Hyperloop One Stock

hyperloop-one.comTransportation / Other TransportationFounded: 2014Funding to Date: $462.41MM

Hyperloop One is focused on utilizing a hyperloop for freight logistics. Using the hyperloop, the goal is to be able to move cargo from point A to point B with increased speed. Hyperloop One, formerly Virgin Hyperloop One, was founded in 2014 by Shervin Pishevar and Joshua Giegel and is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA.

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Management Team

Raja Narayanan
Chief Financial Officer & Board Member
Shervin Pishevar
Co-Founder & Board Member

Board Members

Anatoly Braverman
Russian Direct Investment Fund
Joseph Lonsdale
Justin Fishner-Wolfson
137 Ventures
Peter Diamandis MD
Bold Capital Partners
Yuvraj Narayan
DP World

News Highlights

Is It Finally Time For High-Speed Hyperloop Transportation?
Transport needs to be decarbonized at every level if we are to meet climate goals.
Virgin pulls its name from Hyperloop One
Virgin Hyperloop, the startup attempting to bring Elon Musk’s vision of high-speed trains to life, has changed its name. At some point in the last few weeks, the company quietly changed its name back to Hyperloop One, the brand it used between 2016 and 2017.
New Video Shows How People Will Ride in a 700mph Tube
Virgin Hyperloop One has released a concept video of its futuristic transport system in action, and it looks out of this world. The company is building on Elon Musk's white paper, first released in 2013, which details a vacuum-sealed pod transit system that can move passengers and cargo at speeds of over 700 mph. On Wednesday, the firm shared footage of how passengers will board these pods, sit back for the ride, and depart at the final stop.
Updated on: Feb 20, 2024


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