Mercedes-Benz presented MBUX Hyperscreen at CES 2021 yesterday. MBUX generation is an intelligent new feature such as “Mercedes Travel Knowledge”.
A few days back Mercedes-Benz revealed MBUX in Digital World Premier. Yesterday at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) it celebrated its trade-show debut.
With 141 centimetres widescreen, consisting of three apparently seamlessly merged displays is the largest human-machine interface built by Mercedes-Benz to date. It is also the most intelligent – aesthetically impressive, radically easy to operate, and downright eager to learn.
This will evaluate map data. It will also provide a lot more information about interesting landmarks along the route, from individual buildings or points of interest to entire cities. If the driver or passenger ask a question as they drive past – for example, “Hey Mercedes, what can you tell me about this building?” or “Hey Mercedes, what is the name of the restaurant on the left?”- it will reply the information in the display screen and as well as spoken by the voice assistant.
Sajjad Khan, Member of the Board of Management of Mercedes-Benz AG and CTO said, “The new MBUX Hyperscreen combines unique electrical aesthetics with outstanding user-friendliness. A decisive strength is the clever networking of all 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.”
“When developing the MBUX Hyperscreen, the focus was clearly on the customer.”
“The goal was a concept without distracting the driver or complicated operation, but one that is capable of learning thanks to artificial intelligence. The result speaks for itself: the MBUX Hyperscreen understands the customer better and better and thus delivers customized, personalized infotainment and operating offers before the user has to click on anything. This is customer orientation and digital thinking in 2021.”- he added.