The Voodoo is a lowrider in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Grand Theft Auto IV. It has been used by the Haitians in Vice City, and in San Andreas it is used by the Grove Street Families (and in some missions by other gangs), it is especially favored for its low ground clearance, hydraulics, etc.
It has a high top speed, with smooth handling for a car of its size and will generally not flip unless the hydraulics are operated. In GTA IV, the Voodoo can take a lot of damage due to its weight and bulk, but it is one of the slowest-accelerating cars in the game.
In GTA Vice City and GTA San Andreas, with its distinctive sideways tail fins, the Voodoo strongly resembles a 1960 Chevy Impala (or possibly a Biscayne since it lacks chrome). In GTA Vice City the car was only available in red, (with a black version seen only in the mission "Two Bit Hit" ) and had hydraulics instead of a horn. But in GTA: Vice City Stories, it now has a distinctive engine sound and it has different colors that can be resprayed, instead of the usual red. The hydraulics is now been replaced with a car horn.
In GTA San Andreas; it is seen in many different colors, and the player can upgrade hydraulics, rims, exhaust, nitro, but the bodykits cannot be modified, same as the Tahoma. The fuel cap is behind the license plate in the back of the car, and if it gets shot, it will explode .
In GTA IV, the Voodoo has the Chevy Impala's trademark 6 tail lights, still has the end of a 1960 Impala but strays away from the original design since it has the front of an altered '64 Impala (shaped like a 1965 Rambler Classic, 1968 Plymouth Roadrunner, etc.; but it looks more like the Impala's). The roof and windows are also from a 1964 (or '63) Impala. It also has a chrome strip running down the trunk as seen on 1959 Impalas. It does not feature hydraulics anymore. They all feature 'Limited Edition' badging as well.