TEM23 is TMH’s shunter locomotive concept developed by the design team of 2050.Lab as part of the unified platform.
Its human-centric nature is an example of what future transport must represent.
TMH TEM23 Concept was awarded a 2021 Good Design Award by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies.
At busy transport hubs and at industrial sites TEM23 serves the same purpose: to make peoples’ life easier and more efficient.
This is underscored by the locomotive’s friendly design developed in partnership with the Russian national center for industrial design and innovations 2050.Lab.
TMH TEM23 Concept has all the recognizable features of brand DNA, including cab glazing that provides excellent view, unique character of headlights, TMH’s hallmark hexagon, and a body that makes an organic whole.
The overall black color joins individual elements of the exterior together to form a reliable, hi-tech, and protected system.
TMH, the leading Russian rolling stock manufacturer, promotes the concept of smart machine aesthetics as they become part of the new world and evolve, staying one step ahead of the users’ needs.
Platform-based design is behind the flexible approach to addressing customers’ requirements.
Modularity makes it possible to upgrade the locomotive while in operation by replacing components that become obsolete thus keeping its performance at peak.
Project: TMH TEM23 Concept
Designers: Chashchin Maxim, Sharshakov Alexey, Shitikov Igor, Voronik Kirill, Braverman Alexey, Plekhanov Vladimir, Gainetdinova Gulnaz, Ivanova Irina, Chikin Vladislav, and Ilyin Pavel, 2050.Lab