Hyper-analog design is the buzzword for the 2022 Mercedes-AMG SL Roadster cockpit


Mercedes-Benz has teased its MBUX Hyperscreen system followed by the official unveiling of the luxury electric sedan that will use it a few months ago. With the imminent arrival of the 2022 Mercedes-AMG SL Roadster, the automaker is sharing a glimpse of the “Hyperanalogue” interior. Avoiding the overly futuristic interior of his electric vehicle, he recalls a little with great effect.

When the German marque announced the Vision EQS at the 2019 International Motor Show, it was touted as a futuristic model for the brand’s upcoming electric vehicles. Since it will offer the new machine in several versions, the cockpit is being redesigned.

There are some cool features and possible gadgets that Mercedes-Benz can implement with the MBUX Hyperscreen. However, it occupies the entire width of the dashboard. For the 2022 Mercedes-AMG SL Roadster, designers want a balanced mix of digital and analog.

“Thanks to its Mercedes-AMG performance genes, the new edition is aimed at the sporting target group as well as customers looking for maximum comfort”, explains the company. “Fine materials, meticulous workmanship and attention to detail further underscore the high luxury standards inside. “

Unlike the EQS, which is more spacious inside, the 2022 Mercedes-AMG SL Roadster opts for a 2 + 2 seating arrangement. As such, the goal here is to imbue sporty elements that create an atmosphere of high performance for the occupants. Instead of the Hyperscreen, the Hyperanalogical theme is content with an adjustable central display.

Meanwhile, the driver has a 12.3-inch high-resolution display with up to 64 shades of illumination. Audio playback emanates from Burmester premium metal speakers with a striking grid pattern. Ergonomic seats, LED lighting, high quality upholstery / stitching and cutting edge technology all come together into one cohesive. The hyper-analog design might just be the 2022 Mercedes-AMG SL Roadster’s best feature yet.

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