Mercedes Benz is all set to bring in a state of the art infotainment system that encompasses the full dashboard and it’s without a doubt an embrace to future technology. Mercedes, on Thursday, revealed that the new infotainment system will be featured in their all new electric sedan.
Their EQS sedan is set to make its debut with the 56-inch wide MBUX Hyperscreen as an optional feature.
Keeping in mind the previous MBUX system, that made its debut in the 2019 A-Class, has its controls revolving around the navigation system, phone and radio, it’s expected that the navigation map and controls will be made available on the newer system as well.
Along with that a total of 20 other functions will be offered as well based on when the system thinks they are relevant.However, not all desires can be anticipated so there will be sub-menus as well.
Similar to the current versions of the MBUX system that comes equipped with almost all of the recent Benz models, the all new MBUX Hyperscreen will work on a predict and learn basis where it will learn users’ routines, present information and suggest commands accordingly.
Based on what we know so far, it can suggest infotainment options, comfort settings, vehicle functions, and can access the cloud along with the vehicle’s system.
All of the high-tech features will require a lot of power though, and we think that the system’s use of eight CPU cores, 24 GBs of RAM combined with 46.4 GBs of RAM bandwidth per second is justifiable.
It showcases a single plastic frame with a large glass cover equipped with OLED displays for the center and front passengers. Along with that it’s equipped with a total of twelve actuators below the screen that provide haptic feedback to confirm commands.
And to top it all off, the analog air vents covered with blue and orange light schemes that are embedded into the screen and will certainly make you feel as if you’re driving a vehicle that’s straight out of a sci-fi movie.
As we mentioned earlier, the new MBUX system will make its debut in the all new EQS sedans that are likely to arrive in the fourth quarter of 2021. Keeping all that is in store for us in mind, we believe it’ll be worth the wait.
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