The Hyperscreen is part of the next generation of the brand's MBUX infotainment system that debuts in the new S-Class sedan.
MBUX was first unveiled in 2018 in the A-Class, and there are now more than 1.8 million MBUX-equipped Mercedes-Benz passenger cars on the road worldwide.
The latest generation of the system uses artificial intelligence software to serve up information based on the user's past actions and vehicle surroundings.
For instance, if the driver regularly uses the heated steering wheel and heated seat functions together, MBUX will suggest enabling the heated steering wheel as soon as the user turns on the heated seat, Mercedes said. The digital assistant can also offer birthday reminders or suggestions for a to-do list.
The system's "zero-layer" user interface is designed so the most commonly used functions can be accessed without having to tap through submenus, reducing driver distraction. Twelve actuators beneath the touch screen deliver haptic feedback.
"The MBUX Hyperscreen gets to know the customer better," Khan noted, "and delivers tailored, personalized infotainment."