Get to know a bus from the 1960s that was built for the USSR states – discover the new Add-on Coachbus 250 now.
The Ikarus 250 is a coach built from the late 1960s until the late 1990s, making it the first bus from the 200 series.
The bus features a manual 6 speed transmission. Its engine is mounted in the rear and drives the rear axle using a single disk dry clutch. When empty, the coach weighs in at 10.7 t and its permissible total weight is 16 t.
Depending on the country that operates it this Russian coach is built with a different engine, making it perfectly suited to local requirements. This add-on also features a total of 22 different variations of the Ikarus 250, representing numerous versions built over 5 years.
Ikarus 250.59 / 1984
Ikarus 250.59 / 1984 low
Ikarus 250.59 / 1986 lux
Ikarus 250.59 / 1986 lux low
Ikarus 250.59 / 1986 Standart
Ikarus 250.59 / 1986 Standart low
Ikarus 250.59 / 1987 lux
Ikarus 250.59 / 1987 lux low
Ikarus 250.59 / 1987 lux1
Ikarus 250.59 / 1987 lux1 low
Ikarus 250.59 / 1987 Standart
Ikarus 250.59 / 1987 Standart low
Ikarus 250.59 / 1988 lux
Ikarus 250.59 / 1988 lux low
Ikarus 250.59 / 1988 lux1
Ikarus 250.59 / 1988 lux1 low
Ikarus 250.59 / 1988 Standart
Ikarus 250.59 / 1988 Standart low
Ikarus 250.59 / 1990 lux
Ikarus 250.59 / 1990 lux low
Ikarus 250.59 / 1990 Standart
Ikarus 250.59 / 1990 Standart low
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D-33142 Büren, Germany
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OS: Microsoft Windows 7 / 8 / 10
Processor: Dual Core CPU with 2.8 GHz
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: 1 GB VRAM
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 800 MB available space
Additional Notes: OMSI 2 – The Omnibus Simulator v2.3.001
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