The train can accelerate to an incredible speed of up to 600 km/h.
China's CRRC Corporation has developed a new generation of high-speed trains. The company remains confident that one day its invention will be known as the fastest train in the world. Currently, this title belongs to a Japanese train from the Central Japan Railway Company, and it is known to reach the speed of 603 km/h.
The length of braking of the Chinese train is 10 km, which is 6 km less than that of its predecessor. Only commercial viability of the project remains in doubt. Unfortunately, building and maintaining high-speed railways can be a tremendous burden on a budget.
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