Fluidity of movement and accessibility for all
Coradia Liner V200 ensures easy boarding and fluid circulation throughout the train for all passengers. Wide doors combined with low floors and automatic gap-fillers allow all passengers to board the train easily, whether they have young children, are carrying luggage or in a wheelchair. The train thus respects the most recent European STI accessibility regulations.
Variable configurations for all operating scenarii
Coradia Liner V200 exists in different configurations with 6, 8, 9 or 10 cars. For example, it can accommodate up to 1,000 passengers in 2 combined units of 10 cars and run at 200 km/h.
Coradia Liner V200 has distributed traction that uses permanent magnet motor technology for optimising acceleration and braking. It comes in electric or hybrid (thermal/electrical) and dual voltage versions (1,500V or 25 kV). The train’s front end has been designed to create a unique identity and improved performance.
The Coradia Liner V200 is 100% customisable according to the needs of the operator: configurations, classes, doors, interior design and on-board services.
A legacy of high technology at the service of economical operation of intercity trains
Coradia Liner V200 benefits from the most recent technical solutions developed for the Coradia range of trains, combining 30 years’ experience and a policy of continuous improvement, to offer the operator technical solutions which are both innovative and proven.
Compact, light and powerful, the synchronous permanent magnet motors are able to recover energy generated during braking, returning it to the power supply network. At the same time, the mass of the train (and thus, its energy consumption) has been significantly reduced.
These innovations lead to a significant decrease in energy consumption, with the consequent economic and environmental benefits.
The Coradia Liner V200’s distributed traction and permanent magnet motors give the train excellent acceleration and braking capacity, leading to improved journey times between stations.
Coradia Liner V200 is designed from the outset with a focus on total cost of ownership. The layout of the roof-mounted equipment enables obstacle-free access in the workshop, making it simpler and faster for maintenance personnel to get to and thus reducing maintenance costs.
Thanks to TrainTracer, the train permanently communicates its functional status and location to the maintenance teams, allowing them to anticipate operations and have all the latest diagnostic information available to better programme interventions – always with the aim of optimising maintenance.