Inside, there are AI-driven biometric input and interfaces viewed from a massive panoramic SMD LED display. Occupants will be able to choose from Augmented Reality Engagement, Entertainment, and Wellness Recovery driving themes. Like those aforementioned production Chevy EVs, the InnerSpace Concept rides on GM’s Ultium architecture. This allows for the battery modules to be spread out, thus increasing cabin space. Unlike combustion-engined vehicles, the floor-mounted battery gave designers the ability to create an ultra-low, sports car-like seating position. Also, there’s no steering wheel or pedals. This thing, in theory, will completely drive itself.
“The vehicles of the Cadillac Halo Concept Portfolio are designed to provide effortless travel through extraordinary means,” said Bryan Nesbitt, GM executive director for global design.