General Motors CEO Mary Barra unveiled a new personal self-driving electric concept car from the company’s luxury Cadillac brand Wednesday during the CES technology show.
The sleek two-passenger car, called InnerSpace, is part of Cadillac’s Halo Concept Portfolio.
Barra, during her keynote address, also revealed that GM and its majority-owned subsidiary Cruise plan to offer a personal autonomous electric vehicle to consumers within a few years.
“In pursuing multiple paths simultaneously, GM and Cruise are gaining significant technological expertise and experience, and we are working to be the fastest to market with a retail personal autonomous vehicle,” Barra said Wednesday. “In fact, we aim to deliver our first personal autonomous vehicles as soon as the middle of this decade.”