Tierr@_de_N@die: A big step forward but still a long way to run until to see this new mean of transportation working between cities.Will ever the Tesla's founder dream came true?
The Pegasus pod used for the first passenger test, also called XP-2, was designed with help from famed Danish architect Bjarke Ingels’ design firm. It represents a scaled-down version of what Virgin Hyperloop hopes will eventually be a full-sized pod capable of carrying up to 23 passengers. It weighs 2.5 tons and measures about 15-18 feet long, according to Giegel. Inside, its lush white interior is meant to be familiar to passengers, who may not be immediately comfortable with the idea of slingshotting through a vacuum-sealed tube at the speed of a commercial jet.
Source (theverge.com): Virgin Hyperloop hits an important milestone: the first human passenger test