Thank You!

WARR Hyperloop 3

We’re excited to announce that our team WARR Hyperloop is the winner of the 2018 SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition!!!!!
We managed to go almost 50% faster than last year, reaching a final speed of 467 km/h (290 mph)!
We’d like to sincerely thank all our sponsors! This journey wouldn’t have been possible without you!


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Our Latest Prototype

WARR Hyperloop 3


Get an idea of our latest vision of the future! A big thank you to all of the companies that supported us throughout this project with countless of man hours, specialized parts and financial help!

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Thank You!

Our Latest Prototype

WARR Hyperloop 3


Get an idea of our latest pod for the competition! A big thank you to all of the companies that supported us throughout this project with countless of man hours, specialized parts and financial help!

The Hyperloop Concept

By Elon Musk


The Hyperloop is a new transportation concept: a high-speed train that travels in a near-vacuum tube. The reduced air resistance allows the capsule inside the tube to reach speeds of more than 1000 km/h. Elon Musk, founder of Tesla and SpaceX, suggested the idea in 2013.

Read the Whitepaper

The Hyperloop Concept

By Elon Musk


The Hyperloop is a new transportation concept: a high-speed train that travels in a near-vacuum tube. The reduced air resistance allows the capsule inside the tube to reach speeds of more than 1000 km/h. Elon Musk, founder of Tesla and SpaceX, suggested the idea in 2013.

Read the Whitepaper

The Challenge

SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition


In 2015, SpaceX created an international student competition to build Hyperloop prototypes. After setting up a 1.2 km long vacuum tube next to SpaceX headquarters in California, the competition has been taking place every summer with several hundred student teams applying each year.

See who competes!

The Challenge

SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition


In 2015, SpaceX created an international student competition to build Hyperloop prototypes. After setting up a 1.2 km long vacuum tube next to SpaceX headquarters in California, the competition has been taking place every summer with several hundred student teams applying each year.

See who competes!

WARR Hyperloop

Student Initiative


WARR Hyperloop is a student initiative from the Technical University of Munich, formed in 2015 in response to SpaceX’s call for pod prototypes. We are part of the larger organization, WARR e.V. , which is mainly working on space related projects such as rockets, satellites and space elevators.

WARR Homepage

WARR Hyperloop

Student Initiative


WARR Hyperloop is a student initiative from the Technical University of Munich, formed in 2015 in response to SpaceX’s call for pod prototypes. We are part of the larger organization, WARR e.V. , which is mainly working on space related projects such as rockets, satellites and space elevators.

WARR Homepage
 

Competition I

January 2017


At the first SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition in January 2017, WARR’s prototype stormed to victory as the fastest pod excelling against 120 qualified teams over the course of the pod’s technical development and beating the other two finalists on the test track.

Pod 1 Technical Details

Competition I

January 2017


At the first SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition in January 2017, WARR’s prototype stormed to victory as the fastest pod excelling against 120 qualified teams over the course of the pod’s technical development and beating the other two finalists on the test track.

Pod 1 Technical Details

Competition II

August 2017


After a successful first competition, in slightly over 6 months we built a completely new prototype: smaller, lighter and much, much faster. With a mass of only 85 kg and a maximum acceleration of 0.9 g, our own propulsion system made us set a new speed record for Hyperloop prototypes at 324 km/h.

Pod 2 Technical Details

Competition II

August 2017


After a successful first competition, in slightly over 6 months we built a completely new prototype: smaller, lighter and much, much faster. With a mass of only 85 kg and a maximum acceleration of 0.9 g, our own propulsion system made us set a new speed record for Hyperloop prototypes at 324 km/h.

Pod 2 Technical Details

Competition III

July 2018


This year’s competition will have have one simple objective: the fastest pod wins.
As opposed to last year, every pod will have to be self propelled and is no longer allowed to use the SpaceX pusher vehicle. We will soon reveal more details on how we addressed this year’s challenge.

Making Of Video

Competition III

July 2018


This year’s competition will have have one simple objective: the fastest pod wins.
As opposed to last year, every pod will have to be self propelled and is no longer allowed to use the SpaceX pusher vehicle. We will soon reveal more details on how we addressed this year’s challenge.

Making Of Video