The Byton K-Byte concept, debuting at CES Asia, is the first time Byton has applied a name to its vehicles.     

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The Chinese-based startup has retroactively renamed its SUV concept the M-Byte.   

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These two vehicles will be part of a three-car lineup relying on "Byte" names.

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All three will be built on a single shared platform, which should help keep costs low.

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If you're wondering what all those weird attachments are, it's part of the car's autonomous driving system.    

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Byton announced that it's partnering with Aurora, a startup dedicated to creating a SAE Level 4 self-driving platform.    

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When the vehicle isn't operating autonomously, certain components like the cameras under the side mirrors are capable of retracting into the body. 

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What's perhaps most interesting is that Byton doesn't really refer to its concepts as cars, but rather as smart devices.     

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That's the way many startups are treating cars -- as a means to a connected end.     

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Keep scrolling to check out even more pictures of the new K-Byte sedan concept!

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