The first Polish hybrid train Impuls 2 delivered to the customer

The ceremonial handover of the first hybrid trains produced by Newag for the West Pomeranian region took place in Szczecin on 21 January. This is reported by Railway Supply magazine citing the Newag website.

hybrid train Impuls 2
Picture: Newag

The West Pomeranian region was the first in Poland to order hybrid trains. Their official premiere was in 2019 at the TRAKO exhibition.

The first train in the series is colored amber, while the second is green.

Earlier, between 2013 and 2018, the West Pomeranian region has already ordered 40 Impuls trains from Newag.

The innovative hybrid train Impuls 2 type 36WEh is the first railway vehicle in Poland, which, in addition to electric motors, is also equipped with internal combustion engines that enable it to travel on non-electrified areas.

hybrid train Impuls 2
Picture: Impuls 2. Newag

The train can accommodate 302 people, including 150 seated. The salon is equipped with a fire extinguishing system, information board, GPS sensors. There are built-in bike racks and wheelchair ramps. The train reaches a speed of 160 km/h in power mode and 120 km/h in diesel mode.

The cost of one hybrid train is PLN 20 million (EUR 4.4 million).


Newag will supply four hybrid Impuls II trains

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