Top new models of the week | Lamborghini's monster 449kW Huracán Evo, Sony develops their first car

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<i>Image: Sony Europe</i>
<i>Image: Sony Europe</i>

Sony is a company better know for their production of TV's and Playstation's but they have now stepped into the market of mobility with a Vision-S electric concept car.

Lamborghini tweaked the Huracan Evo by making it lighter, configured to a rear-wheel-drive setup and produces a venomous 449kW with a top speed of 325km/h.

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Scheduled for launch in February 2020, Renault's new Triber is hoping to attract a new clientele alongside the affordable Kwid.

WATCH | China's new M-Byte electric SUV takes the fight to European automakers

Chinese-based automaker Byton is entering the electric SUV market with the launch of their M-Byte model - an example that will hopefully compete with its European counterparts.

Carmaker Fisker showed off its new Ocean model, a fully-electric SUV, at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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