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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

When the Russian tanks manufacturer makes the tram

Recently a Russian company, UVZ (Ural Vagon Zavod) showcased the commuter train or tram called the R1 (Russia One) that has a very futuristic looks and has several advantages than the existing today.

From the shape or design certainly cool, but more importantly, there is a technology that can make the train travel is much more comfortable and smoother despite the train tracks in unfavorable conditions.
A gleaming prototype of the Russia One (R1) tram being unveiled at an expo in Yekaterinburg. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1mNYQ6A)
For the front carriage where the driver is located, indeed shaped differently than usual with a slightly sloping windshield, it is useful to give the driver a wider viewing angle (30% wider) and facilitate the driver to see if there are people on his side.
A computer rendition of the interior of a Russia One (R1) tram. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1mNYQ6A)
In terms of aerodynamics does not support at all with such a form, but as this will be used as a commuter train with the speed is only about 24 km/h so there is not needed aerodynamic shape.

Inside, passengers are pampered with some features such as the LED lights that can change color to provide comfort, GPS, air conditioning, anti-bacterial handrails as well as Wi-Fi connection.
The R1 is scheduled to be launched in 2015 to carry passengers ranging from 190-270 passengers once way. As additional information, the UVZ known as the tanks manufacturer so it is not surprising also if the train looks so unique. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | URAL VAGON ZAVOD | THE MOSCOW TIMES]
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