|KTX II National|
|Set||KTX-II Liner II|
|Offer Type||Offer Date||Cost||Buy XP||Level||Restrictions|
|Special||6 Feb 2018||175||71,470||90||Limit 2|
|Vintage||2 Sep 2018||150||71,470||50||Limit 3|
| KTX-II, or KTX-Sancheon, is a South Korean high-speed train built by Hyundai Rotem in the second half of the 2000s and operated by Korail since March 2009. With a top speed of 305 km/h (190 mph), the KTX-II is the first commercial high-speed train developed in South Korea. The KTX-II consists of two traction heads, that is the power cars at both ends, and an articulated set of trailers for passengers in-between; but the number of intermediate cars is eight, and no intermediate car is powered. Two sets can be coupled together with automatic couplers of the Scharfenberg type. The couplers and the surrounding structure form an integral unit, the so-called front ends, which were supplied by German industrial company Voith. The vehicles received a new exterior front shape, designed by French design studio MBD Design. The aerodynamic shape was inspired by the cherry salmon, an indigenous fish.|
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