- Sony just showed off its electric concept car, the Vision-S, at CES 2020.
- The concept envisions a future in which cars are constantly updating as new software becomes available.
- The Vision-S has interior and exterior sensors for comfort and safety.
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Sony unexpectedly unveiled its first concept car, and it’s already getting buzz for some innovative features.
The Vision-S, which the Japanese electronics-maker debuted at CES 2020, presents a futuristic model of an electric car focused on passenger comfort and safety, while leaving the actual mechanics of driving to the car itself.
Features like automated valet parking will feel like a godsend to anyone who dreads parallel parking, while each seat’s individual speakers will instantly end road trip fights about what music to listen to.
Right now, the car is only a prototype, so we don’t know if it will ever actually be available to purchase. In the meantime, check out some of the features of the Vision-S.