Need for Speed instalments, it appears as a traffic car or scenery item.
- Need for Speed II and Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit feature a school bus, which is based on the GMC B-Series. In Hot Pursuit, the Bus can be seen in Hometown and Country Woods.
- Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit also has a second variant of the Bus. It looks similar to the 1982-1997 MCI Classic and can be seen in Empire City.
- The Bus appears in Need for Speed: High Stakes with two variants. One variant is based on the MCI MC-8, while the other variant is based on the MCI 96A3, which reappeared in Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed.
- In Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2, the Bus is based on the MCI 102 D3.
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- An unused school bus mesh can be found in the files of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2.
- The Bus can be found in the game files of Need for Speed: Underground and Need for Speed: Underground 2, but it is not utilised as a traffic vehicle in either of the games. It also has three different liveries in game files, but only one of them is used. It might be based on the MCI 102 A3.
- It can be encountered as a traffic vehicle in the GBA releases of Underground and Underground 2.
- Two lines of buses can be seen parked at the Rosewood Bus Station in Need for Speed: Most Wanted and Need for Speed: World - one lot up against the terminal wall, and the other in the parking lot. In Most Wanted, the former set can be driven over by driving up one of the ramps inside the terminal and through the upper story window. In World, the ramps are blocked off by traffic poles. Buses can also be seen parked in inaccessible carparks alongside Hickley Field and Riverfront Stadium.
- The buses parked in Need for Speed: Most Wanted are based on the City Bus featured in Burnout 3: Takedown.
- Buses can be encountered as traffic cars in Need for Speed: Undercover and reuse the model of the City Bus seen in Criterion Games' Burnout Paradise.
- Several buses can be seen in various settings of Seacrest County in Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010). The buses carry a Carson badge, which is a reference to a Burnout vehicle manufacturer. The Carson is reused in Need for Speed: The Run as traffic vehicle. However, its badge is removed in the game. Both buses bear a resemblance to the Mercedes-Benz Travego.
|Need for Speed II - Cars|
|Class C||Ferrari 355 F1* • Ford Mustang Mach III* • Italdesign Cala • Lotus Esprit V8|
|Class B||Ford Indigo • Italdesign Nazca C2* • Jaguar XJ220 • Isdera Commendatore 112i|
|Class A||Bomber BFS* • Ferrari F50• FZR 2000* • Ford GT90 • Lotus Elise GT1 • McLaren F1 • Tombstone*|
|Traffic||Army Truck • Audi 100 quattro • BMW 5 Series (E34) • Citroën 2CV • Convertible • Jeep Comanche • Jeep Wrangler • Lincoln Town Car Stretch Limousine • School Bus • Toyota Land Cruiser • Volkswagen 1600 • Volkswagen Beetle • Volkswagen Type 2 • Volvo 850|
|Hidden||Crate • Log • Monolithic Studios Bus • News Stand • Rock • Tram • T-Rex|
|* denotes Special Edition exclusive vehicles|
|Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit - Cars|
|Class C||Aston Martin DB7 • Ford Falcon GT* • HSV GTS VT* • Jaguar XK8 • Jaguar XKR** • Mercedes SL600|
|Class B||Chevrolet Corvette • Chevrolet Corvette Indy 500 Pace Car*** • Ferrari 355 F1 • Ferrari 456 M GT*** • Lamborghini Countach • Spectre R42***|
|Class A||El Niño • Ferrari 550 Maranello • Italdesign Nazca C2** • Italdesign Scighera* • Jaguar XJR-15 • Lamborghini Diablo SV • Lister Storm*** • Mercedes-Benz CLK-GTR|
|Pursuit||Pursuit Corvette • Pursuit Diablo • Pursuit El Niño* • Chevrolet Caprice** • Eagle Talon • Ford Crown Victoria • Ford Falcon EL* • Lamborghini LM002** • Land Rover Discovery|
|Traffic||Army Truck • Bus • Chevrolet Caprice Cab • Convertible • Ford Mustang Convertible • Jeep Comanche • Jeep Grand Cherokee • Land Rover Discovery • Plymouth HEMI 'Cuda • Van • Volvo 850|
|Italics denote Australian release vehicles, * denotes PC exclusive vehicles, ** denotes PlayStation exclusive vehicles, *** denotes PC exclusive add-on vehicles|