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Tesla Still Isn’t The Most Valuable Automaker Brand In The World

Tesla has been skyrocketing in value but hasn’t reached the acme, Byton is in trouble, and the Geneva Motor Show might be done for good. All that and more in The Morning Shift for June 30, 2020.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Byton’s Former CEO Has Some Salty Things To Say About Byton

In a different lifetime (last year), I was in a small room at a casino in Las Vegas with Carsten Breitfeld and Daniel Kirchert, the co-founders of electric car startup Byton. You may remember them as the one with the giant screen. Anyway, they had just introduced their first electric crossover and were meeting with…Read […]

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The Byton M-Byte’s Screen Is So Big; I’m Still Not Quite Over It

The China-based startup Byton unveiled the production version of the M-Byte, its first car, this week at the Frankfurt Motor Show. You might remember the M-Byte and its giant-ass screen. Friends, the screen is still here, in a car Byton says will come to the U.S. in 2021. Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Faraday Future’s New CEO Gave Us The BMW i8, But The Actual Future Remains Uncertain

Do you remember Faraday Future? Last time we were talking about it, it was getting $225 million for one more go at this whole “making a car” thing. Before that, there were furloughs, a near bankruptcy, and some lawsuits. Now, it has a new CEO, the man who gave us the BMW i8 and co-founded Byton. […]

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Faraday Future’s New CEO Gave Us The BMW i8, But The Actual Future Remains Uncertain

Do you remember Faraday Future? Last time we were talking about it, it was getting $225 million for one more go at this whole “making a car” thing. Before that, there were furloughs, a near bankruptcy, and some lawsuits. Now, it has a new CEO, the man who gave us the BMW i8 and co-founded Byton. […]

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EV Startup Byton Is Really Doing the Steering Wheel-Mounted Tablet

As the Consumer Electronics Show approaches, more and more teasers are being released to get us all hyped up for the neat new technology about to be showcased. Byton, an EV marque looking to become a more down-to-earth version of Tesla, is set to talk about a brand new technology it’s introducing: a driver tablet…Read […]

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The Electric Byton K-Byte Comes With Big Promises And A Huge Dash Screen

Electric car startup Byton made a big splash at this year’s CES Conference, introducing an SUV concept with a whopper of a center dash screen. Now, it has a half-billion dollars more in funding to get off the ground, along with a new concept, a fully-autonomous, all-electric sedan called the K-Byte. It looks sharp.Read more… […]

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This Startup Car Company Wants To Become The Anti-Tesla

On Sunday at CES, new Chinese-backed car startup Byton unveiled its first drivable prototype—an electric crossover with a screen for a dashboard that’s set to launch in late 2019. Afterward, Byton’s co-founder took a veiled shot at Tesla CEO Elon Musk in outlining how Byton was planning to avoid Tesla’s well-known…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Startup Byton Says EV Crossover Will Cost $45,000 And Keep The Massive Dash Screen

The latest auto startup to make a splash at CES is Byton, and tonight the new company unveiled its first vehicle: an electric crossover-looking thing that will launch in 2019 and start at around $45,000, the companies co-founders said. It will also have what Byton described as the “world’s first coast-to-coast…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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This Startup’s Electric Crossover Is All About Touch Screens

Byton, one of many new electric startups in the car scene, is preparing to introduce a new crossover vehicle at next week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and on Tuesday, it teased out a few images of what to expect. One major focus? Touchscreens—very large touchscreens. Read more… Continue Reading at http://jalopnik.com

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