Siemens Modular Metro

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The Siemens Modular Metro is a family of electric multiple unit trains for rapid transit systems produced by Siemens Transportation Systems and used by rail operators around the world.wikipedia
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Siemens Inspiro

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Previously known as Modular Mobility, Siemens, whose rail equipment division has been renamed Siemens Mobility, still uses the abbreviation Mo.Mo ; however, these trains are no longer being made, having been replaced by Siemens's new Inspiro family of metro trainsets.
The company based its design on Mo.Mo vehicles previously produced for Vienna, Prague, Oslo and Nuremberg.

Siemens Nexas

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* Metro Trains Melbourne Northern Group and Caufield Group Lines: designated 'Siemens' trains, 72 three car sets from 2003.
The design of the trains was based on the Siemens Modular Metro.

MRT (Bangkok)

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* Bangkok MRT Blue Line: each train consists of two motor cars and a centre trailer car.
Currently 19 three-car metro trains, of the Siemens Modular Metro type, are used.

Siemens Mobility

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Previously known as Modular Mobility, Siemens, whose rail equipment division has been renamed Siemens Mobility, still uses the abbreviation Mo.Mo ; however, these trains are no longer being made, having been replaced by Siemens's new Inspiro family of metro trainsets. The Siemens Modular Metro is a family of electric multiple unit trains for rapid transit systems produced by Siemens Transportation Systems and used by rail operators around the world.

Taipei Metro C321

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The train design was based on the Modular Metro, while the exterior and interior dimensions and configurations are the same as the C301.

Kaohsiung Rapid Transit

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The rolling stock is based on the Siemens Modular Metro design manufactured by Siemens Mobility.

BTS Skytrain

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The rolling stock of BTS Skytrain, in use when the line opened in 1999, consisted of 35 Siemens Modular Metro trains from Siemens.

Vienna U-Bahn

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The U1, U2, U3, and U4 have two types of rolling stock: the older U/U1/U2 type (introduced in 1972) and the newer V type (introduced in 2002).

Electric multiple unit

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The Siemens Modular Metro is a family of electric multiple unit trains for rapid transit systems produced by Siemens Transportation Systems and used by rail operators around the world.

Rapid transit

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The Siemens Modular Metro is a family of electric multiple unit trains for rapid transit systems produced by Siemens Transportation Systems and used by rail operators around the world.

Vienna

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The vehicle concept was launched in Vienna in 2000 and is a modular concept allowing many variants of metro vehicles.

Porsche Design

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The design of the train bodies is by Porsche Design.

Stainless steel

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Many combinations of motor cars and trailers are possible, with individual vehicle lengths from 17 to 25 m and widths from 2.6 to 3.2 m. Stainless steel or aluminium construction is available, in three cross sections: straight sidewalls, sidewalls sloping at 3 degrees, and contoured.

Aluminium

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Many combinations of motor cars and trailers are possible, with individual vehicle lengths from 17 to 25 m and widths from 2.6 to 3.2 m. Stainless steel or aluminium construction is available, in three cross sections: straight sidewalls, sidewalls sloping at 3 degrees, and contoured.

Multiview projection

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Many combinations of motor cars and trailers are possible, with individual vehicle lengths from 17 to 25 m and widths from 2.6 to 3.2 m. Stainless steel or aluminium construction is available, in three cross sections: straight sidewalls, sidewalls sloping at 3 degrees, and contoured.

Metro Trains Melbourne

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* Metro Trains Melbourne Northern Group and Caufield Group Lines: designated 'Siemens' trains, 72 three car sets from 2003.

Shanghai Metro

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* Shanghai Metro: 28 six-car modular trains for Line 4, 10 trains for an extension of Line 1.

Line 4 (Shanghai Metro)

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* Shanghai Metro: 28 six-car modular trains for Line 4, 10 trains for an extension of Line 1.

Line 1 (Shanghai Metro)

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* Shanghai Metro: 28 six-car modular trains for Line 4, 10 trains for an extension of Line 1.

Taiwan

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Taipei Metro

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