You can expect a bunch of goodies from the German automobile giants when they have decided to roll out a masterpiece in the form of a fully electric SUV, Mercedes Benz EQC, which is quite a deal for the blazing performance it offers up its sleeves.
After being in continuous research, development, and innovation building up to its final production in 4 years, Mercedes has added the all-loaded NVIDIA-powered MBUX infotainment system in this fully electric car. This was first seen in the Mercedes Benz A – a class that came out of the factories in February. MBUX or Mercedes Benz User Experience is an AI-powered infotainment system that has a very efficient hardware and software backing with precision 3D imaging, graphics, and natural language processing.
Interaction skills on point
The MBUX houses a 10.25-inch display that is easily accessible to the drivers and passengers who can now view the AI rich navigation in combination with 3D imaging. It also takes verbal comments using the natural language processing feature and keeps drivers and passengers at ease. This fully featured cockpit gives a tremendously beautiful user experience with flexible command receptor skills on board, while the driver can sail away into the road knowing what lies ahead, without worrying about turning the knobs or repeating instructions.
Utility of the innovation
The new line of vehicles, Mercedes Benz EQC provides certain features like a consistently elegant design from the exterior to the cabin, along with being a very sustainable and nature friendly option replacing internal combustion engines as in other cars.
Features like MBUX that relies on User inputs can be constantly developed and improved for enhanced functioning. They can be made personalized and more convenient like the Vehicle can store in its memory space , the convenient and often used route map to home and so on.
Daimler chairman Dieter Zetsche has said that the MBUX will be standard fitted to all Mercedes Benz EQC and the cars after its series production will be available in the US markets by 2020. Zetsche has said, “This is a new generation of Mercedes,” and that “It brings together design, usability, services and convenience in a new and unique way.” Mercedes surely has a long way to go to catch up with rivals like BMW I3 and others that have already made a name in this segment.