It’s an escalade but in the air.
At GM’s CES keynote, the company showed off a range of Cadillac vehicles, both real and imaginary, to explain its vision for the future of transportation On the other hand, the company presented two concept vehicles that will serve as an example for its “Halo portfolio”. First and foremost is a single-seat drone, a VTOL vehicle with a 90 kW battery that can travel from roof to roof at speeds of up to 90 kilometers per hour.
second is the “personal autonomous vehicle”, a self-driving vehicle Laut Box, the vehicle behaves more like a “mobile living room” with an environment that can be precisely tailored to your needs. The idea is that you can sit back and relax in the bench seats at this place as you’ve been driving across town.
Closer to reality, GM teased more details about its Celestiq luxury EV, which by the time had been around the pipes for several years swims.
The vehicle is packed to the gills with technology, including a smart four-quadrant glass roof that can be customized to fit the needs of the person under each seat. If the driver wants an opaque tint that the person driving the shotgun can look up through the clear glass. In addition, the vehicle will have a “pillar-to-pillar” display that runs the full width of the car and customizable environment controls.
Cadillac also had a few more details about its upcoming (and very real) Lyriq SUV, which was properly unveiled last time.
The cockpit is now said to use the Unreal Engine for both its in-car graphics and its augmented reality display, and the company confirmed that the Lyriq will also include Super Cruise driver assistance as standard. It is also the first GM vehicle to use its “Ultium” battery system, which ranges between 50-200kW battery sizes, will also be used inside the Hummer EV, as well as GM’s first electric pickup.
GM says their battery composition uses 70 percent less cobalt, making them cheaper and better for the environment in general. The Lyriq will have a 100 kW battery and a quoted range of around 300 miles, as well as its gigantic 33-inch Hyperscreen.
Not all within GM’s network In December 2020, a report claimed that 150 GM dealers would stop selling Cadillac vehicles and accept a purchase rather than build the equipment necessary to service electric vehicles at dealership work is equally excited about the advent of Cadillac’s journey to electrification because dealership owners are unsure if electric vehicles are the future or that they would justify expensive upgrades to their facilities.
Others may be suspicious of their future earnings given the low maintenance requirements of electric vehicles compared to gasoline-powered vehicles. And, of course, part of it may just be an ill-informed rejection of the need to cut carbon emissions or face a climate catastrophe.
Engadged / TechConflict.Com
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