Ahead of CES, Mercedes-Benz unveiled its enormous Hyperscreen. It’s a 56-inch curved touchscreen that takes up almost the entire width of a car dashboard, soon to debut in the company’s EQS electric sedan, coming later this year.
Equipped with an OLED screen and voice-controlled MBUX (Mercedes-Benz user experience) software that learns and adapts to driver behavior, the Hyperscreen is an optional addition to the company’s forthcoming electric vehicles. It’s like a digital assistant that makes suggestions for vehicle functions and entertainment choices using artificial intelligence.
“It’s based on customer need,” said Mercedes-Benz AG executive Sajjad Khan on a Thursday press call. Read more…
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