The ICM is a single deck Intercity, also referred to as the 'Koploper'. Between 2008 and 2012, the ICM was overhauled and modernised and it was given a modern, fresh look.
ICM became ICMm
The ICM was built by Talbot in Aken. The ICM-0 was introduced in 1977 and the ICM-1-4 were introduced between 1987 and 1993. In total there are 87 ICMm three carriage trains and 50 ICMm four carriage trains. Between 2008 and 2012, the ICM was overhauled and modernised and it was given a modern, fresh look. The train is now known as the ICMm
In addition to the comfortable seats, this train is fitted with a wireless internet connection and a screen showing current travel information. In the 1st class areas, even more extensive facilities are available, including adjustable seats with foot rests and storage pouches, individually controlled reading lights and plug sockets. The quiet zones are distributed throughout the train. 30% of all seats in both 1st and 2nd class are located in quiet zones. There are so-called 'coupés' available in the ICMm, with space for 6 people.
The art in the ICMm was made by Anna Ostrowska. You can see her art, in the form of miniature paintings of flowers and poetry, on the end walls and the glass walls in the train.