Transport for London (TfL) has unveiled the final look for the new Crossrail trains, which are expected to start coming into use from May 2017.
According to TfL, the trains will have free Wi-Fi onboard, and people will have access to 4G — which we think means that even in tunnels you'll be able to get signal and internet connection.
The first new trains will operate on the Liverpool Street to Shenfield part of the Crossrail route from May 2017 — although initially use shorter seven-carriage versions. The full-length nine carriage version will be first introduced between Heathrow and Paddington from May 2018. All the trains will become nine carriages by the end of 2019.
You can watch a fly-through of the train here:
For a thorough look at the stock, including pictures of the carriages being built in Derby, there's an excellent article on London Reconnections.