TheVegas is a richer attraction. The Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) in Winchester, Nevada, now has a Tesla Tunnel from The Boring Company. Similar to a train, vehicles rush through the tube and carry passengers. The trial process, which began at the end of May 2021, is now complete.
Speedster or snail?
Unlike a train, the Boring Company Tunnel has only three stations. Thanks to the loop, LVCC visitors can move more quickly from one point to another. With over 180,290 square meters of exhibition space and several hundred thousand exhibitors, it’s actually not a bad idea. Transport is not carried independently, as initially planned, but is initially operated by a driver. Although Boring’s prominent founder, Tesla President Elon Musk, likes to race through tubes at 250 km/h, Tesla’s companions initially travel at 55 km/h.
The first users of the tunnel appeared Joy. Due to the color differences, the ride almost looks like a roller coaster and feels a lot faster than it actually is. In addition, there will be no more congestion at rush hour, says an assistant driver. The transport is suitable even for business conversations, as it was very quiet. The Tesla Model 3 and Model X are expected to carry about 4,400 visitors per hour. However, the LVCC loop is only the first section. In the future, The Boring Company is planning additional connections extending from the Las Vegas Strip to the airport.