China’s first unmanned panda-shaped Sky Train rolls off production line

China’s first unmanned, panda-shaped Sky Train rolled off the production line in Ziyang, southwest China’s Sichuan Province today. The renewable-energy unmanned suspension railway is battery-powered, with cute pandas painted through carriages.

The unmanned panda-shaped Sky Train can carry a maximum of 144 passengers as it hangs and zips along the monorail track at speeds of up to 65 km/h.

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