Chinese startup Byton unveiled its "new-generation smart device" EV concept at CES 2018. The electric vehicle can unlock its doors using facial recognition software, and it even detects who is driving. The Byton concept will start at $45,000 with a sedan and minivan vehicles in the following years to come. Here's our story on the Byton concept. And here's where to go for Autoblog Staff
Venderhall Motor Works debuted its electric trike the Edison at CES 2018. The Edison is a 3-wheeler that has a range of 200 miles on a single charge. Built by hand in Provo, Utah the two seater can has a top speed of 105 mph and a 0-60 mph time of 4 seconds. For more coverage on CES 2018 head to https://www.autoblog.com/tag/ces+2018/
Deliveries begin in Q2 of this year.