Introduced an Automatic Driving Car That Can also Fly: General Motors has unveiled the Cadillac car of the future that is capable of self-driving as well as flying.
The concept vehicle, which can fly and land like a helicopter, was unveiled at the CES Technology Show in Las Vegas.
According to the company, the concept vehicle has been developed with future transportation in mind.
Only one passenger will be able to travel, which is technically a vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) drone, which can travel from one roof to another in cities at a speed of 55 miles per hour.
General Motors Has Introduced an Automatic Driving Car That Can also Fly
It is a fully automatic and electric vehicle with a 90 kW motor, GM lithium battery pack, and ultra-lightweight body with 4 rotors.
- A glimpse of the Flying Cadillac was presented in a video at CES.
- The company introduced it, calling it the Cadillac, which travels in cities by air.
- “This drone is the key to GM’s future vision,” said Mike Semco, general manager’s design chief.
- The video states that the Cadillac drone is coming soon, with sliding doors and a panoramic glass roof.
The cabin inside the car has a lounge-like seat with biometric sensors, voice control, and other technologies.
No further details were given by the company.