Description of OMSI 2 Add-on Digibus Mirage
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The Mirage is based on a late 1990’s low entry bus called the Optare Solo. It was a fully integral design that was set to replace numerous minibuses in current service that appeared after the de-regulation of the UK bus industry in the 1980’s, in line with the upcoming disability discrimination act. It was launched at the Coach & Bus Show in late 1997 and Optare walked away with over £9,000,000 worth of orders. It was a complete and total success.
Over two decades later it is still a popular choice with operators large and small, albeit in the form of the current generation of Solo, the SR. The OMSI 2 Add-on Digibus Mirage includes detailed exterior and interior models in two body lengths, the 850 and the 920. Thanks to authentic engine and misc sounds as well as a classic ticket machine from the 90s, the add-on creates a realistic atmosphere for the players.
- Exterior and interior models meticulously detailed using numerous reference photos and data
- Authentic engine and misc sounds
- Engine performance based on 122 hp turbo-charged 4 cylinder engine with 470 Nm of torque
- 4 speed automatic gearbox with manual shifter and lockout gears
- Two body lengths, the 850 & 920, plus two dashboard cluster variants
- Three external blind types: Rollerblinds, Flip-dot and L.E.D.
- Dashboard with working warning lamps, faults, switches and gauges plus unique engine start-up procedure, which also comes in two variants
- Classic ticket machine from the 90s which allows for up to 6 preset fares. It also includes a login sequence requiring the module to be inserted.
- Working wheelchair ramp, openable front / rear flaps and emergency exit
- 12 set-var variations include: Wheel trims, wheelnut indicators, blind configurations, interior adverts and more…
- 15 bundled liveries including demonstrators and well known operators of the time that purchased early versions of the Solo
- Templates are included to assist re-painters with their favourite livery recreations