The jewel of any interior.
A new level of user interaction. The All-New MBUX Hyperscreen.
Get ready for a screen that is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.
Introducing MBUX Hyperscreen. Making its debut as an option in the new EQS from Mercedes-EQ, it’s a “jewel of interior design” and a true work of art. Using artificial intelligence, the display and operating system can adapt completely to the user for a range of personalized suggestions, creating a center of attention, control, and entertainment.
“The new MBUX Hyperscreen combines unique electrical aesthetics with outstanding user-friendliness. A decisive strength is the clever networking of systems based on intelligent, adaptive software. This makes the Hyperscreen the brain of the car; it’s connected to and communicates with all components of the vehicle,” said Sajjad Khan, Member of the Board of Management of Mercedes-Benz AG and CTO.
Beneath one 56-inch, gently curved piece of glass, three separate displays merge to look like a single entity. Integrated ambient lighting gives MBUX Hyperscreen a floating appearance on top of the dashboard. The clear and minimalist design helps give EQS passengers intelligent access to available and suggested functions at any given time, while the brightness adapts to the lighting conditions within the interior. Non-controlled image pixels remain switched off, so they appear deep black, while active OLED pixels shine with a high color brilliance. “When developing the MBUX Hyperscreen, the focus was clearly on the customer,” said Sajjad Khan.
MBUX Hyperscreen boasts impressive computing power. Eight CPU cores, 24 gigabytes of RAM and 46.4 gigabytes per second RAM memory bandwidth are among the impressive technical highlights. Twelve actuators are located under the touchscreen surfaces to provide haptic feedback.
To help minimize driver distraction, and provide some of the most important information at the forefront – MBUX Hypersreen also introduces the “Zero Layer.” Through artificial intelligence, MBUX can suggest actions based on previous user interaction, location, and time of day. For example, if you always call one person on your commute home from work, a tile will appear at the top of the display with an intelligent suggestion to call them.
With the levels of connectivity enabling new forms of interactivity and individuality, the MBUX Hyperscreen for the EQS is customer-centric at its core. It takes a closer look at what passengers need and evokes comfort and ease. Making sure the functions you need in any situation are automatically provided to you, everything you require is at your fingertips.