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BYTON to showcase its latest innovations

The company will also showcase M-Byte Concept SUV, a production version of which is scheduled to launch in China in late 2019 and the US and Europe by 2020.

BYTON is showcasing its latest innovations at TechCrunch Disrupt 2018. The company will also showcase M-Byte Concept SUV, a production version of which is scheduled to launch in China in late 2019 and the US and Europe by 2020.

In addition, the company will host lively panel discussions with tech industry standouts, while VP of Digital Technologies Abe Chen will deliver a presentation highlighting how automotive AI will expand expectations for the intelligent, connected car.

BYTON’s proprietary Shared Experience Display (SED) is a full-dash, coast-to-coast screen that delivers an unmatched digital user experience.

BYTON is known for vehicles that are smart devices on wheels, all featuring high-speed connectivity and the proprietary Shared Experience Display (SED), a full-dash, coast-to-coast screen that delivers an unmatched digital user experience.

The company aspires to build premium intelligent electric vehicles for the future. Its crafted cars integrate advanced digital technologies to offer customers a smart, sage, comfortable and eco-friendly driving, and mobility experience.

BYTON aims to create a premium brand rooted in China that has a global reach. Its global headquarters and intelligent manufacturing base are located in Nanjing, China, while its North American headquarters – devoted to intelligent car experience, autonomous driving, whole vehicle integration, and other cutting-edge technologies – is based in the Silicon Valley. The company’s vehicle concept and design center is in Munich, Germany.

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