Byton, a Chinese-based automotive startup first impressed the masses with its CES 2018 showing, but its recent Byton K-Byte concept aims to be even more impressive and will be showcased at CES Asia. This new vehicle will be part of the brand's three-car lineup, showcased alongside the M-Byte, the SUV concept shown at CES 2018.
The Byton K-Byte stands apart from a majority of modern cars and features several exposed sensors for autonomous driving. Byton is building the K-Byte concept to feature SAE Level 4 autonomy, meaning the car will still require human input for certain situations.
The Byton K-Byte will reportedly have 200 kilowatts and 295 pound-feet of torque in its rear-wheel drive version. The all-wheel drive model allows for 350 kilowatts and 523 pound-feet of torque.
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