among the Mercedes Benz The admirable feature of the EQS is the Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) Hyperscreen, a brand new innovation that debuted in the EQS. The EQS is touted as an incredible electric vehicle because it effortlessly combines luxury with excellent EV credentials. Equipping its flagship electric car with the latest infotainment technology is one of the ways Mercedes intends to stay competitive. Today, the market is populated by several electric models, and more will follow soon. Every car manufacturer wants to demonstrate their unique approach to achieving zero emissions in mobility. Earlier this year, Mercedes announced an electric SUV with the EQS nameplate. Although the EQS SUV largely borrows its design from the sedan, the former offers more space, a longer wheelbase and more.
The automotive industry is highly competitive, which means manufacturers must constantly innovate to stay ahead of the pack. Mobility today is more than the ability of a vehicle to transport a person from one place to another. Consumers expect a lot of cool things from their cars like self-driving, unlocking with their smartphone and optimizing their safety with a network of advanced driver assistance systems. Ideally, they want a car that offers a memorable driving experience every time.
The EQS sedan represents the transition from Mercedes Benz to electric cars, which means it gets the latest technology and design, and costs a lot more. The EQS sedan currently starts at $102,310, although optional upgrades like wheel type, heated steering wheel, and a dashcam will jack up the final amount. The MBUX Hyperscreen is one of the sedan’s best features, mostly because it’s the first Mercedes model to have it. MBUX is the car manufacturer’s unique in-house media and navigation system. It was introduced in 2018, with the A-Class being the first fleet to receive it. MBUX is a fast and easy-to-use infotainment system from Mercedes-Benz. Drivers can control features such as ambient lighting and driving modes. They can also access their smartphone information such as calls and contacts. Android Auto and Apple Carplay are also integrated into the system, so drivers can listen to their favorite songs and podcasts on the go.
What the MBUX brings to the EQS
Presented in a curved piece of glass, the MBUX is 56 inches in size and has room for three different screens. Utilizing Mercedes-Benz’s heritage of design excellence, all three displays are combined to resemble one. In addition, there is an ambient lighting function that gives the system a floating view of the dashboard. The MBUX was designed to give EQS owners easy access to available and recommended features. In addition, the system’s brightness setting intelligently adjusts to the current lighting conditions, ensuring a great experience.
The Hyperscreen is equipped with immense computing power. It has eight CPU cores, 24 gigabytes of RAM, etc. It also has a dozen actuators located under the touchscreen surfaces. The intent is to provide haptic feedback. In addition, the Hyperscreen has a new feature called Zero Layer, which is programmed to reduce driver distraction while relaying important information.
In addition, users will experience next-generation artificial intelligence as MBUX can suggest decisions based on the history of interactions between the user and the system. For example, if the driver frequently calls someone when returning from work, the system will generate a tile on the screen, followed by a suggestion that the driver call that person. Other key highlights include 27 language compatibility alongside Natural Language Understanding (NLU), the largest display used in one Mercedes Benz Model, OLED technology, etc.
Source: Mercedes-Benz USA