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What would it be like to travel by hyperloop? Virgin unveils its prototype pod

Virgin's first hyperloop system is expected to be operational as soon as 2021. Image: REUTERS/Christopher Pike

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Virgin unveiled the hyperloop prototype pods in February Image: The National
Hyperloop pods will have leather seats and entertainment systems Image: The National

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