The company itself has determined what trains it will look and feel. "Leo Express, along with CRRC, has developed a new type of electrical appliance whose design and concept is owned by our company," said Peter Kohler, Chief Executive Officer.
Trains have low floor access and luggage storage. Wagons will include upper-class compartments and children's wards. Like the current Leo Express, the trains will be black and yellow.
The new Leo Express train will be operational by 2020.
PHOTO: Leo Express
"The device will be multi-system and hybrid-it means that it will be able to travel anywhere along the central European railways," Kohler added.
Trains arrive in Europe by boat in the second half of the year. They will be tested on the Velim chain. Once approved for operation, they will be located on routes in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland. "We then plan to be located in other European countries," said company spokesman Emil Sedlarick. On what routes will new cars travel, the company did not.
New trains have to arrive in the second half of the year.
PHOTO: Express Leo, CTK
New trains are also planning to deploy the race, reminded CTK. RegioJet expects 16 new Astra vehicles from Romania this year, preparing other regional line trains. For example, Czech Railways already produce 21 electrical RegioPanter kits. The company also competed for 90 cars for Prague-Hamburg and other regional transport units.