Byton showed how you can turn a car into a smartphone using the example of its M-ByteJanuary 7, 2020
The future electric car with the largest display will receive a number of innovations for the automotive segment. The company offered mobile developers a platform for creating applications.
The upcoming Byton M-Byte will dominate not only the electric car market with its huge 48-inch display, but also in cutting-edge automotive mobility. The upcoming crossover may be the world’s first smart device on wheels, at least as they say in the company.
Byton M-Byte was unveiled at the opening of the CES 2020 in Las Vegas. During the presentation, the company proudly named the first partners for application development. They turned out to be: ViacomCBS, Access; AccuWeather for real-time weather updates; Aiqudo for voice control; Cloudcar, which will provide cloud infrastructure; Road.Travel for convenient online travel bookings; and Xperi for digital HD radio.
Byton Account Director Andreas Schaaf said: “Like any smart device, it’s not only what it can do, but what you can do with it.”
A special environment was developed for partners that allows integrating applications and content into a future car. This will fully reveal the full potential of the 48-inch display.
Recall that the Byton M-Byte will be offered with two batteries to choose from – at 72 or 95 kW * hours. It is expected that the crossover capacity will be about 400 horsepower, and the cost will start at $ 45,000.
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