Ahead of its debut at CES, EV brand Byton has published photos of its upcoming electric-powered SUV, showing among others the cockpit. Byton is a brand of Future Mobility, a Chinese start-up supported by Foxconn and Tencent and led by former BMW i manager Carsten Breitfeld.
The official presentation of the autonomous driving car is scheduled for January, 7th, and will also be transmitted via live stream. First test drives shall be possible from January, 8th, next to the Las Vegas Convention Centre.
The model will roll off the lines in a production facility in Nanjing, China, and is supposed to be available in the People’s Republic by 2019. Market launch in Europe and the States is scheduled for 2020. Moreover, the SUV’s platform shall serve as a basis for an upcoming sedan and a mini van.
autoblog.com, electrek.co, prnewswire.com
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