Translated Description from PIKO: New for 2021: With the glass train, PIKO is putting another piece of train nostalgia on the tracks. The glass car body allows a glimpse into the interior, including figures that have already been inserted at the factory. A factory-installed interior lighting illuminates the passengers. The driver's desk is also illuminated. The light changes with the direction of travel alternating red / white. For operation in Austria, an SBS 65 single-arm pantograph was attached to the original in 1976. The Era IV model also depicts this special feature. The rest of the roof equipment is reproduced consistently with various roof pipes and insulators. A powerful Buhler motor gives the glazing from PIKO sufficient traction. Two additional rail grinders are attached for an optimal power supply. The digital version is factory-equipped with a decoder and sound. A special feature is the digitally controllable pantograph. All these functions can be retrofitted for the analog variant.