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Thursday, January 13, 2022

Sony presented its 2nd EV prototype named Sony Vision S-02

~Next EV~ As is well known, one of Japanese electronics giants, Sony has launched its sedan genre prototype electric-powered vehicle called the Sony Vision-S at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020 event which took place in Las Vegas, United States.
The Sony's 2nd EV prototype called Vision-S 02 is debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2022 which took place in Las Vegas, United States. (Picture from: LatestCarNews)
It turns out that it doesn't just stop there, in the early year of (2022) the Japanese company continued its experiments and again presented the figure of the latest electric-powered vehicle named the Sony Vision-S 02 which carried the style of 7-seats SUV. Like the predecessor, the newest Sony SUV prototype was also debuted at same event on this year which started on Wednesday, January 5, 2022.
The Sony Vision-S 02 is able to drive autonomously, and the Japanese company claimed the car's autonomous capability is reach the Level-2. (Picture from: PaulTan.org)
As quoted of Paultan, the electric car is called the Sony Vision-S 02 due to it has a similar design to its predecessor, the Sony Vision-S and the only difference is its size, which is now much larger to accommodate a larger capacity (ie 7-seats).

Furthermore, the big difference does not only occur on the exterior, the Sony's SUV prototype is now equipped with a more sophisticated dashboard design that has three touch screens in the middle and two additional screens that function as rearview mirrors to display road conditions on the right or left, and also the rear of the car.
Inside the Sony Vision-S 02 cabin is now equipped with a more sophisticated dashboard design that has three touch screens. (Picture from: PaulTan.org)
Then there is also a panoramic glass-roof that stretches from the front to the back of the car. As a result, the interior of this car looks more spacious because it seems as if it's naturely openned. Sony is also trying to bring advanced technology into the electric-powered car. For example, Sony providing an advanced audio system namely Sony 360 Reality Audio, so by the feature the passengers of the car can access music and movie streaming on the Bravia Core services.

Like its sedan predecessor, the Sony Vision-S 02's passengers can also play the PlayStation remotely. Even if the PlayStation console is left at home, car owners can play it from inside the car. The most recent feature is the installation of a special camera that detects faces in the car. The camera allows the driver and passenger to perform voice commands and special gestures to access various features in the car.
Then there is also a panoramic glass-roof that stretches from the front to the back and made the car's cabin looks more spacious because it seems as if it's naturely openned. (Picture from: PaulTan.org)
Thanks to the camera, the car can also activate the memory of driving settings that are usually done by the driver. Starting from the height of the steering wheel, your favorite driving mode to the most frequently selected entertainment options. Sony also claims this car can run autonomously, the car's autonomous capability is claimed to reach Level 2. This is obtained thanks to the installation of 40 sensor points throughout the car body. Including the camera and LIDAR on the front of the car.

Although Sony could be said success in making these 2 electric-powered vehicle prototypes (a sedan and suv), but still makes many people wonder why those cars were just displayed? Meanwhile at the CES 2022, Sony only gave a quite simple answer.
This time the Japanese electronic giant answered the company would create a special division namely Sony Mobility Inc., in preparation for entering the electric-powered car business which has been growing in recent times. So might be in the future those two or another Sony-made cars can be bought and owned by the public. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | PAULTAN | LATESTCARNEWS ]
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