Byton has released more photos of its production M-Byte electric SUV, ahead of a full reveal later this year and deliveries to the U.S. in 2020.
Byton readies for China production of $45K US-bound electric SUV
Upstart electric vehicle maker Byton isn’t letting its Chinese assembly get in the way of plans to sell its long-range electric SUV in the U.S. starting mid-2020.Bengt Halvorson
2020 Ford Escape Hybrid, Byton M-Byte, Lightning Strike: Today's Car News
The Ford Escape Hybrid will make a comeback for 2020—with a plug-in hybrid, too. Chinese Tesla rival Byton reveals the M-byte testing in winter. The Lightning Strike electric motorcycle is out. And our latest Twitter poll asks what kind of electric-car racing matters most. All this and more...Eric C. Evarts
Byton M-Byte electric SUV tackles cold-weather testing, nears production
Byton aims to start selling electric cars in the U.S. next year. If these testing photos are any indication, it's working hard to get there.Bengt Halvorson
Beyond the Big Screen: How Byton is developing three electric vehicles at once
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...Bengt Halvorson
Tesla factory and screen interface, Byton back at CES: Today's Car News
Patent filings show new features that may be coming to updated Model S and Model X cars later this year. Chinese startup automaker Byton makes another appearance at CES. And our latest Twitter poll asks readers which electric pickup they think may hit the roads first. All this and more on Green Car...Eric C. Evarts
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 another step toward production for what was one of the surprise stars of last year's CES show. Prior to last year’s show, few had heard of, Byton. And in all fairness, the real star of the show wasn’t the vehicle (then just called Byton Concept) so much as what it called the Shared...