The M-Byte is Byton's first production car.
The production version looks a lot like the original concept.
Byton, a startup company, is focused on building electric vehicles.
A smaller, 8-inch "driver tablet" display floats over the steering hub.
The split taillights look a lot like the split headlights.
With a full charge of its 72-kWh battery pack, it should be able to cruise for an estimated 224 miles.
Stepping up to all-wheel drive adds a second e-motor on the front axle for a total of 402 horsepower and 300 kilowatts.
Byton expects to deliver the first M-Bytes to customers in its Chinese home market by mid-2020 and will start taking preorders for Europe and North America, with the first models arriving in those markets in 2021.
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