Elon Musk has big plans for the future.
During a recent TED Talk, the 45-year-old executive revealed his vision and motivation for each of his companies — The Boring Company, Hyperloop, and Tesla. There's a lot Musk wants to accomplish in a short period of time, which begs the question: Can he actually turn his futuristic plans into reality?
Fortune spoke to several experts to see if they share the CEO's optimism.
The Boring Company tunnels
Musk established The Boring Company in December 2016 after he complained on Twitter about traffic driving him "nuts." According to the company's recent concept video, the idea is to have Teslas (of course) pull up to a port stationed on the side of a busy city road, where the cars are then submerged beneath the street. Once on the underground freeway, cars would be able to travel at speeds up to 124 miles per hour.