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Byton is putting a 48-inch screen in its new EV, and it has content, too, Ars Technica

Byton is putting a 48-inch screen in its new EV, and it has content, too, Ars Technica


    

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Production of the M-Byte electric SUV starts this year with US deliveries in 2021.

      

      

self-driving startup Aurora. But the company is working with other developers, too. AccuWeather has signed on to provide “hyper local forecasting.” Aquido brings voice recognition tech to the party, and M-Byte drivers and passengers will use voice inputs to search for things using CloudCar’s platform. And travel booking site Road.Travelhas partnered with Byton to make planning that trip easier. (To ensure that those road trips will be possible in the US, Byton is partnering with Electrify America to provide free

******************************************************************************** – min DC fast charging sessions, which should add up to miles ( (km) of range in that time.)

“When BYTON committed to creating the first smart device on wheels, this is exactly the kind of engagement we had in mind , “Byton CEO Daniel Kirchert. “The BYTON M-Byte with its unique user experience will offer developers the opportunity to present in-car interactions in a way that is more engaging than ever before.”

        

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