The TRAXX F140 MS is a four-axle multi-system locomotive with output of 5600 kW for cross-border service.
It is used primarily for mainline freight applications and can operate in all electric current systems.
It achieves a maximum speed of 140km/h with freight trains or 160 km/h with passenger trains.
The locomotives can be operated in mixed multiple traction with BR185 and BR186.
The TRAXX F140 AC is a four-axle locomotive with output of 5600 kW for cross-border service.
It is used primarily for freight services on European mainlines under 15 or 25 kV catenaries.
It has a maximum speed of 140 km/h. The locomotives can be operated in mixed multiple traction with BR185 and BR186.
The TRAXX AC 3 is the youngest member of the TRAXX locomotive family with electric output of 5600 kW.
The AC3 is the first locomotive to serve non-electrified sidings and terminals as it is equipped with a 230 kW last-mile diesel and a last-mile battery. It thus bridges non-electrified sections of line, making additional diesel shunting locomotives superfluous.
Even when operating in last-mile mode, the locomotive still has enough traction force to cope with steep inclines over several kilometres.
The TRAXX DC is a four-axle locomotive with output of maximum 5600 kW for service in the direct current networks in Poland and Italy.
The locomotives can be operated in mixed multiple traction with BR186.
The Siemens Vectron AC is a four-axle universal locomotive with output of max. 6400 kW for cross-border service in Germany, Austria, Hungary and Romania.
The locomotives have a maximum speed of 200km/h and are equipped with national train protection systems and ETCS. Part of the fleet is fitted with train destination displays, side-selective door control and various handling methods for passenger operations. The high maximum speed and extended functionalities makes the locomotive suitable for both freight and passenger trains.