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At CES 2023 Sony and Honda revealed their new EV, the Afeela, that's set to arrive in the U.S. in 2026.


  • Sony Honda Mobility, a joint venture between the two Japanese companies, has revealed a prototype of a handsome new electric sedan that it plans to sell in the U.S. as soon as 2026.
  • It will be part of a new brand called Afeela, but we don't yet know what name the production version of this prototype will use.
  • Afeela will start taking orders in 2025, and says that deliveries will start in North America in 2026.
Sony has entered the EV chat. After a number of interesting electric-vehicle prototypes over the past few years, the consumer electronics giant made its EV ambitions clear with the announcement of a new EV brand called Afeela at CES in Las Vegas.

Technically, the new EV concept comes from Sony Honda Mobility, a joint venture between the two Japanese companies. Together, they revealed the prototype of a handsome new electric sedan that they plan to sell in the U.S. as soon as 2026. It will be part of a new brand called Afeela, but we don’t yet know what name the production version of this prototype will use. Afeela will start taking orders in 2025, and says that deliveries will start in North America in the spring of 2026.
 

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At CES 2023 Sony and Honda revealed their new EV, the Afeela, that's set to arrive in the U.S. in 2026.


  • Sony Honda Mobility, a joint venture between the two Japanese companies, has revealed a prototype of a handsome new electric sedan that it plans to sell in the U.S. as soon as 2026.
  • It will be part of a new brand called Afeela, but we don't yet know what name the production version of this prototype will use.
  • Afeela will start taking orders in 2025, and says that deliveries will start in North America in 2026.
Sony has entered the EV chat. After a number of interesting electric-vehicle prototypes over the past few years, the consumer electronics giant made its EV ambitions clear with the announcement of a new EV brand called Afeela at CES in Las Vegas.

Technically, the new EV concept comes from Sony Honda Mobility, a joint venture between the two Japanese companies. Together, they revealed the prototype of a handsome new electric sedan that they plan to sell in the U.S. as soon as 2026. It will be part of a new brand called Afeela, but we don’t yet know what name the production version of this prototype will use. Afeela will start taking orders in 2025, and says that deliveries will start in North America in the spring of 2026.
Doe looks like Model 3 front and trunk... not much differet shape.. and need to see tech specs & interior etc how they come up and also price tag...
 

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It has a similar dash to the current Honda EV.


The only control a car should have in the center console is a manual transmission gear selector. And EVs don't have that. That twisty knob in the arm rest is bad and needs to go away. BMW did that (still does maybe?) and it's awful.

Otherwise I'm glad to see other big names making EVs. It's good for everyone. And it means we're one step closer to Honda making an EV version of the S2000 or NSX and I want that so freaking bad!
 
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