Japan's maglev train breaks new world speed record
The train was piloted by Jonathan Texiera and achieved a speed record during a non-commercial test run. The Shanghai Maglev has a length of 153 meters, a width of 3.7 meters, a height of 4.2 meters and a 3-class, 574-passenger configuration.
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