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- Supported version of OMSI
- OMSI v2.x
- Prerequisite commercial expansions
- VanHool generation series ( gratis)
In 1997, both the A320 and the A330 proposed. Both share the same chassis buses other type ( type 320 ). They only differ as regards the position of the motor and the floor height is concerned. When the A320 is the engine - just like the A360 - lying and implanted back of the bus. The type can be delivered as a two-door, three-door version.
The A320 is different in appearance from the A360 by the position of the windows and the second door. In an A320 there are three windows between first and second door, when the A360 are only two. Also, the second door is located closer to the rear axle.
The floor level of the A320 is like the A330 over the bus kept flat, there are no steps. Well sloped floor by the position of the horizontal engine light toward the rear. It is nice to see the three-door version :. Because after all, a step in the third door appears