Bingo Cruz thinks he’s had the perfect and complete life – and ultimately deserves the Beetle car as his college graduation gift. This is after being the goody-goody son who remorsefully follows the strict codes of his parents for years. But when his mother reveals that his deceased father wasn’t his real dad – and that his biological father lives and owns a business in a far-flung province up north, he will gather his childhood friends, Calvin Lopez – a moviestar, and Jay Salvacion – a college dropout, to go on in a masked road trip finding his dad. Calvin is getting tired of his busy showbiz schedules that he longs to have a time for himself. This trip is an escape for him. Jay doesn’t seem to know his priorities – his education suffers – as his lovelife seems to sit on top of it. This trip is a time to reevaluate. Along the way, the Beetle – although has remained to be a road novelty and a subject of that classic Pendong game where a man hits someone who is standing next when he sees a Beetle [popularly called as Kotseng Kuba] – will be the cause of numerous mishaps along the way. They will pick up a sexy, vixen lady LEXY – who becomes the subject of their trip’s desire. Lexy will instead give them not just hard-ons but will put them between a rock and a hard place eventually. As their situation escalates into worse times – funny but bumpy episodes will prove to be a relief in their long, arduous journey. Until they discover in the end that they should’ve not gone further looking – as search for answers have already been inside them, near them – they just have to learn it and realize for themselves.