Mercedes-Benz Built A 56″ AI-Backed Smart Interface For Future EVs

Jan 8, 2021

Category: Tech

After previewing its EV initiative with the Vision EQS concept car back in September 2019, late last year Mercedes-Benz announced that the lineup would be launching come 2022. And while we can hardly wait to see what the luxury electric vehicle will look like in its final form, at least the German automaker is teasing progress pictures along the way.

With the announcement of the MBUX Hyperscreen for the upcoming EQS sedan, Mercedes-Benz is taking infotainment to a whole new level. Spanning over 56 inches from side to side, the unit will nearly fill the entire width of the car’s cabin. And it’s much more than an ostentatious display. With an eight-core CPU and 24GB of RAM, it promises to be lightning-quick and ultra-capable. But the best part is that because of its AI system and machine learning abilities, it will even adapt to its user and offer personalized suggestions for when to use features. In practice, this means that it’ll be able to do everything from activating heated seats to adjusting the car’s ride height — and those are just a few of its many possible functions. Head to the Mercedes-Benz website to learn more.

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