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As Of Monday, May 18, 2020, India has become on of six countries that produces high horsepower locomotives indigenously. This happened with the introduction of the Electric Locomotive dubbed WAG12 (number- 60027), which produces 12,000hp (compared to the current locomotives that produce around 6,000hp) and is the first high horsepower locomotive that can operate on a broad gauge track. Additionally the locomotive can also operate on regular rail tracks as well as special tracks present in dedicated Freight Corridors.  The Electric locomotive has been built under the Make in India project and has been produced by Madhepura Electric Loco Factory situated in Bihar. The same facility will produce 800 such locomotives over an 11 year span. These locomotives are also designed to do speeds of up to 120kph though it has been tested up to 132kph. What do you guys think of the new most powerful Electric locomotive manufactured in India?



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A big congratulations to Madhepura Electric Loco Team

With all the specs it has underneath it, it's one of the powerful locomotive , but it does lack the design, with due respect design could have been more aerodynamic and in current avtar it looks more like and old school. 

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On 5/21/2020 at 7:29 PM, Janak J said:

热烈祝贺Madhepura Electric Loco Team


This car looks like it can hold a lot of passengers, and I hope it can play its best role.

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