NO unless you received a 1099 form which I highly doubt.
It's not considered income just like if your house burned down and insurance gave you a check to replace it or your medical insurance gave you a check to pay for surgery.
If you never claimed any deductions related to the car, then you do not include the money received for the car.
If you deducted the value of the totaled car, or the damage to the totaled car, on Schedule A of a tax return for a previous year, then you must include the money received in your income, as a recovery of previously deducted funds.
If you previously claimed depreciation of the car as a business expense, then you have to calculate your basis (original cost minus depreciation) and see if you have a taxable capital gain.