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.


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.

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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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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.


Grand Theft Auto 1

  • Easily found on the three main cities.

Grand Theft Auto 2


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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