Putting passengers first
Whether it’s for connecting high population density zones or opening up rural areas, regional trains should offer much more than speed and mass transport. That is why the passenger has been placed at the heart of the Coradia Polyvalent design.
Coradia Polyvalent is available in electric or dual-mode (diesel and electric) version with three possible traction voltages: 25 kV 50 Hz, 1,500 V DC and for cross-border versions, 15 kV 16,7 Hz. Its maximum speed is 160 km/h.
There are three different train architectures available: three, four or six cars with seating capacity 162 to 366 seats. Train length is 56, 72 or 110 m. Multiple unit operation with a maximum of three trains to extend the capacity is feasible.
Coradia Polyvalent's flexible architecture allows operators to choose its interior layout and change it later as needed: seat arrangements, zones that can be adapted depending on season and region (racks for bicycles, skis etc.), work areas or leisure areas for families (screens, DVD players etc.).
Depending on uses and requirements, the Coradia Polyvalent range is available in three different configurations: suburban, regional and intercity.
Comfort on board
The flat floor throughout the train makes access and circulation on board Coradia Polyvalent much easier. Lighting is optimum, visibility is total and moving around the train is very fluid. There is easy access to the train because the entrance height is 600 mm at all entrances.