Byton’s first EV is ready for production, 48-inch screen included

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Chinese EV startup Byton says it’s ready to achieve what seemed unlikely, maybe even impossible, less than two years ago. The aspiring automaker showed off the final production version of its M-Byte SUV at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show on Tuesday, and affirmed plans to put the premium SUV — and its headline-grabbing, dashboard-spanning screen — into production at a newly-finished automotive plant in Nanjing, China before the end of this year. The SUV will offer more than 200 miles of range per charge, and start at around $45,000 when it goes on sale in China in the middle of next year, before coming to the US and Europe in 2021.

The finished version of the M-Byte doesn’t look all that different from the concept the startup debuted during…

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