The first successful Hyperloop run might occur in 2016.

The first Hyperloop tubes have arrived in the Nevada desert for Hyperloop Technologies' eventual test track, CNN Money reports. Here's what they look like:

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The idea is to eventually use these unassuming looking tubes to propel people in pods at speeds that could top 700 miles per hour. 

But for now, the arrival of the tubes shows Hyperloop Technologies is getting serious about building a full-scale track to test its Hyperloop system.

"We actually have the whole company riveted behind achieving our own Kitty Hawk moment," Rob Lloyd CEO of Hyperloop Technologies, said in the interview. Lloyd was referring to Kitty Hawk, North Carolina — where the Wright brothers achieved the first airplane flight.

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Hyperloop Technologies is currently working on building two separate test tracks.

The one in North Las Vegas, Nevada, will be open and not enclosed. It will also be shorter than the proposed full scale system, and testing will take place during the first quarter of 2016.

The tubes that have arrived in North Las Vegas, Nevada will not be used for that open and unenclosed test track.

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Rather, the tubes will be used for a two-mile track that will test the company's full scale prototype system. Hyperloop Technologies has not found a location for that system, so the tubes will wait in Nevada until one is found.

Lloyd said in the CNN Money interview that the startup is planning on completing their Hyperloop in 2021 — potentially 2020 if they "continue to see the progress we are making today."

Another California-based startup, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, is also planning on building a five-mile test track in Quay Valley, California during the next few months.