Speaker 1: It's a bird. It's a plane. It's a flying wheelchair. No, Nope. And definitely not. This is the Cadillac personal space, a robo taxi. That's part of the brand's halo concept portfolio that provides a vision of what transportation might look like in the coming decades. Let's take an up close and personal lo look at this aerial curiosity, the personal space, along with the boxy social space, both debuted virtually at CES last [00:00:30] year Cadillac's Innerspace coop concept debuted at the trade show this year. And we will have videos on all three of these concepts. So make sure you check them out. I mean, you're already watching one third of them with this video, but when you're done here, go check out the other two, please. Annie, who? This is our first up close and personal look at this single seat, autonomous drone. It hints at the sort of vehicle's GM's luxury division wants to build in the coming years and coming decades.
Speaker 1: And it's quite a departure from [00:01:00] an Escalade or a CT five V black, w don't you think, aside from its single seat, the personal space has four rotors and supposedly a 90 kilowat hour TM battery pack, a power train that provides the top speed of about 55 miles an hour. But how about the range? Well, GM hasn't shared any info on that. So your guest is as good as, but you probably won't want to plan any transcontinental flights in this thing. The real use case for this vehicle is much more [00:01:30] local. It's probably intended for well healed executives to jet off from their corporate helipad off to meetings, downtown flying right over all of the congestion and noise and poor people on the streets below the Cadillac personal space concept takes the idea of an autonomous podcast. One step further by freeing it from the limitations of the ground. Plus it's pretty sweet. You feel like captain Kirk or emperor PE pettin in this awesome recliner. Now autonomous air taxis [00:02:00] seem like kind of a crazy idea, an impossibility at this point, but I would absolutely love one of these things. And I know a lot of you out there would as well. So fingers crossed these things get built sooner than later.