It's 'more than a tunnel opening,' according to Elon Musk.
We'll probably see people lining up for test rides after Black Friday.
It would allow residents to load their cars into a commuter tunnel right from their garage.
In order to "restore the now-dormant American tunnel boring machine industry."
Not quite as cool as sending a Tesla Roadster to space...
Musk said that Boring Company's loop network would have "1000's of small stations the size of a single parking space."
About as interesting as a hole in the ground...
NYC to D.C. in 29 minutes.
No word where or how long the tunnel is.
Elon Musk says he's having "promising conversations" with LA Mayor Eric Garcetti about using The Boring Company's underground tunnel technology.
Survive earthquakes, stack bricks.
Turns out Musk wasn't kidding about The Boring Company.
Musk feels he wastes too much time in traffic.
So it's not exactly automotive, but it is a fascinating vehicle – and you'll excuse us if we don't make any puns about how boring it actually is. A portion of Seattle's Alaskan Way Viaduct is being replaced by a deep tunnel, and the machine purpose-built for the job is the world's largest tunnel boring machine (TBM), christened "Bertha." Built by
Behold, the power of cheese. Flaming fromage has clogged up the Brattlitunnelen in Norway for almost a week. According to Reuters, a truck was hauling brunost, a caramelized Norwegian goat cheese, through the tunnel when the cheese somehow caught fire. Due to its high percentage of fat and sugar, the cheese can burn "almost like petrol" if it gets hot enough, and the fire-concentrating properties of the tunnel meant it took four days to put out the flames.
The Associated Press reports a tunnel collapse between Tokyo and central Japan has left seven people missing. Rescue workers were unable to reach trapped and injured drivers on Sunday after a vehicle caught fire and filled the tunnel with smoke. Those who escaped reported hearing the voices of those still trapped by rubble calling for hel
The Russian government has given the go-ahead on an ambitious new tunnel project that could connect Siberia with Alaska via an underground rail line. If completed, the $65 billion project will be the longest underwater tunnel in the world, besting the Chunnel between England and France by twice the distance. The planned course would stretch over 65 miles and would snake beneath the Big and Litt
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The World Motor Sport Council of the FIA, the international racing authority that governs Formula One, among other series, has rolled out a series of restrictions on the development of F1 cars starting with the coming 2008 season.