(Rear quarter view)
An Ingot in GTA IV.
GTA Chinatown Wars
|4-door station wagon
|4 (driver and 3 passengers)
The Ingot is a station wagon which most outwardly resembles the Nissan Stagea WC34 (note the taillights and the side profile); being manufactured by Vulcar, however, may suggest it is supposed to emulate a first generation Volvo V70. The Ingot is not as performance-oriented as the Stagea, despite sporting racing pedals and a racing steering wheel.
The Ingot returns in GTA V, with the addition of a two-toned paintjob option.
The Ingot has a low-powered V5 or V6 engine, coupled to a 4 speed gearbox in RWD configuration (FWD in V). The Ingot isn't very fast; after finding 4th gear, the car hesitates or doesn't upshift at all when on wide-open throttle. Its engine is not resilient, and may stop working after only a few crashes. The Ingot does, however, have decent handling, and its suspension is not too hard or too soft, making it perfect for regular street driving in Liberty City. Its top speed is 135 km/h (84 mph).
A special "VD90R" variant of the car can occasionally be found in GTA IV; it's an Ingot with removed badging and new grill, a small spoiler with a small body kit, and candy red paint. This variant is driven by the Russian Mafia.
- In Grand Theft Auto IV, the two default radio stations in the Ingot are Massive B Soundsystem 96.9 and Tuff Gong Radio.
- Both versions of Ingot lack the indent for the exhaust tip yet a trail of fumes are visible. It may be possible that the exhaust is "concealed" behind the bumper, thus explaining the fumes. Same applies to the Sultan and Feroci however, both cars have visible after-market style exhaust tips.
- The Ingot in GTA IV can be sold at S&M Auto Sales for $1,000 in pristine condition after completion of Stevie's Car Thefts.
The Ingot is common in West Broker, where the Russian presence is strong. The VD90R variant is usually found in the Hove Beach area, where it is driven by Russian Mafia members. Otherwise, the car is very rare.