Hyperloop One, the only company in the world with a full-size hyperloop test track, is coming to Europe. On Tuesday, the company announced that it will continue its global tour with a stop in Amsterdam on June 6, a chance to detail a number of routes for the continent.
Elon Musk released his idea for a vacuum-sealed train system back in 2013, with theoretical top speeds of 700 miles per hour, but so far no publicly accessible hyperloop tracks exist. Hyperloop One is confident it will be the first to bring the system to life: it’s spent the past year working on the DevLoop test track in the Nevada desert, and it hopes to hold its first public demonstration (which it refers to as its “Kitty Hawk moment”) in the next month or so.
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