Serial Byton M-Byte debuts in January at CES in Las VegasDecember 27, 2018
The China-German company is one of the few who presented an incredible concept, and almost completely embody it in the series. Now the first teaser was shown with a photo of a serial interior, practically no different from the concept.
Byton is the first company to really equip a production car with a 49-inch display instead of a front panel, as well as a touchscreen display on the steering wheel. The concept of the first crossover from the company on the electric M-Byte we saw in January 2018 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Now the press service announced the debut of its first child with the release of a teaser showing the interior of the car. Like the concept, the serial version will be presented at CES, but already in 2019. Appearance of the concept corresponds to the serial car for 85%. Recall, this is a mid-size SUV 4850 mm long, with a wheelbase of 2945 mm. Inside four places.
Under the hood of the car will be offered two versions of power plants for 272 and 476 horsepower, capable of driving up to 400 and 520 km respectively. In addition, the car will receive third-level unmanned technology, as well as many online services and services, which will also be presented at the exhibition.
The cost of the electric crossover Byton M-Byte has not yet been reported, but is expected to be around $ 45,000
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