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Sony reveals exciting details about Vision-S prototype sedan in new video

Sony has now revealed more details in a video where the Vision-S prototype can be seen driving on a private track and on public roads in Austria

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IANS  |  New Delhi 

Sony Vision-S prototype sedan
Sony Vision-S prototype sedan (Photo: Sony.net)

which stunned the public with showcasing its Vision-S prototype sedan last year at CES 2020, has now revealed more details in a video where the Vision-S prototype can be seen driving on a private track and on public roads in Austria.

has partnered with some key players, including automotive contract manufacturer Magna Steyr, on this project.

According to TechCrunch, has increased the number of sensors on the vehicle to 40 to allow for 360-degree awareness and experimented with ways to increase their capabilities.

Izumi Kawanishi, a senior vice president at the company, said in the video that Sony also created a system to verify the safety and security of its connected vehicle.

The dashboard-length display screen has five playing card-sized tiles in the centre labeled camera, settings, navigation, music and video.

Video footage suggests several other features, including a voice assistant, gesture control, ability to update car's software wirelessly, 5G connectivity and more.

"The camera is used to identify and recognise the condition of the occupant. If it detects a sleeping passenger in the back seat, the car will automatically control the climate around that seat to a suitable temperature," according to Sony.

In the video, Frank Stein, president of Magna Steyr, said that Sony and Magna's partnership will continue.

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First Published: Tue, January 12 2021. 10:24 IST
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