General Motors has unveiled a flying car concept and it looks like something straight out of Westworld.
The flying car concept doesn’t have an official name but it is designed to be a single-seater electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft.
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The vehicle was unveiled as part of Cadillac’s Halo Portfolio of designs so it’s a long way from becoming a practical mode of transport.
That said, Cadillac has a few of its mechanics figured out. The eVTOL aircraft will supposedly use a GM Ultium battery and a 90kWh electric motor to power four rotors similar to a drone.
It also features a pack and an ultra-lightweight body with four pairs of rotors. Meanwhile, the largely glass cabin offers a panoramic view of the world below you.
Unfortunately, that’s all about we know about the eVTOL concept as a GM spokesperson declined to share any more details on it.
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