Mercedes-Benz has introduced the new generation crossover GLC, which will be available in petrol and diesel units and in several hybrid versions, including the plug-in model.
The new model is 6 cm long and now stands at 4.72 m. The wheelbase has been increased by 1.5 cm (up to 2.89 m) and the luggage compartment has been increased by 10% to 600 (1640) liters. The height of the car was reduced to 4 mm, but the coefficient of air resistance – from 0.31 to 0.29 cw.
Two high-resolution LCD screens with 12.3 and 11.9-inch gauges and multimedia, enhanced sound insulation, heated front seats, smartphone integration, wireless charging, but a 9×3 cm projection display and Burmester 15-speaker dual-speaker or pneumatic feature. .
The new MBUX multimedia device includes navigation with augmented reality function, enhanced voice control and newsflash function that can read news from a favorite news source for up to 2 minutes.
The GLC buyer has an offroad engineering package available which not only provides extra protection on the lower part of the body but also increases the ground clearance by 20mm. Such GLCs can also be equipped with a ‘transparent bonnet’, a system that makes driving a little easier on difficult off-road sections.
The innovations include a suspension with parking rear wheels (up to 4.5 degrees) and an improved trailer assistant that can overcome 90-degree curves. The GLC buyer should be aware that ICE versions can carry up to 2400 kg and hybrids up to 2000 kg.
All petrol and diesel engines with 197-258 hp will have a mild hybrid system and a 48V starter generator, which will temporarily support 23 hp, while plug-in hybrids will use 0.3-0.8 liters on average 313-381 hp. For every 100 km. It can run 104-120 km in electric mode.
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