“When you hear the sound of the Hyperloop One, you hear the sound of the future,” said Shervin Pishevar, executive chairman and Co-founder of Hyperloop One.
And that sound is Woosh. Hyperloop One has started to show off the types of speeds promised by the magnetic levitating train technology, entering its second phase of testing in the Nevada desert with the pod hurtling through the near-vacuum test tunnel at speeds of 309km/h.
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The Hyperloop One XP-1 pod accelerated for 300m before coming to a gradual stop, the company said, in a tube depressurised to the equivalent of air at 200,000 feet above sea level. The trial put to the
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