Sony has unveiled an electric car -- yes, an actual car -- at CES today. It's the first prototype vehicle under Sony's mobility efforts called the Vision-S initiative, and based on what the tech giant said during its press event, it was built to showcase the automotive technologies it developed and can offer. Sony teamed up with a number of companies such as Bosch, Continental, NVIDIA and Qualcomm, to create the prototype sedan.
It's loaded with 33 sensors, most likely including ones that enable autonomous driving, 360 Reality Audio tech, wide-screen displays and other features. The company didn't reveal much about Vision-S during the event, but we'll get an even closer look at the concept vehicle later this week in Las Vegas. For now, here's what else Sony is sharing about its CES surprise reveal...
Sony is working on becoming automotive supplier, so they sell this kind of stuff to... LexusI you van play Gran Turismo with yout HUD this beats Lexus. Seriously literally my two most favourite brands going against each other.
Indeed, this concept notwithstanding, I don't see Sony starting to manufacture cars. If anything, I'm reminded of Yamaha (which pulled its carmaking aspirations after a handful of concept vehicles) and Dyson (which only got as far as a sketch for a potential crossover vehicle).Sony is working on becoming automotive supplier, so they sell this kind of stuff to... Lexus
They are not competing... for instance, cameras in new Toyota safety systems from 2018 on are from Sony.
right... it is showcase of their automotive parts bin. For instance there are 36 Sony sensors integrated there.Indeed, this concept notwithstanding, I don't see Sony starting to manufacture cars. If anything, I'm reminded of Yamaha (which pulled its car making aspirations after a handful of concept vehicles) and Dyson (which only got as far as a sketch for a potential crossover vehicle).
I love Xperia so much hoping to replace my XZ2 with 2020 model. PS5 is coming also so I need to replace my Bravia with 8K model.Guys it's production ready , even the fit & finish and the smallest detail
Honestly I hope they produce it, and it's not far from Sony, Sony produce Xperia which lose annually but keep the line to be a showcase product , why they won't make it with this car