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"You could pop up in a mood ring, rock a stack perm, roll a doobie and crash the stock market. Or, for a faster 70s vibe fix, you could just purchase the Weevil. Some fashions are timeless."
Southern San Andreas Super Autos description.

The BF Weevil is a compact car featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of The Cayo Perico Heist update.


While the Weevil was originally released in the aforementioned update, it was not available until December 22, 2020, during the Holiday Bonuses 2020 event, where players could obtain it as a reward for completing certain requirements. It was later available for purchase on January 7, 2021, during the Weevil Week, with a discounted price for those who completed the aforementioned requirements.


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The Weevil is heavily based on the Volkswagen Type 1 "Beetle", combining elements from across the Beetle's production timeline with minimal deviations from the original design.

The vehicle's front fascia is based on pre-1954 Beetle models; its split window shape combines both pre-and-post 1953 designs, while its small-sized tail lamp cluster is most likely based on pre-1961 models[1], and its vented engine hood and interior is designed from the 1950-60s models. The stock Weevil omits the Beetle's characteristic running boards (which can be restored at Los Santos Customs) and features simplified bumper designs not seen on any production model Beetle. The Weevil also omits the Beetle's distinctive front bonnet handle.

While the Weevil seems to share the body style and some of the initial features from its off-road equivalent, the Injection, it appears to be modeled entirely from scratch. The front end features a small chrome flat bumper with a number plate at the centre, while a set of circular lamps with chrome trim can be seen on the outer sides, with the outer ones being the headlamps and the inner ones amber signals. The bonnet area features a curved compartment with details similar to the front of the Injection, albeit more in-line with the rest of the compartment (Weevil, like the Beetle, has its trunk in the front where the engine customarily resides, with the engine instead at the back).

The sides of the car feature wide fender arches, though still smaller compared to the Injection's bulky off-road fenders, while chrome trims are seen running across the vehicle. The cabin area follows the same shape and window layout as the Injection, but various differences can be found between these, being the straighter windows, no inner pillars on the door windows, and the larger split rear window with a flatter bottom. The doors are somewhat similar to the ones on the Injection but make use of traditional chrome handles and square-shaped rear-view mirrors.

The rear of the car is mostly predominated by the curved engine compartment, which features a vented section above the number plate section and a single handle on the bottom. The fenders have black housings with twin tail lamps, with the upper ones being red lamps and the lower ones turn signals. The lower area is basically composed of a chrome flat bumper and the twin exhaust tubes below.

The interior of the car is rather unique, featuring a vented unit at the centre and a glove compartment on the passenger side. The driver side makes use of "Dominator" dials, arranged in a way that the main gauges are beside the smaller fuel gauge, all of them above the steering column.

The primary colour of the car is applied on the portions above the chrome details, interior and the inner sections of the seats, while the secondary colour is applied on the portions below the chrome details and the outer portions of the rims. A trim colour is also available for the central mirror, doorcards, outer portions of the seats, and inner roof area. It uses a set of wheels similar to the "Classic Rod" rims available in Los Santos Customs but with high profile tyres, narrower rims and wider hubcaps.

Keeping with the original Volkswagen Beetle's reputation as a highly versatile, adaptable and customisable platform, there are over 90 modification options available for the Weevil. The plethora of options allows the car to adopt one or more of a variety of custom Beetle designs, each referring to a subculture or trend in which the Beetle was prominent. Options include a Cal-Style VW, Cal looker, hippie art car, dragster, Baja Bug, Volksrod, or rat rod profile, as well as a classic show car or a conventional motorsports design. The "Blackout Covers" option and camouflage liveries intend to evoke designs from the World War 2-era military Type 82/E Kübelwagen and Type 87 Kommandeurwagen.

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The vehicle has a decent top speed and good acceleration but suffers from its poor braking and traction. Uniquely, the vehicle has the ability to wheelie, being only the second non-muscle car after the Tornado Rat Rod (Sports Classics) able to do so, and it can also use this ability to assist acceleration, which is different from the latter.

Like the Injection and the BF off-road buggies, the Weevil is powered by a single-cam, Flat-4 engine with fully-animated timing belt and pulleys, coupled to a 5-speed gearbox in a rear-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout. It shares the same engine sound as the Issi Classic and Brioso 300.

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Category Modification Price Image
Armor No Armor $1,000
Armor Upgrade 20% $7,500
Armor Upgrade 40% $12,000
Armor Upgrade 60% $20,000
Armor Upgrade 80% $35,000
Armor Upgrade 100% $50,000
Brakes Stock Brakes $1,000
Street Brakes $20,000
Sport Brakes $27,000
Race Brakes $35,000
Bumpers Front Bumpers Stock Front Bumper $2,200
Bumper Delete $4,600
Plastic Splitter $7,400
Primary Splitter $11,700
Secondary Splitter $14,500
Carbon Splitter $14,700
No Bumper & Primary Splitter $14,900
No Bumper & Secondary Splitter $15,100
No Bumper & Carbon Splitter $15,300
Extended Bullbar $15,500
Buggy Bullbar $15,700
Baja Bullbar $15,900
Injection Bullbar $16,100
Chrome Extended Bullbar $16,300
Chrome Buggy Bullbar $16,500
Chrome Baja Bullbar $16,700
Chrome Injection Bullbar $16,900
Rear Bumpers Stock Rear Bumper $2,200
Rear Bumper Delete $4,600
Plastic Rear Bumper $7,400
Injection Rear Cage $11,700
Buggy Rear Cage $14,500
Baja Rear Cage $14,700
Chrome Injection Rear Cage $14,900
Chrome Buggy Rear Cage $15,100
Chrome Baja Rear Cage $15,300
Engine EMS Upgrade, Level 1 $9,000
EMS Upgrade, Level 2 $12,500
EMS Upgrade, Level 3 $18,000
EMS Upgrade, Level 4 $33,500
Exhausts Stock Exhaust $260
Chrome Exhausts $750
Big Bore Exhausts $1,800
Upswept Exhausts $3,000
Central Exhausts $9,550
Upswept Central Exhausts $9,750
Baby Stinger $10,500
Big Bore Stinger $12,000
Upswept Stinger $13,750
Side Stinger $14,625
Mega Stinger $15,500
Mega Side Stinger $16,475
Explosives Ignition Bomb $5,000
Remote Bomb $7,500
Fenders Stock Front Fenders $300
Headlight Hoods $900
Wire Stoneguards $1,500
Blackout Covers $1,700
Front Arch Extensions $2,000
Carbon Fenders $2,750
Chopped Fenders $3,300
Primary Chopped Fenders $3,900
Carbon Chopped Fenders $4,350
Fender Delete $5,000
Stock Rear Fenders $300
Rear Arch Extensions $900
Carbon Rear Fenders $1,500
Chopped Rear Fenders $1,700
Primary Chopped Rear Fenders $2,000
Carbon Chopped Rear Fenders $2,750
Fender Delete $3,300
Hoods Stock Hood $1,600
Secondary Hood $3,000
Carbon Hood $5,000
Foglight Hood $8,000
Secondary Foglight Hood $9,600
Carbon Foglight Hood $11,000
Hood Accessories None $200
Adventure Kit $750
Horns Main article: Los Santos Customs/Horns -
Lights Headlights Stock Lights $600
Xenon Lights $7,500
Neon Kits Main article: Los Santos Customs/Lights -
Livery None $11,400
Hot Rod Flames $18,240
Purple Flames $19,380
Backyard Camo $20,520
Arid Camo $21,660
BF Cup Car $22,800
Stronzo Racing $23,370
Evil Weevil $23,939
Barnfind $24,510
Forgotten Racer $25,080
Beatnik Beater $25,650
Tie Dyed $26,220
Flower Power $26,789
Peace, Man $27,360
Trippy Vibes $27,930
Love Machine $28,500[2]
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Plates Blue on White 1 $200
Blue on White 2 $200
Blue on White 3 $200
Yellow on Blue $300
Yellow on Black $600
Respray Main article: Los Santos Customs/Respray Colors -
Roll Cages No Roll Cage $700
Half Cage $1,100
Half Cage & Sports Seats $1,350
Half Cage & Street Seats $1,500
Cage & Drift Seats $2,750
Cage & Drag Seats $3,600
Cage & Race Seats $4,900
Cage & Carbon Seats $5,800
Roofs Stock Roof $200
Primary Sunstrip $700
Secondary Sunstrip $1,150
Vintage Rack $1,600
Seaside Getaway $1,950
Tire Rack $2,400
Offroad Rack $2,500
Vintage Rack & Board I $2,850
Vintage Rack & Board II $3,400
Vintage Rack & Board III $3,950
Basic Rack & Board I $4,500
Basic Rack & Board II $5,50
Basic Rack & Board III $5,550
Modern Rack & Board I $6,000
Modern Rack & Board II $6,350
Modern Rack & Board III $6,650
Modern Rack & Board IV $6,950
Sell Sell Vehicle
Skirts Stock Skirts $2,500
Basic Running Boards $5,500
Chrome Running Boards $8,000
Primary Running Boards $10,500
Secondary Running Boards $14,000
Carbon Running Boards $14,500
Offroad Kit $15,000
Spoilers None $6,000
Primary Race Wing $7,050
Carbon Race Wing $10,000
Primary Drag Wing $13,000
Carbon Drag Wing $14,000
Extreme Aero Wing $16,000
Suspension Stock Suspension $200
Lowered Suspension $1,000
Street Suspension $2,000
Sport Suspension $3,400
Competition Suspension $4,400
Race Suspension $4,600
Transmission Stock Transmission $1,000
Street Transmission $29,500
Sports Transmission $32,500
Race Transmission $40,000
Turbo None $5,000
Turbo Tuning $50,000
Wheels Main article: Los Santos Customs/Wheels -
Windows None $500
Light Smoke $1,500
Dark Smoke $3,500
Limo $5,000

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  • Once the player has completed all of Keinemusik's requests as VIP, CEO or MC President, the Weevil will be given as a reward to be collected at the top floor of the LSIA parking lot.
    • When entering the vehicle, the game will ask for a suitable location for the player to store the vehicle. Choosing a location will not move the vehicle directly, which is in a similar way to get the Paragon R (Armored).
    • The vehicle comes in a white paintjob, with a "Love Machine" livery.
  • Available for purchase from Southern San Andreas Super Autos for $870,000 or for $652,500 after completing all of Keinemusik's requests.



  • A weevil is a kind of beetle, which is a reference to its main inspiration.
  • The "Evil Weevil" livery could be a reference to the 1971 Hot Wheels Evil Weevil.
  • The Weevil has some references to Herbie The Love Bug, a fictional sentient anthropomorphic 1963 Beetle in popular culture:
    • The "BF Cup Car" livery appears to be based on the stock Herbie.
    • The "Stronzo Racing" & "Forgotten Racer" liveries both bear resemblance to NASCAR Herbie in the 2005 movie Herbie: Fully Loaded, the latter evidenced by its livery name & both by the sponsor stickers. The numbers on them (52 & 35) are also nods to Herbie's number 53.
    • The Weevil's wheelie ability is another reference to the franchise, as Herbie has the same ability.
  • In the Southern San Andreas Super Autos website image, the interior appears to display incorrect textures.
  • The default radio stations for the Weevil are FlyLo FM, Los Santos Underground Radio, Music Locker Radio and Soulwax FM.


  • Compared to the other exhaust options, the "Chrome Exhausts" and "Big Bore Exhausts" do not smoke and have no backfire effects, making them unfunctional if applied on the vehicle.

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  1. "We've had 23 years to straighten out our bugs." - A Volkswagen ad introduces the changes on the Beetles from 1949 to 1971.
  2. Can only unlocked by Keinemusik's Request missions.


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