Published: Sat, January 13, 2018
Industry | By Terrell Bush

Mercedes unveils new MBUX infotainment at CES 2018

Mercedes unveils new MBUX infotainment at CES 2018

So what can you expect to see? But Mercedes is showing off a new infotainment system that leverages artificial intelligence and augmented reality, and it should enter production this year.

Mercedes wants to revolutionize in-car infotainment systems with AI technology that makes the experience more engaging.

The system utilizes a high-resolution touchscreen with 3D graphics, a touchpad on the center console and Touch-Control Buttons on the steering wheel.

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Three versions of the MBUX will be available to A-Class customers: the entry-level version features dual 7-inch displays, while a mid-level system includes one 7-inch and one 10.25-inch screen.

Mercedes-Benz revealed a new user interface at on Tuesday.

Khan said the system would allow drivers to talk to their cars the same way they might talk to friends, and would update to incorporate new slang terms. A unique feature of the MBUX is the system's ability to learn your driving habits thanks to artificial intelligence. This is an improvement over most voice recognition systems in cars over the past few years which require specific phrases to activate functionality. If the navigation system detects a route frequently driven, the navigation will start to that location, or if the driver regularly listens to a particular radio station at a certain time, it will switch over to that station at the proper time. The front camera takes a video image of the car's surroundings.

With Mercedes me connected services, drivers can remotely lock and unlock their cars with their smartphones.

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