GM surprises with autonomous Cadillac and flying car concepts
CES wouldn’t be CES without some bonkers, far-out vehicle concepts. And thankfully, General Motors brought two.
The automaker showed off a luxury egg-shaped autonomous vehicle and a single-seater electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft during its keynote address on Tuesday. Both vehicles are part of Cadillac’s Halo Portfolio and probably won’t be going into production anytime soon — or at all.
Still, the concepts are meant to show off Cadillac’s (and, by extension, GM’s) design intentions for future products, as well as serving as an extravagant symbol of the brand’s manufacturing skills.
The AV concept looks like a leather-and-fur-draped version of many of the…