Details, price, Super screen of the new Mercedes E-Class
The next-generation BMW 5 Series rival will stand out with its innovative, tech-filled interior.
Before the global launch, Mercedes-Benz released the first set of photos of the upcoming sedan’s interior, confirming that the next-generation E-Class will get the new MBUX Superscreen on most variants.
- Next-generation E-Class to launch globally in the coming months
- Will be sold in standard and long wheelbase format
- Will get MBUX Superscreen on most variants
New Mercedes-Benz E-Class: Super screen
The next-generation Mercedes-Benz E-Class will see a concerted effort from the brand to offer customers a significantly more modern cabin and digitally-based user experience compared to its predecessor. duty. Expected to launch globally soon, the new E-Class will follow balance electric sibling (sold overseas) in offering buyers the choice of a separate instrument and portrait-style infotainment screen or a panel covered almost entirely in pixels.
Modeled heavily on MBUX Super Screen Already offered by Mercedes-Benz as a high-cost option, the MBUX Super Display combines a standalone digital instrument display with optional central infotainment and passenger display. The latter two are placed beneath a single pane of glass to give the interior of the E-Class a clean and uncluttered appearance, maintained by reducing the number of analogue controls.
Along with the removal of the center console-mounted infotainment panel, Mercedes has given the E-Class new digital air-conditioning controls in the central infotainment display. In addition, MBUX Super Screen led to E-Class is available‘ the four central air vents and the two outer circular vents are replaced by a long ventilation strip on the top of the dashboard.
New Mercedes-Benz E-Class: interior
Among the options is a new head-up display. It gets a larger field and new augmented reality functions, as seen on the latest version WORLD RANGEand four models based on Mercedes’ EVA electric vehicle platform. Mercedes-Benz has also provided the new E-Class with a more advanced ambient lighting system that can be programmed to pulse in conjunction with music from the audio system. It is also used as a warning for other functions, including parking assist, intersection approach system and brake assist.
The new MBUX system adopts developments first revealed on the EQE SUV. Among them is the possibility of installing third-party applications. Dual Light Control (DLC) allows passengers to watch movies and other content on the passenger screen while the vehicle is in motion, with sensors that will turn the display off if it detects that the driver is distracted.
Another new development is an optional camera available with MBUX Super Monitor. Mounted on the dashboard, it allows the driver to take a selfie or join a video conference while the vehicle is stationary. While Mercedes has yet to reveal the technical details of its latest MBUX, it claims that it works in a faster and more seamless fashion than previous versions of its in-house developed operating system. .
New to the E-Class is the artificial intelligence software that allows MBUX to adjust itself to the driver’s personal habits. By monitoring habits, the software can automatically set the temperature of the air conditioner and the intensity of the seat heater. It will even roll down the driver-side window glass when you approach a frequently used parking station to allow you to pick up your ticket without having to operate the window yourself.
New Mercedes Benz E-Class: exterior design
The next-generation E-Class sedan will feature a new design, with a combination of styling cues from newer Mercedes-Benz models like the S-Class and some unique details to differentiate it. with other sedans of the brand. The headlights are expected to have a new design with a wavy pattern underneath. Both lights will incorporate a much larger grille, which itself will have a variety of styling – sportier versions of the model will get a two-bar grille with a large three-pointed star in the middle. center. Mercedes will sell standard and long-wheelbase models in various markets.
Expect more details about the next generation of the E-Class to be revealed in the coming months ahead of the car’s global launch sometime this year.
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