LINT. The abbreviation LINT stands for "Lightweight Innovative Commuter Service Cars" in German. These streamlined, two-part trains come in 2 versions, with low platform and high platform entries, 16 seats in 1st class, 98 in 2nd class, 15 fold-down seats, and 103 places for standing. These trains have generously sized restrooms, automatic ticket machines, and they offer entry ramps for handicapped people. In the depressed area the floor is lowered to 58 cm / 22-13/16" (78 cm / 30-11/16" on the LINT 41H). The train reaches a maximum speed of 120 km/h / 75 mph. It can be coupled easily to other powered rail car trains by means of Scharfenberg couplers and can be used in multiple unit operation.
The prototype train is being used as demonstrator unit by the builder Alstom.