AeroLiner3000 Double-Deck High-Speed Train Concept for UK

AeroLiner3000 Train offers futuristic yet realistic train design, it has aerodynamics, elegance, and efficiency to delight passengers in the UK. The design company believes that this project is the future of train travel, it adopts aerospace engineering to create double-deck high-speed train with the help from German Aerospace Center (DLR). The pioneering design allows for lightweight construction with interactive control system, this train was presented at InnoTrans 2016 in Berlin.

AeroLiner3000 Concept Train by Andreas Vogler

AeroLiner3000 Concept Train by Andreas Vogler

Andreas Vogler, a Munich-based Swiss Architect, says that in aviation, lightweight is top priority, by applying the same principle, AutoLiner3000 offers lightweight construction that can change the world of rail vehicles. This concept train design uses engineering and design methods of aviation, featuring advantages such as less weight, more seats, and increased efficiency. The operating and maintaining costs can be dramatically reduced, including CO2 emissions. It’s safe to say that this train meets basic requirements of a train project oriented to improve 4Cs: costs, capacity, carbon, and comfort.

AeroLiner3000 has been designed as a double-decker train, it could be the first in GB since due to small gauges, this option was not considered previously. The interior of this train can offer more flexibility with up to 30-percent more seats. This can also mean that overloading British railway system can be improved without a multibillion dollar infrastructure renewal. Passengers can enjoy traveling just like in a Business jet.

AeroLiner3000 Concept Train by Andreas Vogler

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