New Trains built in Berlin for Berlin

More Light. More Comfort. More Safety. More Transparency: The Production Series 483/484

The new S-Bahn will usher in a new generation of trains. Production is in full swing by manufacturer-consortium Siemens/Stadler - in Berlin for Berlin.

Berlin's S-Bahn fleet will be significantly reinvigorated in the coming years. The new trains will be introduced to the Ring and Southeast lines starting from the beginning 2021. Deutsche Bahn has commissioned 382 new S-Bahn passenger cars. The manufacturer of the vehicles is a consortium of the enterprises Siemens and Stadler who will produce in the Berlin-Brandenburg region.

With 21 two-car multiple units (483 series) and 85 four-car multiple units (484 series), the reliability and quality of transportation services on the Ringbahn and the south-eastern access routes will significantly increase. The manufacturers guarantee over 30 years of high quality service.


The Most Important Facts

Area of operation of the “New Ones” and a short summary regarding the opportunities of production series 483/484

Photomonatge of the new trains of S-Bahn Berlin

Latest Information about the New Production Series

Current and latest information concerning the new train series 483/484. An overview from the passenger magazin "punkt 3".

Sideview of the Mock Up of the new S-Bahn trains

All Details of the Production Series 483/484

Only 10 months after ordering the new generation of vehicles, the fleet maintenance station in Berlin-Schöneweide presented a walk-through model.

Interior designs: Seating arrangements in the new S-Bahn trains

The "Inner Values" are what counts

More light. More comfort. More safety. More transparency. Learn more about the core values of our “New Ones”.

Worth-Knowing about Vehicle Technology

From actuation to pulling force - here you can find all technical facts about the news 483/484 series

Zeitplan zur Einführung der neuen S-Bahnen

Strategic Agenda

When was the production series ordered? When did the construction phase begin? When was the test drive carried out? Find more questions and answers here.