Stuttgart - Over the past year Mercedes-Benz has been hitting the refresh button on its various C-badged models and now it’s time for the GLC Coupé to get its midlife enhancement.
Like its conventional GLC sibling that was revealed in facelifted form recently, the X4-rivalling, sloping-roof variant gets a new front end design as well as fresh engines and infotainment gadgets.
Key among the latter is the installation of the company’s MBUX multimedia system, featuring an ‘artificial intelligence’ voice command system that responds to “Hey Mercedes”.
The basic dashboard design remains as before, but apart from the aforementioned infotainment upgrade, there’s also a new digital instrument cluster as per the other ‘C’ models, and buyers can opt for a new ‘Magma Grey’ interior colour scheme.
Functionality is enhanced too, through a multifunctional touchpad on the centre console and two new multi-function steering wheel designs.