Sneak Preview: 2024 Mercedes-Benz E-Class interior

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Chief design officer Gorden Wagener tells CDN’s Laura Burstein “the bigger the better” when it comes to Mercedes’ new, screen-filled instrument panel

Mercedes-Benz previewed a bevvy of new technology at a recent press event at its Silicon Valley office in Sunnyvale, CA, including a first look at the next-generation E-Class interior. The midsize sedan, set to launch later this year, is the harbinger for the third-generation MBUX user interface and a new IP design for the brand’s internal-combustion-engine models. With similarities to the gargantuan “Hyperscreen” found on Mercedes-Benz’s electric EQ models, the E-Class features pillar-to-pillar displays that will run a range of apps from Angry Birds to Zoom.

“It’s important to get bigger and bigger with screen sizes,” Mercedes-Benz Chief Design Officer Gorden Wagener said as…

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