Japan’s automobile company Honda and Sony, which have a strong position in the electronics segment, are working on a new electric vehicle (EV). It will have self-driving technology. An interesting information has been found about this EV. This may also include the PlayStation 5.
Both these Japanese companies had entered into a joint venture earlier this year to make EVs. It can be introduced in the next three years. This Level 3 autonomous vehicle could have a PlayStation 5 gaming console built-in. Sony Honda Mobility President Izumi Kawanishi says that it is technically possible to give PS5 in the upcoming autonomous vehicle. Company chairman Yasuhide Mizuno said that the goal of this joint venture is to develop such a car that can also meet the needs of entertainment and network.
in this joint venture Honda K’s mechanicals will be used and Sony will be responsible for its electronics. Sony’s popular PS5 can be given in the infotainment system. This vehicle will have integrated sensors necessary for self-driving technology. This vehicle will compete with the large number of sellers of companies like Tesla. EV Will be from.
A few months ago Honda released a teaser photo of its upcoming electric SUV Prologue. The company has introduced it as its first electric vehicle. The Honda Prologue electric SUV will be launched in 2024. For comfortable riding, Honda has focused on giving more space in this electric vehicle. Honda has told that the exterior and interior styling work of this vehicle has been done by its design team present in America. Panoramic roof has been given in this electric SUV. Honda has replaced the H-mark badge with E-series badging and has given Honda branding to the back side of this EV. The Prologue EV will get 21-inch wheels. Talking about the interior, the Honda Prologue EV gets an 11-inch standard full digital driver’s display. Along with this, 11.3 inch audio and connectivity display is also available. The Honda Prologue features a 121.8-inch wheelbase, which is almost 8 inches longer and 5 inches wider than the all-new 2023 Honda CR-V.