The 2023 Mercedes-Benz GLC is set to make its worldwide debut on June 1, and the German manufacturer has released an official teaser image of its upcoming SUV featuring a darker rear end, for which we paultan.org The photographer has done a bit of the work yield magic you see here.
The upcoming GLC, previously unveiled by Mercedes-Benz, reveals that the new model will be largely the same in size as the current X253-generation model, with detailed differences to distinguish the new car from its predecessor.
Here, the rear-end image of the upcoming GLC reveals a tail lamp assembly similar to the W206 C-Class, where the SUV has its own graphics. Compared to the C-Class, the rear foglamps in the GLC are located at the bottom in a black shroud and have a different trim section above the rear license plate.
Mercedes-Benz says it will be electrified in one form or another across all versions, and will feature 4 matic all-wheel-drive as standard across the board. Plug-in hybrid variants will include versions with a full-electric driving range of more than 100 kilometers, which Mercedes-Benz says will allow virtually no emissions on a daily basis.
Underneath its new skin, previously released details indicate that the GLC will have the M254 2.0-liter turbocharged petrol engine rated to produce up to 258 PS and 400 Nm of torque, as well as the OM654M 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbodiesel rated up to 265 PS and 550 Nm torque, depending on the application of one or two-phase turbocharging.
In 48-volt light-hybrid camouflage, these will be combined with a 23 PS / 250 Nm integrated starter-generator motor in the transmission. Meanwhile, the plug-in hybrid based on the aforementioned engines – will have two petrol and one diesel, while the GLC will have an electric motor integrated with the traction head of a 9G-Tronic nine-speed automatic transmission, and a higher output of 136 PS and Rated with 440 Nm of torque.
In terms of chassis, an optional driving package will offer new GLC air suspension and adjustable damping as well as rear-wheel steering for the first time that angles the rear wheels up to 4.5 degrees for increased agility.
Inside, the X254 GLC is ready to receive the second-generation Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) infotainment system that will bring more advanced voice assistant functions, a special off-road menu, as well as augmented reality.
The next GLC will include the latest iteration of the Mercedes-Benz driver assistance package between safety and driver assistance, including Active Distance Assist Distronic, which can automatically maintain a predetermined distance from all types of road vehicles, including highways. , Country or city roads.
It will be able to respond to vehicles parked on the road in front of it at speeds of up to 100 km / h, up from 60 km / h that the previous system could accommodate. It will also have an active steering assist that will help the driver keep the car in its lane up to 210 km / h, as well as create emergency corridors, especially at low speeds.
Gallery: 2023 X254 Mercedes-Benz GLC Winter Development