Top 7 fastest trains in the world

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1. Fastest Train Worldwide, Shanghai Maglev – China

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Shanghai Maglev is the world’s fastest train with maximum speed of 431 km/h which reaches top speed in 4minutes from take off with 574 capacities of passengers.

2. Excellent Travel in Harmony CRH380A, China

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It’s 380 km/h speed model fastest train with fish head like front part and low weight alloy aluminium body materials which helps to reduce aerodynamic pressure and vibration free.

3. Enjoy the different types of Classes – AGV Italo, Italy

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AGV is fastest operating Europe train with maximum speed of 360km/h. It Operates between Rome and Napel with eco friendly structure, and different Club, Prima and Smart classes Seat types.

4. High speed Siemens Velaro E/AVS 103, Spain

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Siemens Velaro E is a family of high-speed EMU trains which runs at 350 km/h speed between Barcelona and Madrid. It consists of 8 Passenger cars and 404 seating capacity.

5. Experience the duck beak train of Spain – Talgo 350, Spain

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High speed Talgo 350 train also called as ‘Pato’ in Spain, operated between Madrid and Barcelona with 350 km/h speed. Its front designed like duck beak and has 2 driving and 12 passenger cars.

6. E5 Series Shinkansen Hayabusa, Japan

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An E5 Series Shinkansen Hayabusa high speed train operates between Tokyo and Shin- Aomoriith 320 km/h. The 15m long nose design helps to reduce air turbulence specifically when moving into tunnels.

7. Get Connect with Alstom Euroduplex, France

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Euroduplex is a multi-system double check high-speed train that connects French, Swiss, and German and Luxembourg railway networks. It is only interoperable train in the world with low power consumption, which travels at the speed 320 km/h.