The 4th generation Chevrolet Caprice is a series of full-size cars manufactured by Chevrolet from 1990 to 1996. It was available in a saloon and estate body style.
The Caprice is based on the B-body platform and came out as a modern redesign of the 1977 to 1990 produced 3rd generation model. It was also offered for authorities as the 9C1 police package model and as the 9C6 package for taxicab companies.
Throughout its production run, the Caprice received numerous model year changes that often included styling changes. In 1996, the Caprice and all other B-body platform models were discontinued.
Need for Speed: High Stakes
In the PC release, is not be selected for players in the menu but can be driven by swapping with an opponent driver. In the PlayStation release, it is available from the beginning of the game.
Using the Chevrolet Caprice in Hot Pursuit mode also unlocks the Police Corvette after arresting ten speeders.
A taxi variant only appears in a television commercial for the PlayStation release, but is not present in the game.
Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed
The Chevrolet Caprice appears in the PlayStation release of Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed as a non-drivable police vehicle.
- The Chevrolet Caprice, at one point in development, could be modified with upgrades in the PlayStation release of Need for Speed: High Stakes, even though there's no stock variant available in the final release.