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Mireo Bwegt (3+3 car)
   
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Sep 9 @ 1:06pm
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Mireo Bwegt (3+3 car)

In 2 collections by Nostrix
Siemens Mireo
6 items
Nostrix's Complete Collection of Trains
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Description
Siemens Mireo (Bwegt)
The Siemens Mireo is an EMU designed by Siemens Mobility. It is designed to be a successor to the "Mainline" variant of the company's Desiro EMUs. The train first entered revenue service with Deutsche Bahn in June 2020 and was assigned the class designation 463. These units are serviced in Baden Württemberg and are painted with the state-wide Bwegt Livery.

OTHER LENGTHS:
3 Car
6 Car

Prop version can be found here

Technical Details
Passenger Capacity:
70 passengers per car

Maximum Speeds:
All variants: 160kmh

Train lengths:
3 car: 70m
6 car: 140m


Other Information:
  • Texture size: 2048x2048
  • LOD Texture size: 128x128
  • optimised textures: all cars use the same texture
  • Custom LODs

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Acknowledgements
Credit to Danoir for the awesome screenshots.

Keywords for Workshop Search: Germany, Deutsche, Bahn, DB, Siemens, Mireo, Desiro, Bwegt, Baden, Wurttemberg, Regional, BR, 463
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3 Comments
tyolhr Sep 19 @ 8:02am 
Great work as always! However, I have some common problems with lights on your train assets. Always-on headlights and taillights don't switch when the train changes its direction. Also, nighttime headlights don't work if the always-on taillights are on in the direction of travel. I have subscribed to Additive Shader and activated it. Please check the settings of the lights if you have time.
Nostrix  [author] Sep 13 @ 2:42am 
You are able to change the capacity of each car with Advanced Vehicle Options if you'd like the train to hold more passengers. The link to the mod: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1548831935&searchtext=advanced+vehicle+options . The 3-car train has a capacity of 220 seats, which translates roughly to 70 passengers per car.
techgeneral8 Sep 12 @ 10:32pm 
it looks great, keep up the good work and maybe next time make some that can hold up to 200 maybe even more people in each coach