Top 10 Fastest Train in the World.

By Kumar Jitendra

One of the world's fastest speed trains is the Siemens Velaro, which has its origins in Spain. During its test run in Spain, it reached a speed of roughly 400 kph. However, the maximum operating speed is 350 kmph. On the Barcelona-Madrid railway, the rain runs.

1. Siemens Velaro E/AVs 103: - 400 kmph

TGV Pos, run by the French Rail Company, travels at a speed of 200 mph between Paris, Eastern France, and Southern Germany. With a top speed of 357 mph, the TGV Pos set the record for being the fastest train in the world in 2007.

2. TGV POS - 357 mph

Although the CRH380A Hexie's top speed is 236 mph for commercial operations, during testing it hit a record-breaking 302 mph. One of four Chinese train series created on high-speed main lines is this one.

3. CRH380A Hexie – 302 mph

One of the world's fastest trains and with some of the most costly tickets is the Shanghai Maglev. It starts at Pudong International Airport in Shanghai and terminates at Longyang Metro Station outside of Shanghai. The magnetic levitation system allowed the train to travel its whole route in about seven minutes.

4. Shanghai Maglev - 267 mph

The Hemu-430 X from South Korea was designed to travel at a top speed of 267 mph, but it only managed to do it at 262 mph. Korea is still the fourth nation in the world to create a train that travels at this speed, though.

5. Hemu -430 X: - 262 mph

The Chinese word Fuxing Hao translates to "rejuvenation," while the code CR400BAF/BF is branded with the nicknames "Dolphin Blue" and "Golden Phoenix," respectively. Chinese Railways is the CR's full name. Between Beijing South and Shanghai Hongqiao Station, both trains run.

6. Fuxing Hao CR400AF/BF: - 249 mph

The Frecciarossa 1000 from Italy travels at an astounding 245 mph. Milan, Rome, Venice, and Florence are all on the route. Italy, on the other hand, has set a speed restriction of 190 mph, despite the Frecciarossa 1000 apparently reaching a speed of 245 mph in 2016.

7. The Frecciarossa - 245 mph

This Japanese train travels at a top speed of 224 mph. The train runs between Tokyo and Osaka, reducing the distance traveled from seven to four hours. One of the quickest trains in their nation's regular commercial operation is this one.

8. Shinkansen H5 and E5 - 224 mph

The 205 mph Deutsche Bahn ICE travels between Berlin and Munich. One of Germany's quickest trains, it passes through the beautiful German landscape.

9. Deutsche Bahn ICE - 205 mph

One of South Korea's quickest rail systems is Korail KTX. This train line runs from the east coast town of Gangneung to the west coast airport of Incheon. With this train, the trip takes only two hours instead of six.

10. Korail KTX -  205 mph