Stadler completed GYSEV EMU supply

Stadler has delivered all 10 Flirt EMUs to the Hungarian regional railway operator GYSEV, under the contract signed in 2016.
The order doubled operator’s fleet to 20 Flirt trains providing regional passenger service with on its whole electrified network.
The new vehicles meet the requirements of the newest TSI standards and also suit the latest collision norms, providing more safety to the loc driver, making the trains 2.8 meter longer than they predecessors. The 77.1 meter long 4-car units offer altogether 208 seats and a very dynamic acceleration ability, which enables the train to reach 120 km/h within only 39 seconds. The trains top speed is 160 km/h, but they will run with 120 km/h on GYSEV’s regional lines.
The Flirt EMUs feature spacious, multifunctional boarding areas that enable rapid passenger exchange. The multifunctional spaces and the more than 80% low-floor share provide more space for wheelchairs, bicycles and strollers. The EMUs are equipped with advanced cooling heating system, security cameras, WIFI, charging facilities for electronic devices, as well as box seats suitable for regional transport.
They are also able to operate in synchronous operation not only with each other, but also with the earlier purchased Flirt models.
The possibility of double or triple traction operation brings significant economic benefits to the operator. The car bodies and the bogies of the trainsets were manufactured in Stadler’s factory located in Szolnok, while the final assembly was executed in Stadler’s Polish factory in Siedlce.

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