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A Hyperloop alternative: Honda proposes grid of accident-resistant, clean energy cars that go 180 mph

Elon Musk's proposed Hyperloop high speed train has drawn applause and interest. But, Honda says there's a much more practical and universal way to achieve similar results.

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