The primary thing that catches attention is the display-rich control panel. There will be actually two versions of the control panel. The very first will resemble the S-Class with a 12.3″ instrument cluster screen and 12.8″ center touchscreen.
For those who will want to invest more, Mercedes-Benz has this big, three-dimensional, curved screen, which in fact includes 3 screens under a single glass – 12.3″ Driver screen (instrument cluster), MBUX 17.7″ Hyperscreen infotainment touchscreen (OLED) and 12.3″ guest touchscreen on the right (likewise OLED).

Mercedes-Benz has actually just exposed the interior of its brand new, all-electric Mercedes-Benz EQS design, which is scheduled for market launch in Europe this August.
We should admit that the style is truly groundbreaking. The interior of the EQS looks nearly like it would be in a concept vehicle. Its a combination of modern, glamorous and futuristic aspects, wrapped in easy, tidy lines.

” The MBUX Hyperscreen is the outright emphasize in the interior. This big, curved screen system sweeps almost from A-pillar to A-pillar. 3 screens sit under a typical bonded cover glass and aesthetically merge into one screen. In addition to the so-called zero-layer design, the MBUX Hyperscreen provides instinctive touch operation with haptic feedback and force feedback. The scratch-resistant glass is coated to make cleansing much easier.”

Compare the 2 versions side-by-side:

Amongst other things, we can keep in mind a wide ventilation line above the screen. There is a HEPA filter. The center console appears useful and large.
There will be 2 seating alternatives (comfort and sport) and a truly great sound system and an unique program to make you seem like you remain in some peaceful location: Forest Glade, Sounds of the Sea and Summer Rain.

With all the screen genuine estate, Mercedes-Benz still positioned an obvious number of buttons. Some of them, like on the guiding wheel, are capacitive.
There are numerous alternatives to change the ambient lights and the whole system changes to dark mode in the evening, advising us of a space ship. On top of that, Mercedes-Benz adds a HUD screen.

The brand-new ENERGIZING NATURE programmes at a glance:

Forest Glade: can help to get away the loud everyday routine and increase concentration. Birdsong, rustling leaves and a mild breeze produce a feel-good atmosphere. The program is settled by warm music soundscapes and subtle fragrancing.
Sounds of the Sea: can have a positive and relaxing effect through the combination of soft music soundscapes, wave sounds and seagull noises. Warms and cools at the exact same time with the soothingly slow rhythm of the ocean waves integrated with blasts of air from the air conditioning system.
Summer season Rain: can serve as an acoustic oasis in loud traffic, cooling and calming with sounds of raindrops on leafy canopies, distant thunder, pattering rain and ambient music soundscapes.

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Mercedes-Benz EQS spces:

more than 700 km (435 miles).
108 kWh battery (12 modules, about 9 kWh each) lithium-ion cells, NCM 811 chemistry.
Cd worth beginning with 0.20.
EVA platform.

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The interior of the EQS looks almost like it would be in a concept car. The first will be similar to the S-Class with a 12.3″ instrument cluster screen and 12.8″ center touchscreen.
” The MBUX Hyperscreen is the outright emphasize in the interior. 3 screens sit under a common bonded cover glass and visually combine into one screen. Among other things, we can note a large ventilation line above the screen.

The EQS will be produced at Factory 56 in Sindelfingen, Germany beginning in the first half of this year. The battery packs are produced at Stuttgart-Hedelfingen plant, as part of the Untertürkheim location in Germany.

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