# How do maglev trains turn given that they seem to have more than two bogies per car?

All of the images of maglev trains that I've seen seem to have a continuous drive mechanism along the entire length of each car:

I assume this must be articulated some how, or the train wouldn't be able to go around curved track. How does this function? With two bogies on a traditional train car, the bogies only need to be able to rotate in place, with the train car being a linear line from one bogie to the next over the curved track.

But with however many different articulated sections per car here, how are they attached to the train so that it can turn?

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