The Tesla and SpaceX billionaire brags that's there's "no telling" what he'll do on the NBC show. Plus, Grimes teases an appearance.
It seems like this project is quickly turning into Tesla cars driving people underground, rather than some sort of futuristic transport system.
Now it can, too, because the Las Vegas Monorail declared bankruptcy.
The SpaceX and Tesla founder will be honored with the Axel Springer Award and speak from Berlin.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority hopes to have the tunnels open in early 2021, so driverless Teslas can whisk CES attendees around the convention.
Can you dig it? No seriously, can you?
According to Musk, who replied to another Twitter user, we could see Boring Company tunnels at the Las Vegas airport and other downtown locations.
Both Elon Musk-led companies will work together to create a vehicle suited for a Boring Company tunnel.
Leno takes Tesla's hyped electric pickup truck for a spin around -- and under -- Los Angeles.
Elon Musk's tunneling company is still set for primetime early next year.
The loop will shuttle people beneath the Las Vegas Convention Center campus starting next year.
A new Loop system could be slingshotting people under Sin City relatively soon.