The all-new Mercedes EQS, set to debut in 2022, is the future of Mercedes-Benz cars. The flagship EQS is the first model to be based on the company’s modular architecture for luxury and executive-class electric vehicles, despite not being the first EQ model to be launched.
As a result, Stuttgart designers were given carte blanche to construct a brand new interior design and experience for the driver and passengers. However, the production version of the cabin varies dramatically from the EQS Design, so ignore that and scroll down to see the plethora of official images given.
The new MBUX Hyperscreen, which features three large displays under a single scratch-resistant glass that covers the entire dashboard, is at the forefront of the design evolution. The machine has eight CPU cores, 24 GB of RAM, and a RAM bandwidth of 46.4 GB per second.
The base model EQS without the MBUX Hyperscreen would have a different layout, which isn’t visible in the official photos. The lack of a transmission tunnel is common to both.
Mercedes stated that the EQS is designed to be experienced with virtually all human senses, including visual, auditory, olfactory, and haptic, in addition to the MBUX Hyperscreen. Yes, olfactory, thanks to the EQS’s High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filter, which cleans and filters the outside air until it enters the cabin. The EQS also has successful fragrancing as part of the Air-Balance Package, which includes a new fragrance named No.6 Mood Linen.
In terms of haptic perception, the MBUX Hyperscreen uses force feedback on both the core and passenger displays to provide haptic feedback. There are also 12 actuators under the touchscreen surfaces that can trigger a physical vibration when pressed. The materials used in the cabin often excite the sense of touch, and knowing Mercedes, you know what to expect.