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Future Mobility names brand Byton
    2017-September-11  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

CHINESE electric car venture Future Mobility Corp., co-founded by former BMW and Nissan Motor executives, has named its brand “Byton” that it plans to launch in the United States and Europe soon after starting sales at home in 2019.

Future Mobility, which recently raised US$200 million from investors including China’s Suning and Fullshare Holdings, is looking to launch three cars by 2022.

It already has a premium midsize crossover sport utility vehicle ready to go into the next “serious” phase of development. The company has said the SUV will hit China during the fourth quarter of 2019.

“The car is really developed for China, the United States and Europe. From the beginning, we planned to launch it globally, setting up our sales subsidiaries in the U.S., China and Europe,” said Daniel Kirchert, Future Mobility’s president.

“After [January next year] we will start to engage with customers, take orders, and build up our sales organizations.”

Future Mobility is looking to unveil the production-ready version of the first car at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January next year.

Two key features of the car’s interior are a touch pad the size of Apple’s smaller iPad integrated into the steering wheel, and a massive, 20 centimeter-tall, 1.25-meter dashboard screen that stretches along the width of the car, the firm said.

“Make everything which is possible on your smartphone also possible in the car,” Kirchert said, adding making it easier to drive or be driven is the intent behind these devices, which people in the car can control by touch, gesture and voice. (SD-Agencies)

 

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