In the U.S. and other global markets—and to its investors—the fledgling China-based startup all-electric carmaker Byton has a lot to prove. Over the past year it’s given us a look at portions of its potentially game-changing vision. That’s included a dashboard-spanning, 48-inch-wide Shared Experience display, a cloud-based Byton Life ecosystem, and a user interface with built-in Amazon integration. Its target price for its upcoming M-Byte crossover and K-Byte sedan, which are due to go on sale in 2020 and 2021, respectively, is about $45,000, or roughly half that of a...
Byton brings its big-screen electric SUV back to CES, a step closer to production
The China-based electric vehicle maker Byton brought a close-to-production prototype version of its M-Byte SUV to the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show this week. The debut of the vehicle, still headed for a starting price of around $45,000 and an available driving range of up to 325 miles, marks...Bengt Halvorson