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Shifting Gears: Don’t call it a comeback (yet)

The biggest stories in transportation this week include a puzzling mistake from Delta Air Lines and the debut of Boeing's new CEO.
The interior of Byton's M-Byte SUV.

The CEO of the electric-car startup Byton says the company’s M-Byte SUV will have more advanced tech than a Tesla

The M-Byte will have a 48-inch dashboard screen, a touchpad on its steering wheel, and voice and gesture-control features.
The Mercedes-Benz AVTR concept.

The 24 coolest vehicles we saw at CES 2020

Among the brands that have brought vehicles to this year's edition of CES are Mercedes-Benz, Ford, and Jeep.
The Nissan Ariya Concept.

The 11 coolest cars we can’t wait to see at CES

Big names like Mercedes-Benz, Toyota, and Jeep will have production and concept vehicles on display this year. So will startups like Byton.
Volkswagen's ID Crozz is expected to arrive in 2020.

10 electric cars that will challenge Tesla’s Model 3

Tesla will have to compete with electric vehicles made by BMW, Volkswagen, and Ford in the coming years.
The Jeep Gladiator Rubicon.

The 20 coolest vehicles we saw at CES

Automakers like Mercedes-Benz, Audi, and BMW brought concept and upcoming production vehicles to this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
Bosch will bring a concept for an autonomous shuttle to CES.

The 11 coolest cars we can’t wait to see at CES

This year, automakers like Mercedes-Benz, Audi, and Honda are bringing concept and upcoming production vehicles to CES.
The Renault EZ-Go concept.

The 31 coolest concept cars revealed in 2018

BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Porsche released some of 2018's coolest concept cars.

The 24 hottest cars at the LA Auto Show

Porsche, Mercedes-Benz, Ford, and BMW made our list of the 24 hottest cars at this year's Los Angeles Auto Show.
Byton will start producing its K-Byte electric sedan in 2021.

A Chinese electric car startup is trying to take on Tesla by making its cars more like an iPhone

The Chinese electric vehicle startup Byton is developing three vehicles, the first of which will hit the market in 2019. The company has prioritized interior features, like touchscreens and adjustable seats, over traditional performance metrics, like range and acceleration.