When Mercedes-Benz announced its 2022 EQS, it was quick to mention the MBUX Hyperscreen that covers the entire width of the dashboard. And while he’s released a few teaser images, we now have actual renderings of the interior complete with the 56in (yes, that’s almost five feet) screen.
Mercedes notes that the Hyperscreen consists of a single pane of scratch-resistant glass. The system itself also uses eight processor cores, 24 GB of RAM, and 46.4 GB per second of RAM bandwidth.th – which are a few impressive numbers packed behind an impressively designed screen.
It’s important to note, however, that this massive screen is do not available on the EQS base model.
Mercedes ‘ the press release is really poetic on how this car can engage all of your senses to create an exceptional driving experience. Basically, this means the screen uses haptic feedback, the car comes with a HEPA filter and special Mercedes scent, and you can filter out soothing nature noises. It’s a lot of words to say that the EQS is designed to be a very luxurious vehicle.
The interior design that Mercedes has released is admittedly magnificent – in theory. The clean white and blue color scheme pairs really well with the large dark screen, and you can definitely tell the designers wanted to create a clean interior. that catches your eye straight to that big screen. It’s a nice mix of futuristic design and the kind of luxury you would expect from a modern hotel in a hip city like Austin, Texas.
But how the prices of the big screen remain to be seen. Some people have criticized the concept of the big screen because within hours of driving it for the first time, the screen will be covered in fingerprint marks – and it’s a magnet for dust, too. In addition, a massive and powerful infotainment system will necessarily increase the price. Not that a Mercedes is exactly an affordable vehicle to start with, but you just have to seems a bit blatant.
We are still waiting for all the details on the EQS, but we can expect it soon, since the car will be released in Europe in August.