At least this the impression we got just by looking at the XTS. GM however says it has designed the car as a "personal headquarters, built for efficiency, luxury and connectivity."
The XTS features Cadillac’s 3.6L V6 direct injection gas engine, paired with a plug-in hybrid system. The latter allows the battery to be charged from a standard electrical outlet, allowing the sedan to provide, in theory, at least twice as much fuel economy than a regular hybrid.
On the inside, designers say they took inspiration from nature, "specifically the intricate layers of petals that combine to form an orchid." The interior comes in light cream color leather, contrasted by dark elements.
The most praised feature of the new concept is the in-car electronics system, which has been designed to minimize the traditional buttons and switches, as well as creative intuitive interaction between the driver and the car.
“The XTS Platinum Concept was designed to deliver an engaging driving experience without compromising the functional features, space and comfort customers seek in a luxury car,” Bryan Nesbitt, Cadillac general manager said in a release. “It is a new vision of luxury that uses advanced technology to deliver functionality efficiently and rewardingly.”