Introduced to handle commuter traffic right up until the turn of the century, and beyond, the ÖBB 4020 reigned supreme throughout Austria’s key passenger routes – from the bustling cities to the rural mountain passes. Experience life in the cab of this classic unit as the ÖBB 4020 is ready for Train Simulator service!
By the 1970s, the ÖBB 4030 fleet was in its second decade of service, and with only limited units available, was struggling to cope with the ever-increasing demand that is the Austrian commuter network. A new electric multiple unit was required to take the strain, a unit capable of providing a suitable level of comfort – and faster journey times – for the many passengers that would be travelling on them.
The ÖBB 4020 fleet represented the latest standard for Austria’s railways, improving on previous units in many ways. A top speed of 120 km/h was a welcome introduction, as were the stronger brakes which allowed for faster journey times – even on the steeper routes. The spacious interior could comfortably sit 184 passengers plus stand even more, and this was easily doubled by coupling units together on peak-hour services.
Austrian Federal Railways took in their final ÖBB 4020 in 1987, by which point some of the previous ÖBB 4030’s had already been withdrawn. The reliable build of the 4020s secured their spot as prominent traction for the latter quarter of the 20th Century, and even when the brand new ÖBB 4023 & 4024 EMUs arrived on scene, the 4020s continued to operate on routes such as the Semmeringbahn, and riding on them across the mountains is still possible to this day.
The ÖBB 4020 for Train Simulator includes the 3-car EMU in both ÖBB’s classic blue & white, and the modern red & grey liveries with old and new logo options available – each livery also features clean and weathered variations.
Whether you choose to run your ÖBB 4020 on the new Mittenwaldbahn: Garmisch-Partenkirchen – Innsbruck route (available separately) or the Semmeringbahn - Mürzzuschlag – Gloggnitz route (available separately), you’re sure to have many hours of enjoyment from this classic Electric Multiple Unit.
Scenarios: The ÖBB 4020 EMU Add-on includes three challenging career scenarios for the Mittenwaldbahn: Garmisch-Partenkirchen – Innsbruck route (available separately):
To The Market
S5 from Scharnitz
Last Train to Innsbruck
Three-car Electric Multiple Unit in ÖBB’s classic blue & white and modern red & grey liveries
Classic cab controls and In-cab safety systems
Clean and weathered variations
Three challenging career scenarios for the Mittenwaldbahn: Garmisch-Partenkirchen - Innsbruck route
Quick Drive compatible
Download size: 227.6 MB
Internet connection and free STEAM-ACCOUNT for the activation required!
Notes: We provide a serial number with the purchase of this download version. Afterwards, you need to download this add-on via STEAM and activate it. This requires a STEAM account. Further information can be found in the installation instruction. To use this product you have to agree with the Steam Subscriber Agreement („SSA“).
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