I was asked to post something by Polish rail manufacturers Pesa and Newag. This should do nicely: A Pesa Link for DB Regio.
This is a really big deal. DB does not have a lot of foreign-built trains in its fleet at all; the few that exist are mostly accidents of history. But two years ago, DB signed a huge framework contract with Pesa to deliver a huge number of Link trains in various configurations. This one is a short single part version, if I remember correctly for Bavaria. What I find the most fascinating are all the clearly polish details, like the maximum draw bar rating written below the coupler (something common on modern polish trains but never seen in Germany), or the font for all various labels, which is similar but not identical to the one used by DB normally. I wonder whether that is already the final version of this paint scheme, or whether the font will be changed.
That said, I'm not sure anyone will ever notice. The shark nose on these things overrules all other thoughts when seeing it. In fact, Czech railway company CD, who also has some of them, officially calls them RegioShark.
On the inside, I have to admit I'm not really impressed. The train isn't bad, but it has only very tiny windows, and DB's standard interior design does not look good at all when put in a train with tiny windows (not that this would ever stop them; their Alstom Coradia Continental trains, class 440, suffer the same condition).
For those of you keeping track: This is the second-worst spot to place trains at Innotrans. There are maybe two meters behind the train where you can walk; everything after that is fenced off, because that's where the people from the regular part of the show are packing up their stuff into big rental trucks. Makes it really hard to get a good angle on anything.