- The MBUX Hyperscreen is a giant screen that’ll go in Mercedes-Benz’s upcoming flagship EV, the EQS.
- It will stretch across the entire width of the car.
- The curved, OLED screen is over 56 inches wide.
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Mercedes-Benz appears to be going all-in with the screens. Or screen, I should say.
Not only can the brand’s new S-Class flagship be fitted with as many as five screens, but the German automaker also wants to outfit its upcoming flagship EQS all-electric car with a massive, 56-inch “MBUX Hyperscreen.” It’s meant to stretch across the entire width of the car — from A-pillar to A-pillar. Sea to shining sea.
Gone will be any kind of layering of displays. “With the new zero-layer feature, the user no longer has to scroll through sub-menus or give voice commands, as the most important applications are always available in a situational and contextual way at the top of the driver’s field of vision,” Mercedes said in a press release.
The screen uses OLED technology and will be curved. Front passengers get their own displays that can be personalized for up to seven different profiles. The screen surface area for the front passengers comes to 377 square inches, or about 2.6 square feet.
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