Byton M-Byte EV will hit the road with a screen in its steering wheel for CES 2019
We're just getting started here at CES 2019.
And we just got our first bit of major automotive news from Biden, who just unveiled the production Version of their in bite electric cars dashboard.
Now those of you who were here last year know that the In Byte concept debuted with a massive screen that covered the entire dashboard.
And that's gonna make it to production, we're told.
With the invite production car featuring a 48 inch shared experience screen that stretches from eight pillar to eight pillar.
But it doesn't stop there, there is also a screen in the steering wheel [INAUDIBLE] the driver tablet.
It doesn't turn with the steering wheel, it remains stationary, but the driver can use this touch display to interact with that big share display without having to reach all the way over to the dash.
There's a third screen down on the center console just for the passenger to get in there and interact with things as well.
There are gonna be a number of cameras in the In Byte's cockpit aimed at the driver.
One for facial recognition but another that's dedicated to driver attention monitoring, something that you're gonna need if this car ever reaches level three autonomy like Byton plans, That camera also allows you to do some gesture based controls.
And of course there is also voice command as well.
Now, we got a peek at the dashboard.
But we'll get a better idea of what the rest of the production version of Byton's invite car will look like around June of this year.
Until then, stay tuned to the rest of our coverage of the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show Read more cool automotive news like this.
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