Dinka manufacture a variety of compact cars, sports cars and family cars, as well as streetfighters, dirt bikes and sports bikes. They also manufacture the Marquis, a sailing yacht. It and Weeny's name are synonymous with the word 'small', likely a reference to the size of vehicles they manufacture.
Dinka is the name of an African tribe in south Sudan, however it actually parodies Japanese automaker Honda (though the Jester Classic has no resemblance to Honda cars and is instead based on a Toyota vehicle). Components of Dinka's logo are reminiscent of the letter H in Honda's logo, although Dinka's logo consists of six brackets (both "]" and "["). Dinka is a play on "dink", a racial slur for Asians, especially the Vietnamese. Dinka is also a play on British die-cast toy car maker "Dinky Toys", which was later used to describe any cheaply constructed small car, as Honda and other Japanese automakers initially produced low-quality econobox cars for export to the North American market in the 1970s, before moving to more upmarket vehicles.
|Image||Vehicle||Style||Based on (HD Universe)||Notes|
The Akuma in Grand Theft Auto V.
|Akuma||Sports bike||Buell XB12S|
The Blista in Grand Theft Auto V.
|Blista||Hatchback||2001-2006 Honda Civic Type R/Honda Civic Si|
The Blista Compact in Grand Theft Auto V.
|Blista Compact||Hatchback||1984-1987 Honda CR-X|
The Chavos in Grand Theft Auto IV.
|Chavos||Mid-size sedan||1994-1997 Honda Accord|
1999-2004 Peugeot 406
|Grand Theft Auto IV exclusive.|
The Double T in Grand Theft Auto V.
|Double T||Sports bike||2008-2010 Honda CBR1000RR|
The Double T Custom in The Lost and Damned.
|Double T Custom||Drag bike||Based on the Double T.|
The Enduro in Grand Theft Auto Online.
|Enduro||Off-road bike||Honda CB250||Added in the Heists Update for Grand Theft Auto Online.|
The Go Go Monkey Blista in Grand Theft Auto V.
|Go Go Monkey Blista||Custom hatchback||Based on the Blista Compact. Exclusive for returning players (enhanced version only).|
The Hakumai in Grand Theft Auto IV.
|Hakumai||Compact sedan||1985-1989 Honda Accord|
1987-1991 Honda Prelude
|Grand Theft Auto IV exclusive.|
The Jester in Grand Theft Auto V.
|Jester||Sports car||2015-present Honda NSX||Returns in The Business Update for Grand Theft Auto V.|
The Jester (Racecar) in Grand Theft Auto V.
|Jester (Racecar)||Touring car||Based on the Jester. Added in the Festive Surprise update for Grand Theft Auto V.|
The Jester Classic in Grand Theft Auto Online.
|Jester Classic||Sports car||Toyota Supra (A80)||Added in the After Hours update for Grand Theft Auto Online.|
The Marquis in Grand Theft Auto V.
The MK GT9 in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars.
|MK GT9||Sports car||Based on the Chavos. Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars exclusive.|
The Perennial in Grand Theft Auto IV.
|Perennial||Minivan||2003-2008 Honda Odyssey (international)|
The Thrust in Grand Theft Auto V.
|Thrust||Touring bike||Honda DN-01||Added in The High Life Update for Grand Theft Auto V.|
The Vindicator in Grand Theft Auto V.
|Vindicator||Concept motorcycle||Honda NM4||Added in the Ill-Gotten Gains Part 2 update for Grand Theft Auto V.|
- "Dinka" is an implausible Japanese name as the syllable "di" does not exist in native Japanese language words (outside of Nihon-shiki form of romanization of ヂ, which is pronounced "ji" and doesn't occur in words outside of the phenomenon of Rendaku). The name is translated by translating ディンカ(Deinka) to "Dinka", in a similar manner to the translation of Infiniti (インフィニティ/Infuinitei).