Jan 02, 2017 10:00 AM EST
Elon Musk 2017: SpaceX Founder May Be Leaving Boring Company
What does 2017 have in store for Elon Musk? Will Tesla be able to usher in the newest models in transportation? Will SpaceX be able to successfully launch, deploy and land all their rockets with their corresponding payloads without any explosions? Will Hyperloop be successful when it comes to the future of pod and vacuum transportation? Will Elon Musk really make a boring company?
These questions revolve around Elon Musk's own vision for the future of the world. His brainiac mind and futuristic goals are slowly becoming a reality. But what does this tech-entrepreneur mogul have up his sleeve?
Some predict that 2017 is going to be massive for Elon Musk. He has been quite busy in 2016, as reported by Inverse. Tesla predictions dictate that after the success of Tesla Model 3, the manufacturing company is going to work double time to meet demand. The autopilot technology will be so advanced that everyone would want to get one for comfort and ease.
SpaceX predictions dictate that sending astronauts into space may require some more planning. Which means launch dates may be pushed further. It is not yet clear if the 2018 launch is going to happen. Plus, he is busy trying to figure out the future of tech with president-elect Donald Trump. Watch the latest CNN video on this below:
Elon Musk has a third transportation project in mind (aside from Hyperloop and Tesla). And he calls it "The Boring Company." The tech mogul even had a slogan ready: "Boring, it is what we do," as reported by the Australian Financial Review. But after his exciting tweet, nothing else was heard from him. So no one is quite sure if he is really going to dig up dirt this year.
While many are holding their breaths in anticipation of Elon Musk's tech and space ventures, Hyperloop is going to happen this month - January 2017. The second phase of the competition will bring functional designs from different university groups and researchers. Musk undoubtedly still has his finger set on cutting travel times in half or less.
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