Cadillac has revived the idea for its InnerSpace concept. It is a vision of what autonomous luxury could be like. Also in the middle of the 20th century, the arguable pinnacle of American luxury transportation was the personal luxury coupe. It was, in fact, an enormous car that had only two doors, a giant trunk, and truly beautiful styling. Though the body style did fall out of favor.
Cadillac InnerSpace Electric Car
It was an electric car. The InnerSpace has also just two doors. There is no engine upfront. In fact, the profile has changed to emphasize a really low and long glass roof. It had a rather long nose and tail. Moreover, it is really possible that because of the low passenger position the Cadillac did have a wireless battery management system GM is, in fact, developing. Thus, it does allow batteries to be distributed apart from each other in different parts of the car. Then rather all bunched in the floor. Moreover, InnerSpace does have a low, wide, and angular front end. It had a swept-back, tapered tail.
Large doors open up to get in. The roof panel does raise for easy access. Plus, not only, that. The seats did swivel outward to welcome the passengers. It was another reviving midcentury car feature. Also, not only that, the seats do swivel outward to welcome the passengers. Moreover, the seats do feature pop-out ottomans to be using for resting your legs. There is also additional storage space. However, the dominating feature of the interior is the LED screen which spans the entire dash. It did seem to obscure the front view. Not that the view is all that important, since the InnerSpace is meaning to be a fully autonomous car. However, it does not have a steering wheel. Also, Cadillac does say the screen can provide an augmented reality display. Also, show entertainment or relaxing environments.
In fact, InnerSpace is really a concept. There are no plans to put something like this into production anytime soon. With that being said, we would not be upset if the Cadillac wanting to release some sort of flagship luxury coupe which is inspired by the InnerSpace.