- ❝ An aptly-named European subcompact.❞
- ―In-game Description.
The car draws details from Japanese and European designs, its primary inspirations being the third generation Nissan Micra and the first generation Ford Ka. The car also resembles the 2007 Fiat 500 in terms of stance and overall profile. The front end resembles that of most late 2000s Kia products, namely the third generation Kia Rio sedan and the Kia Forte, even including a tiger nose-like grille.
The car also, albeit slightly, resembles the 2013/14 Vauxhall Adam, as well as the 2012 Volkswagen Beetle from behind, most notably its taillights, license plate space position, and dashboard composition. Its electric counterpart from Watch Dogs 2, the 200 EV, has a more extroverted-looking rear face. Its engine sounds more like the 2017 Fiat 500e due to its electricity.
The Bogen 200 should only be used for travel since its lack of durability can cause the Bogen 200 to be disabled easily by a full clip from a shotgun or being hit by stronger vehicles, thus making the Bogen 200 an unsafe choice to bring in police chases. Despite all the negatives, this little vehicle, along with other budget vehicles, can squeeze through narrow alleyways with ease.
The vehicle is powered by a transversely-mounted 4-cylinder engine, coupled to a 5-speed gearbox in a front engine, front wheel drive layout.
- Watch Dogs
|N/A||Inline-4 (In-game model)||Front engine, front wheel drive||5|
- Watch Dogs 2
- Most commonly driven in Sausalito and Oakland
- Available in the Total Motors car dealership, for $7,500.