The Tube Of The Future London Train



Futuristic Transportation, The Tube Of The Future London Train, underground rail, metro, future vehicle, Siemens, Britain, Inspiro
A futuristic train that could on day become the future of underground rail travel has been unveiled.
A full-size concept model of Inspiro – a driverless train that is more energy efficient than current models in use with more creature comforts for commuters, will go on show at an exhibition in London.
Transportation, The Tube Of The Future London Train, underground rail, metro, future vehicle, Siemens
Siemens, the company behind the concept, has hinted that next generation Tube trains like Inspiro, which costs a whopping £1million a carriage, could be built in Britain if the mayor placed an order for the new trains.
Source: independent.co.uk
Transportation, The Tube Of The Future London Train, underground rail, metro, future vehicle, Siemens, Britain, Inspiro

Futuristic Transportation, The Tube Of The Future London Train, underground rail, metro, future vehicle, Siemens, Britain, Inspiro

Futuristic Transportation, The Tube Of The Future London Train, underground rail, metro, future vehicle, Siemens, Britain, Inspiro

Futuristic Transportation, The Tube Of The Future London Train, underground rail, metro, future vehicle, Siemens, Britain, Inspiro

Futuristic Transportation, The Tube Of The Future London Train, underground rail, metro, future vehicle, Siemens, Britain, Inspiro

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