Sony Vision-S Concept Is Now Set to Be Road Tested

Despite no initial intentions to become a production vehicle.

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Following its impressive CES 2020 reveal, Sony‘s Vision-S Concept car has now returned to Tokyo and is set to be road tested.

Despite noting no intentions of turning the concept into the production vehicle, Sony is continuing to work on its fully operational electric car. “Vision-S Prototype has arrived in Tokyo for advancing our sensing and audio technologies. The prototype vehicle is also currently under development for public road testing this fiscal year.” It is currently unclear why the company would need to take the car on the road if it initially revealed it has no plans to bring the model into production.

Check out the Sony Vision-S Concept car’s return to Tokyo above and stay tuned for more details.

For more automotive news, the 2021 BMW X7 recently received a Dark Shadow Edition.

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