Several models and new technologies made headlines at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, but the week was capped in style with the introduction of the Cadillac InnerSpace concept.
And amidst all the electric SUVs sprouting up here and there at CES and across the industry, it was also refreshing to see a car appear in study form. Better yet, we're talking about a coupe, a species that also appears endangered.
That's one reason the InnerSpace has a certain retro feel to it. And let's not forget that in the 60s and 70s, Cadillac routinely offered coupe versions of its models, which delivered great luxury and great class at the same time.
The InnerSpace has only two doors, but since it's an electric car with no engine up front, the profile has been designed to emphasize a surprisingly low and elongated glass roof, rather than a long snout and a rear end stretched for the presence of a huge trunk. Imagine a 1976 Cadillac DeVille, for example.