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Sony and Honda, which announced a joint venture last year to develop and build electric cars, have revealed the name of their new car brand. It will be called Afeela. And Cary-based Epic Games is playing a significant role in its futuristic features.
The electric vehicle from Sony Honda Mobility Inc. will go on sale in 2025, with deliveries coming first in the U.S. in early 2026, and in Japan later that year, Chief Executive Yasuhide Mizuno told reporters. Pre-orders start 2025.
Prior to the agreement, Sony developed two electric vehicles of its own, the Vision-S and Vision-S 02.
Sony and Honda announced Friday that they plan to start a joint venture to make and sell electric vehicles. The company will be established later this year, and deliveries will begin by 2025. Here's what's happening.
The New York Times has acquired Wordle, the explosively popular game that gives players six chances to guess a five-letter word daily. And PlayStation-maker Sony is escalating its competition with Xbox-maker Microsoft by buying the video game studio behind one of Xbox's hit games.
Sony has announced plans to launch an electric car company later this year as it unveiled a new sports utility vehicle concept. And Chrysler is pushing ahead with its own EV plans. Here’s the latest.
The investment cements an already "close relationship," Epic added, allowing the companies to collaborate across Sony's portfolio of entertainment assets and Epic's social entertainment platform and digital ecosystem. The closing of the investment is subject to customary closing conditions, including regulatory approvals.
The highly-anticipated console will offer a level of speed never before seen in the history of the PlayStation franchise, according to Sony.
In a series of tweets posted on their official Twitter account, Sony addressed the recent reports of their conflict with Disney.
Spidey's in danger!
By Rob Picheta, CNN Business