Once it debuts in full later this year, it's expected the model will offer as much as 700 kilometres of range, thanks to a large lithium-ion battery pack and dual electric motors. Again, the AI system can serve as an "attentive assistant for the passenger".
The vehicle can also store the locations of speed bumps and steep driveways, and subsequently recommend drivers via the infotainment system to raise the car's ride height use its air suspension system to clear the obstacle ahead. The Tesla Model 3's 15-inch screen, which floats above the dash rather than hugging the interior's curves, has set the bar high for electric cars - one that Mercedes seems eager to vault over. Rather than buttons and knobs, users control every aspect of the display with touch inputs.
The ambitious display certainly has a sleek profile. "The most important applications are always offered in a situational and contextual way at the top level in view".
The screen in front of the passenger seat will allow that occupant to select their own entertainment functions and, in countries where it's legal, watch videos using Bluetooth headphones. It was created to revolutionize how drivers and passengers interact with their vehicles.
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While the screens are impressive, they're only part of the Hyperscreen package. The massive display is made up of three separate OLED panels.
The screen is made with OLED technology that can withstand grueling cold and hot temperature conditions, flawless for any region in the world. The display is crisp and has a luxurious feel to it.
Mercedes delivered about 160,000 plug-in hybrid and fully electric cars in 2020, with the fourth quarter accounting for roughly half of those deliveries, Daimler Chief Executive Officer Ola Kallenius told reporters Thursday. Since the Hyperscreen relies exclusively on touch inputs, the added durability is a nice thing to have. There are 12 actuators to generate haptic feedback for your pokes, pinches, and swipes, and we're told the screens themselves-OLEDs for the passenger and center screen, presumably an LCD for the driver-are especially scratch-resistant and coated to make them less reflective and easier to clean. This means users will feel the screen respond after each tap. The EQS automatically adjusts the ground clearance on uneven roads, minimizing the damage to the vehicle.
If you want to get really nerdy, the system's hardware includes eight CPU cores and 24GB of RAM - details with such large numbers you'd only hear about if you bought a massively powerful (and expensive) gaming PC.