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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Now, the electric car can also sounded sexy on the road

The electric cars should welcome a greener future in the automotive industry, but the zero-emission car has one drawback, they have no sound, so that pedestrians  or other road users can not hear the arrival of electric cars.

But now a Japanese company would change that by linking the electric vehicle to the synthesizer to notify the arrival of electric cars with a sound like a petrol car or a spaceship.
Synth maker Roland will partner with GLM to make the artificial engine sound of the ZZ electric sports car model (pictured) sound 'neo-futuristic', and give drivers the experience of 'driving a space ship'. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1JSwg1G)
The sound function and play an important role for the safety of pedestrians and other road users, which is why a synthesizer specialist company, Roland has been working together with GLM to make the kit on the GLM ZZ electric car model with 'neo-futuristic' sound system.
The synthesiser (pictured) will use input from Japan’s first mass-marketed electric sports car, the ZZ, to produce sounds that reflect what the engine is doing, just like a petrol engine but without the emissions. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1JSwg1G)
This synthesizer will use the input from the GLM ZZ, the first electric sports car that mass marketed in Japan to produce a sound that reflects what the machine do, such as a petrol engine, but without the emissions.
"Supernatural synthesizer technology innovative of Roland will energize the ZZ model's sound system with dynamic sound and dramatically smooth depending on the driving real-time situation such as acceleration, deceleration, and variants of motor load in the tilt," Roland said in a statement, as quoted by the Daily Mail, recently. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | DAILYMAIL]
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