Today Hyperloop Transportation Technologies filed a permit to build a 5-mile prototype in Quay Valley — a utopian, eco-friendly community planned for Central California. And while we’re rooting for them to succeed with their test track, it still doesn’t change the Hyperloop’s largest challenges. Because the biggest…
Hyperloop Technologies plans to build a hyperloop test track for in North Las Vegas—and it wants to start testing early next year.
When Elon Musk published his plans for the ultra-high speed Hyperloop transit system almost exactly two years ago, he said he had no intention of building it. This spring, he changed his mind.
Elon Musk and his company Space X are hosting a year-long design competition for Hyperloop pods that will culminate in a run-off on a Hyperloop test in July 2016. Deadline to sign up for the competition is Septmeber 15, 2015.
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Could Elon Musk's Hyperloop tube system truly revolutionize mass transit? Maybe, if he had any inclination to do it. Right now it exists as little more than a brilliant concept from a guy whose hands are a little tied at the moment. But one California startup actually wants to make it happen.
As enamored as you are with the idea, your gut says that Elon Musk's Hyperloop is never going to happen. The good news is that the tech, according to experts we've talked to, is actually feasible. That bad news? That might not matter. Musk's plan is futuristic, beautiful, and sound. It just might be more ambitious…
Once again proving that Taiwanese news is superior to our news, the NMA animated take on Elon Musk's Hyperloop is one that will leave passengers naked and send cars flying into the Hollywood sign. I must have missed that in the technical document.
After months of speculation, the plans for Elon Musk's Hyperloop Alpha finally hit the web this afternoon. What's this thing really about, anyway? Here's what we now know so far.
We just got Elon Musk's PDF describing the Hyperloop, and a quick initial read shows the key factor that makes the system more likely to work: overcoming the Kantrowitz Limit. Don't feel bad if you have no idea what that is — I didn't either, but once I found out, it makes so much sense.
In just a few minutes, Elon Musk will finally reveal his plans for the Hyperloop, a revolutionary transit system that's capable of getting you from downtown Los Angeles to downtown San Francisco in 30 minutes flat. At 5 pm, he'll hold a conference call to explain Hyperloop in detail. And we're going to liveblog the…
We're all a little hyperloopy right now, with just a few hours to go before Elon Musk finally tells us what the hell he's been going on about with this whole shooting people in tubes from LA to SF thing. Since he stayed up all night like a crank-addled college kid, the least we can do is read up a bit about it all.
On Monday, Tesla Motors chief Elon Musk will finally reveal his concept for a high-speed transit system called Hyperloop. The Hyperloop, according to Musk, will be able to whisk you from downtown Los Angeles to downtown San Francisco in roughly the time it takes to watch an episode of Veep. He's been intentionally…
As we've all heard by now Elon Musk, un-contented with running an electric car company and a spaceship company, will be announcing plans for a 30-minute round trip LA to SF transit system. Luckily, someone has shared this lovely infographic with us showing everything we know so far.