Scuba transport takes the first step towards Hyperloop, with the 4.8-kilometer test track that started construction in the Nevada desert, will be completed in late 2016.
The first step is taken for the Hyperloop, which will provide a maximum travel speed of 1126 km per hour. US businessman Elon Musk, who has made a series of innovations with his Tesla Motors and SpaceX companies, is preparing to take the first step for a transportation system consisting of pneumatic tubes, which he describes as the fifth form of transportation after air, sea, land and rail.
2016 WILL BE COMPLETED
According to the company's statement, the 4.8-kilometer test track, which started construction in the Nevada desert of the USA, will be completed in late 2016. According to the company, a 560 kilometer distance will be covered in less than 45 minutes with the Hyperloop.
PREVENT POTENTIAL COMPETITORS
However, to succeed, Hyperloop must also eliminate its potential competitors.
Nowadays, passenger aircraft can reach 926 km speed per hour.
QUICK JETS WILL APPEAR AT THE TIME OF 2200 KILOMETER
The fastest jets are expected to come into service again in the future, and are expected to approach 2200 km / h.