- ❝ This durable luxury limo was state of the art back in the 70s.❞
- ―Description in Watch Dogs.
The car's design appears to be based on the 1960s German luxury styling of the Mercedes-Benz 600, and the 1970s Rolls Royce Silver Shadow. As it is Lucky Quinn's car, its license plate always says "LUC KYQ". The Gambino is only available in black.
For an old-looking vehicle, the Gambino performs very well thanks to its balanced stats: well armored, good speed, acceptable acceleration, all benefits in a single car. However, due to the long wheelbase compared to other cars, handling is not a great advantage on narrow streets, but is not as long as a Philandra, which still becomes an excellent choice for exigent drivers. The Gambino is the most durable sedan in the game, as seen in the stats. The vehicle is excellent for car-to-car combat and police chases, and with its durability, this car is an all-around reliable vehicle.
|N/A||Single-cam V8||Front engine, rear wheel drive||6|
- Dermot "Lucky" Quinn, who uses it as his main means of transportation.
- Rewarded for completing the penultimate mission of Act 4 (No Turning Back), then available inside of the "Car On Demand" app.
- Parked in front of SoSueMe's mansion.
- The name "Gambino" most likely refers to the Gambino crime family.
- Strangely, the game treats the Gambino as a muscle car, despite it being a limousine.
- This car can be seen outside of the Auction in the main story, but it cannot be entered. It is found outside of the warehouse.
- When the car model is damaged, the radiator clips through the grille, and the floorpan clips through the rear license plate.
- Strangely it has bucket seats dispite most cars from this era, expecially luxury sedans, not having them.
- On both the outer headlights the bulb is visible while the lights are on, where on the inner two lights it is not.
- Has modern rear window defroster, despite being a classic car.