Bus Simulator 21 Reveals Full Vehicle List in New Brands Showcase Trailer

There’s a new trailer available for the upcoming Bus Simulator 21, featuring the full line-up of vehicles you can drive when the title launches this September.

The original announcement back in May revealed that Mercedes-Benz would feature with seven buses in the title, but this is the first time we’ve seen other brands. Bus Simulator 18, the previous title, featured eight vehicles from Mercedes, Iveco, MAN, and Setra, and all four brands return along with six new manufacturers.

That makes for ten brands in total, with 30 buses in total. Mercedes and MAN top the list with seven apiece, but there’s still a wide variety of vehicle type and size, including debuts for double-deckers, articulated, and electric buses.

The full vehicle list is as follows:

Alexander Dennis (2)

  • Enviro200
  • Enviro500

Blue Bird (1)

  • SIGMA 12m

BYD (2)

  • BYD eBus 12m
  • BYD eBus 18m

Iveco (2)

  • IVECO BUS Urbanway 12m
  • IVECO BUS Urbanway 18m

Grande West (2)

  • Vicinity 30ft
  • Vicinity 35ft CNG

MAN (7)

  • Lion’s City
  • Lion’s City CNG
  • Lion’s City city bus
  • Lion’s City G
  • Lion’s City L
  • Lion’s City M
  • Lion’s City 18

Mercedes-Benz (7)

  • Citaro
  • Citaro K
  • Citaro G
  • CapaCity
  • CapaCity L
  • eCitaro
  • eCitaro G

Scania (1)

  • Citywide LF 12m

Setra (4)

  • Setra S 412 UL
  • Setra S 416 LE business
  • Setra S 417 UL business
  • Setra S 418 LE business

Volvo (2)

  • 7900 Electric
  • 7900 Electric

We’ve already heard from astragon Entertainment and stillalive studios about the game’s multiplayer, including co-operative mutiplayer, and the two maps – Angel Shores and Seaside Valley – based around fictional locations in North America and Europe. Time and weather cycles will also play a role.

You’ll be able to get your hands on Bus Simulator 21 on September 7 for PC, priced at $34.99 (£29.99/€34.99), and on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for $49.99 (£44.99/€49.99). There’s no dedicated next-generation version, though PS5 and Xbox Series players will of course be able to play via backwards compatibility.

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Comments (4)

  1. HarlemG27

    Bus simulator is a must have for wheel users. It’s relaxing, but you still have to focus and obey traffic laws, dodge potholes, people Jaywalking.. This is the next best thing to “city car driving”. I’m interested to see what new features are added

  2. Krakenous

    If the physics were bang on, and more importantly to me, they bothered to record accurate engine and exhaust sounds too for each bus (obviously besides the electric buses) then I’d probably be much more interested.

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