Ladies and gentlemen, this is well-trimmed year.
No one saw it before.
I'm happy to present you the serial production user-interface of the first Byton car or Byton M-Byte, enjoy.
Byton team a great pride to announce, that this highly intuitive interface is truly ready for production.
Which is a 30 inch display, the first 30 inch display ever fitted into a car.
[UNKNOWN] High resolution display, presents vital driving informations such like vehicle performance and navigation, and so forth.
But it also displays digital content such as entertainment productivity tools, contact, health status, and all the digital products and services You are come to expect.
The driver controls this display using another industry first and this is a seven inch multi touch screen driver tablet complicated name which is mounted in the middle of the steering wheel and it will stand still while the steering wheel rotates.
For a full interactive fast access by the front seat passengers, there's a console mounted.
Holding an eight inch high resolution multi touch screen which we call the Byton touchpad.
And this system is the first of its kind to give driver and passengers five interaction points with the car.
So, you can use touch Voice control, facial recognition and hand gestures, as well a reduced set of buttons.
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