Bright red Italo

Italy's Italo train debuts April 28 and will connect Milan, Rome, and Naples. It's being billed as the most advanced train in Europe. Italo's bright red locomotives and cars are a nod to Ferrari, whose chairman Luca di Montezemoto heads operator Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori.
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Italo windows

Windows on the Italo are 20 percent larger than other high-speed trains in Italy, according to NTV.
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Italo logo

Italo's logo features a stylized hare to convey speed.
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Digital display

This digital display on the outside of an Italo carriage door shows the train's destination.
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Inside the driver's cabin

Inside the train driver's cabin. Italo trains can travel up to 186 mph -- not the fastest in the world but still respectable. The record for fastest commercial service depends on several factors, but Shanghai's Maglev Train can run at 268 mph.
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Smart class

A coach in Italo's Smart class, the most economical.
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Club class seating

Deluxe seating in Italo's Club class.
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On-board outlets

Passengers have access to on-board Wi-Fi and electrical outlets.
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Comfy carriage

A swishy drinks station in an Italo coach. For a closer look inside Italo's carriages, see this page.
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