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The following is a list of high-speed trains - those intended for regular operation at speeds over 200 km/h (125 mph).

High-speed trains (200 km/h or higher)
Name Service area(s) Manufacturer Design speed Maximum speed* Entered service
0 Series Shinkansen Japan Nippon Sharyo, Kawasaki Sharyo, Kinki Sharyo, Kisha, Hitachi 220 km/h 1964-2008
100 Series Shinkansen Japan Nippon Sharyo, Kawasaki, Hitachi, Kinki Sharyo, Tokyu Sharyo 270 km/h 1985
200 Series Shinkansen Japan Nippon Sharyo, Hitachi, Kawasaki HI, Tokyu 275 km/h 1982
300 Series Shinkansen Japan Nippon Sharyo, Hitachi, Kawasaki HI, Kinki Sharyo 270 km/h 325 km/h 1992
400 Series Shinkansen Japan Kawasaki HI 240 km/h 345 km/h 1992
500 Series Shinkansen Japan Hitachi, Kawasaki HI 320 km/h 1997
700 Series Shinkansen Japan Hitachi, Kawasaki, Kinki Sharyo, Nippon Sharyo 285 km/h 1999
N700 Series Shinkansen Japan Hitachi, Kawasaki HI, Kinki Sharyo, Nippon Sharyo 300 km/h 332 km/h 2007
800 Series Shinkansen Japan Hitachi 260 km/h 2004
Acela Express USA (Northeast Corridor) Bombardier 240 km/h 0 ? 2000
AGV not built Alstom 360 km/h 0 not built 2010
Alfa Pendular Portugal Fiat Ferroviaria (now Alstom) 220 km/h 0 ? 1998
AVE Class 100 Spain (MadridSeville) Alstom 300 km/h 357 km/h 1992
AVE Class 102 Spain (Madrid – Barcelona) Talgo, Bombardier 330 km/h 365 km/h 2005
AVE Class 103 Spain (Madrid – Barcelona) Siemens 350 km/h 404 km/h 2006
BR Class 370 ”Advanced Passenger Train“ Great Britain (LondonGlasgow, retired) British Rail 200 km/h 249 km/h 1981
BR Class 373 ”Eurostar“ EU (LondonParis/Brussels) Alstom 300 km/h 334 km/h 1993
BR Class 390 ”Pendolino“ Great Britain Fiat Ferroviaria (now Alstom) 200 km/h 225 km/h 2002
ČD Class 680 ”Pendolino“ Czech Republic Fiat Ferroviaria (now Alstom) 230 km/h 237 km/h 2004
CRH1 China Bombardier Sifang (Qingdao) Transportation Ltd, Bombardier 250 km/h 2007
CRH2 China Sifang Locomotive and Rolling Stock, Kawasaki Heavy Industries 250 km/h, 350km/h 2007
CRH3 China Tangshan Railway Vehicle, Siemens 350 km/h 2008
CRH5 China Changchun Railway Vehicles Co. Ltd., Alstom 250 km/h 2007
E1 Series Shinkansen Japan Hitachi, Kawasaki HI 240 km/h 1994
E2 Series Shinkansen Japan Hitachi, Kawasaki HI, Nippon Sharyo, Tokyu Car 275 km/h 362 km/h 1997
E3 Series Shinkansen Japan Kawasaki HI, Tokyu Car 275 km/h 1997
E4 Series Shinkansen Japan Hitachi, Kawasaki HI 240 km/h 1997
E5 Series Shinkansen Japan Hitachi, Kawasaki HI 320 km/h 2011
E6 Series Shinkansen Japan On order 320 km/h 2013
ETR 450 Italy Fiat Ferroviaria (now Alstom) 250 km/h 0 ? 1987
ETR 460, ETR 480 ”Pendolino“ Italy Fiat Ferroviaria (now Alstom) 250 km/h 0 ? 1993
ETR 470 ”Cisalpino“ Italy, Switzerland Fiat Ferroviaria (now Alstom) 200 km/h 0 ? 1993
ETR 500 Italy Fiat Ferroviaria (now Alstom), Firema, ABB-Tecnomasio, AnsaldoBreda 300 km/h 362 km/h 1992
ICE 1 Germany, Austria, Switzerland Siemens, ABB, AEG, Krauss-Maffei, Krupp, Thyssen-Henschel 280 km/h 310 km/h 1991
ICE 2 Germany Siemens, Adtranz 280 km/h 310 km/h 1996
ICE 3(M) Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, France Siemens, Bombardier 330 km/h 368 km/h 1999
ICE S Germany Siemens, Adtranz, AEG, DWA 330 km/h 393 km/h 1996
ICE T Germany, Austria, Switzerland Siemens, Bombardier, Alstom 230 km/h 255 km/h 2005
ICE TD (Diesel) Germany, Denmark Siemens, Bombardier 200 km/h 222 km/h 2001
ICE V Germany Siemens, AEG, BBC, Krauss-Maffei, Krupp, Thyssen-Henschel 350 km/h 407 km/h 1985
InterCity 125 (Diesel) Great Britain BREL 200 km/h 238 km/h 1976
InterCity 225 Great Britain BREL, GEC Alsthom (now Alstom) 225 km/h 262 km/h 1988
KTX-I Korea Alstom, Rotem 300 km/h 0 ? 2004
KTX-II ”Korean G-7“ Korea Rotem 350 km/h 352 km/h 2008
N700 Series Shinkansen Japan Hitachi, Kawasaki HI, Nippon Sharyo 300 km/h 2007
railjet Austria, Germany, Hungary Siemens 230 km/h 275 km/h 2008
TGV Sud-Est France (LGV Sud-Est) Alstom 270 km/h (original)
300 km/h (upgrade)
0 ? 1981
TGV Atlantique France (LGV Atlantique) Alstom 300 km/h 0 ? 1989
TGV Réseau
(TGV Thalys PBA)
France (LGV Atlantique
and ParisBrusselsAmsterdam)
Alstom 300 km/h 0 ? 1991
TGV Duplex France Alstom 320 km/h 0 ? 1995
TGV POS France (LGV Est) Alstom 320 km/h 0 ? 2008
TGV Thalys PBKA European Union (Paris – Brussels – Cologne / Amsterdam) Alstom 300 km/h 0 ? 1997
Velaro
(family)
Germany, Russia, Spain, etc. Siemens 350 km/h 404 km/h 1999
VR Class Sm3 Finland Fiat Ferroviaria (now Alstom) 220 km/h 248 km/h 1995
 * without special modifications to the train
 ? no maximum speed recorded
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