Byton said its first vehicles will be equipped with Level 3 autonomous driving capability -- which means the vehicle can drive itself in certain conditions and under human supervision.
The automaker expects to install Level 4 capability -- which requires no human supervision under defined conditions -- some time in the next decade through a partnership with an unnamed manufacturer, and has designed the concept's interior with upcoming self-driving upgrades in mind.
A 49-inch screen that can be controlled by touch, voice or gesture spans the cockpit, and is customized for both the driver and the front-seat passenger, with an additional 8-inch touchscreen on the steering wheel. The vehicle can limit the amount of information available depending on whether a human or the vehicle is driving. The car will also be able to connect to passengers' smart devices, such as phones and watches, for individual entertainment and other information.