Mercedes has unveiled its 2022 EQE electric car, which is an E-Class Sedan. The car offers a 90kW battery (660 Km range) and the display will either be a 12.8-inch AMOLED or (optionally) Mercedes' MBUX Hyperscreen. The EQE 350 will start selling in mid-2022.
The Hyperscreen is a 56-inch display, actually made from three different OLED units, embedded in a single glass display. There's a central 17.7-inch panel plus two 12.3-inch panels. The 56-inch glass also includes holes for the air-vents which are integrated into the display.
The MBUX Hyperscreen was first used in the higher-end EQS electric car. The 'lower-end' 12.8-inch AMOLED screen, shown below, is used in the 2021 S-class cars.
Mercedes is likely to be using LG Display's OLEDs, in both screen options, as the two companies have been working together since around 2016.