Mercedes EQS unveiled the hi-tech interiors of the electric car

Mercedes responded to Tesla by expecting the interiors of the new Model S. Those of the EQS don’t seem to be outdated, quite the opposite. The upshot is that if the S-Class is always the flagship model for the Mercedes show, the EQS, the Electric Admiral to be unveiled on April 15th, will likely inherit its fame, given the preview of the interior scene. In recent days, the Stuttgart company revealed, in fact, the cockpit of the new electric flagship, confirming some new specifications.

56 inch screen in the center of the console

The starting point for the future EQS First view from the cockpit with information Hypercreen It is based on a 56-inch screen with three control zones, one of which is for the front passenger and seven different profiles. The EQS dashboard slides into different panels as if it were a single piece complete with LED lighting. Air vents are located on either side of the dashboard, while the central vents above the touchscreen blend in all together. Without the transmission tunnel, the large case is located under the center console.


Shared screens with the thermal flagship

Padded leather sport seats, glossy black plastic, real wood, metal speaker grilles and enough LED lighting for a real on-board party add to what is expected of a luxury car even into the next millennium. Some details, such as the rear seat entertainment screens, door handles and door-mounted seat controls, appear to be in common with the S class.

Mercedes Eqs, interior with Hyperscreen system

The infotainment system offers a huge touch screen

Infotainment system Hypercreen It uses 8 CPUs, 24GB of RAM, and 12 actuators under the touch screen to activate real vibrations when a finger touches the screen. There are up to 350 sensors inside the EQS that monitor its many functions, the surroundings of the vehicle and passengers, including their body movements and speech. There is of course also an AI on board. Mercedes said the EQS is able to update software over the air for the life of the vehicle.

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Stereo 15 speakers, but the S-Class has 30 speakers.

The new Burmester surround sound system is available EQS It will be equipped with 15 speakers and a power of 710 watts. It should be noted that, in this regard, the new S-Class can be ordered with a similar sound system from Burmester, but with twice the number of speakers, i.e. up to 30 and beyond with a higher output power equal to 1750. Watts. Truly a unique sound in the car.

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