The two optionally available high-resolution and brilliant 12.3‑inch displays – unique in this segment - are merged under a single lens to produce a Widescreen Cockpit that appears to float in space. The key design element, it emphasises the width, as does the fascia-spanning trim, which terminates with a dynamic sweep in the door panel. Positioned in the driver's direct field of vision, the instrument cluster shows virtual instruments, which can be selected by the driver in three different styles, "Classic", "Sport" and "Progressive", depending on which information and views the driver considers relevant.
These headlamps, each with 84 individually activated high-performance LEDs, automatically illuminate the road surface, mask out other vehicles and at the same time illuminate the surroundings in light which is almost as bright as daylight – without dazzling other road users.
The wireless charging system functions with all mobile devices which support or can be upgraded to support the Qi standard. The charging surface is integrated into the quick stowage tray in the front on the centre console and accepts mobile phones with a screen diagonal of up to 15.2 cm (6 inches). A connection is quickly established between the multimedia system and mobile phone via Near Field Communication (NFC) by touching the "NFC" logo. Telephone calls are then conducted automatically via the Bluetooth® hands-free system.
Touch Control buttons in the steering wheel enable the driver to control the instrument cluster and multimedia system using finger swipes without having to take their hands off the steering wheel. Additional controls come in the form of a touchpad with controller in the centre console./**/ /**/
With the DRIVE PILOT you glide to your destination even more elegantly, with support when accelerating, braking and steering – even in bends. A milestone on the way to autonomous, accident-free driving./**/ /**/
The head-up display keeps you informed. It projects a high-resolution colour image that appears directly in the driver’s line of vision. It can show information relating to navigation, speed and cruise control settings. The display feels as if it is floating around two metres in front of the driver./**/ /**/