Cadillac presented its vision of future mobility with the Innerspace concept car. The concept car is a luxury, self-driving electric vehicle designed for two passengers. Leveraging cutting-edge technologies designed to enhance the passenger experience along with the increased personal time enabled by fully autonomous mobility, InnerSpace joins Cadillac’s range of concept cars designed for future mobility.

The car joins the Cadillac Halo Concept and Personal Space. “The vehicles in the Cadillac Halo Concept Portfolio are designed to offer comfortable travel in truly extraordinary vehicles,” said Bryan Nesbitt, head of the Global Advanced Design and Global Architecture Studio at General Motors Group. “They are visions for the next decade and beyond, showcasing General Motors’ possibilities in autonomous driving technology with the goal of a world with zero accidents, zero emissions and zero traffic.”

The exterior of the InnerSpace, designed with a futuristic approach, features large panoramic windows that extend all the way to the roof and include the sides for a complete, almost unobstructed view. To facilitate entry and exit from the vehicle, the roof also opens with the doors and the seats swivel outwards. The InnerSpace’s tyres were developed by Goodyear and feature SoundComfort technology that helps mitigate noise for an even quieter ride. Their composition is made from sustainable materials such as soya bean oil and rice husk silica.