|Number built:||438 (10 3- and 102 4-car sets)|
|Engine:||6 or 4 Adtranz traction motors (750v DC third rail / 25kV AC OHLE)|
|Power:||375/3 : 1, 341 hp (1, 000 kW)
Other subclasses : 2, 012hp (1, 500kW)
|Formation:||375/3 : Driving Motor Composite Open (DMCO)+Trailer Standard
375/6 : DMCO+Motor Standard Open (MSO)+Pantograph
Trailer Standard Open (PTSO)+DMCO
Other subclasses : DMCO+MSO+TSO+DMCO
There are 5 sub-classes. As mentioned above the 375/6 is dual-voltage with all others being DC third rail only, the 375/3 are 3-car sets with the other sub-classes all being 4-cars though space has been retained for a pantograph if needed in future.
The 375/9 are high-density sets for outer suburban services with the 375/7 and 375/8 being officially designated as express stock. All serve with Southeastern and forms the backbone of their fleet. Southern also did operate the type at one stage though these 375s were converted to 377s.
|Southeastern 375 702 (and 376 023) at Sevenoaks|
|375 304 heads through Peckham Rye|
|375 815 at London Victoria|
|375 817 at Sevenoaks|
|375 603 at London Victoria|
 Colin J Marsden, DMU and EMU Recognition Guide (Ian Allan, 2013) p. 283