- The electric-vehicle startup Byton wants to set itself apart from other car brands by focusing on technology.
- The company’s M-Byte electric SUV will have a 48-inch dashboard screen, a touchpad on its steering wheel, voice and gesture-control features, and the ability to receive over-the-air software updates.
- While Tesla has been a leader in automotive technology, Byton CEO Daniel Kirchert believes the company’s vehicles will take Tesla’s innovations to the next level.
- Byton also hopes to avoid Tesla’s financial and manufacturing issues.
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