Cadillac replaced the glass with a TV and the pedals with slippers

The InnerSpace concept is a fully autonomous electric car.

The American manufacturer Cadillac is using the consumer electronics show in Las Vegas to present the InnerSpace concept car, which represents the brand’s vision for the personal mobility of the future.

The concept, of course, is completely electric, and there is no control system in the cabin, and everything is entrusted to autopilot. The prototype two-seater joins the portfolio of Cadillac Halo concepts designed to show that the car can be not only a means of transport, but also a luxury item that can increase the level of comfort and well-being.

The philosophy of this concept is based on the idea that one should use the time on the road to relax, not to strain even more while following the road. Full autonomy allows the driver to get rid of the need to drive, and the set of modern assistants and technologies is designed to help maximize relaxation and rest during the trip.

Thanks to the use of biometric data and machine learning, the concepts from the Halo range can offer everyone a truly personalized travel experience. Instead of a windshield, the electric car has a giant curved screen, and in the place where the pedals are usually located, it is placed specially separated for storing slippers.

For added convenience, the roof opens with doors and the individual seats are moved to the passenger. In addition, using Ultium Platform technology, the batteries are distributed along the entire length of the body, instead of concentrating in one place. This allows the car to be even lower and more sporty, while increasing the space in the cabin.

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