Musk’s SpaceX revealed the in-depth concept video on Tuesday, which was created by computer graphics companies INDG and AltSpace for Delft Hyperloop, the team that’s been developing a virtual model for the transport system at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands.
The video uses Amsterdam as an example of a potential underground station connected to a sprawling Hyperloop network of European cities. Delft presents a minimalist interior design, with green and black pods arriving at platforms beneath what looks like a wooden-ribbed ceiling.
After choosing their destination, passengers check-in before entering their required platform through airport-like gates and down escalators. The platforms would contain digital information boards and a few benches.
Inside the “light and spacious” pods, overhead skylights “simulate the outside environment, making it feel like you’re sitting right outside.” The pods are divided into different sections: “the social section “where you can enjoy your trip with friends and family,” and separate compartments at the far end of the pods “where private meetings can be held during the trip.”
It’s all hypothetical, and we won’t be seeing these pop up anytime soon, but it looks slick.