The ICF has taken into account passenger feedback and redesigned the seats by replacing the sliding reclining ones with aircraft-like reclining seats.
India procures the wheels and some other components of the Vande Bharat trains from Ukraine.
The wheels were planned to be shipped from the Ukrainian Black Sea Port to Maharashtra's Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT), which has not happened due to the war.
There is also a plan to attach chair cars to each Vande Bharat express train.
Indian Railways does not have enough manufacturing capacity and many railway officials are struggling to explain how 400 semi high-speed trains can be made.
The two Vande Bharat trains of version-I are currently running between New Delhi and Varanasi and the Delhi and Katra in Kashmir with 95 per cent of occupancy.