I already tested alot of things in the past, so when it is released i will be glad to know it was being tested beforehand.

Lets just wait for those trains at the moment, Anyways, do they have realistic train physics to them? --- Post updated --- Another question, what rail line is it?

It's Amtrak. Also I was thinking you could import a model from Train Simulator 2016 which has a P42DC and you could add to it. I will also start a designated thread. --- Post updated --- Also they need to be to scale. Like the P42DC is 69 feet long, 14 feet 4 inches tall, and 10 feet wide. An Amtrak Amfleet is 85 feet long, 9 feet 11.5 inches, wide and 12 feet 8 inches tall. --- Post updated --- Also they need to be to scale. Like the P42DC is 69 feet long, 14 feet 4 inches tall, and 10 feet wide. An Amtrak Amfleet is 85 feet long, 9 feet 11.5 inches, wide and --- Post updated --- Could you do more videos of it crashing with severe damage? And will it have passenger views.

Also they need to be to scale. Like the P42DC is 69 feet long, 14 feet 4 inches tall, and 10 feet wide. An Amtrak Amfleet is 85 feet long, 9 feet 11.5 inches, wide and Will it be to scale and will the tracks gauge be 4 ft 8 1/2 inches?

Can you do a video of it derailing at high speed? --- Post updated --- And you probably need to make the cars longer.

Yes, they are their main diesel engines. They are also known as the Genesis Series having 3 different versions. The P42DC, P40DC, and the P32AC-DM. We are working on the P42DC. Oh and I have an idea. We could import a P42DC from Train Simulator 2016, but I would like to try to model it first. If that doesn't work, we could import it and J-Beam it.