To solve the problem of noiseless EVs, the music company Roland will provide “dynamic and dramatic sounds” that change with driving conditions.
What should an electric car sound like? That’s the question that Japanese car maker GLM asked when considering its electric ZZ Roadster. And instead of coming up with something itself, it passed the task to someone who knows about electric sounds: Roland, the synth and musical instrument maker. Together, they will “co-develop a neo-futuristic driving sound generation system.”