The new flying “Cadillac” of the company “General Motors” is a vehicle that moves without a driver, takes off vertically and descends and drives passengers on the “air line”.
This futuristic vehicle is technically a drone, which is designed to drive one passenger. It is completely autonomous, electric, and can travel at a speed of about 90 kilometers per hour. It consists of an ultra light housing, contains a battery and a 90 KW motor.
The senior executive director of “General Motors” described the new “Cadillac” as a “concept of the future of personal transport”, Reuters reports.
In addition to the flying “Cadillac”, a family electric “Cadillac” shuttle was presented.
The autonomous shuttle has front and rear sliding doors and a panoramic glass roof, and the company states that it will “arrive soon”. Equipped with biometric sensors, has a voice message system and hand motion recognition, the leading people refused to reveal more details about the new cars.
The demand for electric cars is growing from year to year, because these vehicles are not used fossil fuels, and therefore no emissions. Thus, in 2020, the company Tesla made an incredible 500,000 electric vehicles.
It is certain that at some point, the production of cars with internal combustion engines will stop and that air vehicles will become a common sight in the world’s metropolises.
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