Voltic

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Vehicle
Voltic
A Voltic in Grand Theft Auto V.
(Rear quarter view)
A Voltic in Grand Theft Auto V.
Appearance(s) GTA V
Vehicle type Civilian car
Body style 2-door sports car
Capacity 2 (driver and passenger)
Manufacturer Coil

{{Infobox vehicle | name = Voltic | front_image = Voltic-GTAV-front.jpg | image_size = 300 | caption = A Voltic in [[Grand Theft Auto V]] | rear_image = Voltic-GTAV-rear.jpg | vehicle_type = Civilian car | body_style = 2-door sports car | capacity = 2 (driver and passenger) | manufacturer = [[Coil]] | game_1 = GTA V }} The [[Coil]] '''Voltic''' is a sports car featured in [[Grand Theft Auto V]]. It resembles the unreleased [[wp:Detroit Electric#Revival|Detroit Electric SP:01]] and its base vehicle, the [[wp:Lotus Elise|Lotus Elise]]. Due to the electricity-related brand and model names and its real-life visual inspirations, the Voltic may be an electric car. As such, a more reasonable real-life counterpart may be the different-looking [[wp:Tesla Roadster|Tesla Roadster]], which is also based on the Lotus and is seen as a status symbol in Los Angeles. Its name may be inspired by the plug-in hybrid [[wp:GM Voltec powertrain|GM Voltec powertrain]]. File:Voltic-GTAV-prerelease-rear.jpg|A Voltic seen in a trailer for GTA V. File:Voltic-GTAV-prerelease-front.jpg|A Voltic in a pre-release screenshot. File:Voltic-GTAV-front.jpg|GTA V, final game ([[:File:Voltic-GTAV-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view]]). {{Navboxes |title= Navigation |list1= {{vehicles|state=collapsed}} {{gtav vehicles|state=collapsed}} }} [[Category:Vehicles]] [[Category:Vehicles in GTA V]] [[Category:Sports Cars]]

The Coil Voltic is a sports car featured in Grand Theft Auto V. It resembles the unreleased Detroit Electric SP:01 and its base vehicle, the Lotus Elise. Due to the electricity-related brand and model names and its real-life visual inspirations, the Voltic may be an electric car. As such, a more reasonable real-life counterpart may be the different-looking Tesla Roadster, which is also based on the Lotus and is seen as a status symbol in Los Angeles. Its name may be inspired by the plug-in hybrid GM Voltec powertrain.