However, the new Mercedes EQS impresses not only with its technical details, but also with its innovative interior design. In the premium trim, the cockpit is dominated by a continuous, 1.41-meter-wide hyper screen with curved lines. As a contrast to the smooth and seamless surface of the display and as a "link from the digital to the physical world," as Mercedes-Benz puts it, two air vents protrude from the display at the left and right ends. They were developed and manufactured by fischer Automotive in Horb, a division of the fischer group of companies. The characteristic feature of the nozzles is the futuristic design in turbine optics, which clearly stands out from the puristic hyperscreen and is thus strongly in focus.
In addition, the upper edge of the Hyperscreen is bordered by further ventilation nozzles. In contrast to the side vents, these transverse vents are discreetly integrated into the overall design. Special features include the free-floating handles (controls) painted in the "Silver Shadow" color and the painted three-component trim strips in the color rose gold. As a further highlight, the jets can be illuminated in different colors. The air nozzles complement and enhance the effect of the Hyperscreen MBUX, in keeping with Mercedes chief designer Gordon Wagener, for whom design has to do with the desire for two things: "beauty and the extraordinary." This "X factor," says Wagener, must "surprise and enchant."