A drag race between a Toyota Supra and a Ford Mustang sounds very interesting indeed, but there’s a sizeable difference in horsepower when both are in stock form as the former has 335hp and the latter, 443hp. On the other hand, the Supra starts from £54,000 in the UK, while the Mustang GT, from significantly less at £43,045.
At CEATEC 2019, we spotted the Olympus ORBEYE, a powerful medical camera that is powered by Sony Camera sensors, some of them small enough to fit in our phones.
Many people don’t realize that today’s best mobile camera phones are nearly always powered by at least one Sony camera sensor. We look at this extensively because we have our Camera IQ mobile camera benchmark.
Toyota was recently looking into the idea of a solar-powered car that never stops. Now, it looks like Toyota is looking for more alternative sources of power for its cars by focusing on its Hydrogen-powered cars.
It unveiled a new version for the Toyota Mirai – which takes the help of hydrogen-powered fuel cells to run.
We have petroleum-based high performing cars. We also have some impressive electric-powered cars. But, what about solar-powered cars? Is there any manufacturer interested to dive deeper on it?
While Tesla is busy working on new long-lasting batteries for cheaper costs and breaking track records, Toyota is trying to figure out a way to make solar-powered cars run for an exceptionally long time period (like, forever).