The I11 coaches are modern UIC-Z coaches of the SNCB. They are suitable for speeds up to 200 km/h. Air-conditioned, they offer good comfort conditions with an interior noise level of only 65 dB at 200 km/h.
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- Realistic driving
- TBL1 +
- Dead-Man Feature
- Imposed speed
- Realistic headlights and lantern system
- Realistic sounds
- Compliant markings and signage
- Autostart (CTRL+Z)
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