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New Mercedes GLC Coupé (2019): photos, market launch, data

Mercedes GLC Coupé (2019)
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The most important innovation for GLC Coupé customers is evident in the interior at first glance. The sport version of the mid-range SUV also gets the latest generation of the MBUX multimedia system with voice control and new functions. For this purpose, the previous rotary push button on the center console is being replaced by the new touchpad. A total of five different ways of working with the MBUX system are available. In addition to the touchpad and voice control, the GLC Coupé (optional) also understands gesture control via the interior assistant.

With MBUX and touchpad: Large changes in the interior

GLC Coupé with S-Class luxury

The 'Energizing comfort function', which was first introduced in the S-Class at the end of 2017, is now also finding its way into the GLC Coupé. With various settings for the ambient light, the massage seats and the air conditioning, the surcharge option is intended to ensure a more relaxed feeling for the crew.

The GLC Coupé has been upgraded to the front of the assistant. In addition, the exit warning and rescue lane assistant as well as the traffic jam end function are now being introduced. An additional feature is intended to relieve trailer drivers, the trailer maneuvering assistant. It relies on its own sensors in the ball head to determine the angle between the GLC Coupé and the trailer. In addition, the 360-degree camera now delivers images with higher resolution.

Mercedes GLC Coupé with extended assistance systems

The functionality of the Distronic distance assistant and the steering assistant have been expanded, so the speed is increased in curves or at intersectionsautomatically adjusted. Active Steering Assist helps to create an emergency lane and to change lanes.
Five new engines are ready for the market launch of the revised GLC Coupé, with more to follow. Initially there is a choice of five four-cylinder, three diesel and two petrol. The diesels already meet the Euro 6d standard that will come into force in 2020, while the petrol engines are mildly hybridized with a starter generator and 48-volt electrical system. All versions are equipped with all-wheel drive.

The GLC Coupé is equipped with adaptive shock absorber control as standard, which can be upgraded to continuously adjustable damping with the Dynamic Body Control package. An air suspension is available as a further suspension option.

Visually, the new GLC Coupé will primarily be recognizable by the lights. All variants have a newly designed, standard LED light on the front, which Mercedes calls “LED high-performance headlights with a torch look and specific light logo”. Full LED technology also on the redesigned taillights, and the rear end with diffuser and the exhaust trims have been changed. Orders for the GLC and GLC Coupé will start in April, delivery is planned from July.


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