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.
Judging by the vehicles they make, Invetero seems to be based on the sub-division of Chevrolet, Corvette. The 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||Chevrolet Corvette C5 (GTA IV)|
The Coquette BlackFin in Grand Theft Auto V.
|Coquette BlackFin||Vintage 2-door grand-tourer||Chevrolet Corvette C1||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||Chevrolet Corvette C2||Added in the San Andreas Flight School Update for Grand Theft Auto V.|
The Coquette D10 in Grand Theft Auto Online.
|Coquette D10||Sports car||Chevrolet Corvette C8||Added in the Los Santos Summer Special update for Grand Theft Auto Online.|
- 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.