benz erscreen_4Mercedes-Benz, like a lot of other luxury cars makers out there, is in a race to one-up Tesla. Tesla really came into its own back in the early 2010s with its Model S, and then expanded its lineup over the years with its Model X, Model 3, and most recently the Model Y. Mercedes-Benz is looking to challenge Tesla for EV supremacy with its upcoming EQS EV.

While the final production exterior design of the upcoming EQS has not been unveiled, Mercedes-Benz is more than willing to give us a glimpse at the vehicle's interior. The central focus of the interior is its next-generation Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) infotainment system, which is highlighted by the Hyperscreen. If you thought that the display in the Model S or Model 3 were large, you ain't seen nothin' yet.

The Hyperscreen measures 56 inches across, and combines several OLED displays that appear to blend seamlessly together. The Hyperscreen stretches from A-pillar to A-pillar and encompasses the instrument cluster behind the steering, the central infotainment display, and a display that stretches out in front of the passenger.

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