Sony introduced the Vision-S in CES 2020 and now it is doing its road tests. The electric concept has been made by some bits of help from Bosch, NVIDIA, Continental, and Qualcomm.
The testing process for Vision-S shows that Sony is seriously considering entering the car market. Sony Vision-S is an electric sedan with two electric motors. The total output is 536 hp and the car can hit 100 kph in 4.8 seconds and reach the top speed of 240 kph.
The car also supports Level2+ semi-autonomous driving rallied on LiDar, ultrasonic and radar sensors. Adaptive cruise control, lane change assist and auto-parking system are other highlights of the Vision-S.