Eurostar, operator of passenger trains between London and Paris, on Thursday unveiled its e320 train, so called because it can reach a speed of 320 kilometers per hour (199 mph).
Scheduled to enter service at the end of 2015, the e320 will be able to transport up to 900 passengers. Riders will get free WiFi, and each seat will have power.
Eurostar said customers will find ergonomically designed reclining seats and more luggage space aboard the e320.
The train’s livery and interiors were designed by Italian design house Pininfarina.
Eurostar said it has ordered seven more trains from Siemens, in addition to the 10 that were ordered in 2010.
Beyond its core routes of Paris, Brussels and Lille, Eurostar serves the French Alps, Swiss Alps and Geneva. Next May, Eurostar will begin serving Provence, stopping at Lyon, Avignon and Marseille.
At the end of 2016, the company plans to begin a route to Amsterdam with stops in Antwerp, Rotterdam and Schiphol Airport.