Hyperloop is a new way to move people and things at airline speeds for the price of a bus ticket. It's on-demand, energy-efficient and safe. Think: broadband for transportation.

We use a custom electric motor to accelerate and decelerate a levitated pod through a low-pressure tube. The vehicle will glide silently for miles with no turbulence.

We started in 2014 in a Los Angeles garage. We're now 200 people on three campuses in LA and Nevada. We're engineers, welders, machinists, designers and builders.

It's happening faster than you think. We tested our motor in May, 2016, and will test the full system in early 2017. We're developing routes in five countries. The goal is to be moving cargo by 2020 and passengers by 2021.

The world is ready for a new mode of transportation that will change the way we live. We're in the business of selling time, the most precious resource there is. When cities become metro stops, regions will flourish.

We're not selling transportation, we're selling time


It takes extraordinary people to do extraordinary things. We’ve assembled the best and brightest from multiple industries together in one place to accomplish the impossible.

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