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WATCH: This is the facelifted Mercedes-Benz GLC

2019-06-18 09:41
Mercedes-Benz GLC

Image: Newspress

With its distinctive appearance, innovative driving assistance systems and a new range of engines, the GLC offers the best from Mercedes-Benz.

For the market launch in mid-2019, the GLC will be equipped with new petrol and diesel engines of the latest engine family from Mercedes-Benz with more output and greater efficiency – more engines will follow later in the year.

The most important advancements of the GLC:

MBUX - Innovative telematics

The combination of the touchscreen multimedia displays, navigation with augmented reality, intelligent voice control via the talk button or the “Hey Mercedes” prompt, connectivity and the user interface now brings the GLC in line with the latest technological standards.

Drive system

The GLC will be equipped with the next generation of four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines with increased output at significantly lower fuel consumption – particularly on the petrol engines thanks to the new 48-volt on-board electrical system with belt-driven starter-generator.

• Advanced assistance systems

Active Distance Assist Distronic and Active Steer Assist provide even more support to help the driver to steer and to keep a safe distance. Speed is adjusted automatically ahead of bends or junctions. Active Steer Assist helps with forming an emergency corridor and with changing lanes. The risk of potential collisions can be reduced by the turn-off function of Active Brake Assist by braking if the driver fails to see oncoming traffic.

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