This is the first picture of what the new Crossrail trains set to be manufactured at Bombardier's Derby plant will look like.
The firm was awarded the contract to build 65 trains for the project, beating competition from Japanese company Hitachi and Spain's CAF.
Derby-based trainmaker Bombardier has won a £1 billion contract to supply stock for the new Crossrail line in London.
The contract is to provide 65 trains for the £14.8bn Crossrail line, which runs east-to-west across the capital city.
The company was awarded the contract above Japan's Hitachi and Spanish firm CAP.
More to follow.