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CES 2020: Sony Vision-S Concept Car Unveiled

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We didn’t get to see the upcoming Playstation 5 at Sony’s CES 2020 stage. Can’t say we weren’t disappointed, but, we did get to see something else. It’s a car, a concept car called the Sony Vision-S.

Tingling with Tesla Model S vibes, the Sony Vision-S features 33 sensors that comprises of CMOS image sensors and ToF sensors. These sensors allow the car to detect people and objects, both in and outside of the car, and to assist with its self-driving feature.

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Inside the car is a panoramic screen on the dashboard. Sony mentioned that the car comes with 360-degree Reality Audio. That sounds like the company wants you to enjoy yourself while the car drives itself. However, should you still choose to take the wheel, there is of course a steering wheel for you to do so.

Performance wise, the Sony Vision-S can pounce from 0-100KM/h in just 4.8 seconds, with a top speed of 240KM/h. It’s an all-wheel drive vehicle, mounted with double wishbone suspensions.

The Sony Vision S might not hit the roads just yet (or at all), but if you want to learn more about it, head on to the official website for it here. Just don’t be surprised when you see the car appear in any movies or animations made by Sony.

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