Late last night, Elon Musk's Boring Company opened their first tunnel, and offered demonstrations to the press. The 1.14-mile-long runs under Hawthorne, California, with one end in a SpaceX parking lot and the other in a local neighborhood. Press members were given rides through the tunnel in a Tesla Model X, featuring "guide wheels" attached to the EV's front wheels and a speed limit of about 50mph. Check out a video of the test tunnel here. "If driver passes out or goes crazy those tracking wheels ensure the car stays on track," said Musk. While the Boring Co.'s first tunnel may be complete, it is far from being finished. The surfaces are bumpy and have yet to be smoothed out. As a result, the demonstration ride, for now, is rough and passengers in the Model X definitely feel the alignment wheels bumping into the track walls to keep the SUV on course. Musk has talked repeatedly of boring a series of high-speed loop tunnels in major cities to ease congestion.