image1The 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class’s new MBUX infotainment system Mercedes-Benz Tucked behind the steering wheel is the digital instrument cluster which utilizes special pixels and stereo cameras to create a 3-D stereoscopic effect for the driver. It also features augmented reality features that will make navigation easier. In the back, there will be as many as three displays. Two will be located on the back of the front seat headrests, and each will feature a fully loaded version of the MBUX for passengers. The infotainment system makes extensive use of swipes, gestures and voice commands, which has allowed the engineers to get rid of 27 different physical buttons and nobs. The tablet-like layout has been drastically improved so that each screen displays more info and require fewer swipes to navigate. Processing power has been boosted by 50 percent, which should reduce any of the lag found on older systems. The voice assistant has also been given a robust feature upgrade and can now be used by the passengers in the rear of the car as well.