In the race to provide the biggest car touchscreen on the planet, we introduce you to the King-of-the-Hill. It’s called the MBUX Hyperscreen, and it’s essentially one ginormous touchscreen that replaces the traditional dashboard and center stack. The beast measures 56 inches wide, and it’s covered in super-strong Gorilla glass. The MBUX Hyperscreen is powered by an eight-core CPU with 24 gigabytes of RAM, so it can handle quite a bit of data and resolution. Within the curved Hyperscreen are three OLED screen units with haptic feedback actuators. The idea behind them is the creation of a “zero layer” so there’s no overlap of controls for the climate, audio, etc. like current infotainment systems. Vital driver data is in front of the steering wheel, vehicle and occupant comfort functions occupy the center screen, and the front passenger gets an intuitive “co-driver” display. More than just a big screen, the MBUX will use a new AI system designed to simplify its usage by learning frequently used functions, how they are used and when. The system will make those suggestions at specific times, so there’s far less hunt-and-peck navigation. The screen will be an option on the upcoming EQS electric sedan, but no cost has been specified. Just remind your passenger to keep their dirty feet off it.