Source: LMC Automotive
CES 2020: The latest tech innovations
The 2020 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas provided a glimpse into how technology is shaping the future of the auto industry. Instead of the traditional new model reveals, CES showcases the growing synergy between automakers and tech companies.
EV startup BYTON introduced the near-production M-Byte SUV. Two variants will be offered when the model hits the market in 2021: a standard 72 kWh battery RWD and a 95 kWh battery RWD or AWD. The smaller K-Byte will follow in 2022. An impressive feature of the M-Byte is an interactive 48-inch touchscreen that spans the length of the dashboard.
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