They could look like this.
But, from Germany, this is more likely:
You know, if we made a few small changes, we could avoid the whole debacle of custom trolleys, and get nice, well-tested, modern designs.
But that would be too sensible!
We'd all be at the bottom of the sea.
To quote an old sage on a Red Line train lurching towards Braintree at 6:30 tonight.
they could end up like this:
If trains were like stretched mini buses, they would slow to a crawl going up any incline and the heat would barely work if at all.
They would have the faint scent of pot in the last 3 rows and empty Dorito bags shoved under the back seat.
Nobody who was "on the bus" would care! This is the 4:20 train to Boston ... allllllll aboaaaaaarrrrrd!
Doritos and pot smell? That would be an improvement over what we often get now!
Both of you are talking about all the upgrades that the Green Line would get if these were the new trains they were buying.
However, they would start every morning, regardless of weather, and run all day. ;-)
"The're made in Germany; you know the Germans always make good stuff."