Saturday, January 12, 2019

What's The Problem

Can't think of any.

A Chinese startup that's vying for Tesla's customers unveiled Sunday a 48-inch-wide video screen that stretches across the top of the dashboard of the Byton M-byte battery-electric vehicle.

The video screen, the size of seven iPads across, will anchor a business model that focuses as much on selling "content" as cars, CEO Carsten Breitfeld told The SUV offers an optional 95-kilowatt-hour battery that can travel as far as 325 miles between charges.