Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe


The original Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe of the first generation appeared before the General public back in 2016 and lasted until March 20, 2019, when the German manufacturer prepared the first planned restyling after the usual GLC. Its world debut will take place on the catwalks of the new York international auto show in April this year. The novelty received a new line of power units, a redesigned interior, an increased list of additional equipment and a retouched design. Although the model has not received any major changes, it is not difficult to distinguish it from its predecessor. It has a modified, narrower, radiator grille. It retained its concave shape, however, received modified overlays adjacent to the manufacturer’s logo. The front bumper itself has also changed. On it, you can see the enlarged side air intakes and a more massive Central protective cover. It is also worth noting that cars sold on the domestic market will change their place of Assembly.

The Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe is a premium five-seat mid-size crossover with a sloping roof slope. It measures 4,730 mm long, 1,600 mm high, 1,890 mm wide, and 2,870 mm between the axes. The amount of ground clearance directly depends on the type of suspension installed. By default, the car is equipped with coil springs and two-way telescopic shock absorbers. In this version, about 181 millimeters remain between the bottom and the roadbed. For an additional fee, you can order a pneumatic system that can change this indicator in a certain range. The trunk is expected to be spacious. In the standard position, with the backrests of the rear sofa raised, the car can take up to 491 liters of cargo.

For the updated Mercedes-Benz CLC Coupe, the manufacturer has prepared an upgraded line of powertrains. Petrol versions of the 200 and 300 will receive an inline two-liter four with turbocharging. In addition to the advanced turbocharger and direct fuel delivery, the engine received An advanced camtronic timing system. It produces 197-258 horsepower and 320-370 Nm of torque.

Diesel GLC Coupe 200d, 220d and 300d will also be equipped with an inline four-cylinder turbocharged engine. You can choose from three options for 163, 194 and 245 horses, developing 360, 400 and 500 Nm of torque, respectively. The new 9g-Tronic hydro-mechanical automatic is connected to the engines, and power is transmitted to all four wheels via the proprietary 4Matic system.

Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe is expected to have a rich technical filling. The crossover received seven airbags, a multi-function steering wheel, a Parking assistant with a circular view function, seats with electric adjustments, heating and ventilation, leather interior trim, adaptive headlights, as well as radar cruise control and a lane-keeping system.