On March 3, the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe will take place in India, just a year after its world premiere. The facelifted GLC coupe, first introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2019, includes several cosmetic updates with the stylistic indications of the new GLC SUV. Also included are updated motors under the hood, probably a pair of petrol and diesel engines that will meet the upcoming Bharat Stage VI (BS6) emission regulations. This is the first time that India will receive the GLC Coupe version, unlike last time we only received the AMG version.
Global facing lifting with 2 gasoline engines and 3 diesel engines is available for the Mercedes-Benz GLC. The 200 4MATIC produces 197 bhp and 320 Nm, while the 300 4MATIC produces 258 bhp and 370 Nm. The diesel options come with 163 bhp to 245 Bhp power outputs. We expect that India will also receive the AMG version. Mercedes-Benz also offers a 48-volt electric onboard system (EQBoost) with a mild-hybrid solution.
The Coupe-SUV arrives externally with the iconic diamond pattern, flanked LED headlamps, and an updated front bumper. Till the A-pillar is very similar, the new GLC and the GLC Cup, but furthermore thanks to the inclined roofline it has that distinctive appearance of a Coupe-SUV. New diffuser, corner exhaustion tips, and new LED tail lamps are provided to the rear section.
In the interior, the Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe is equipped with a multipurpose steering wheel that features an active remote control, console and sound, and infotainment. A 12,3-inch instrument console and a 10,25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with the MBUX infotainment system is also available to the carmaker. The vehicle is also fitted with new driving support systems including exit-warning, emergency hallway, tail end-of-traffic bottleneck. The trailer Manoeuvring Assist, together with a 360-degree camera, also features the list.