Warsaw Subway designed by BMW

by Mark R

Well, we all know that BMW designs some high-end luxury vehicles, so why not have them design a Subway car?

This is the Inspiro. Seriously, that is what it is called. It is designed by DesignworksUSA to hit Polish tracks in Warsaw sometime in 2012.

You may notice its modern look, and it looks as advanced on the inside as it looks on the inside. It has a bigger interior than it looks, and it shows a lot of maps and other information for riders.

Of course, if you want to make a vehicle today, then it has to be green, right? Fortunately, the lightweight chassis is made from aluminum that can cut down on energy consumption, and the body of the train itself are 97.5 percent recyclable.

Just to let you know, I have no idea what the transportation is like in Poland. I think we all want an effective form of mass-transit, and this train certainly looks quite good. You will note how the bars branch out in the center pole.

I’m also not certain how fast this things goes. I know those ones at the airport go really quick, and I’m sure the ones in New York go pretty fast to get around the city on time.


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