The British Rail Class 720 Aventra is an electric multiple-unit manufactured by Bombardier, in use on Stepford Connect. These trains are formed of 5 coaches, and cost 1500 points.
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- All Class 720 units were extended from 4 to 5 coaches in The Big Update to reflect its real-life counterpart.
- These trains were unique for having their destinations in white Highway Gothic. This font was shared with all other Aventra trains and the Class 755 in SCR; but in the 1.4.1 Update, the colour of the Destination Board text was changed to Orange.
- In real life, these trains are numbered as 7201xx or 7205xx, however only the latter series can be found in SCR.
- This is the first Aventra train in SCR.
- Currently, this train and the Class 730 are the only Aventra trains left in the game, as Class 701 got removed in V1.1 and Class 345 was only an AirLink test train.
- When this train got upgraded to Next Generation, the train was given a yellow front like real life. It also has destination boards on the side.
- When this train got upgraded to Next Generation, there was a red line on some coaches which meant that there is a toilet in that coach.
- This train was the last train to get upgraded to Next Generation V2 by former PDV Mattyx2013.
- The new NGv2 version was mistaken by many people as the Class 701, a former train for Waterline removed due to it not suiting the line and its resemblance to the Class 720.
- These trains were renumbered into Class 720/5s in V1.6. Prior to the change, they were classified as 720/0s before V1.6, which don't exist in real life.
- This was the second train that received the new Stepford Connect livery. The first was the Class 380.
- This train is criticised for being flat and its shaping generally being quite inaccurate and squared.
- The roof on the car of the Pantograph was gone in V1.6.0 - V1.6.2.
- This train is unique for having carriage interlocking lights that are wide, unlike other trains which have square and tall interlocking lights.