2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe Redesign: New Engine & Infotaiment
The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe Redesign has seen gasoline mild hybrid and a new two-liter turbodiesel that even meets the 2020 emission standards.
Mercedes-Benz presented at the end of February modernized version of its popular GLC SUV, which, in the face of the facelift, not only has a new engine offering but also a modern multimedia system. Now the derived model of the GLC Coupé has been upgraded to take over the modifications of the initial version.
Even in this case, we will find a completely revised engine offer. These gasoline engines are GLC 200 4Matic and GLC 300 4Matic. Both are mild hybrids using a 48V power supply, which not only saves fuel but also helps performance. Weaker is 145 kW, stronger 190 kW, with the help of the electric unit can provide an extra 10 kW of power.
2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe Specs
Also new are the turbo-diesels, the current 2.2-liter alternates two-liter. There are three versions available, GLC 200 d 4Matic, GLC 220 d 4Matic and GLC 300 d 4Matic with 120, 143 and 180 kW respectively. They all rely on a state-of-the-art exhaust gas treatment system consisting of a catalytic converter, an SCR particulate filter (so-called sDPF) and AdBlue injection to ensure that the diesel GLC coupe already meets Euro 6d emission standards up to 2020.
An important new feature is the installation of the new MBUX multimedia system, which is gradually expanding into the entire Mercedes range. It uses new drivers and larger displays, the 12.3-inch in-dash, while the central in-dash 10.25-inch. The system can be controlled in five ways, with the touch screen, the buttons on the multifunction steering wheel, the controller in the center tunnel, optional gesture control or voice control.
This is related to the improvement of assistance systems. The three-pointed star highlights the fact that the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe can automatically go to the edge of the road in the column to create a rescued alley. The car will also assist with reversing with a towed trailer, which uses sensors in the towbar and a special magnetic ring measuring the angle between the vehicle and the towed trailer.
Of course, the facelift also includes innovations in appearance, but they are very subtle. Another is the grille mask and the graphics of the lights, both the main and the final.