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2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS will get a 56-inch curved screen dashboard

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Mercedes-Benz is slowly revealing the EQS electric vehicle which will make its debut in a world premiere on 15th April 2021. The all-new fully-electric luxury sedan from Mercedes-EQ will come with a 141-cm (56-inch) curved screen dashboard called the MBUX Hyperscreen. Mercedes-EQ has now revealed the interiors of the EQS in pictures and also revealed the enormous MBUX Hyperscreen.

MBUX Hyperscreen

The MBUX Hyperscreen spans the width of the dashboard of the Mercedes-Benz EQS and features three screens. A 12.3-inch screen for the driver instruments cluster, a 17.7-inch central infotainment display and a third 12.3-inch screen on the passenger side all under a common bonded single pane of scratch-resistant glass. The touchscreen surface features 12 actuators and offers intuitive touch operation along with haptic feedback through a haptic engine which vibrates the screen when activated using the finger touch. This fusion of Analogue and Digital design delivers better feedback from the screen.

MBUX Hyperscreen Hardware & Software

The total screen area is 2,432.11 sq. cm and the display uses OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diodes) technology for crisp image quality. The display consists of a powerful computing system that includes 8 CPU cores, 24-GB RAM and 46.4 GB per second RAM memory bandwidth. This computing power will allow users to operate the display unit seamlessly. The display and operating system features an artificial intelligence system that help adapt the screen to the user and makes personalised suggestions for infotainment, vehicle functions and comfort depending on the situation, making the MBUX Hyperscreen the largest human-machine interface built by Mercedes-Benz to date.

A Simpler Dashboard

The brand will also be offering a simpler dashboard on the Mercedes-Benz EQS which consists of a vertically-oriented 12.8-inch touchscreen display and a 12.3-inch floating instruments cluster similar to the one on the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. The rest of the dashboard will be covered in wood or metal trims depending on the variant. The brand also shared the interiors of an AMG model with flat-bottomed sporty steering wheels, brush finish on the trim and red ambient lighting. The simpler AMG version will have a Piano Black interior trim with sporty red accents.

The Mercedes-Benz EQS will also features a HEPA filter that can clean the outside air to 99.65% as well as a 15 speaker 710 Watt Burmester Surround Sound System. Mercedes-Benz will reveal full details of the EQS fully-electric sedan on the 15th April 2021.