The Potomac Indian is a four-door sedan with a classically distinctive body style. This mid-sized car offers the characteristic look of the 1950s era, but it's somewhat hampered by an engine that's under powered for its size and weight.
Upgrades and Pricing
|Upgrade||Details and Pricing|
- Base Mafia II game: Available in Chapters 7-15.
- The Betrayal of Jimmy: Throughout entire DLC.
- Jimmy's Vendetta: Throughout entire DLC.
- Joe's Adventures: After Witness - Frozen Memories.
- It is based on the 1953 Pontiac Chieftain.
- The Potomac Indian is featured several times throughout Mafia II and its DLCs, including two occasions where it's used to transport dead bodies.
- In Chapter 7, while driving one owned by Eddie Scarpa, you learn that Frankie Potts' rotting corpse is in the trunk, which you then dispose of at the Old Observatory.
- In Chapter 10, after Joe accidentally kills Leon at The Lone Star bar, Vito uses Leon's Indian to dispose of his corpse in the crusher at Bruski's Scrap & Salvage.
- A supercharged version owned by Billy Barnes appears in The Wild Ones. Vito and Joe use it to pursue Greasers fleeing the scene in a Shubert Pickup Hot Rod.
- In Jimmy's Vendetta you steal one in the mission Potomac Indian Theft, in which it's said that Potomac went out of business and the Indian is guaranteed to become a classic. However, in Mafia III, set about 17 years later, Potomac is still in business with cars such as the Potomac Crockett.
- In Joe's Adventures, Joe and Tony Balls use one to escape the police after robbing Maxwell's in the mission Supermarket. This car was on display in the store and meant as a prize for the 1,000th customer.
- You can store the supercharged Indian you drive in Chapter 8 in your garage prior to arriving at the Empire Bay Forge if you choose. It's the only level 3 tuned vehicle obtainable without either of the Jimmy DLCs installed.
- This vehicle returns in Mafia III as the Potomac Indiana. However, billboards around Sinclair Parish still advertise the car as the Potomac Indian.