The eVTOL is just a concept at this stage with no indication of if or when it will go into production.
You can see it in the video available at the bottom of the page, starting at the 7:15-minute mark.
According to a Reuters report, the new flying Cadillac is autonomous and can even land and take off vertically.
The single-passenger Cadillac - technically, a vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) drone - will be able to travel from urban rooftop to urban rooftop at speeds up to 88kph. The vehicle is designed as a shuttle or taxi with a focus on building a social space for passengers to spend time together while travelling. At the moment, no finer details regarding the vehicle are now known, but the company did state that it is "arriving soon" with lounge like seating, biometric sensors, voice controls, and hand gesture support as well.
Petrol price crosses Rs 91 mark, diesel costliest ever
State-owned fuel retailers ( IOC , HPCL , BPCL ) had on 6 January, resumed daily price revision after almost a month-long hiatus. The United States West Texas Intermediate was up 1.3% at $53.88 a barrel, while Brent crude was up 79 cents at $57.37.