Byton M-Byte 95 kWh 4WD

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Model Info
Make: Byton
Year(s): 2021
Price/Value

Cost per mile of range: $207 per mile

(Base price divided by total range)

Power
Horsepower: 402 hp
Torque: 543.9 lb/ft
Convience
Seats: 5
Byton M-Byte 95 kWh 4WD
Body Type = SUV
Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs) grew in popularity in the early 1990s due to the Ford Explorer making insane sales figures. However, due to their gas-guzzling qualities, their popularity wained over time, but with the advent of electric vehicles (EVs) hitting the market, EV SUVs have grown in popularity once again due to the Tesla Model X and Audi e-Tron SUVs being perceived well by critics and fans alike.
AWD
Drive Train = AWD
All wheel drive. or AWD for short, vehicles can send power to the front or rear axels of the car. Most common in areas of the world with poor roads and weather because of the extra traction AWD cars provide. Generally more expensive to produce and maintain, AWD cars tend to be used as necessary for high performance or off-road vehicles that need the extra grip and traction all wheel drive provides.

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What Separates Byton M-Byte 95 kWh 4WD

Being a brand new range by a new brand this is promising to be an SUV of a mid-size with low to average performance and a price probably too high for now.

Despite boasting a considerably better specs than many other established mall and mid size EVs, the lack of features even directly compared to the lesser of 2 75 kwh variant as this one had many specs boosted make Byton M-Byte 95 kWh 4WD more of an mid level mid size option especially considering its price. Though it centers on being an all-around car offering some sufficient metrics – it is grossly overpriced compared to what it has to offer – especially directly compared to though a tad bigger yet similar Tesla Model X.

Still obviouly to see how exactly good it is compared to other EVs on the market and other variants of cheaper tiers, it is crucial to see specific metrics. Based on that the comparison between the M-byte differences with other variants in the range come down to acceleration, the electric range, charging time and additional minor ones looking pretty major nevertheless. Kind of median at barely acceptably low measley underperforming 5.3seconds getting from 0 to 6o miles – staying ways below the standard on the market by some good measure yet it has a cost advantage over it. Fortunately besides that it stays above to what some other EV SUVs deliver it is in the neighbourhood of EPA certified electric range of acceptable for its size 242 miles. This range will make it work for most travelers bar the avid and interstate yet might be an option to consider if the price drops.

Speaking on its charging capabilities this range does deliver a fairly quick result. It is capable of going from 0 to 100 % in approximately 10 hours.

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About The M-Byte 95 kWh 4WD
The Byton M-Byte Range As the invincible Tesla seemed to have been single-handedly introducing and dominating the personal use EV market it opened up as it spawned the Tesla Model S to mass production back in 2012, there were a select few old established brands quick enough to follow the suit. Yet as those few big brand were battling it out amongst themselves there were a few up and coming players on the market trying to enter the game late yet strong. With the M-byte range looking promising iit might prove to be a bold but efficient of an idea for this Hong Kong brand. Unlike some other big established brands like Audi and BMW that decide to branch out its EV production and its ranges to include car types from CUV hatchbacks to SUVs and sports cars, this new range will be all about centering on being a mid level 5-door Compact crossover SUV. So while its performance and comfort are all pretty high and beats out even some more established mid-size EVs on the market based on a very high price being a first range this is not a top-of-the-line yet a more of a mid level of the market. Surely targeting both casual EV fans and newbies to the EV market looking to keep most power and performance features yet lose out on a price due to novelty of the brand on the first EV car, the M-byte range is meant to be more of a personal use or a small family car more than anything. Still it was the range that inserted and kept Byton in the conversation. While surely being in the game of competing with the market leader Tesla, it is crucial to compare the e-208 range to that brand both in terms of specs and looks. So comparing how technically and technologically, not even mentioning comfort wise did this range get to Tesla it might be a quite so close call. With its FWD with 1 to 2 motors depending on the specific variant of the range it is definitely most comparable to Tesla Model X SUV as a similar class-performance option. Mentioning the looks as well - we can say that just like Tesla, Byton has gone the chic route and made its range look like less of a generic mini car with features pretty much as simplified and stylish vibe as it only gets. Its updated range has both a somewhat minimalistic futuristic body form as a sedan and a very minimalistic yet stylish interior finsh with some premium options. We all know the looks and design are very important for any car range for sure, the specs and performance are truly everything. Based on just judging the Leaf range on the merit of it specs and metrics, let's take a look at the fact that depending on the variant its EPA certified electric range and starts o to 60 at kind of low still acceptable 7.3 seconds which is not much at all. Unfortunately where it is kind of average to lackluster in terms of max speed or acceleration or other show-off features, it also does not gain in range to improve the impression. More power and performance metrics that make it truly stand out from the rest, including the ever so important for EVs range. This tranlsates to when the journey has already begun, it will deliver you as far as the official EPA rated range of up to 201 mi without a single recharge definitely seems like a barrier for some buyers. This means that avid out of the city and interstate travelers will not be very likely to grace it with their attention but it works for most average traveling in between. It can be categotized as somewhar lower priced than a few other smal sized EVs, which might make buyers or people new to the EV world ignore a lack of some things other top-of-the-line ranges in or close to its size class like Tesla Model Y or other offer at a higher cost. Be sure to check out its multiple top features such as:
  • High-resolution touchscreen

  • Upmarket cabin interior
  • Class-high cargo volume

  • Driver-assistance features
that combined make for a very satifsfying feeling when inside it on the road.
About Byton
One more new participant to the auto market and more specifically all-electric EVs exclusively. Based in Hong Kong, as those few big brand were battling it out amongst themselves Byton came up as one of the players on the market trying to enter the game late yet strong. With the M-byte range looking promising iit might prove to be a bold but efficient of an idea for this Hong Kong brand.
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Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the Byton M-Byte 95 kWh 4WD

The 0-60 time of this car is 5.3 seconds.
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