|The ‘C-pillar’ roof takes its inspiration from architectural buttresses|
It can also be assumed that the new cars will feature the face recognition technology that the SUV version was advertised with earlier this year. the designers place great pride on the car’s intelligence, something that even shows up in the company’s name. according to the firm, the term ‘bytes on wheels’, symbolizes ‘the digital power of Byton’s offerings and the brand’s vision for a connected, mobile life.’
|On the left the M-byte and the right is the K-byte|
For now, we are left with renderings that illustrate the vehicle’s unique design. the ‘C-pillar’ roof depicted in the images apparently takes its inspiration from architectural buttresses — presenting a graceful curve while delivering aerodynamic performance. this is fitting, as less and less is required of the driver, who can leisurely gaze out the window. it is almost as if cars are on their way to becoming homes on wheels rather than vehicles at all.
|The aesthetically pleasing integrated sensor|