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== Performance ==
 
== Performance ==
The Coquette has an impressive top speed, 214mph (344.39kph) according to the game files, and its acceleration is second only to the [[Sultan RS]].  It has excellent braking and handling, even at high speeds, and makes a good drifting car; its chief disadvantage, however, is durability, the front engine configuration makes the car particularly vulnerable to damage compared to its fellow high-speed vehicles, the [[Comet]], [[Turismo]] and [[Infernus]], all of which are rear-engined.
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The Coquette has an impressive top speed, 214mph (344.39kph) according to the game files, and its acceleration is second only to the [[Sultan RS]].  It has excellent braking and handling, even at high speeds, and makes a good drifting car; its chief disadvantage, however, is durability, the front engine configuration makes the car particularly vulnerable to damage compared to its fellow high-speed vehicles, the mid engined [[Turismo]] and [[Infernus]] and rear engined [[Comet]],
  
 
== Variant ==
 
== Variant ==

Revision as of 22:11, 29 June 2009

The Invetero Coquette is a two door sports car in Grand Theft Auto IV.

Design

It generally resembles a Chevrolet Corvette C5 (1997-2004), albeit with revealed headlights, slightly different taillights, and a front bumper grille reminiscent of the Corvette C6 (2005-current). The exhaust pipes interestingly mimic the overlapping taillight design. The Coquette is a frequent sight on the streets of Liberty City, particularly Algonquin, and in Alderney.

Performance

The Coquette has an impressive top speed, 214mph (344.39kph) according to the game files, and its acceleration is second only to the Sultan RS. It has excellent braking and handling, even at high speeds, and makes a good drifting car; its chief disadvantage, however, is durability, the front engine configuration makes the car particularly vulnerable to damage compared to its fellow high-speed vehicles, the mid engined Turismo and Infernus and rear engined Comet,

Variant

The Coquette has a unique white-and-red paint job available, similar to that of the 1984-1996 C4 Corvette featured in the television series The A-Team. This paint job, unlike several other unique paint jobs, can be sprayed on to a normal-colored Coquette.

Trivia

  • "Coquette" is a term for a flirtatious woman.

Gallery