General Motors To Unveil Autonomous Vehicle At CES 202221
General Motors will pull the wraps off of a new fully autonomous vehicle at the upcoming 2022 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
According to a report from The Detroit News, GM will present the autonomous vehicle alongside the Chevy Silverado EV at CES 2022. The publication says the new AV will be a self-driving Cadillac that gives buyers “a more personal experience,” than the Cruise Origin, which debuted in January 2020.
It seems likely the new AV concept will be a more developed version of the Cadillac Personal Autonomous Vehicle (PAV), which was first shown in digital form at CES 2021. The Cadillac PAV was described as a fully autonomous driverless shared vehicle akin to the Cruise Origin, but with various luxury features and amenities designed to cater to wealthier riders. Cadillac described the AV as a “mobile living room configured for maximum comfort and enhanced customer experience,” that delivers the kind of luxe service one might come to expect from a high-end chauffeur service – except with no human driver needed.
Other highlights of the Cadillac PAV concept included an onboard AI system with voice recognition, which can be used to adjust settings like the climate control, light brightness and temperature and cabin scent. Technical specifications for the Cadillac PAV were not released at CES 2021, although it’s safe to assume that it rides on the automaker’s dedicated BEV3 electric vehicle platform and utilizes Ultium batteries and Ultium drive motors – which is the same hardware that underpins the Cruise Origin.
While the Cadillac PAV has already been shown in digital form, it seems as though GM could be set to bring a physical interpretation of the concept to CES 2022. GM CEO Mary Barra will also deliver the keynote address at the electronics show and is expected to release more details on GM’s AV/EV strategies in her speech. The show will kick off on Wednesday, January 5th, 2022 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
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what about the celestiq?
Celestiq will be unveiled later in 2022, spring-summer timeframe.
I assume this one will be named the Ugliq.
Why? Who really wants one? Not me.
These aren’t for you to buy, they are for fleets.
old School … a very talented Chauffeur serves well
here still have good manners schools for them and it is very nice you arrive in aircraft and got picked up by a nice dressed chauffeur who helps your madam with luggages, open the rear door nicely, you trust nothing gets wrong on road… when you arrives in resort, he opens the doors again… you feel thankful… so… then now you enter in a box like this … do you trust seeing no one helping ? no … not me, even if were the public bus
understand they do not want to employ people riding a train, but this goes fix on track, but in a van or car with more than 8 billions people in world and born and born more, not hiring seems paradox, then please do not complain it has huge slams
That thing is ugly, if the people voted it would be named Ugliq as Reno stated.
GM needs to be very careful with AV. gm is not teflon like musk, and if someone dies, it will not be glossed over.
No one should be immune. These companies make vehicles which are heavy and people are putting there lives in these companies hands. If a person dies companies should be held responsible period. gm should be scrutinized they allowed multiple people to die and countless others to be injured with there ignition issue not to long ago which let me add they knew about for over a decade and did nothing. If these companies don’t wanna except responsibility for there actions then they should go out of business.
gm paid a price for those ignition fails. Tesla not so much when two people were literally sliced in half and one careened into a barrier in SJ. My point was exactly the one your post makes. gm is not tesla, no one is going to cut them out of a murder charge like tesla was. Even the volvo that mowed down the pedestrian in AZ managed by uber got away with no charges. The driver they hired to babysit was held minimally responsible. Oh and uber disabled the volvo’s collision avoidance system.
Paid the price? You think money fixed the death of someone?
Who cares about this ugly and useless concept. So again no Celestiq in January?
Brinks Money Transporter ?
Reading my mind….
Big freaking deal. Just an Orgin with more plastic on the side and a Cadillac logo on front.
showed my wife and with no words… said … please say… she immediately said : ‘ for money ‘ ? so
then already 3 with telephatic communication overseas … yeah modern times, we reached
yeah… this tiny side window as an armoured tanker….haha 😄
Let the lawsuits begin!
Who the hell thinks self driving cars are a good idea? If you hate driving that much you have plenty of already existing options.
yeah, an yellow cab taxi is ok, or ? people used ueber, heard too… Moia… Car Sharing… Airplane… Bus
Where Are The GM Cars From The Movie Demolition Man?