At the crossroads of information, design, and displays, Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the MBUX Hyperscreen. Their goal is a “zero layer”. That is, not overlapping controls for the climate, audio, and passenger comfort while keeping the essential data in the driver’s line-of-sight. That’s why the entire dashboard is now a massive Gorilla Glass touchscreen. While the driver is treated with augmented reality thanks to night vision, the passenger is entertained with an intuitive “co-driver” display. The upcoming electric S-Class (2022 EQS) will be the first car to feature this enticing display, so stay with us for all your S-Class updates.
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