If you thought Mercedes GLC Coupe looked good, you are about to be impressed even more as the vehicle is set to receive a major facelift this year. Part of the items in its new look include mild-hybrid engines and improved safety measures with a new driver assistant control.
What's in the facelift? - Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe 2019
Scheduled to be unveiled later in the year, Mercedes Benz GLC Coupe 2019 has gotten some design tweaks not far from those of the recently revamped regular GLC. Its A-Pillars are more conspicuous, and the rear diffuser and radiator grille are enhanced. Not forgetting its rounded rear window and unique swooping roofline.
The revamped ride places priority on fuel economy. Its EQ Boost 48-volt starter-generator consumes fuel slowly, ensuring that users are able to cover long miles before the need for a refill arises.
It also pays attention to protecting ones health with its reduced CO2 emissions to reduce air pollution. The diesel trio which completes the previous lineup: 242bhp 300d, 161bhp 200d, and 191bhp 220d are envisioned to generate the most sales in the UK.
The facelift gets an upgraded front grill
The body control suspension is dynamic as it boasts of adaptive dampers. The automaker is yet to make any claims in terms of the vehicle’s performance. But if the available features hold water, one should expect nothing short of a great driving experience.
The interior of the GLC Coupe is serene. Occupants get to enjoy relaxing entertainment with its high-definition tech infotainment system. The rotary dial present in the previous version is replaced with a sleek touchpad. Drivers can engage hands-free use with its gesture control and voice recognition.
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Performance enhancement is yet to be revealed but the design modifications are great
Specifications of the GLC Coupe
- 2.0-litre inline four-cylinder petrol
- Euro 6d-compliant diesel engines
- 207bhp GLC200 4Matic
- Mercedes' EQ Boost 48-volt starter-generator
- Latest MBUX infotainment system
- 12.3in digital instrument display
- Classic 7.0in or 10.3in infotainment screen
- 360-degree parking camera
- Door exit warnings
- Traffic jam detection
Gosh! Take my money and bring me this cabin!
Naijauto confirms that price for the GLC Coupe hasn’t been announced yet. But going by estimates, it should be a little more expensive than the outgoing GLC Coupe with an estimated cost of N18 million.
The model is suggested at N18 million for the base version