Mercedes-AMG, the performance subsidiary of Mercedes-Benz, has revealed it’s next-generation SL model. On the new SL, Mercedes-Benz’s MBUX system delivers a premium infotainment experience, and new AI features, with high-resolution graphics enabled by NVIDIA GPUs.
Unlike the OEM’s passenger-oriented vehicles, the SL’s cockpit features an adjustable central display. The 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster is integrated into a three-dimensional visor. Through MBUX, drivers can also customize the infotainment system’s display style and the SL’s driving modes.
Drivers can operate MBUX using the “Hey Mercedes” intelligent voice assistant, which can understand up to 28 languages. The SL also incorporates intelligent driving features using camera and radar sensors around the vehicle. Driver assistance systems observe the surrounding environment and, if necessary, can quickly intervene.
In the SL’s instrument cluster, a real-time 3D view of the car and its surroundings are displayed to show drivers what its sensors are seeing. These graphics, which leverage NVIDIA’s processors, also visualize the status and operation of the driver-assist system, making it easier to understand.