Mercedes-Benz intends to apply a nip and tuck operation on the GLC SUV and its sportier brother, the Mercedes GLC Coupe, can not escape the update of course. FIRST SPY PICS.
It is now three years since Mercedes-Benz brought the GLC on the market, the successor to the GLK, which in particular has cars such as the BMW X3 in sight. Earlier pictures of a facelifted GLC already surfaced and now the Mercedes GLC Coupe shows its face for the first time too.
It should come as no surprise that the Mercedes GLC Coupe is undergoing virtually the same changes as its larger brother. The car gets new headlights, which in addition to the double-decked LED layout (similar to the updated C-Class) also feature a new shape. The GLC will also receive a new grille, a new front bumper while the rear lights have a new LED signature.
Just like the soon-to be facelifted GLC, the Mercedes GLC Coupe also has a new infotainment screen, which is wider than before (at 10.25 inch) and a new steering wheel. The MBUX system is most likely reserved for the next-generation GLC, just like Mercedes-Benz decided to keep it out of the C-Class range after this Spring’s facelift.
Undoubtedly, the car is also slightly improved in therms of engine and efficiency. Mercedes-Benz will replace the old 2.2-litre four-cylinder diesel with the new 2.0-litre engine (code OM654), available in 150 and 190 hp guises.
We will have to wait until next year for the new GLC and GLC Coupe to reach the dealers.