Mercedes-Benz Concept GLC Coupe revealed!


After revealing its BMW X6 rivaling GLE-Coupe, Mercedes-Benz has now officially revealed the Concept GLC coupe. Previewed by a recent sketch, the images make it evident that the GLC-Coupe will follow Mercedes-Benz’s new design language and will look like a smaller version of the GLE-Coupe, much like how the new C-Class mirrors the new S-Class.

The concept measures 4,727 mm in length, 1,593 mm in height, 2,151 mm in width and has a 2,827 mm wheelbase. While the vehicle is still a concept, Mercedes claims it is a “near-production-standard show car”. Design features include a two slat front grille with the three-pointed star in the middle, 21-inch wheels wrapped around by 285/45 R 21 wide-base tyres, “power-domes” on the bonnet and character lines along the body-work. The concept also features LED headlamps, day time running LEDs, frame-less windows and four polished stainless-steel tailpipes.

A brief overview of the technical details shows that the GLC-Coupe will be powered by a 3.0L, bi-turbo, V6 engine that makes 367 Horsepower @ 5,500 rpm and 520 Nm of torque @ 1,400-4,000 rpm. The power is sent to all four wheels through the 4MATIC permanent all-wheel drive system via a 9G-TRONIC, 9-speed automatic transmission.

The concept previews a coupe version of the upcoming 2nd generation GLK (renamed GLC-Class) and will rival the BMW X4.

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