Speaker 1: Cadillac just unveiled an exciting new concept car at CES. And yes, I said car, the brand super sleek Innerspace design study. Isn't honest to goodness to door, not a truck, an SUV, or even a crossover, more streamlined than a ballistic missile. The inner space illustrates what Cadillac thinks personal autonomous mobility will look like in the coming decades. And that is a buzzword salad. If I ever
Speaker 2: Heard one starting outside the [00:00:30] all electric Innerspace low, almost lozenge, like body is super futuristic that arcing roof line and long drawn out tail, make it look like a road going spaceship and more than a touch like the Mercedes-Benz vision, EQ X X concept that was also recently unveiled front end center is your typical Cadillac face, which doesn't seem to fit this vehicle. All that well, but Hey, those gorgeous wheels. Sure. Don't hurt. And they're wrapped in special [00:01:00] eco-friendly Goodyear to hires that are made of soybean oil and rice husk based silica as its name suggests. The inner space is designed to be a luxury lounge on wheels. You access the two seed interior by popping the doors and roof. Yes, the roof that largely glass top is hinged at the front fend and is right up opener wide. And you get a great look at the cabin, which offers sprawl out amounts of leg room.
Speaker 2: That single [00:01:30] love seat like chair is also split down the middle. So each half can pivot outward to make ingress and egress simpler. A feature. Some Chryslers offered back in the 1950s and sixties. This Cadillac concept is also fitted with a massive screen that takes up practically the entire space where the dashboard would normally be. It provides augmented reality plus entertainment and wellness options while you're cruising along and notice, I didn't say driving along because this puppy [00:02:00] is supposed to be fully autonomous. There's no a steering wheel or pedals that I can see. So unless you pilot it with a PlayStation controller, it's doing all the work. This futuristic design study is part of Cadillac's halo concept portfolio, which also includes a boxy autonomous bus and a vertical takeoff in landing aircraft far out stuff that will probably never be produced.
Speaker 1: Of course we have no idea when, or even if the inner space will ever get built. [00:02:30] It probably won't, but it's not hard to imagine at least some of this car's ambitious features making their way to future production vehicles. Well, everything except for that popup roof. I mean, that's just gratuitous and let, it's be honest a little bit silly anyway. Thank you so much for watching and make sure to check out all of our CES coverage by subscribing to the roadshow YouTube channel. I can't promise you'll love it, but I can guarantee that I'm required to tell you to subscribe and watch our other videos.