Mercedes-Benz this week previewed the Mercedes-Benz User Experience or MBUX at CES 2018.
The new infotainment system standard, developed in partnership with Nvidia Corp., includes a large horizontal touch-screen display that includes speedometer and RPM information at the steering wheel and secondary information at the center console.
At the demonstration, a user could customize standard instrument cluster dials with navigation map information. In addition, the center console display portion could relay a full 3D render of the vehicle to better customization all vehicle options including LED headlights or interior mood lighting.
The final system will include a voice-activated assistant.
The MBUX will debut in the B-Class MPV, GLA-Class, A-Class Hatchback and CLA-Class 4-Door Coupe with Shooting Brake.