A few months ago Mercedes announced that its upcoming EQS electric vehicle will adopt a large curved front display, 56-inch in size, called the MBUX Hyperscreen. Today the company unveiled the interior cabin of the EQS:

Mercedes EQS interior photo

The display is 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 whole AI-enabled system is powered by 8 CPU cores and 24 GB of RAM.

Mercedes is likely to be using LG Display's OLEDs, as the two companies have been working together since around 2016.

Last year Cadillac launched the 2021 Escalade, which also uses a wide 38-inch display, made from several LGD P-OLED displays (there are three different displays - a 7" display, an 14" one and a 16.9" display).

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