The Indian Railways may soon modify the paint scheme of the Vande Bharat Express, a semi-high-speed train. Vande Bharat’s current colour pattern is white with blue stripes, however, according to certain sources, this may alter shortly.
According to a railway official, Railway Minister Ashwani Vaishnaw will visit the Integral Coach Factory (ICF) in Chennai, where the Vande Bharat trains are manufactured, and will likely approve the new colour scheme. Some images of Vande Bharat Express trains with the new colour scheme are doing the rounds.
Vande Bharat Express’s indigenously developed train set is outfitted with cutting-edge passenger comforts. It will make train travel quicker, more pleasant, and more convenient for passengers.
Vande Bharat Express trains have a plethora of superior facilities that provide passengers with a world-class pleasant travelling experience as well as innovative state-of-the-art safety measures such as KAVACH technology. Each train includes bogies with completely suspended traction motors capable of 160 kmph operation. The innovative state-of-the-art suspension system offers smooth and safe travel as well as increased passenger comfort.
The train was designed to reduce Indian Railways’ carbon footprint by eliminating power cars and saving up to 30% on electricity with an efficient regenerative braking system.
Furthermore, the design of these trains helps with Indian Railways’ environmental commitment. The Vande Bharat Express helps save around 30% on electricity by removing power cars and implementing an innovative regenerative braking system, hence reducing the railroads’ carbon footprint.
With the addition of the Gorakhpur-Lucknow and Jodhpur-Sabarmati lines, the country now has 50 operating Vande Bharat routes, giving a substantial boost to connectivity and passenger experience across India.