They have gigabit networks and a 50-inch widescreen for its SUV dashboard.
BYTON takes you to the forefront of connected mobility. Multiple modems and fully integrated flat antennas provide a bandwidth of up to 1000 Mbit/s. Onboard programmable SIM cards, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC and shared connectivity maximize coverage and increase connectivity options. Your BYTON will be the fastest and most reliably connected vehicle on the data highway.
With fast DC charging, it takes you only 30 minutes to charge the battery up to 80%. Moreover, with an electric range of up to 325 miles (520km) in NEDC, BYTON is poised to serve as the primary car in your household.
Face recognition, voice control, touch displays and gesture recognition
It recognizes you through face recognition, talks to you and adapts to your needs. With a simple swipe of your fingers, you can intuitively operate the touch displays. And as communication is never a one-way street, BYTON Gesture Control also responds to your hand gestures. All in all, we give you five dimensions of control.
Production started in September 2017 at the company’s new $1.1-billion production facility in Nanjing, China. Phase one is the most important, as that’s when the plant will reach an annual capacity of 100,000 EVs. Since Byton plans on building a total of three different models, the targeted final annual capacity is 300,000 vehicles. Byton completed a $240-million Series A funding round this past summer.
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