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Is this Chinese prototype the shape of maglev train tech to come?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China rolled out a prototype of a state-of-the-art maglev vehicle that its developers said could herald cheaper and faster next-generation magnetic levitation train transport, even approaching the speed of some planes.Researchers at Southwest Jiaotong University unveiled the new maglev train and 165-metre (540 feet) test track in Chengdu on Wednesday.The train is designed to travel at up to 620km/h (385mph) but researchers said they were working to stretch that speed to 800km/h (497mph).The new…

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China rolled out a prototype of a state-of-the-art maglev vehicle that its developers said could herald cheaper and faster next-generation magnetic levitation train transport, even approaching the speed of some planes.Researchers at Southwest Jiaotong University unveiled the new maglev train and 165-metre (540 feet) test track in Chengdu on Wednesday.The train is designed to travel at up to 620km/h (385mph) but researchers said they were working to stretch that speed to 800km/h (497mph).The new…
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