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Mercedes-Benz design chief Gorden Wagener on the EQS’ Hyperscreen: ‘Larger the higher’-Autopresse.eu

Mercedes-Benz design chief Gorden Wagener on the EQS’ Hyperscreen: ‘Larger the higher’-Autopresse.eu

Mercedes-Benz design chief Gorden Wagener on the EQS’ Hyperscreen: ‘Larger the higher’

2021-01-09 01:13:20

The Hyperscreen will likely be elective on the upcoming EQS.


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Mercedes-Benz on Thursday unveiled the Hyperscreen, a large single-piece infotainment display that will likely be obtainable on the upcoming EQS electrical luxurious sedan. Gorden Wagener, Daimler’s chief of design, talked to reporters in a digital roundtable to elucidate extra in regards to the Hyperscreen and the way it turned a actuality. 

Wagener says the concept for the Hyperscreen first took place years in the past, and it began with a sketch on the wall at Mercedes’ now-shuttered inside design studio in Como, Italy. (Mercedes has since opened a brand new design studio in Côte d’Azur, France. Good work if you will get it.) “I noticed the sketch and stated, ‘That is superb, let’s make that occur,'” Wagener says. “And we did make it occur! We made it possible with a companion, and that actually amazes me. Now we have a imaginative and prescient, a little bit sketch there, and we made it a actuality.”

The Hyperscreen spans 56 inches in whole, the whole lot of the dashboard, and it has about 377 sq. inches of display. It is technically three separate shows beneath one glass panel, all of that are OLED models with tremendous excessive decision, however the transition from display to clean glass appears to be like seamless. “The larger the higher,” Wagener says.

When geared up with the Hyperscreen, the one bodily controls on the EQS’ dashboard would be the begin button and the sunshine swap, and Wagener says that is not one thing that Mercedes will backpedal on — so do not count on new Mercedes fashions to convey again extra buttons and switches 5 years down the road. “We have been pushing for the elimination of onerous keys as a result of it makes it clear and trendy,” he says. “It is a utterly completely different factor to function. As designers we love simplicity.”

MBUX Hyperscreen

It spans 56 inches in whole.


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The Hyperscreen will likely be elective, with the EQS getting a setup much like the 2021 S-Class as normal that may have a standalone gauge cluster display and separate infotainment display within the sprint. Wagener would not give that many specifics in regards to the base system, however he says that the EQS was designed with the Hyperscreen in thoughts. “We began with the Hyperscreen, that was the main target level,” says Wagener. “We at all times have one eye on the usual model, however we didn’t need to compromise the high-end model.”

The sprint of the S-Class (and ostensibly the bottom EQS) is dominated by an enormous barely curved trim panel, which is obtainable in a mess of wooden, carbon-fiber, aluminum and piano black finishes. Fancy trim is a trademark of any luxurious automobile, so I ask Wagener how the Hyperscreen-equipped EQS will make up for the shortage of that panel. “When the entire instrument panel is display you might have much less area for conventional trim supplies, however the Hyperscreen itself is the jewel of the inside,” he says. “It is shiny, it has mega decision, it is attractive and easy. Seeing it in that dimension and brightness, it is a lot extra lovely than any trim materials would do.”

MBUX Hyperscreen

The passenger aspect of the Hyperscreen can present animated shows.


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There’ll nonetheless be fancy trim, akin to chrome strips across the display and wooden items on the middle console and dashboard, however Wagener says, “We’re transferring away from conventional trim supplies to digital trim supplies” in terms of Mercedes’ electrical vehicles. The passenger aspect of the Hyperscreen can show animated patterns or picture galleries, making it basically a digital piece of trim. “As soon as you employ it and might animate it, put up footage of your family members, it is a lot extra invaluable and wealthy and splendid than what you are used to.” Wagener additionally identified the propellor-esque analog air vents, which he described as “hyperanalog.”

The Hyperscreen is the kind of innovation that designers dream about, stuff that is sometimes reserved for idea vehicles, and Wagener did not mince phrases about how excited he’s about it. “We are going to at all times put magnificence first, we’ll by no means do a clumsy answer. I am so comfortable I can not even consider it that this design imaginative and prescient turned a actuality.”


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