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Brand New 620 km/h Maglev Prototype

China showcased its newest maglev iteration, a prototype train with a designed speed of 620 km/h (385 mph) in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province. It uses the groundbreaking high-temperature superconducting (HTS) maglev technology for levitation and propulsion. Let's see all the details!

New Generation Of Maglev Gadgets

Magnetic levitation technology is advancing at an unprecedented pace. China is introducing new maglev trains every few years, and Japan's first high-speed maglev construction is well underway. The technology might not trickle down as-is to gadgets available for the enthusiasts, but there is a clear impact on the popularity and ...

The New Generation CRRC Maglev 3.0

The next-generation Chinese medium-low speed maglev doubles the first generation's top speed, and it becomes driverless. This new version of the CRRC maglev trains will elevate the intercity transit in China – and possibly abroad. Most of the R&D work is done in Hunan Province, which received a new nickname: ...

Incheon Airport Maglev

The first commercial maglev line in South Korea is the success of a three-decades-long development project. The initial idea for using magnetic levitation in public transportation popped up in the 80s, with the first vehicles, the HML-01, and HML-02 ready to be tested in 1986. The South Korean public could ...

Answering Google Search Questions

If you look up "Maglev is..." on Google, it's going to autofill the most popular questions that people have submitted into the search engine. So it would be just logical to answer the most commonly asked questions related to magnetic levitation. So here we go.