The world's first 'hydrail' can travel almost 500 miles per day at speeds of up to 87mph
Germany is set to introduce the world’s first zero-emission passenger train to be powered by hydrogen.
The Coradia iLint only emits excess steam into the atmosphere, and provides an alternative to the country’s 4,000 diesel trains.
Testing is set to be carried out by the end of the year, before it opens up to the public in December 2017.
There’s also interest in the train from the Netherlands, Denmark and Norway.
clean transportation," said Alstom CEO Henri Poupart-Lafarge, in a statement.
"It shows our ability to work in close collaboration with our customers and develop a train in only two years.”
Hydrogen power works when hydrogen is burned with oxygen to produce huge amounts of energy, with the only by-product being water.
Nasa has used liquid hydrogen to propel its rockets into space since the 1970s.