Sony‘s Booth Live Report
Evolving Mobility Experience
Sony Honda Mobility | AFEELA Prototype
Sony - 1 min report at Sony CES 2023 - #6
Upbeat background music plays, and an electric car placed on a stage in the booth is shown in the center of the video.
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1 min report at Sony CES® 2023
I’m Denver McQuaid, bringing you exclusive content on behalf of our amazing friends (dialogue continues below action)
The video zooms in on the wheels and rear of the car respectively, then shows the front from left to right.
at Sony for this year’s Sony at CES series.
The screen switches to show the upper body of Denver McQuaid, who has brown-hair and is wearing white collared shirt, standing and speaking in the center of the video.
CES is packed with tech fans from all over the world,
The screen switches to show the electric car, AFEELA, and the full body of Denver McQuaid standing and speaking beside the car. After this, the screen switches three times between a screen showing the upper body of Denver McQuaid standing and speaking in the center of the screen and a screen showing the full body of Denver McQuaid standing and speaking beside AFEELA.
And the conference seems to be in constant motion from one exciting announcement to the next.
Speaking of motion, I’m here today to show you how Sony and Honda are evolving their mission to keep us moving forward.
We all know Sony has changed the game for creators like myself and consumers everywhere, but now they’re getting into the mobility game.
The screen switches to show images of CES, including AFEELA and many people gathered around it, the front lights of AFEELA, and images projected at CES.
This year at CES, Sony Honda Mobility is unveiling the future of mobility. Introducing AFEELA.
You’re not going to want to miss this.
Cut to a video of Denver McQuaid talking to the camera as he opens the passenger side door of the AFEELA and sits facing out from the passenger seat.
By partnering with world class manufacturers,
Cut to a video of the visitors of CES operating the AFEELA steering wheel and navigation system.
Sony Honda Mobility is enabling new styles and forms of safe and efficient technology that’s changing how we spend time in our car.
Switching between two images of Denver McQuaid speaking, one showing his upper body and the other showing AFFELA and his entire body.
If you’re excited about the future of mobility or have ideas of where the future of transportation tech is going to look like, let us know in the comments below.
And of course, stay tuned for more Sony@CES series dropping all week
right here on Sony socials.
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