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London, Edinburgh In 45 Min: The Virgin Hyperloop

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Virgin Hyperloop One has unveiled the first design of its hyperloop cab, also known as a pod. The pod was revealed during the UAE Innovation Month in Dubai. In this metropolis, the first hyperloop route must arise, between Dubai and Abu Dhabi. The first design offers a look at future passenger transport via a hyperloop.

Virgin Hyperloop: What Is It?

A hyperloop is a stretch of vacuum drawn tubes, through which capsules can be shot. Because these capsules experience almost no air resistance, they can achieve speeds of up to 1,200 kilometers per hour on paper. Also, the concept reduces CO2 emissions and fuel consumption. Hyperloop One recently joined Virgin, the Richard Branson company. In an interview with CNBC, the billionaire stated that the Hyperloop could be operational within two to four years, provided that governments respond quickly to it. The billionaire also noted that a Hyperloop system could be cheaper and faster than a traditional rail network.
A part of the white Hyperloop tubes from Virgin

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"As the owner of a rail network, this is something that I want to be involved with," says Branson. "Consumers would love to travel from London to Edinburgh within 45 minutes. This is possible with a Hyperloop."



                                                           Virgin Hyperloop One Roadshow: Missouri

The Virgin Hyperloop: Dubai And Abu Dhabi

Together the parties want to realize the first hyperloop route between Dubai and Abu Dhabi. This route should make it possible to travel from city to city within 12 minutes. By way of comparison: you take over 2 hours by car. According to Hyperloop One, the route must ultimately be capable of carrying 10,000 passengers per hour, or 5,000 passengers in each direction.

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London, Edinburgh In 45 Min: The Virgin Hyperloop

Virgin Hyperloop One has unveiled the first design of its hyperloop cab, also known as a pod. The pod was revealed during the UAE Innovation Month in Dubai. In this metropolis, the first hyperloop route must arise, between Dubai and Abu Dhabi. The first design offers a look at future passenger transport via a hyperloop. Virgin Hyperloop: What Is It? A hyperloop is a stretch of vacuum drawn tubes, through which capsules can be shot. Because these capsules experience almost no air resistance, they can achieve speeds of up to 1,200 kilometers per hour on paper. Also, the concept reduces CO2 emissions and fuel consumption. Hyperloop One recently joined Virgin, the Richard Branson company. In an interview with CNBC, the billionaire stated that the Hyperloop could be operational within two to four years, provided that governments respond quickly to it. The billionaire also noted that a Hyperloop system could be cheaper and faster than a traditional rail network. Recommended:  Sustainable Travel With Elon Musk’s Hyperloop The Boring Company "As the owner of a rail network, this is something that I want to be involved with," says Branson. "Consumers would love to travel from London to Edinburgh within 45 minutes. This is possible with a Hyperloop." {youtube}                                                             Virgin Hyperloop One Roadshow: Missouri The Virgin Hyperloop: Dubai And Abu Dhabi Together the parties want to realize the first hyperloop route between Dubai and Abu Dhabi. This route should make it possible to travel from city to city within 12 minutes. By way of comparison: you take over 2 hours by car. According to Hyperloop One, the route must ultimately be capable of carrying 10,000 passengers per hour, or 5,000 passengers in each direction. Before you go! Recommended:  Green Innovations: Hyperloop, Marine Life, Mail, Food Waste Did you find this an interesting article, or do you have a question or remark? Leave a comment below. We try to respond the same day. Like to write your article about green transport? Click on  'Register'  or push the button 'Write An Article' on the  'HomePage.'
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