|Motor:||4 DC traction motors (750v DC OHLE)|
|Power:||564 hp (420 kW)|
Despite being less than twenty years old (and indeed having had a refurbishment in 2013 which added LED route indicators) they were withdrawn in 2016, replaced by the current Urbos 3 tram which have more low-floor accommodation and increased capacity (albeit standing).
They were put into storage for a while but all but three have now been scrapped. Two have been preserved and one has been retained by Midland Metro as a works vehicle. Due to their relative youth there were proposals to re-use them elsewhere including on the Isle of Wight but none of these proposals came to anything.
|Midland Metro crosses over the Tame Valley Canal|
|Tram #12 departs Snow Hill|
|Metro taken from a passing heavy rail train|
 Colin J. Marsden (ed.), "Midland Metro", Light Rail (Key Publishing, 2018) p. 62