« During 2020, a year marked by the COVID crisis, our teams all over the world showed their fighting spirit and continued to offer clean, safe and affordable models to our customers, to ensure their freedom of movement.
The name of this concept car was a direct reference to the segment of “all activity vehicles” (AAVs).
EQS with unique MBUX Hyperscreen: the big in-car cinema. An assistant for the driver and front passenger who is constantly learning, thanks to artificial intelligence
Visually impressive, radically easy to operate and extremely eager to learn: the MBUX Hyperscreen is one of the highlights in the EQS.
Mercedes-Benz Cars triples global sales of xEVs and meets the European CO2 targets for passenger cars in 2020
Significant progress was made in 2020, with a steep increase in xEV deliveries: More than 160,000 plug-in hybrids and all-electric vehicles were sold by Mercedes-Benz Cars worldwide (+228.8%), including about 87,000 units in the fourth quarter.
Mercedes-Benz presents the MBUX Hyperscreen at CES: New MBUX generation with intelligent new features such as “Mercedes Travel Knowledge”
With a width of 141 centimetres, the unique screen unit consisting of three apparently seamlessly merged displays is not only the largest human-machine interface built by Mercedes-Benz to date, but also by far the most intelligent – aesthetically impressive, radically easy to operate and downright eager to learn.
The start of the 2021 motorsport year already has some major events in store: with the Dubai 24 Hours (14-16 January) and the Rolex 24 At Daytona (28-31 January), Mercedes-AMG Motorsport and the Customer Racing Teams are facing two highlights right away.
Customers who follow the recommendations and hints in the app not only get to know their car with alternative drive better – they also improve their driving style and can better protect the environment.
Be it operating the phone with buttons on the steering wheel, distance control or the electronic tyre pressure monitoring system as well as many attributes of networked vehicles: what seemed utopian three decades ago forms part of the familiar equipment scope of contemporary passenger cars and commercial vehicles.
It has already begun for the Customer Racing teams.
On the way to “Lead in Car Software” – participate now with your own programming ideas at the Mercedes-Benz In-Car Coding Community
The apps ensure the intelligent and emotional networking of driver and vehicle, and bundle products as well as services which can be called up via the MBUX or the smartphone.