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[[Image:Bug-GTA1.png|thumb|180px|A Bug in GTA 1.]]
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{{Infobox vehicles
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|front_image = Bug-GTA2.png
The '''Bug''' is a small beetle-like car that appears in nearly all early GTA games up to [[Grand Theft Auto III]], including:
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|caption = A '''Bug''' in ''[[Grand Theft Auto 2]]''.
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|vehicle_type = Civilian car
* [[Grand Theft Auto 1]]
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|body_style = 2-door hatchback
* [[Grand Theft Auto: London 1969]]
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|capacity = 2 <small>(driver and a passenger)</small>
* [[Grand Theft Auto 2]]
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|appearances = ''[[Grand Theft Auto 1]]''<br>''[[Grand Theft Auto: London 1969]]''<br>''[[Grand Theft Auto 2]]''
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|variants = [[Big Bug]]<br>[[Monster Bug]]
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|related = [[BF Injection]]
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}}
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{{disambiglink|Not to be confused with [[Glitches|Glitch]].}}
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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]]''.
   
 
== Description ==
 
== Description ==
 
=== Design ===
 
=== Design ===
Based largely on the real life [[wp:Volkswagen Beetle|Volkswagen Beetle]] in both name and design, the Bug is depicted in all its appearances as a largely undesirable car, being unattractive in design and performing poorly as a road going vehicle.
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Based largely on the real life [[wp:Volkswagen Beetle|Volkswagen Beetle]] in both name and design, the Bug is depicted in all its appearances as a largely old, small car.
   
In GTA 2 it has a more fictionalized design, being shorter and wider and possessing a grille - meaning it is front-engined.
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In ''[[Grand Theft Auto 2]]'' it has a more fictionalized design, being shorter, wider and possessing a grille - meaning its engine is at the front.
   
{| align="center"
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===Version History Gallery===
|<gallery width="auto" perrow="6" style="font-size:95%; padding:0;" widths="120">
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{{Vehicle Design History Gallery
Bug-GTA1.png|A Bug in GTA 1.
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| GTA1_Top_imagename = Bug-GTA1.png
Bug-GTAL69.png|A Bug in GTA London 1969.
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| GTALDN_Top_imagename = Bug-GTAL69.png
Bug-GTA2-Larabie.png|[[Ray Larabie]]'s early design of GTA 2's Bug.
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}}
Bug-GTA2.png|A Bug in GTA 2 (<small>[[:Image:Bug-GTA2-ingame.jpg|In-game, with lights]]</small>).
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== Performance ==
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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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==Image Gallery==
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<gallery position="center">
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Bug-GTA2-Larabie.png|[[Ray Larabie]]'s early design of ''<nowiki>GTA 2'</nowiki>''s Bug.
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</small>).
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Bug-GTA2-ingame.jpg|A Bug in ''Grand Theft Auto 2'', with lights on.
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
|}
 
   
=== Performance ===
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==Variants==
In GTA 1 and GTA 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 GTA 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===
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{{Main|Monster Bug}}
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The '''Monster Bug''' is a monster version of the Bug seen in ''[[Grand Theft Auto 1]]'', having larger wheels and custom paintjob.
   
== Rewards when Crushed or Exported ==
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<gallery position="center">
When exported in good condition GTA 1, the Bug awards the player a base payment of $200 in [[Liberty City in 2D Universe|Liberty City]] and [[Vice City in 2D Universe|Vice City]], but only $100 in [[San Andreas in 2D Universe|San Andreas]]. Similarly, the Bug in GTA London may be exported for a base amount of £200 if delivered in mint condition. When [[Crusher|crushed]] in GTA 2, the Bug gives the player a [[Machine Gun]] in both districts.
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MonsterBug-GTA1.png|The '''Monster Bug'''.
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</gallery>
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===Big Bug===
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{{main|Big Bug}}
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Similar to the Monster Bug, the '''Big Bug''' is a lifted version of the Bug seen in ''[[Grand Theft Auto 2]]'', having larger wheels.
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<gallery position="center">
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BigBug-GTA2.png|The '''Big Bug'''.
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</gallery>
   
 
== Locations ==
 
== Locations ==
The Bug is present in nearly all classical GTA games, appearing in all three cities in GTA 1 ([[Liberty City in 2D Universe|Liberty City]], [[Vice City in 2D Universe|Vice City]] and [[San Andreas in 2D Universe|San Andreas]]), and in the GTA London 1969 mission pack. For GTA 2, the Bug only appears in the [[Downtown District|Downtown]] and [[Residential District|Residential]] districts of [[Anywhere City]].
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===''Grand Theft Auto 1''===
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*Easily found on the three main cities.
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===''Grand Theft Auto 2''===
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*Can be found on [[Downtown District]] and [[Residential District]].
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== Rewards ==
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=== ''Grand Theft Auto 1'' ===
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When exported in good condition ''[[Grand Theft Auto 1]]'', the Bug awards the player a base payment of [[Money|$]]200 in [[Liberty City (2D Universe)|Liberty City]] and [[Vice City (2D Universe)|Vice City]], but only $100 in [[San Andreas (2D Universe)|San Andreas]].
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=== ''Grand Theft Auto: London 1969'' ===
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Similarly, the Bug in ''[[Grand Theft Auto: London 1969]]'' may be exported for a base amount of £200 if delivered in mint condition.
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=== ''Grand Theft Auto 2'' ===
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When [[Crusher|crushed]] in ''[[Grand Theft Auto 2]]'', the Bug gives the player a [[Machine Gun]] in both Downtown and Residential districts.
   
== See also ==
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==See Also==
 
* [[Monster Bug]]
 
* [[Monster Bug]]
 
* [[Big Bug]]
 
* [[Big Bug]]
* [[Glitches|Bugs]]
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* [[BF Injection]] - Another vehicle based on the Volkswagen Beetle.
   
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[[Category:Vehicles in GTA London 1969]]
 
[[Category:Vehicles in GTA London 1969]]
 
[[Category:Vehicles in GTA 2]]
 
[[Category:Vehicles in GTA 2]]
[[Category:Small Cars]]
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[[Category:Compacts & Hatchbacks]]
[[Category:2-Door Sedans and Coupes]]
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[[Category:Buggies]]

Latest revision as of 20:48, April 24, 2016


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.

Description Edit

Design Edit

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 2 it has a more fictionalized design, being shorter, wider and possessing a grille - meaning its engine is at the front.

Version History GalleryEdit

Performance Edit

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.

Image GalleryEdit

VariantsEdit

Monster BugEdit

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 BugEdit

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 Edit

Grand Theft Auto 1Edit

  • Easily found on the three main cities.

Grand Theft Auto 2Edit

Rewards Edit

Grand Theft Auto 1 Edit

When exported in good condition Grand Theft Auto 1, the Bug awards the player a base payment of $200 in Liberty City and Vice City, but only $100 in San Andreas.

Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 Edit

Similarly, the Bug in Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 may be exported for a base amount of £200 if delivered in mint condition.

Grand Theft Auto 2 Edit

When crushed in Grand Theft Auto 2, the Bug gives the player a Machine Gun in both Downtown and Residential districts.

See AlsoEdit

NavigationEdit

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