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The 2020 Byton M-Byte Concept - The Car Nobody Paid Attention to At the Frankfurt Motor Show

The 2020 Byton M-Byte Concept - The Car Nobody Paid Attention to At the Frankfurt Motor Show

Production-spec Byton M-Byte EV SUV has a 48-inch curved infotainment display, around 270 miles autonomy

Byton has kept the series-production version of the M-Byte all-electric SUV very similar to the concept that previewed it. It can’t really be said that either its exterior design or interior has been toned down for production - the latter still sports the crazy 48-inch curved display that was shown in the design study.

The 2020 Byton M-Byte is an important car, although because it doesn’t come from an established manufacturer, it didn’t receive as much attention as it deserved at its 2019 Frankfurt motor show debut. But here are the headline facts: it’s a brand new premium all-electric SUV (with a fastback-style roof), and it has a gigantic infotainment screen that dwarfs all other infotainment screens (and it’s just the main attraction of the cavernous and surprisingly well-appointed interior).

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Bytons New Touchscreen Will Put Tesla to Shame in More Ways Than One

Bytons New Touchscreen Will Put Tesla to Shame in More Ways Than One

Byton’s New Touchscreen Display Might be Bigger Than Your Bedroom TV

Chinese automotive startup Byton is looking to make waves at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show. As if boasting a seven-inch touchscreen embedded into the steering wheel and an eight-inch touchpad between the front seats aren’t enough, Byton’s also rolling out a 48-inch display that’s equivalent to more than seven iPads put side-by-side. If the massive display — it’s called the “Shared Experience Display “ — ends up on the production version of the M-Byte SUV, it would become the largest screen in the auto industry, making Tesla’s own 17-inch screen look like a pocket display by comparison.

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Byton's New Car for CES Will Feature a Tablet Display in the Weirdest Place

Byton’s New Car for CES Will Feature a Tablet Display in the Weirdest Place

It does look uber-cool despite its safety risks

Byton will be participating at the Consumers Electronic Show next week and is showcasing what it calls the “world’s most intuitive automotive interface.” Byton has not revealed any details other than a teaser image that appears to show the production interior of the M-Byte. The image shows one large screen instead of multiple instrument clusters and displays, and a tablet mounted on the steering wheel. This will surely raise the tech-heads’ heartbeats.

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2018 Byton K-Byte Concept

2018 Byton K-Byte Concept

The future has arrived for China’s latest automotive startup

Six months after unveiling its first electric concept at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show, Chinese startup Byton is back in the headlines with its second concept vehicle, the K-Byte electric sedan. The sedan follows a similar blueprint than the SUV, which is now called the M-Byte. It’s being prepared as an all-electric vehicle that will feature, among other things, Level 4 autonomy. Byton’s goal is to have the K-Byte testing on the roads by the end of 2020 with an eye towards having them on sale by 2021.

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2019 Byton Concept EV

2019 Byton Concept EV

A new Chinese start-up wants a piece of the electric car market

A Chinese electric car start-up called Future Mobility (FMC) is dipping its toes in the electric car market by launching car company Byton. The new automaker isn’t taking long to make its presence felt in the segment as it already has an electric mid-sized SUV that it plans to showcase at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next week. It all sounds familiar, doesn’t it?

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