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Not to be confused with Glitch.

The Bug is a small car that appears in nearly all of the 2D Universe games, with the exception of Grand Theft Auto: London 1961.

Design

2D Universe

Based largely on the real life Volkswagen Beetle in both name and design, the Bug is depicted in all its appearances as a largely old, small car.

In Grand Theft Auto 1, the Bug assumes a strong resemblance to the Volkswagen Beetle, while in Grand Theft Auto: London 1969, the vehicle appears to be a bit shorter with less rounded details, particularly the rear section. In Grand Theft Auto 2, however, it has a more fictionalized design, being shorter, wider and possessing a grille - meaning its engine is at the front. Probably inspired by Austin A30 or FIAT 500 Topolino.

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Performance

2D Universe

In Grand Theft Auto 1 and Grand Theft Auto 2, the Bug possesses average cornering helped largely by its below average acceleration and speed, making it a poor vehicle of choice for timed missions and chases. For Grand Theft Auto: London 1969, however, the Bug features better performance, with average top speed and acceleration; GTA 2 also improves over the performance of previous Bugs by making the game's Bug more nimble and more responsive in cornering, although its speed is still considerably underwhelming.

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Variants

Monster Bug

Main article: Monster Bug

The Monster Bug is a monster version of the Bug seen in Grand Theft Auto 1, having larger wheels and custom paintjob.

Big Bug

Main article: Big Bug

Similar to the Monster Bug, the Big Bug is a lifted version of the Bug seen in Grand Theft Auto 2, having larger wheels.

Locations

Grand Theft Auto 1

  • Easily found in all of the three cities. It is featured in four missions. During mission Cossie in chapter Heist Almighty, the player has to steal back a Bug (loaded with the Boss' private videos) from The Angels. In mission Phone 12-Part 2, the protagonist has to steal Wun Tun Chun's Bug, and return it once having fitted with a bomb. In mission Phone 13-Part 2, the player has to drive a Bug to another part of San Andreas before it explodes. In addition to these, a purple Bug spawns at Dalgetti's garage during the vehicle mission Bulldog in chapter Gangsta Bang, though it has nothing to do with the mission. It can be taken, but is unsellable at the docks.

Grand Theft Auto 2

Rewards

Grand Theft Auto 1

Grand Theft Auto: London 1969

  • The Bug may be exported for a base amount of £200 if delivered in mint condition.

Grand Theft Auto 2

  • When crushed, the Bug gives the player a Machine Gun in both Downtown and Residential districts.

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