I don't know if this is an issue and I'm wrong but something is off with the ammeters in most of the german locos. Now, current is strictly proportional to the torque of any electrical motor (at any speed) so by logic the current AT ANY SPEED should always follow the tractive effort displayed on the accelerometer, plus or minus some losses in the conversion. For example, when you apply throttle the current should peak immediately to his max value for that applied torque and then, as speed builds up, go down. Instead what happens in the sim, the current slowly builds up as speed does (which is ridiculous as at zero speed the ammeter reports zero current, meaning no acceleration!), and then at some point decreases. Not only that but current and speed seem somehow linked. This is most evident in the new BR155, as speed increases the same amount of torque (20 kN/FN) translates in more and more current! But that makes no sense (at least in my head). What do you think? Am I completely bonkers?