Invetero make sport/muscle cars, they have only made 1 sports car, and two older generations of the same car was released in the San Andreas Flight School Update and Ill-Gotten Gains Part 2. All Invetero cars feature Coquette in their names.
Invetero's logo is similar to the lighting bolt logo of Opel, a German car brand formerly owned by General Motors, in which Chevrolet is a branch of General Motors. The company's name could be a verbal pun on "in-vitro".
|Image||Vehicle||Style||Based on (HD Universe)||Notes|
The Coquette in Grand Theft Auto IV.
The Coquette in Grand Theft Auto V.
|Coquette||Sports car||1997-2004 Chevrolet Corvette (GTA IV)|
The Coquette BlackFin in Grand Theft Auto V.
|Coquette BlackFin||Vintage 2-door grand-tourer||First generation Chevrolet Corvette||Added in the Ill-Gotten Gains Part 2 update for Grand Theft Auto V.|
The Coquette Classic in Grand Theft Auto V.
|Coquette Classic||Vintage 2-door car||1963-1967 Chevrolet Corvette||Added in the San Andreas Flight School Update for Grand Theft Auto V.|
- Invetero is Latin for "to prolong" or "to make old".
- The name is, however, most probably played on the phrase in vitro which is a biological term for cultures that are stored or grown in a lab. This may refer to the real-life Corvette being assembled in an individual plant.
- The Police chatter rarely refers to the Coquette as a "Declasse" which could imply that Declasse own Invetero as a subsidiary, who exclusively manufacture Coquettes (similar to how Chevrolet manufacture the Corvette as a division of General Motors), or Invetero manufactures Coquettes based on Declasse chassis (like how RUFmanufacture vehicles based on Porsche). This explanation also gives reasons for why the Coquette isn't made by Cheval, the Holden-based brand in Grand Theft Auto V. Given the similarities between the Corvette and the Coquette, the company's real-world equivalent is most likely the EU-only Corvette Europebrand (see Discussion page).