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On 17 May 2023, Deutsche Bahn announced that it had ordered a further 73 ICEs.
On 25 February 2023 Crossrail brought ICE 3neo unit 8006 (408 006) from Germany to Brussels.
One of the contracts currently being carried out by Talgo are the ICE L trains for DB.
On 5 December 2022, DB introduced its latest ICE generation into service.
On 15 November 2022, Deutsche Bahn announced that it had commissioned Alstom Transport Deutschland and Siemens Mobility to independently develop concepts for Germany's new high speed trains 3.0.
On 22 September, Siemens Mobility announced at InnoTrans that it will deliver 21 Vectron Dual Mode (DM) locomotives to DB as part of the September 2020 framework contract with DB.
A model of the TRAVCA electric locomotive, which will haul the Type Talgo 230 non-powered units (NMUs) at DB Fernverkehr, was on display at the Talgo stand.
After the ICE 4 had already visited Austria several times for various test programmes, extended tests with the units 9216 + 9217 were carried out on various ÖBB lines in early May.
On 1 February 2022, DB and Siemens presented 408 003, one of the ICE 3neo high speed trains.
On 5 February 2019 DB awarded Talgo a framework contract for up to 100 trains designated Talgo 230.
On 2 June 1991, the first ICEs started regular passenger service, so that this moment was celebrated almost exactly 30 years later.
On 19 January 2021, Deutsche Bahn has awarded Siemens Mobility a contract for the Type IS 600 revision of 40 Class 412 EMUs.
On 15 July 2020 DB and Siemens Mobility signed a contract worth around 1 billion EUR for 30 new ICE 3 Velaros based on the operator’s Class 407.
The EBA has approved the ICE 4 EMUs for operation with the ETCS in Germany.