Sony and Honda Unveil Joint Electric Car Afeela at CES

• Sony and Honda have announced the prototype of their joint electric car initiative Afeela at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
• The four-door sedan will begin shipping to North America in 2026 and pre-orders will start in 2025.
• The electric automobile will combine staple elements from both Sony and Honda in its functionality.

Sony and Honda have announced the unveiling of their joint electric car initiative Afeela at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The four-door sedan drove onto the stage as Sony CEO Kenichiro Yoshida explained the company’s mobility outlook. He noted that Sony looks to build vehicles that have autonomous functionality and can transform into “moving entertainment spaces”.

The Afeela is a midsize sedan-looking car that will be produced at one of Honda’s manufacturing plants. It will combine key elements from both Sony and Honda in its functionality. This includes the latest autonomous driving technology developed by Sony, as well as a range of advanced safety features from Honda.

The electric car will begin shipping to North America in 2026 and the first pre-orders will take place in 2025. Sales of the car will also start that same year. It is expected to be a popular choice for consumers, given the combination of features from both Sony and Honda.

Both Sony and Honda believe that the Afeela is the perfect example of their commitment to developing environmentally-friendly vehicles. The car also has an impressive range of up to 250 miles (400 km) on a single charge. This is thanks to the battery technology developed by Sony, which is capable of recharging quickly and efficiently.

The Afeela is an exciting development for both Sony and Honda, and it is likely to be a popular choice for consumers when it begins shipping in 2026. It combines the best features from both companies, and is expected to become a leader in the electric car market.