Byton, China’s new electric power force, unveiled its first mass-produced vehicle, the M-Byte, ahead of the opening of CES 2020. According to Byton, the M-Byte pre-production version was launched last fall at its Nanjing plant (300,000 vehicles a year) and will be officially mass produced this year. M-Byte’s biggest highlight is undoubtedly the instrument, the central control two-in-one interior display, diagonal size of 48 inches, it is no wonder that the foreigners in line at the show to try.
In addition to displaying instrument data, playing music, and navigating common features, Byton has also signed up a number of service providers and launched UX developer programs to create ecology, such as you can enjoy ViacomCBS’s “SpongeBob Square Pants” episode, “Terminator” movies. With AccuWeather’s weather service, Aiqudo voice control, Xperi digital HD audio, built-in more than 2,300 radio channels, online trip booking Road.Travel, and more, may upgrade the in-car 5G network in the future.
As an electric SUV, the Byton M-Byte standard lasts 250 miles (402 kilometers) and starts at $45,000 ($310,000). It looks like its rivals could be targeting Tesla Model Y, Volvo CX40 charging versions, and more.
It is reported that Byton has received more than 60,000 orders, the first M-Byte delivery arrangements in early 2021, for Chinese car owners. Byton has now confirmed that at least two other models are under development, including the higher-end K-Byte sedan.