GM unveils new self-driving Cadillac concept vehicle


Cadillac InnerSpace concept


DETROIT — General Motors unveiled a new personal self-driving electric concept car from GM’s luxury brand Cadillac on Wednesday during the CES technology show.

The sleek two-passenger car, called InnerSpace, is part of Cadillac’s Halo Concept Portfolio, which debuted a year ago at CES with an urban air mobility vehicle and a shared autonomous shuttle.

GM CEO Mary Barra, during a keynote address, also revealed that GM and its majority-owned subsidiary Cruise plan to offer a personal autonomous electric vehicle to consumers as soon as mid-decade.

That timeline is the most detailed since Barra last May said the company believes it could offer personal autonomous…


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