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Mercedes-Benz released a new MBUX smart system

From:Mercedes-Benz MBUX Hyperscreen 2021-01-22 16:57:10

In the past few years, the first week of January has been particularly important for automakers and suppliers.

The annual CES exhibition kicked off on January 13, 2021. This year's exhibition is different from the past. Due to the impact of the new crown epidemic, the exhibitors of this exhibition will display their latest cutting-edge technologies in a virtual way.

As a luxury brand, Mercedes-Benz released a new generation of MBUX Hyperscreen at this exhibition, and at the same time stated that the system will be the first to be installed on the EQS model, the first representative of the EVA platform of large BEVs.

The new generation MBUX Hyperscreen has over 140 long screens, seamlessly connected by three displays, from the A-pillar on the left to the A-pillar on the right, with an area of 2,432 square centimeters, and contains 12 sensors.

On the core processing chip, MBUX Hyperscreen is equipped with an 8-core CPU processor, 24Gb RAM, 46.4Gb/s RAM memory bandwidth, multiple cameras and an optical sensor.

Regarding hardware, the central control screen and the co-pilot’s entertainment screen both use the most popular OLED technology with independent light-emitting pixels. The screen can present a beautiful high-contrast picture regardless of viewing angle and light conditions. . In addition, when the screen is turned off, this technology can appear black that blends with the glass panel.

The application of this technology can greatly enhance passengers' viewing experience.

In view of the fact that the current screen will leave fingerprints when touched, this set of screen surface uses a two-layer technology, which not only effectively reduces the appearance of fingerprints, but also reduces the damage caused by hard object scratches.

Twelve sensors are set under the surface of the touch screen. When the user touches certain functions of the screen, the vibration module will be activated, which is more realistic and comfortable.

MBUX Hyperscreen has made targeted adjustments for the BEV EQ series: the theme color has been adjusted, and the layout of the external dashboard is more futuristic.

In addition, this system is also equipped with more artificial intelligence functions, including active massage mode, intelligent induction assistant, and multi-seat entertainment interconnection system. Mercedes-Benz said: To achieve some functions in the previous MBUX system, you need to go to the second-level menu or even a deeper first-level menu to find it, and on this new system, it is not so cumbersome at all.

The system can also actively learn user habits and automatically arrange the layout of functions on the homepage and hide those infrequently used functions.

For the first time, the assistant driver entertainment screen can support up to 7 exclusive user settings, which can be customized according to personal preferences.

In my opinion, the new MBUX car machine released by Mercedes-Benz this time is a comprehensive step towards intelligence. Although I don’t know how easy the system is in the actual experience, but according to the author’s previous experience From the perspective of Mercedes-Benz's first MBUX car, it should have a good effect.

Mercedes-Benz and CTO Board of Directors Sajjad Khan said: "At the beginning of the development of MBUX Hyperscreen, we clarified the principle of customer-centricity. The emergence of MBUX Hyperscreen can continue to better understand customers and provide personalized Information entertainment and operational experience."

Summary: The launch of the new generation of MBUX Hyperscreen marks another step towards intelligence. The system will be mounted on the body of the new flagship electric car EQS. How does this system feel? Whether it can recognize speech more accurately, whether the car will freeze, and whether it can accurately recognize personal hobbies will not be known until the new car is launched.

Editor:Lin Hua