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    Hey Merdedes - A loving look at MBUX

    Published on May 17, 2018

    Mercedes Benz MBUX Walk though review http://www.mobilegeeks.com/ Mercedes has announced an all new infotainment systems, MBUX is rolling out first in the A-Class and it’s approach isn’t much different than what most manufacturers are doing in their cars. If you want to keep your hands on the wheel and your focus on the road then you need to have a strong voice assistant, Hey Mercedes is different than other systems on the road because it works offline! Most of the infotainment systems on the road send your queeries to the cloud, something that becomes frustrating when connectivity is limited. It’s noticable when you’re on test drive because connectivity isn’t always the best and the cars are often meant for different markets and merely brought into whatever country is deemed prettiest for the drive. What makes Hey Mercedes stand out is that everything will work offline, the system obviously needs internet to get traffic or weather updates, but it doesn’t feel broken when it’s not connected to the internet.

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    Mercedes-Benz A-Class 2018: Test driven by MrJWW

    Published on Aug 3, 2018

    Everything you need to know about the Mercedes-Benz A-Class (2018), presented by YouTuber MrJWW. For more information visit: http://mb4.me/explore-a-class_ytb
    YouTuber MrJWW introduces the key features of this benchmark-setting compact car. From the revolutionary infotainment system MBUX to driving assistance and safety systems, engine types and suspension, sleek exterior and sophisticated interior. The A-Class. Just like you.

    ►For direct selection of a specific chapter please select below:
    00:32 User Experience & Connectivity
    03:22 Driving Experience & Engines
    05:18 Exterior Design
    07:35 Interior Design
    09:01 Driving Assistance & Safety Systems

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    MBUX hands-on in der Mercedes A-Klasse Lissabon

    Published on Nov 19, 2018

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    Mercedes-Benz EQC (2019) and MBUX: Wedding Special in Las Vegas

    Published on Jan 10, 2019

    You can ask the Mercedes-Benz EQC (2019) and the MBUX voice assistant a lot of questions, like “Hey Mercedes, do I need flip-flops in Las Vegas tomorrow?” or “Can you play some reggae music, please?”.

    As a Las Vegas exclusive experiment, we had couples ask our new EQC some of the more uncommon, pretty unique questions in life.

    As the first Mercedes-Benz model to be launched under the new product and technology brand EQ, the EQC features an all-new drive system development with compact electric drivetrains at each axle. These give the EQC the driving characteristics of an all-wheel drive. To reduce power consumption and increase dynamism, the electric drivetrains are configured differently: the front electric motor is optimised for best possible efficiency in the low to medium load range, while the rear one determines dynamism. Together, they generate an output of 300 kW and a maximum torque of 765 Nm. The lithium-ion battery, which has an energy content of 80 kWh, supplies the vehicle with power.

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    New Mercedes Benz CLA a sexier A-Class & improved MBUX

    Published on Jan 10, 2019

    At CES 2019 announced a new wearable, the 2020 CLA alluding to the technical prowess of the new and improved MBUX that would be launching in the new car. The CLA will join the A-Class and GLE-Class SUV in offering Mercedes’ new MBUX infotainment system. The next-generation system is a huge leap forward over the previous generation COMAND interface. The system incorporates natural language.

    The voice control is set up to recognize the trigger phrase “Hey Mercedes,” and can reply to complicated questions. On a drive with the system in Croatia I even found an easter egg where Mercedes told me she loved me! In the press conference in Las Vegas they demo’ed a more practical example: “Hey Mercedes, which child-friendly Asian restaurants are nearby that are neither Chinese or Japanese?” We haven’t been able to test the new system for ourselves but we hope they have increased its edge computing capabilities (the ability to problem solve without the cloud) so the system can be more responsive when data connection becomes limited.

    MBUX is housed on a standard seven-inch screen, with the accompanying seven-inch gauge cluster, but most folks will likely upgrade to the larger 10.25-inch screens. The screen is operated by touch, natch, but also by touch pads on the redesigned steering wheel as well as a new touchpad on the center console.
    In an interesting twist, we’re seeing some new methods of interacting with the car, the CLA get the Interior Assistant, which we first saw on the GLE. The gesture-control system replaces pushing buttons you can do things like wave your hand towards the rear-view mirror to turn on the light, or gesture over the passenger seat if you need the light on there. The technology works during the day and in complete darkness.

    The Interior Assistant has more complicated gesture controls as well, throw a V finger-gesture over the center console and your pre-programmed favorites are loaded up. The system can also distinguish between passenger and driver’s hands and bring up each person’s favorite functions.

    When it comes to smart driving features the adaptive cruise control gets technology boost with route-based speed control. Using the GPS, the car will automatically slow down for curves, toll road stop or whatever else shows up on the map. The system detects if there are slower speed zones, like say for construction and will slow the car accordingly.
    Other new driver’s aids in the CLA include active steering assist to keep the car centered in the lane as well as active lane-change assist. Active emergency stop will bring the car to a complete stop if the system thinks you aren’t paying attention or are otherwise incapacitated.

    These new offerings, coupled with the now de rigueur blind spot monitoring and lane-keeping assist, mean the CLA will be one of the most techy compact offerings on the market.

    Inside, the design echoes that of the new A-Class — that is to say, the now ubiquitous turbine-inspired HVAC vents are front and center, topped by the optional larger screens and plenty of ambient lighting.

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