How Virgin Hyperloop is designing a customer experience for 2030

Virgin Hyperloop, a vacuum tube train system that can reach speeds of 1,000 kilometers (or 621 miles) per hour, is aiming to build a customer experience to meet the needs of travelers in 2030.

Virgin Hyperloop is at the forefront of a transportation revolution as it develops a vacuum tube train system which is capable of reaching up to 1,000 kilometers (or 621 miles) per hour.

For consumers, this means of high-velocity mass transit will involve travelling in “pods” that are propelled by electricity and magnetic levitation – a truly unfamiliar experience compared with today’s ground and air options for moving from one place

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