Three years after Mercedes originally launched its MBUX in-car information system, it revealed the next-gen version of that system named the MBUX Hyperscreen that can learn from the driver.
The MBUX Hyperscreen features a 56-inch curved design that covers the length of the dashboard. The system also features 8 CPU cores, 24 gigabytes of RAM, and a multifunction camera and sensor that can adapt to lighting conditions in real-time. The system will initially be available as an option for the 2022 Mercedes EQS.
Mercedes also stated that the system is equipped with software that continues to learn from the driver.
“The MBUx Hyperscreen is both the brain and nervous system of the car,” said Sajjad Khan the CTO of Mercedes-Benz.
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