Marc Lore’s $400B Telosa City to Pioneer Car-Free, Sustainable Living in U.S. Desert

 Marc Lore’s $400B Telosa City to Pioneer Car-Free, Sustainable Living in U.S. Desert

A new futuristic megacity, Telosa City, is set to emerge in the United States, designed to operate without traditional cars and relying solely on public transportation. Entrepreneur Marc Lore is spearheading this $400 billion project, which aims to house five million residents in the desert region spanning Nevada, Arizona, and Utah.

Named Telosa City, this innovative metropolis aspires to compete with other groundbreaking projects like Neom’s linear city “The Line” in Saudi Arabia and South Korea’s floating city Oceanix Busan. Lore envisions Telosa as a fusion of Scandinavian eco-friendliness and American freedom.

In a bold move, Telosa will ban cars using fossil fuels, replacing them with public transport, bicycles, and autonomous vehicles. Additionally, the city will feature a landmark “Equity” skyscraper, equipped with aeroponic farms, photovoltaic panels, and water storage facilities.

Lore’s vision for Telosa includes creating a sustainable and equitable urban environment, setting a new standard for future cities.

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