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Mercedes Reveals Massive 56-Inch Hyperscreen That Will Debut In 2022 EQS All-electric Luxury Sedan

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Mercedes Reveals Massive 56-Inch Hyperscreen That Will Debut In 2022 EQS All-electric Luxury Sedan - autojosh

Mercedes reveals latest MBUX system featuring a massive 56-inch hyperscreen that will debut in upcoming 2022 EQS all-electric luxury sedan.

The upcoming Mercedes EQS luxury sedan is the first all-electric member of the new S-Class family.

Mercedes Reveals Massive 56-Inch Hyperscreen That Will Debut In 2022 EQS All-electric Luxury Sedan - autojosh





If you think the 2021 S-Class’ MBUX system that runs on a 12. 8-inch touchscreen and a 12.3-inch digital driver’s gauge cluster is huge, then you need to see the latest-generation.

On Thursday, German automaker, Mercedes, unveiled a massive, pillar-to-pillar, 56-inch hyperscreen that will debut in the upcoming EQS all-electric luxury sedan.

Mercedes Reveals Massive 56-Inch Hyperscreen That Will Debut In 2022 EQS All-electric Luxury Sedan - autojosh

Mercedes Reveals Massive 56-Inch Hyperscreen That Will Debut In 2022 EQS All-electric Luxury Sedan - autojosh

The new massive hyperscreen is the centerpiece of the Mercedes’ latest generation MBUX infotainment system that was revealed on Thursday.

Mercedes Reveals Massive 56-Inch Hyperscreen That Will Debut In 2022 EQS All-electric Luxury Sedan - autojosh





Mercedes Reveals Massive 56-Inch Hyperscreen That Will Debut In 2022 EQS All-electric Luxury Sedan - autojosh

Based on images shared by Mercedes, the massive screen appears to house at least three screens. This includes an instrument cluster, a central infotainment screen, and an additional screen facing the front passenger.

First seen in the Mercedes A-Class in 2018, the Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX), is one of the most impressive infotainment systems on the market.

Mercedes Reveals Massive 56-Inch Hyperscreen That Will Debut In 2022 EQS All-electric Luxury Sedan - autojosh

The MBUX system ditches nearly thirty (30) physical buttons in Mercedes cars in favor of a completely digital in-car user experience. It adds voice, hand gesture, gaze controls, fingerprint sensors, as well as other additional safety features.

Upcoming Mercedes EQS is the first all-electric member of the new S-Class family. It will be built on the same line with the current 2021 S-Class at Mercedes-Benz “Factory 56” in Germany.





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