The dashboard is essentially one huge touchscreen which is eight inches tall and 50-inches wide and controls everything from climate, to entertainment.
One of the biggest talking points of the car is its interior, which is unlike any interior seen in a production car.
It said: “In order to experience time efficiency similar to a combustion car, charging times need further reduction.
You may never heard of Byton but depending on what they launch at CES 2018 you could be hearing a lot more about them.
The Chinese electric car start-up, founded by Future Mobility Corporation (FMC), will unveil details of a brand-new mid-sized SUV.