The new Mercedes E-Class might be the vehicle for you if you've ever felt the urge to upload a TikTok video while driving.
The cockpit of the German automaker's new sedan has just been shown for the first time, and it is an absolute tech-fest.
The dashboard, which is home to a wide range of displays, is the first thing that stands out.
Triple-display Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) Superscreen as an option will be available on the 2024 E-Class.
The MBUX Hyperscreen, which was previously featured in the EQS, has been slightly reduced in size.
It's a big infotainment system that even has a display for the front passenger as an option.
It's a really clever piece of equipment that only works when the car detects a passenger inside. Additionally, dual light control display technology reduces driver seat visibility.
However, the MBUX Superscreen has more tricks up its sleeve than just that.
A brand-new video and selfie camera is affixed to the dashboard's top. so that you can take as many pictures and videos as you want (as long as you're in the park).
Instead of having to mirror third-party apps through Android Auto or Apple CarPlay, you will even be able to install them directly.
Mercedes claims that it will launch an App Store with a "gradually expanding portfolio of apps" in the near future.
The Mercedes E-Class will begin with a selection of apps, including Angry Birds, Zoom, TikTok, and Webex. The E-Class will also include an active ambient lighting system in addition to the screens.
For those times when the music is pumping, there is also a Burmester 4D surround system with 17 speakers.
Speaking of which, the active light system responds to your music, with "flowing rhythms can create softly merging lighting moods" and fast sequences causing rapid changes.
The rest of the interior was not revealed much by Mercedes, but those with keen eyes will notice a new steering wheel and a minimalist center console.
The diamond-quilted Nappa leather seats appear to be extremely comfortable as well.