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Mercedes-Benz GLC-class – a series of luxury compact crossovers from the German company Mercedes-Benz, which replaced the GLK-class in 2015.
The predecessor of the GLC class, GLK crossover was introduced to the public in 2008. The platform for the car became the S204 (C-class) station wagon that was equipped with a petrol turbocharged R4 engine with a volume of 2 liters (184 and 211 horsepower), V6 3.0 and 3.5 (from 231 to 306 hp), as well as diesels 2.1 and 3.0 (from 143 to 265 hp). Drive – rear or full, gearbox – 6-st. MKPP or 7-st. Automatic transmission.
In 2012, the GLK class experienced restyling. The car was changed externally, changing the bumper and optics, and internally: in the cabin, the square deflectors of ventilation gave way to a round one. New versions of engines have appeared.
In 2015, it was announced that the production of GLK class models had been discontinued. Instead, he introduced a new GLC-class, debuting in Stuttgart, Germany. The relative of the C-class model of the latest generation is built on the modular platform MRA. It allowed the car to become lighter by 80 kg with the growth of the wheelbase and external dimensions. Of this savings, 50 kg fell on the body, which combines high- and super-high-strength steels with aluminum, and the rest is the merit of the suspension with aluminum components and the transmission with a more compact transfer case. The volume of the trunk increased by 110 liters, amounting to 580 liters.
For the United States, it is planned to produce more powerful engines like GLC 300 4MATIC, GLC 300d and the first in the segment of the hybrid engine 350 e 4MATIC.
The coupe version was introduced as a concept at the 2015 exhibition in Shanghai and will go on sale in 2016. According to the company’s plans, it will compete in the market of crossovers for such cars as BMW X4 and Porsche Macan.
In the future, it is planned to expand the gamut of GLC-class versions.