By 2020 Musk declares a 10km Hyperloop sub

I require a distinct 10km (six-mile) vacuum tunnel for his upcoming Hyperloop – waiting for succeeding year’s speed-record opposition –Elon Musk

Hyperloop steers to transport people in high-speed pods in subway tubes.

Mr. Musk tweeted his plan following the Technical University of Munich hatched a new history for the fourth year going.

Its pod struck 463km/h (288mph) on the present test tube in the US, which runs for 1.6km straight. Mr. Musk announced the fresh vacuum tube would be arched.

Conclusively, Hyperloop trains will strive for a top speed of 1,220km/h (700mph).

The plan welcomed investment from Richard Branson‘s Virgin Group, which is developing a passenger system called Hyperloop One that it states will have the highest speed of 1,080km/h (670mph).

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