The extra-wide screen gets the green light.
This just days after chairman and co-founder Carsten Breitfeld quits.
It has built 100 examples of the M-Byte, says it goes on sale this year.
Teaser image shows a more production-ready interior.
Byton says the production version will start at $45,000.
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