New electric car 2020 Sony VISION-S

Electric car development is an exciting and evolving field. It will also include a number of new players, including Sony, for example.


The giant Japanese company, largely known for its consumer electronics and entertainment services, also demonstrated its initially prototype driving machine at CES, a US technology fair. The concept car is called VISION-S.

VIDEO: Sony VISION-S Electric Car

It seems that Sony's main goal in creating a car is to demonstrate its technology, which has been developed over time. For example, the car has 33 sensors that monitor the car inside and out and show how Sony products can be used to create cars. They detect objects, depth and distances, and are therefore useful in collecting data, for example, in the development of self-driving cars.

In addition, they wanted to show that Sony's solutions are also very useful for in-car entertainment systems. That's why the VISION-S has a 360-degree surround sound solution and a whole host of screens for both front and rear seats. The front screen extends over the entire armature. The whole system is controlled by Sony's artificial intelligence and software.

According to Sony representatives, the car is nowadays connectable everywhere and the user can access it through a mobile application. It is also possible to create user profiles that help make the car suitable for any driver and remember his or her preferences.

But when it comes to car performance, Sony says it has four-wheel drive and a total of 400 kilowatts. With two electric motors, acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h is achieved in 4.8 seconds and top speed is 240 km / h. As it is unlikely to be (yet) a production car, there was no mention of the range.
This is what Magna Steyr, the Austrian car manufacturer, is responsible for car solutions, which manufactures and develops a variety of passenger cars for car companies. For example, the new BMW Z4, Jaguar I-Pace, Toyota Supra and Mercedes-Benz G-Class have rolled out of their factories. There was no mention of whether or not VISION-S would be more widely produced.
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