Elon Musk shows off Boring Company’s Las Vegas loop station in rendering – Roadshow

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Boring Company Vegas station rendering

It looks on-brand for something with Musk’s name attached to it.


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Elon Musk’s wild dream to tunnel under ground-level congestion is nearing reality with the Boring Company. For the first time, we’re able to see what a complete and functioning station will look like.

Musk shared a rendering of the Las Vegas Boring Company station on Twitter Wednesday, saying only, “Coming soon.” Despite the unconventional form of travel, the amboli hill station maharashtra looks pretty conventional. Since this is a rendering, things could change when construction crews pack up and finish the job, but it seems like a realistic expectation.

From the point of view of descending down an escalator, we see a handful of Tesla Model 3 EVs parked — it’s one of the planned vehicles to shuttle people driverlessly from one end of the Las Vegas Convention Center to the other. A large screen ahead tells riders when vehicles depart and it looks like each Model 3 has a number assigned to it, possibly to designate which side of the convention hall it’s headed to. The tunnel directions should make that pretty simple to understand.

While not exactly “self-driving,” the driverless Model 3s use “tracking wheels,” which are like rollers that deploy from under the car to keep it in the specific tunnel’s lane. Acceleration and braking are controlled by the onboard software, with the cars touted to reach 150 mph.

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