Sony and Honda to co-produce electric cars

Due to global climate change, the role of electric cars has become very important and is being used in many countries. As a result, automakers are also trying to develop competitive electric cars and seize the market for Elon Musk’s Tesla electric cars. One of them is Sony, a Japanese technology giant.

Sony recently announced a partnership with Honda to build electric cars. Sony, a technology company, will produce devices such as sensors that use sophisticated technology that is critical to automation. Honda will design the first car model, according to a memorandum of understanding between the two companies. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

In joint production, electric cars are designed and manufactured. Plans will be made and sold, but the plant will not be isolated and will use only one of Honda’s plants. They will work on their first model later this year, with the first expected to ship in 2025.

The cars will compete with Tesla and Chinese electric car makers, as well as domestic rivals Toyota and Nissan, which will invest billions by the end of 2021.

‘Sony’s mission is to fill the world with the spirit of innovation and technology,’ said Kenichiro Yoshida, CEO of Sony. Toshihiro Mibe, CEO of Honda, said the new company is committed to innovation and innovation. It aims to stand firm at the forefront of evolution and global expansion. ‘Sony and Honda are historically and culturally similar, but very different in terms of technology,’ he said.

He said he believed the merger of the two companies could be a major force in the future. Honda has said it will continue to design and build its own electric cars, as well as Sony-co-produced electric cars. The announcement comes as car companies are under pressure to produce carbon-free cars. However, electric cars with automatic systems face the challenge of strict safety regulations for pedestrian safety.