InnerSpace Concept Vehicle, Is The Magic Of GM For 2022 CES

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The CES od 2020 is on in Dubai, and also companies are working on future one too. General Motors via virtual conference confirm that they will show their new concept, Cadillac InnerSpace at CES 2022. The 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV was one other issue that was discussed.

This I the fleet of spacy cars of Cadillac. It started with last year’s CES shows. Cadillac revealed back then the PersonalSpace and SocialSpace. InnerSpace is about the perfect interior condition. Luxury, comfort, and the latest technology make it the perfect place to have your meeting or the president and go to your white house. This big cabin is just for two passengers. It's fully autonomous, which means nothing from outside would disturb you. The AI also analyzes passengers and gives you a total personalized experience.

cadillac innerspace concept car

Inside the cabin, there is a large panoramic LED display that lets passengers interact with the functions of the car. Watch movies, play video games, or anything like that. Cadillac claims, this car would recover you from a stressful working day, just designed for "wellness recover themes". you can be inside the car, and watch the outside view through big windows.

cadillac innerspace concept car

The battery back should be huge for such a huge vehicle. Ultium battery modules are spread out as opposed to being part of a big pack. Nevertheless, Cadillac tried to keep the sporty appearance. The ground clearance is too low. The vehicle itself is long. Bryan Nesbitt, GM executive director, Global Advanced Design and Global Architecture Studio, said:

We’re exploring where that will go with these innovative concepts, envisioning mobility as an ally of wellness, giving customers the ultimate luxury, more personal time rather than taking it.

If you are just excited like me to have one, you should consider two aspects. This concept car is far away to be a production vehicle at least in near future. In the case of production, it would be far expensive than your pocket.

What do you think?