Elon Musk said Hyperloop would zip people around quickly and cheaply. It hasn't happened. Now a Bloomberg report says a testing site is no more.
The Richard Branson-backed company that promised to shake up the future of transportation will now focus on freight, according to the Financial Times.
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Virgin Hyperloop promises a future with transport pods zooming through tubes at hundreds of miles per hour. To get there, it's built a prototype in a Nevada desert.
The futuristic Richard Branson-backed venture wants to sling you around at jet plane speeds inside magnetic pods.
The SpaceX and Tesla founder will be honored with the Axel Springer Award and speak from Berlin.
Two executives became the first humans to travel in the high-speed pods.
One small step for humans, one giant leap for floating tubes propelled by low air pressure and magnets.
Elon Musk first dreamed of the Hyperloop system, but Richard Branson's Virgin is working to make it a reality.
He's planning next for a much longer tunnel with a curve.
Sometimes lousy battery life, delayed hyperloops and canceled Amazon shows leave us feeling just as lousy as our exes do.
It’s a proof of concept, and we got to take a quick ride.