Cadillac InnerSpace Concept Autonomous Electric Vehicle Luxury Coupe
For a truly autonomous EV luxury coupe experience, look no further than the Cadillac InnerSpace. This two-passenger electric vehicle boasts AI-driven biometric input and interfaces, accessible through a large, immersive SMD LED display. This panel allows passengers to select from Augmented Reality Engagement, Entertainment and Wellness Recovery themes for their drive. Thanks to a partnership with Ultifi, Cadillac engineers and authorized third parties are able to offer additional themes and features that can be installed over the air.



Using Ultium Platform’s wireless battery management system, the battery modules are located throughout the concept vehicle, which enabled designers to optimize the cabin for spaciousness and relaxation. This also resulted in a low-profile floor, providing an extremely low, sports car-like seating position. On the outside, you’ll find expansive panoramic glass on the roof, which opens with the doors for more convenient entry and egress.

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Cadillac InnerSpace Concept Autonomous Electric Vehicle Luxury Coupe
Cadillac InnerSpace Concept Autonomous Electric Vehicle Luxury Coupe
Cadillac InnerSpace Concept Autonomous Electric Vehicle Luxury Coupe
Cadillac InnerSpace Concept Autonomous Electric Vehicle Luxury Coupe
Cadillac InnerSpace Concept Autonomous Electric Vehicle Luxury Coupe

Electrification and autonomous driving will fundamentally change the role of vehicles and the experiences customers have with them. 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,” said Bryan Nesbitt, GM executive director, Global Advanced Design and Global Architecture Studio.

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