Las Vegas, Nevada – Cadillac has unveiled its latest luxury concept vehicle InnerSpace featuring Goodyear tires for extended comfort.
Displayed during the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas on 5-8 Jan, the concept car is a “a dramatic, two-passenger electric and autonomous luxury vehicle” designed to provide “effortless travel”.
Among other ‘cutting-edge features’, InnerSpace’s tires, developed by Goodyear, are designed to contribute to its solace, said a Cadillac statement 5 Jan.
The tires feature SoundComfort technology designed to help mitigate soundwave resonance within the tire for a quiet ride.
On the sustainability front, the tires are made with soybean processing oil and rice husk-based silica, which replace petroleum-based materials as key ingredients.
Goodyear also included its SightLine intelligence technology in the tire, which conveys data about the tire pressure, temperature, load and performance.
Unveiled last June, SightLine uses sensors with cloud-based algorithms to communicate with fleet operators in real-time. The technology is currently available in North America and Europe.
InnerSpace is part of Cadillac’s Halo concept portfolio of vehicles, first introduced last year at CES.
The portfolio, according to Cadillac, envisions to move passengers “in a luxurious environment” while enhancing their well-being.
Conceptually, the portfolio repurposes how passengers use their time while travelling and is claimed to provide “a space for solace and respite.”
Other technologies used in the vehicle include biometric input and AI machine learning.