While BMW may have the largest individual, uninterrupted screen in any car, nothing looks as spectacular as Merc’s 56-inch Hyperscreen that is standard in the EQS 580 sedan. The layout consists of a 12.3-inch digital driver’s display, a 17.7-inch central touchscreen, and a 12.3-inch passenger-side display.
While some see the Hyperscreen as overkill, it pushes the limits of in-car digitalization like none of the other cars on this list. The central and passenger-side displays employ OLED technology that improves clarity in a range of light conditions. When we drove the EQS, however, we walked away feeling like the Hyperscreen doesn’t tangibly add more value than Merc’s usual central touchscreen. It also lacks streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Fire TV integration. Still, it is the most visually impactful layout of all on the market at the moment.