Japan's maglev train, which is set to be officially unveiled in 2027, will be the fastest train in the world with a speed of 374 miles per hour (603 kilometers per hour).
Shanghai maglev train (268 mph) and Harmony CRH380A (236 mph) both come from China and are ranked second and third, respectively, according to a list released by The Telegraph.
Let's take a look at top 10 fastest trains in the world.
No 1 Japan maglev train (374 mph)
An L0 series magnetic levitation (maglev) train, developed by Central Japan Railway Co (JR Central), sits on a track ahead of a trial run at the Yamanashi Maglev Test Track site in Tsuru, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan, June 4, 2015.
No 2 Shanghai maglev train (268 mph)
A maglev train arrives at the station in Shanghai.
No 3 Harmony CRH380A (236 mph)
A police officer walks past a new high-speed inter-city train that connects Shanghai and Hangzhou inShanghai, Oct 26, 2010
No 4 AGV Italo, Italy (224 mph)
No 5 Siemens Velaro E/ AVS 103, Spain (217 mph)
Picture taken on September 22, 2010 show visitors inspecting the newly unveiled Siemens Velaro D ICE3 high speed train made by Siemens at the "InnoTrans 2010" fair in Berlin.
No 6 Talgo 350, Spain (217 mph)
Spanish Crown Princess Letizia is pictured in front of Spanish passenger train "Talgo" at the transporttechnology trade fair InnoTrans in Berlin, Germany, September 23, 2008.
No 7 E5 series Shinkansen, Japan (200 mph)
An East Japan Railway Co Shinkansen bullet train approaches Omiya Station in Saitama City, SaitamaPrefecture, Japan, July 27, 2012.
No 8 Alstom Euroduplex (198 mph)
Picture taken on March 23, 2102 shows the first TGV Euroduplex train from Frankfurt to Marseille at themain station of Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
No 9 ICE3, Germany (198 mph)
A general view of the high-speed Deutshe Bahn ICE3 InterCity Express train at St Pancas Internationalstation on October 19, 2010 in London, England.
No 10 TGV, France (198 mph)
A TGV duplex high-speed train, operated by Societe Nationale des Chemins de Fer (SNCF), passes bythe Llobregat river viaduct in Llers, Spain, Sept 9, 2015