The new plant should produce around 300,000 vehicles a year
The Chinese automaker Byton is about to complete the construction of its factory in the city of Nanjing, in eastern China. The construction, as confirmed by a company executive at the CES in Las Vegas, should be completed by May.
The new plant, which will be built on the site of an old Nanjing prototype production center, is expected to produce around 300,000 vehicles a year.
Byton has promised to launch its first car, the M-Byte smart SUV, by mid-2019
China, especially in the last period, seems to be a very fertile ground for electric car companies, but only a few of them have successfully delivered vehicles to customers.
Founded in 2016 by former BMW and Infiniti executives, Byton has promised to launch its first car, the M-Byte smart SUV, by mid-2019 and start mass production by the end of the year. The company is currently testing its vehicles in China, Europe and the United States.
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