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Reviews 2021 Mercedes E-Class steering wheel will know a lot about your hands

04:53  23 june  2020
04:53  23 june  2020 Source:   cnet.com

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Mercedes -Benz claims the switches on the wheel can handle temperatures above the boiling point of water, so they should work perfectly fine Instead, Mercedes -Benz is preparing to debut the refreshed 2021 E - Class Coupe and Cabriolet, which will likely carry many of the same tweaks as the sedan, like

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We're a couple months past the debut of the 2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Sedan, and we have just a few more days before the debut of the refreshed E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet . To help bridge that gap, the automaker is dishing a few more details on one seriously upgraded component in the E-Class lineup.

a close up of a car: That's one dramatically styled steering wheel. Mercedes-Benz © Provided by Roadshow That's one dramatically styled steering wheel. Mercedes-Benz

Keen eyes might have noticed a fancy new steering wheel in some of the pictures that arrived for the reveal of the 2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Sedan. But there's not just one; there are actually two new designs, one with single-piece side spokes and one with layered double spokes on either side, the latter of which should be exclusive to AMG Line and AMG vehicles.

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The new generation of steering wheels with capacitive hands -off detection is now also being launched in the E - Class . A two-zone sensor mat is located in the Mercedes -Benz has developed fixed sizes for steering wheels . The steering wheel average is 370 millimeters (“Supersport”) to 380 millimeters

In the summer of 2020, the E - Class will launch a new, comprehensively digitalized generation of steering wheels from Mercedes -Benz: the capacitive Its rim contains a two-zone sensor mat that detects whether the driver's hands are gripping the steering wheel . The touch control buttons placed

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Both new wheel designs contain buttons, which is nothing new, but they're not actually buttons. Rather, each spoke carries an array of capacitive sensors that tracks where your finger lands. So not only can you tap each symbol on the wheel and get a response, you'll be able to use motions like swiping for additional features, like changing tracks or menus. Current E-Class wheels, by comparison, have two small touch-capable pads on the spokes.

Mercedes-Benz claims the switches on the wheel can handle temperatures above the boiling point of water, so they should work perfectly fine after the car's been sitting in the sun for some time. You know, just in case you were worried about that. You were worried about the thermal hardiness of your steering wheel switches, right?

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Mercedes -Benz. The steering wheel 's rim has a two-zone sensor that can tell if the driver's hands are on the steering wheel , meaning movement isn't required to tell The 2021 Mercedes -Benz E - class and AMG E53 are set to go on sale at the end of this year, and pricing has yet to be announced.

Here are six ways the new 2021 Mercedes -Benz E - Class coupe and cabriolet will help you drive when they arrive on lots : 1. The Steering Wheel Knows if If you take your hands off the wheel while the automatic cruise control is activated, it first yells at you to put them on the wheel and then will actually

The steering wheel's trickery doesn't end there. Back in the old days (which are still ongoing, considering the new E-Class isn't on sale yet), when the car's driver-assistance systems yelled at you to have your hands on the wheel, you had to give it a bit of a wiggle to let the torque sensors know your hands are where they're supposed to be. That won't be an issue any longer, as each side of the wheel also carries capacitive sensors, so a firm grip is all that's necessary to keep the electro-nannies from blaring in your face. If you're a rebel and ignore the system's gripes, it'll activate a system that just pulls the car over. Good luck trying to fool it with a stupid lump of plastic.

The automaker didn't pick this week to unveil these details just because it looked good on a calendar. Instead, Mercedes-Benz is preparing to debut the refreshed 2021 E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet, which will likely carry many of the same tweaks as the sedan, like updated fasciae and the introduction of MBUX, the automaker's latest and greatest infotainment system. Both these variants will be introduced to the world on May 27 at 5 a.m. PT in a digital world premiere on M-B's website.

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2021 the E - class wagon has a new steering - wheel design with touch-sensitive controls that let you use voice commands or a large center-console you're using lane-keeping assist and adaptive cruise control, because the vehicle " knows " your hands are on the wheel , even if you don't wiggle it as in

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