As expected, General Motors has pulled the covers on a new fully autonomous vehicle concept in conjunction with the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The new AV is dubbed the Cadillac InnerSpace, and it features a luxurious cabin for two that’s dripping with cutting-edge technology features, as well as a fully electric powertrain for motivation.
Outside, we find the Cadillac InnerSpace features a stunning exterior design, with a low-slung stance and elongated body. The roof opens with the doors for easier access, while a set of pivoting seats meet passengers. Inside, the materials appear to be top-shelf, while the layout is spacious and clean, with maximum interior roof provided by the low-mounted battery pack.
Panoramic glass gives passengers ample views of the surrounding environment, while onboard tech features are available via a panoramic SMD LED display. The Cadillac InnerSpace also runs silent Goodyear tires with SoundComfort technology for a hushed ride.
Beyond the exterior and interior design, the Cadillac InnerSpace also outlines a wealth of different high-tech features, including “biometric input and AI machine learning.” These technologies offer passengers an individualized and unique experience through software-defined features and vehicle connectivity with GM’s Ultifi software platform, including over-the-air updates.
Passengers can choose between various themes for their in-vehicle experience, such as Augmented Reality Engagement, Entertainment, and Wellness Recovery, with further themes wirelessly available from Cadillac and authorized third parties.
Notably, General Motors is also gearing up to release a new luxury travel concept dubbed “OpenSpace” with a fresh video.
As for production vehicles, General Motors unveiled Cruise Origin back in 2020, designed as a fully autonomous, all-electric ridesharing vehicle.