Sony Vision S: Waste of technology

Presented at CES 2020, the model adds kilometers and shows off all its technological power.


During editing Consumer Electronics Show of 2020, Sony surprised with the launch of an electric car prototype: the Sony Vision S, the advancement of a model that for many had a production future. After that CES nothing was known about the project, but now there are important news.

Sony Vision SIs that the Austrian subsidiary of Sony began testing the Vision S, a vehicle that was developed in conjunction with companies such as Nvidia, Continental, Bosch, ZF, Blackberry y Qualcomm.

The Sony Vision S has two 200 kWh electric motors which together produce 260 horsepower. It is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km / h in 4s8 and reach a maximum speed of 240 km / h.

The vehicle has autonomous driving technology and includes 33 sensors throughout the body that are capable of detecting objects or people on the road.

The multimedia system is up there with any Sony product. Called 360 Reality Audio stands out for its ultra-high definition sound.

Sony Vision SThe center console was equipped with a horizontal screen that runs from the dashboard to the front passenger. The exterior mirrors were replaced by side-view cameras.

Has a time of flight sensor (ToF, Time of Flight) that allows obtaining a 3D scan to identify how many occupants there are in the car and thus make security adjustments or information delivery.

With the Sony Vision S the brand does not intend to become a new manufacturer, but rather seeks to establish itself as one of the technology providers for the sector.

 

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