Elon Musk’s Boring Company opened its underground Loop beneath the Las Vegas Convention Center yesterday, CNET reports. The concept is simple: avoid gridlock by taking traffic underground. Simplify the transport experience by putting high-tech vehicles (read Teslas) on a one-way loop and delivering on-demand rides. The experience is also simple. Get in the car, drive through a tunnel, get out the other side. The 2.7-kilometre Vegas Loop consists of three passenger stations (two above ground, one below), connected by stretches of 3.7-metre-wide tunnels, all illuminated with colour-changing LED lights. Inside the Loop, a fleet of 62 Teslas circles, picking up and dropping off passengers, turning a 25-minute walk across the mammoth convention centre into a two-minute ride in all-electric comfort. Passengers need to be attending a convention at the LVCC to be able to ride. The Boring Company unveiled its first tunnel in late 2018 in California.