Sony then clarified that it is a concept that aims to showcase their capabilities and test technologies for autonomous and electric vehicles.
Within a year of its introduction, VISION-S had progressed, as can be seen in the attached video, and engineers had worked hard on new technologies, sensors and autonomous driving cameras. According to new information, there are a total of 40 special sensors for automatic driving.
Now, the Japanese company said, a new stage of development has entered for VISION-S. Namely, tests have started on public roads in Austria, where Sony and its partners want to evaluate their own technologies and safety solutions installed in this car. Testing takes place near Sony’s engineering center in Graz.
At the same time, the progress in technologies that has been achieved was presented at the virtual CES 2021. VISION-S will, we have now learned, offer a “software-oriented design”, and of the specific features Sony boasted two electric motors with a total power of 536 hp, acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in 4.8 seconds and a top concept speed of 240 km / h. However, these are all more or less the same specifications that we knew last year
More detailed information about the battery, range, as well as the possible start of production or sales, were not released.
Author: SEEbiz / Bug.hr
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