A renewed and distinctive design, which gives a nod to off-road, is the element that characterizes the new Mercedes-Benz Glc Coupé at a glance, the sports version of the best-selling model of the Stuttgart company.
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Mercedes-Benz Glc Coupé
The declared objective for the new Glc Coupé is to combine sporting performance with high efficiency, through electrified powertrains, both plug-in hybrids with high electric range and mild hybrids with 48-volt technology and integrated starter generator, for greater thrust and recovery and the possibility of being at ease on any terrain.
On and off the road, the new coupé can count on the sports suspension which is part of the standard equipment.
The optional 4.5 degree rear axle steering makes the car even better handling and is offered in the technology package together with the Airmatic air suspension.
Off the road, the coupé stands out for its standard 4Matic all-wheel drive and off-road driving, also full electric in the plug-in models.
Thanks to the off-road screen and the 'transparent hood' as an element of the 360-degree camera, the driving experience becomes even more comfortable.
The hardware and software of the current generation of the Mbux infotainment system (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) are even easier to use.
On the driver's screen and central displays, brilliant views make it easier to control vehicle functions and comfort.
Both LCD screens present information in a structured and clear way.
Full-screen navigation also makes orientation easier.
Standard equipment includes the Avantgarde exterior with 18-inch light-alloy wheels and the chrome package.
The hybrid models come standard with mixed-profile tires of different widths on the front and rear axles.
The seamless transition from the headlights to the radiator grille contributes to accentuating the width of the car.
The Mercedes-Benz motif, on the other hand, is standard on the radiator grille cover.
The overall dimensions of the new Glc Coupé underline its muscular appearance.
At 4,763 mm long, it is 31 mm longer and 5 mm higher than its predecessor.
The tracks are wider, by 6mm at the front (now 1,627mm) and 23mm at the rear (now 1,640mm).
The greater length of the vehicle is in contrast to the advantage of the wheelbase and the front and rear overhangs.
The width remained unchanged at 1,890 mm.
Boot space is a larger 545 liters (45 liters more than outgoing model) to 1,490 liters (an increase of 90 liters) in mild hybrid models and 390-1,335 liters in plug-in hybrids.