Evil Weasel is an Electric-powered buggy with a 4WD drivetrain, classified under the Advanced rating. The vehicle possesses good top speed, reaching at 36 mph (58 kph), which fares well in its rating. Being a buggy, Evil Weasel has good traction on the ground, being very stable when cornering.
The vehicle however, possesses some flaws that limit its maneuverability. Gathering momentum at a coverage of only 1.95 m/s², Evil Weasel's acceleration is middling, only surpassing NY 54, Splat, and Groovster. The buggy's small lag on acceleration causes it to experience some difficulties climbing on uneven terrain. As a buggy, this impacts its off-road status.
Adding to the problem of maneuverability, Evil Weasel also suffers from a lackluster turning radius. Although certainly better than turning radius of Pole Poz, Evil Weasel's turning radius is wide enough that it will be forced to slow down slightly in corners in most circumstances. Its weight is dubious at times, only being heavier than R6 Turbo, occasionally becoming disoriented through Pickups.
Overall, Evil Weasel has a good top speed and grip, but its potential is vexed with mediocre aspects of acceleration, weight, and cornering ability.
- This car is not present in any of the various Re-Volt demos.
- Its folder name possibly refers to the flag design on the car's body.
- Evil Weasel's top speed in the mode Junior RC is 38 kph and in Console, Arcade and Simulation 58 kph.
- A model named Zebra.lwo was found in the leaked Re-Volt source code, which is quite similar to Evil Weasel. By considering their similarities, Zebra was possibly the first concept of Evil Weasel.
- Evil Weasel and RC Bandit are featured in Probe Entertainment's Intro Sequence, which also contained the company's mascot, the Probe UFO.
- Evil Weasel's car model is similar to that of RC Bandit, except it's slightly bigger than RC Bandit.