Byton M-Byte: “Pimp My Ride” from the Chinese

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Byton M-Byte: “Pimp My Ride” from the Chinese

The factory of the company Byton in the Chinese city of Nanjing, Jiangsu province, went down batch test samples electric crossover M-Byte 48-inch instrument panel. Cars have to pass endurance tests and crash tests to the middle of the year the model was ready for market launch.

Plant Byton is located in National economic and technical development on the outskirts of the former capital of China, Nanjing city. The construction of an industrial complex a total area more than thousand square kilometers began in the fall of 2017. The amount of investment into the enterprise equaled 11.07 billion yuan, and its estimated capacity is 300 000 cars annually. The factory has the technology “Industry 4.0”: the automated delivery of materials and components, the Internet of things and networked industrial robots.

The first model of the Assembly which was established at the new plant, was a premium electric crossover Byton M-Byte. In concept it made its debut in 2018 at CES, and the mass shape was obtained a year later in Frankfurt.

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On the way to the conveyor the model has retained key features – curved 48-inch display that combines the instrument panel and screen system. Output control him with voice, gestures, physical buttons, emotion recognition and touch screens: one located between the driver and the passenger, the other on the wheel.

As for the technical stuffing, the initial version of Byton M-Byte will get a 272-horsepower electric motor mounted on the rear axle. There are two types of traction battery capacity to 72 kWh will enable the crossover to travel without recharging 430 kilometres on the NEDC cycle, and 95 kilowatt-hours is 550 kilometers.

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All-wheel drive M-Byte with two motors 408 total impact force will be equipped with batteries of only 95 kilowatt-hours and mileage will be 505 kilometres. Charging terminal with a capacity of 150 kilowatts to 80 percent can be reached in 35 minutes.