소니·혼다 EV 파트너십... 결국 독립형 비즈니스

Sony and Honda announced plans to build electric vehicles together in March. Now, the companies are making the joint venture a separate business. Sony's CEO says it's a "possibility" the company may sell a stake or have an initial public offering. Sony wants to create a mobility system "centered around safety, entertainment and adaptability"

Sony and Honda want to make their EV partnership a standalone business

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