The Wingar is a moto-cross motorcycle in Driver: Parallel Lines.
The bike appears as an off-road style motorcycle with a very compact design. The bike has very thin wheels with small off-road tread. It is very exposed and has little external bodywork. The front fender can be seen curving with the shape of the wheel, with a plate above reading "33". The number "33" can be found on another plate on either side of the bike, above the rear wheel.
The Wingar is a well performing bike for its type. It has relatively average acceleration, which is sometimes unresponsive to throttle application. Braking and handling also remain unresponsive at times, and steering can be off-putting, as the bike has a tendency to continue steering, or lack steering at all. The bike's exposed design leaves it very weak in terms of durability, and the player is extremely exposed to gunfire. It has a relatively high top speed, but handling and acceleration make it tricky to reach the speed, especially in traffic.
Off road, the bike is not much better. It has good traction for off-road terrain, however the bad handling is even worse, and it tends to lack power on hills.
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- Air Mail - Used by TK for the entirety of the mission.
- Ransom - TK escapes the Colombians entering the multi-storey car park using a Wingar, by driving off various ramps on buildings, before reaching a truck used by The Mexican.
- Air Mail - The Wingar is used as the motorcycle for collecting the packages dropped by the drug-dealer's Helicopter.