CEO Thinks Electric M-Byte Could Be the Vehicle Version of the iPhone

Byton, a Chinese electric vehicle startup, is showing two models at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show this week as it prepares to launch sales in the U.S. and China.

The first vehicle to hit public roads will be the M-Byte SUV, expected stateside in mid-2020. Byton said the M-Byte will have up to 325 miles of range, autonomous driving capability and crazy features such as an enormous 49-inch touchscreen display. The vehicle will be made in China.