Honda and Sony cooperate to build electric cars
In what may be the biggest tie-up that the PlayStation generation never knew it wanted, Sony and Honda’s motobike has officially confirmed that they will work together to produce Electric Car under a new joint venture.
Specifically, the two companies will establish a joint venture (referred to as “new company”) to jointly develop and do high-value-added business. tram (Electric vehicle) through the new company, and will also provide services for commuting”, Honda translates notification speak. The announcement also says that the deal demonstrates their “intention to be a vehicle”, but as tough as it has been for the past two years, we’ll analyze that one of the translation errors rather than the early signs of an existential crisis.
Recently, Sony has been spotted hanging around in the automotive field, dipping its toe into the concepts shown at CES in 2020 and again this year though make sure it has not interested in making cars. Those claims began to fall on deaf ears after Vision-S 02 SUV ideas emerged in January. It’s no surprise that Sony’s two concept models are heavy on technological promise and relatively light on mechanical specs, but this is to be expected early in the process, especially given the former’s mission. by Sony. We suspect that the nuts will be responsible for Honda.
And while Honda hasn’t approached electrification with the same timidity as its home rivals Toyota, their efforts to go it alone in the electric vehicle world are still scant, especially in the United States. The company announced in 2020 that it will also develop vehicles with Support from General Motors. The Prologue EV and an unnamed Acura both will be built on General’s Ultium power architecture.
“Sony’s aim is to ignite the world with the power of creativity and technology,” said Kenichiro Yoshida Corporation President and CEO. “Through our alliance with Honda, which has been and continues to do so, we want to contribute to the growth of mobility focusing on the three areas of safety, entertainment and adaptability.”