The first Virgin Hyperloop passengers just took a short but essential ride

By techmoths at 17 days ago • 0 collector • 21 pageviews

November 8th, Sunday, was when two passengers made their first ride in a hyperloop pod at Test Site in Nevada. That ride was conducted by an American transportation technology company, “Virgin Hyperloop.” Josh and Sara Luchian (both company employees) were the hyperloop passengers who had made this journey for almost 15 seconds in this latest transportation form. The test track was about 500 meters in length and 3.3 meters in diameter. The hyperloop quickly shoots a distance of about 1,300 feet. However, it didn’t reach the company’s conceptual super 760mph speed but hit the top speed of 671mph.




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