The concepts in the CES video were introduced by GM design chief Mike Simcoe, who described the VTOL as "the Cadillac of urban air mobility".
GM also showed off a rectangular-shaped Cadillac Personal Autonomous Vehicle (PAV) that provides a social space for passengers - similar to a limo but without a driver at the wheel.
The new sedan will go by the name Celestiq, and during an online presentation General Motors held Tuesday as part of the 2021 Consumer Electronics Show, the automaker teased some features of the Celestiq, including a four-panel glass roof.
"VTOL is a key to GM's vision for a multimodal future", the narrator said, voicing over a simulation of the aircraft in flight. As per a senior executive from the company, the new concept vehicle is a "reimagining the future of personal transportation".