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Mercedes EQ INTERIOR Both inside and outside: new light signature for electric cars
With a new exterior and Mercedes EQ INTERIOR light signature, the inventor of the automobile presents the design trend for future Mercedes EQ INTERIOR electric vehicles with the star: the distinguishing mark of "Generation EQ" is the "Black Panel" front grille: the white-illuminated Mercedes star and all the light elements are integrated in this seamlessly glazed design element. The blue-illuminated surround gives a completely new interpretation of the typical Mercedes radiator grille. Illuminated LED optical fibres in electric blue produce a light show with exciting touches of colour.
The peripheral light strip of the "Black Panel" is equally typical of "Generation EQ". Embedded in it are the white, powerful LED headlamps. Viewed from the side, the flowing E-line and beltline form a frame around the base of the mirror camera. Touches of rose gold in the chrome-plated E-line moulding and the spokes of the 21‑inch wheels serve as a special eye-catching transition from interior to exterior.
The rear lamps are of matching design, taking up the contour of the "Black Panel" and surrounded by an LED optical fibre in electric blue, which changes to red when the vehicle is moving and acts as a tail light. The central Mercedes star at the rear end is likewise illuminated in white. Similarly to the front end, the clasp-like light signature on the outside changes to orange as soon as the direction indicator is operated.
Mercedes EQ INTERIOR Lighting mood: from welcome scenario to electric blue
As the Mercedes EQ INTERIOR driver approaches the car, it automatically activates to welcome him or her with a specific colour mood in the Mercedes EQ INTERIOR. The welcome scenario is rounded off by digital light in the perforated Mercedes EQ INTERIOR door panels. Once the driver has taken their place, the Mercedes EQ INTERIOR lighting mood switches to electric blue, with the lights in the doors and on the seats dimming slowly. The Mercedes EQ INTERIOR wide-screen display gradually builds up to present the energy level. The navigation map shows all the destinations that can be reached on the current battery charge.
Mercedes EQ INTERIOR Adaptive ambience lighting for a feel-good atmosphere
A special feel-good atmosphere is produced by the adaptive Mercedes EQ INTERIOR ambience lighting on board "Generation EQ". There are Mercedes EQ INTERIOR lighting elements in the light strip underneath the windscreen, on the side and middle air vents, seats, door handles and interior door panels, on the centre console and around the Mercedes star in the steering wheel.
Mercedes EQ INTERIOR Driver assistance systems for maximum safety
It goes without saying that "Generation EQ" also features the latest driver assistance systems from Mercedes-Benz. Using highly accurate maps from our partner HERE, the systems know such things as the precise curve radii as well as the position and size of a roundabout. The vehicle can then automatically adjust the speed and driving dynamics to give the driver even greater comfort and relaxation. EQ thus takes a further step on the road to autonomous driving, always under the premise of safety and in compliance with the statutory regulations. There is a special focus on the optimised interplay between the individual features, so-called "sensor fusion", i.e. the intelligent combination of data from different sensors. In the opinion of experts at Mercedes‑Benz, this is one of the key requirements on the way to automated driving.
Extended communication by Car-to-X technology
But the engineers have gone one step further: for example, "Generation EQ" is equipped with Car-to‑X technology and can exchange information with the infrastructure and other vehicles – an ideal basis for a series of new driver assistance features that build on existing systems and thus take a further step in the direction of accident prevention. It is also helpful for the driver to be informed about nearby recharging opportunities. As soon as "Generation EQ" realises that the destination cannot be reached on the available battery charge, it advises the driver of appropriate options on the navigation map.