In a short video, Elon Musk shows the tunnel his company is currently building under the city of Los Angeles.
One month ago, Elon Musk announced that the test tunnel of his company The Boring Company under the US metropolis of Los Angeles should be opened on 10 December for all those interested. Doubts about the punctual completion, the billionaire now with one
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out of the way. In 34 seconds, the camera drives in time lapse of over three kilometers long tunnel, at the end it leaves the exit of the tunnel. According to review, Musk had the entire track itself expired and filmed. The billionaire and inventor describes his work as "disturbingly long" and "very one-dimensional".
Work on the tunnel started a little over a year ago. He is to connect the headquarters of SpaceX in Hawthorne, California, with a suburb of Los Angeles. The Boring Company is also building similar tunnels in Chicago and Washington DC. Under Los Angeles Musk even wants to build a network of tubes to prevent traffic congestion. In theory, autonomous vehicles are expected to carry between 8 and 16 people in the tunnel and reach speeds of up to 250 kilometers per hour. However, the buildings are still test runs, and it remains to be seen whether the plans can be implemented cost-effectively.
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