Cadillac wants to fly people in electric drones



Cadillac wants to fly people in electric drones

General Motors shared some futuristic concept vehicles, including a sleek Cadillac passenger drone, on Tuesday in a classic CES move.

As part of its Cadillac Halo portfolio, a shiny, silver and black self-driving shuttle, and a matching passenger drone were introduced. Both are just ideas with no production plans — yet. 

The VTOL flying car (that’s the term used for vertical take-off and landing vehicles or passenger drones) is GM’s first design in aerial mobility. It’s an idea for personal air travel that doesn’t require a trip to the airport. 

“It’s a concept for when time is of the essence,” GM’s Michael Simcoe said at the event. Read more…

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