Beijing, China – Three new types of domestically developed Fuxing trains designed with varying top speeds were unveiled by China’s state rolling stock manufacturer CRRC just after Christmas, including new versions – a longer train and two lower-speed versions.

The 250 kph CR300BF Fuxing Bullet train is one of a series of China Standardized EMUs. It can be applied to different infrastructures and different passenger flow lines to meet the diverse transportation service needs with low energy consumption and high cost performance.

The Configuration form of the CR400AF-B and CR400BF-B Fuxing Bullet Train with a speed of 350 kph is extended to 17 cars. The trains, which are 440 metres long and can seat 1,283 passengers, are the longest high-speed trains in China.

With a maximum speed of 350 kph, the trains will be deployed on the Beijing-Shanghai railway throughout January. Two other Fuxing trains running at maximum speeds of 250 kph and 160 kph will also be deployed on the network. With more spacious seats, more power outlets, USB ports, more ample legroom and other passenger-friendly services, all trains in the Fuxing series are more comfortable than older and slower trains.