Coil appears to be based on Tesla Motors as its name is a reference to Nikola Tesla's Tesla Coil. Keeping with this theme, its logo resembles a coiled snake. The Brawler is the only vehicle that bears no resemblance to any Tesla Motors vehicle, as well as the only fuel-operated vehicle.
Coil also manufactures weapons, under the name of the Coil Arms Divisions. Much like the vehicles, Coil weapons are dependent of an electric power source, except the Combat PDW, which utilizes a conventional firearm mechanism (possibly a mistatement that the integral suppressor would act as a case for two conductive rails).
|Image||Vehicle||Style||Based on (HD Universe)||Notes|
The Voltic in Grand Theft Auto V.
The topless Voltic in Grand Theft Auto V.
|Voltic||Electric roadster||Tesla Roadster|
The Rocket Voltic in Grand Theft Auto Online.
|Rocket Voltic||Rocket-propelled roadster||Based on the Voltic. Added as part of the Import/Export update for Grand Theft Auto Online.|
The Cyclone in Grand Theft Auto Online.
|Cyclone||Electric supercar||Rimac Concept One||Added as part of the Smuggler's Run update for Grand Theft Auto Online.|
The Brawler in Grand Theft Auto V.
|Brawler||Rally Raid vehicle||Local Motors Rally Fighter||Added in the Ill-Gotten Gains Part 2 update for Grand Theft Auto V.|
|Image||Weapon||Style||Based on (HD Universe)||Notes|
|Stun Gun||Electroshock weapon||Stungun||Only available in Grand Theft Auto V.|
|Combat PDW||Submachine gun/Personal Defense Weapon||SIG Sauer MPX|
Knight's Armament Company PDW
|Added in the Ill-Gotten Gains Part 1 update for Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online.|
|Minigun||Rotary Gatling Gun||M134 Minigun||Also available as a mounted weapon for the Dune FAV (Gunrunning)|
|Railgun||Prototype weapon||Railgun||Available in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online (the latter as part of scripted events).|