merely put: During its CES 2023 press convention, Sony shared a sneak peek at its upcoming movie based mostly on the Gran Turismo sequence, and previewed an idea automobile known as Afeela, which was created in partnership with Honda.
Gran Turismo relies on the true story of a Gran Turismo participant named Jann Mardenborough who grew to become knowledgeable racing driver by profitable a sequence of sport competitions organized by Sony Computer Entertainment and Nissan.
Directed by Neil Blomkamp, the movie stars David Harbor, Orlando Bloom and Darren Barnett. It additionally featured Emelia Hartford, a well known content material creator within the automotive world with a formidable following on social media. Her newest undertaking entails creating the world’s first twin-turbocharged 2023 Corvette Z06.
Blomkamp talked about utilizing Sony’s Venice 2 digital camera with its removable Rialto sensor within the Le Mans prototype. The cockpits of those automobiles are too small to accommodate normal IMAX-resolution cameras, however they can seize the required images utilizing Sony’s know-how. These cameras additionally helped the manufacturing staff seize the sport’s distinctive feel and look, corresponding to from a third-person POV perspective from behind a automobile.
The trailer does feel and look like a CGI minimize scene taken straight from the sequence. With any luck, this could possibly be among the best online game diversifications thus far. The solely car-based game-turned-movie I can consider is Need for Speed, and it wasn’t that scorching. Look ahead to its worldwide launch on August eleventh.
In associated information, Sony additionally launched its electrical automobile model collectively created with Honda. It’s known as Afeela, and the prototype suits that class completely. It appears to be like quite a bit like a cross between a Lucid Air and a Porsche. There’s nonetheless quite a bit we do not find out about Sony and Honda’s first automobile, however Sony did share that it’ll pack a complete of 45 sensors and cameras.
Sony mentioned it expects to take pre-orders within the first half of 2025, with first deliveries to North American consumers within the spring of 2026.