascia is closely reminiscent of the facelifted 2002-2005 Honda/Acura NSX which shares the headlamp cluster design (the NSX sports a clear headlamp surround; the Coquette features a black surround), the radiator inlets, and the angular hood lines. The taillights of the car are also based on that of the C5 Corvette, although the tail lamps overlap each other. The dual exhaust exits also overlap to mimic the tail light design. Unlike the Corvette, the side vents on the Coquette do not extend the entire length of the door; however they are finished with two silver accent strakes. The car also features a rod antenna mounted on the roof for improved radio reception. The Coquette features five-split-spoke alloy rims wrapped by low-profile sport tires. The brakes are the same four very large, cross-drilled disc rotors found on the Infernus, Comet, and Turismo. The interior design is closely related to that of a Corvette with the extended leather package: the bucket sports seats feature two-tone leather upholstery in black and yellow with "Coquette" embroidery and matching leather door finishers and leather-wrapped gearstick. The car features a fully-carpeted parcel shelf with integrated speakers.
The Coquette was first seen in the official trailer of Grand Theft Auto Online, and now more closely resembles the Chevrolet Corvette C7. Some Lexus LFA and Jaguar F-Type influences are visible in the rear (with taillamps slightly similar to the Benefactor Surano, another in-game vehicle). It's available as both a coupé and a roadster form with a removable hard top. The Coquette has the most customizable options of any car in its class, and is one of the most customizable cars in GTA V.
The Coquette is a typical American sports car, in that it has a front-engine, rear wheel drive layout, a large V8 under the hood and a 5-speed manual gearbox. Like its real-life counterpart, the Chevrolet Corvette, it is also fairly lightweight which lends the car its nimble and quick nature. The Coquette reaches a top speed of 214 mph (344 km/h), an incredibly high top speed. It has excellent braking and handling, even at high speeds. This car oversteers with ease, as a result of the monstrous power being sent to the rear wheels. This means it requires caution when turning into a corner when racing as oversteer and other forms of powerslide will slow down the car at the corner. Despite its drifty characteristic, the Coquette is an excellent choice for racing and the oversteer is very easy to control compared to two of its main rivals, the Banshee and the Super GT. While the Coquette has a fairly solid construction and damage resistance, the front engine layout of the Coquette means it is specifically vulnerable to engine damage in high-speed front-end collisions; more so than mid-engine sports cars like the Turismo and Infernus.
The Coquette has very well-rounded performance for a sports car. It has a great top speed to go along with above average acceleration, and its handling is excellent, possibly the best in its class, due to its high traction balanced with medium weight. It grips the road very well and rarely ever spins out. Although it isn't bad by any means, the Coquette's acceleration could be considered its main weak point.
(0 - 60mph / 0 - 100km/h)
(mph / kph)
3.1 seconds (2.5 seconds when fully modified)
214 mph / 344 kph (233 mph/374 kph when fully modified)
Rear wheel drive
5-speed manual (7 speed manual when switched to race transmission)
A Coquette is requested as part of Stevie's Car Thefts, featuring a gray body color. As a new Coquette will spawn at the same spot until the player delivers one to S&M Auto Sales, the player can save one at their safehouse before delivering another. Stevie's photograph of the car is shown to have no badge or marque on its rear, implying it was not originally added earlier in game development.
Similar to the Ruiner in Ivan The Not So Terrible and the Super GT in Union Drive, the Coquette in Payback can also come in unique metallic colors such as blue or red, in addition to the standard black.
- A glitch may occur throughout the GTA V story that prevents Coquettes from spawning. To fix this problem, replay the mission Mr. Richards, take the parked Coquette, then fail the mission. Coquettes should spawn normally afterwards.
GTA IV + Episodes from Liberty City
- Spawn in traffic during Multiplayer.
- Can be found along the Broker - Dukes Expressway.
- Appears often around Westminster, Varsity Heights, The Triangle, The Meat Quarter, Suffolk, Middle Park, Easton (Algonquin), South Slopes, Firefly Projects, Rotterdam Hill, Downtown (Broker), Liberty City and Alderney City (Alderney).
- Often appears when driving an Infernus
- Spawns more often if driving an NRG 900, as for the other way around.
- Can be obtained in the mission Payback; in a unique color; black with a gold trim.
- Parked in front of the church in Suffolk, Algonquin for Stevie's Car Thefts.
- Can appear in Brucie's Races, however killing the person and taking the car, will cause you to forfeit, and will lower Brucie's respect for you by 3%.
- Can appear at Auto Eroticar if already driving one.
- Can appear at Big Paulie's Used Cars if already driving one.
- Occasionally spawn at Richards Majestic during certain missions.
- Can be encountered in and around Vinewood and Vinewood Hills along with other sports cars, SUVs, and supercars.
- Occasionally spawn in Del Perro Beach at the parking lot.
- Occasionally spawns at the Kortz Center parking lot in Pacific Bluffs.
- In the mission Fresh Meat, after you freed up Michael, you can choose the Coquette as your escape vehicle.
- Available from Legendarymotorsport.net in two variants : hardtop ($138,000) and convertible ($159,000).
- "Coquette" is a term meaning a chatty, flirtatious woman.
- The "q" and "u" of "Coquette" are the previous letters of "r" and "v" from "Corvette."
- The Coquette plays the following radio stations by default when entered:
- The Turismo in GTA Chinatown Wars (iPad version) resembles a Coquette more than the Turismo itself from GTA IV.
- The Coquette may be a successor to the GTA Vice City rendition of the Banshee as the Banshee was based on a C4 Corvette and the Coquette is based on the C5 Corvette.
- After the release of the Coquette Classic, the Coquette is the vehicle with most generations with 3 different variants.
- On rare occasions the police will call it Declasse making a reference that Declasse is based on Chevrolet.
- There's a paintjob of the Coquette, white with a red line in the middle, that resembles the Corvette used by Templeton Peck, aka Faceman, in The A-Team.
- Both the Italian Mafia and the Algonquin Triads use the Coquette as a gang car.
- Despite the fact that the car is based on the Corvette, no variants can be found in a traditional Corvette yellow.
- A glitch in Grand Theft Auto IV may cause the silver Coquette to keep spawning in front of the Suffolk Church.
- Found in Midinght Club 2, another game by Rockstar, is a compact car which is named the Cocotte. This name could have been derived from the word Coquette. However, these two vehicles bear no resemblance, for the Cocotte is based on a Ford Escort RS Cosworth.
- Driving an NRG 900 will make Coquettes spawn more often.
- When buying the Coquette from the in-game internet in GTA Online, it is completely random whether you get a hardtop or convertible variant. Those wanting a certain variant may have to buy and sell multiple Coquettes before they get the type what they want.
- After patch 1.13, the convertible variant of the coquette can be bought along with all the other cars that have a convertible variant like the Banshee for example.
- In GTA Online the crew emblem appears very small on the hood.
- The Coquette's engine in GTA V bears a close resemblance to the Chevrolet Corvette (C6).
- The Coquette is one of six updated vehicles in GTA V that do not also appear in their GTA IV and its episodes models. The other vehicles are the Sentinel, the Buccaneer, the Feltzer, the Police Cruiser and the Police Maverick.
- The Coquette is the only convertible that has the roll cage customisation available. This is most likely because you can buy a roof at Los Santos Customs, but even without the roof, the roll cage is still available.
- The Stinger and Stinger Z29, similar Corvette-based cars in GTA 1 and GTA 2.
- The Banshee, a sports car based on a C4 Corvette in GTA Vice City and GTA Vice City Stories.
- The Phobos VT, a sports car based on a C3 Corvette in GTA Liberty City Stories.
- The CityScape, a modified variant of the Coquette in GTA Chinatown Wars.
- The Coquette Classic, a classic version of the Coquette also appearing in GTA V in The San Andreas Flight School Update.