Byton's M-Byte electric SUV is ready at the Frankfurt Motor Show
Well, it looks like we've reached peak screen here with Biden's first production vehicle, the invite.
It's debuting here at the Frankfurt Motor Show and it has a 48 inch screen.
So let's go inside and take a look.
This screen is out of control and I love it.
It's functioning as my entire dash.
So I've got my gauge cluster here, I've got some text messages, navigation.
This has weather.
I can also put up a streaming video for when I'm charging the car and it's in park.
I can have basically anything that I want up here on this screen and it's controlled either here on the steering wheel by this seven inch screen or my passenger can control it here on this [UNKNOWN] screen and everything's done just by a touch pad, so I never have to look down.
I can always keep my eyes up and just control right here by scrolling When it comes to Advanced drivers a that the Bite is just chock-full of them.
So, of course it's going to keep you in the lane.
It's going to have full speed adaptive cruise control.
It will come to a stop and this is a partial hands-off system and I say partial because there's a little monitor right here and that is going to keep its eyes on my eyes and make sure that my eyes are always straightforward If start to look away.
If I start to slump, fall asleep, it's going to ding ding ding Hey, yo, wake up Put your hands on the wheel.
So the M-Byte will be offered in a real road drive which has got 272 horsepower and about 224 miles of range.
All Wheel Drive will be up to 408 horsepower with 270 miles of range.
But keep in mind, those range numbers are on the WLTP cycle which is a little bit more aspirational than the EPA number so take them with a grain of salt.
The company will begin production for the Chinese market in 2020 and we should get it on the North American tours in 2021 with a starting price of about $45,000.