In addition to the dashboard-long super-screen and the board on the steering wheel, the M-Byte has an eight-inch display in the center console. This new touchscreen will let the driver and passenger control the large 40-inch screen. It is in addition to voice and gesture control that Byton announced last year at CES.
No matter how it plays out, Byton says that the production cluster M-Byte will be unveiled in June this year. The first cars will be sold in China by the end of 201[ads1]9 with US and European sales going on by 2020.