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PS5 giant Sony launches a new electric VEHICLE that you can control remotely with an app

SONY is moving away from the usual PlayStation consoles and TVs with a new focus on cars and the big tech behind the wheel.

The Japanese company has unveiled a new futuristic concept with high-tech, 5G sensors and smartphone control at its heart.

Sony seems serious about its driving passions

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Sony seems serious about its driving passions

A test video shows a sleek SUV equipped with a variety of accessories, including a giant panoramic screen and digital rearview mirror.

Speakers have been integrated into each seat to deliver an individual audio experience for each passenger.

Around 40 sensors have been packed across the entire VISION-S concept for self-driving features like parking and even lane change recommendations.

But above all, the user can control the car from his smartphone.

An app that shows everything from battery levels to vehicle settings.

You can even remotely honk your horn, flash your lights, and lock or unlock the door.

The doors can also automatically open when the driver approaches.

And it looks like Sony will be in for the long haul, too, as the tech giant has announced that it’s starting a new company to feed its push ambitions.

Sony Mobility Inc is set to launch in the spring, as the company looks to enter the electric vehicle market.

Bosses say the new division will make the best use of AI and robotics technology.

The PS5 maker is also exploring remote operating technology, allowing someone else to drive to another location.

Tests were carried out between a car in Germany and a controller in Japan using a remote steering wheel, carried out via a high-speed 5G connection.

The inside of the car is equipped with countless high-tech kits

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The inside of the car is equipped with countless high-tech kits
The ‘world’s largest’ PS5 is 10ft tall and weighs more than four people

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