Elon Musk's plans for his Boring Company continue to change drastically. Many believe it will never come to fruition. But, can it succeed on some level?
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Tesla's Elon Musk doesn't often pin a date to his announcements, but this is an exception. We look forward to the future of this ever-changing, Boring project.
As if we haven't got enough news about The Boring Company's continually adapting plans, here's another even more interesting share!
Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted a strange reference to The Boring Company. It turns out the company had previously posted an interesting new video.
The company states that most Boring Company equipment is sourced from the United States. However, due to limited availability, certain parts must be imported...
It seems Elon Musk's Boring Company is at it again, proposing to an underground transportation system to alleviate traffic congestion to Dodger stadium.
It seems every time we think we have a better idea of what Elon Musk is planning to do with his Boring Company tunnels, the plan unfolds, shifts, and unfolds again.
Soon, Chicagoans may be able to get to the airport in record time. The city of Chicago is showing much faith in Musk and his side venture, since the Boring...
It appears as though local opinions surrounding Elon Musk's tunnel-digging project in Los Angeles are about to get a little less boring. Two organizations filed...
Despite Model 3 production hell in Fremont and at the Tesla Gigafactory, CEO Elon Musk still finds time to put efforts and funding toward The Boring Company.
The Boring Company CEO Elon Musk has clarified the primary use for the future high-speed tunnel system that's currently being ever-slowly constructed.
Despite a lack of confirmation surrounding The Boring Company's verbal govt approval for an East Coast hyperloop, more permits point to its reality.
Elon Musk's The Boring Company might find its way to the Tesla factory in Fremont with hopes of increasing production to some 700,000 vehicles per year.
California Assemblyman Appalled By Musk’s Flamethrower, Cites Catastrophic Wildfires, Pushes For Ban
Elon Musk is taking orders for thousands of fire starting devices, but if Miguel Santiago gets his way, a new law will stop their sale in California.
What was first thought to be a joke, but later became reality, has netted The Boring Company over $3.5 million in just a couple of days.
It turns out The Boring Company flamethrower really does exist and there's even an ordering page connected to the company's official website.
For those unaware, Elon Musk is a huge fan of the movie Spaceballs. Shockingly, The Boring Company followed through with the flamethrower to prove it.
Now, we can see exactly where Tesla CEO Elon Musk plans to dig in Los Angeles with The Boring Company, including both phases of the lengthy project.
The Boring Company, Elon Musk recent underground tunnel/electric sled/hyperloop venture seems to be moving forward more every day.