The Class 375 is a British electrical-multiple unit and member of the Electrostar family, along with the Class 377.
The Class 375 third-rail DC 4 car electric multiple units began service during 2002. Built by Bombardier in Derby, England, they are a member of the ‘Electrostar’ train family, the most numerous EMU built in post-privatisation Britain. Due to their high power consumption major upgrades were carried out to the 750V DC third-rail power system used on the Southern region. The trains are used extensively on services in south London and on rural commuter services throughout Sussex and Kent where they replaced the aging 4CIG, PP4VEP[[, and 4CEP slam-door stock.
Currently all 375s are operated by Southeastern, the company running the Integrated Kent franchise.
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