In GTA: San Andreas the bus takes on a new appearance, resembling an older and cheaper Coach to an extent. In GTA IV, the Bus is again, a rare sight in the city, with a newer model resembling a Orion V CNG (but the windshield is angled evenly) but the side windows (and the way the back is angled) look more like the ones from an old GM New Look Bus (or a Flxible New Look bus) but more modern. In GTA IV the bus is manufactured by Brute. Strangely, it is virtually impossible to find the Bus driving around anywhere in Liberty City - it can only be seen driving in Francis International Airport or on the ring-road that surrounds the airport's car park. The Bus can also be seen driving around elsewhere in the City although these occurrences are very rare. The Bus will sometimes spawn in during GTA IV's mission chase sequences, as set pieces, acting as an obstacle, to increase the difficulty of the mission. An example of this is in Brucie's Mission: Search and Delete. Any other time the Bus is encountered - e.g. at Star Junction - it will simply be parked. The GTA IV Bus allows up to 15 passengers to travel in the vehicle in addition to the driver (this is only possible during Multiplayer). In all other games of the series, the Bus could carry two people, including the driver. The GTA IV Bus is frail by comparison with most other large vehicles when it is in a hail of bullets.