On the sidelines of CES, General Motots gave a series of teasers of the 30 electric vehicles it is preparing until 2025, while it also shows us an original flying taxi-vehicle. The American company wants by 2025 40% of the cars it will sell in the USA to be purely electric.
Among the cars that GM shows us is a Chevrolet electric crossover that will have an 18 αφ touch screen in the center of the dashboard, with Buick having in its range two crossovers, a medium-sized one similar to the Cadillac Lyriq and its aforementioned model. Chevrolet, but also a smaller crossover, the size of the Chevrolet Bolt EUV.
Both will feature a huge 30 οθόνη display on the center console. In addition to the Lyriq, Cadillac will also offer a larger electric SUV, similar in size to the Escalade.
Cadillac will also launch the Celestiq, a hand-made sedan model that will become the company’s flagship. This will be manufactured in limited production, representing the “ultimate luxury experience with high levels of personalization”. It will be a four-seater and will have 23 τες wheels.
Inside we will find many screens, touch surfaces, a large curved screen on the front panel, wooden and metal decorations, hidden atmospheric LED lighting and many more luxuries.
It will also have a “smart” glass roof consisting of 4 parts, with each one being able to change color depending on the wishes of the passenger.
The flying single-seater taxi is GM’s idea for future urban travel, which can reach speeds of up to 90 km / h. GM is also creating a new company, BrightDrop, which will launch the EV600 electric van to be used by courier and shipping companies.
The van will use GM Ultium batteries and will offer a range of up to 400 km per charge. Its deliveries will begin at some point during the year.
Finally, Cadillac shows us an autonomous luxury electric van that does not have a steering wheel.
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