To meet this goal, construction work at BYTON’s plant in Nanjing, China, will be completed within the next three months, with pre-series production of M-Byte starting this summer.
While BYTON has developed from a small start-up to an OEM with more than 1600 employees worldwide within the last three years, one of the company’s Co-founders, Dr. Carsten Breitfeld, is leaving the company to start a new adventure within the start-up industry.
BYTON Co-founder and CEO Dr. Daniel Kirchert: “Thanks to our founding team and all employees we’re well on track and looking forward to delivering the M-Byte this year to customers in China, followed by the US and Europe in 2020. Carsten helped build a strong BYTON brand and bring in the right people to take our start-up to the next level. Now we are focusing on our main goal to achieve the on-time-start-of-production of the first BYTON series production model in 2019 with our strong team and partners.”
BYTON will announce new appointment for CTO shortly and will present the M-Byte series production car to the public in Q3 2019 in China.