Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the MBUX Hyperscreen, a curved big screen that serves as a next-gen dashboard equipped with artificial intelligence specially designed for the upcoming Mercedes EQS all-electric car.
The curved MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) Hyperscreen is made of several Gorilla glass displays merged seamlessly together and stretches 141cm, which is almost the entire width from the left to the right A-pillar. The stunning piece is powered by 8 CPU cores, 24 GB of RAM that runs at 46.4 GB/s, with a total of 12 actuators on the touchscreen for haptic feedback, while the central and front displays on the passenger’s side uses an OLED display. The MBUX Hyperscreen also combines digital and analogue design elements, as the air vents are integrated into the large digital screen.
The hi-tech looking Hyperscreen doesn’t just shine on the aesthetic side, either. With AI-equipped software that learns as it goes, the display layout and operating concepts adapt to the owner’s usage and the system can offer personalised suggestions for infotainment, comfort and functions. For example, if the driver always makes a call during a certain day of the week, or switches on the seat heating with certain specific settings, these will be suggested to the driver where the situation fits, just like having a helpful assistant on board. The zero layer navigation means that the necessary applications are offered and displayed at the top viewing level without scrolling or the use of voice commands. The passenger also has their own display and operating area. With up to seven profiles, each user will be able to customise their own preferences and content.
More details of the MUBX Hyperscreen can be expected when the flagship EQS is unveiled later this year.