A prototype of the updated Mercedes GLC crossover was spotted on testsApril 26, 2021
Reporters spotted a camouflaged prototype of the updated Mercedes-Benz GLC crossover. The pictures also show the interior of the novelty, which has received a rather serious camouflage both inside and outside.
The next generation Mercedes GLC-Class will be based on the compact 2022 C-Class. In addition, the new C-Class received an interior that is similar to the interior of the more expensive S-Class, with larger displays, and it looks like the GLC will get the same. Thanks to the new video, we can get an idea of the interior of the updated crossover, which will receive a digital dashboard, as well as a large-screen multimedia system.
It is noteworthy that the driver of the spotted prototype immediately closes the salon when he sees journalists.
It is known that the updated version of the crossover will be built on the basis of a new platform, which, among other things, will make it possible to offer a novelty with a number of gasoline and diesel power units, as well as their electrified versions.
The prototype seen in the video received a rather heavy camouflage, consisting of camouflage films and special false panels. The next generation GLC will receive a slightly reduced ground clearance, which is probably due to the new architecture. It is unlikely that Mercedes will unveil the new GLC before the end of 2021 or early 2022.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the most powerful Mercedes-AMG GT73e was photographed during tests in a new livery. The most powerful production car Mercedes has once again hit the lens of spy cameras, but in a completely different form. The hybrid four-door prototype went to road tests in a stylish new “wrapper”.
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