2016 Mercedes GLC Model Interior - Mercedes Benz Cars Review


2016 Mercedes GLC Model Interior, 2016 GLC is based on the latest generation C-Class vehicles. Beyond the platform, GLC SUV of the sedan model C-Class took and interior, as well as the drive unit. The new generation of models in the right-hand-drive configuration, for the first time on the market.

Mercedes GLC Model

Thus, the sale will be expanded into new markets, primarily in the UK market, as well as the markets of India and Australia.
Thanks to the longer wheelbase, GLC 2016 has considerably more space inside the vehicle. This provide passengers much more comfort. By dimensions, the new SUV is bigger than the previous model GLK. The exterior appearance of the vehicle gives much sportier style. The design of the whole body is more rounded.

The front and rear of the vehicle suffered aesthetic adjustments, and roof line goes towards the back. All improvements and benefits of the new C-Class, are transferred to the interior of the 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLC. The interior is now far more stylish than ever.

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2018 Mercedes GLC at Frankurt Auto Show New Design - Mercedes Cars Review


2018 Mercedes GLC at Frankurt Auto Show New Design, According to the German car manufacturer, the 2018 Mercedes GLC F-Cell EQ won’t rely on hydrogen power only due to the lack of hydrogen stations. Instead, the plug-in hybrid will also feature an independent battery, so the potential drivers will be able to charge its car at numerous public charging stations.

Mercedes GLC Engine Performance

Mercedes’ hasn’t released any closer information regarding the powertrain. However, our source claims that the GLC F-Cell EQ should be able to cross at least 300 miles with fully-loaded hydrogen tank. The backup variant (electric motor) will rely on a 9.0-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery, which will deliver around 30 miles of pure electric range.

2018 Mercedes GLC Model Features

The 2018 Mercedes GLC F-Cell EQ will make debut this September, however, we are not so sure when it will hit the dealerships and where it will be available. It’s pretty simple: If Mercedes sees its future in fuel-cell models it will have to build more hydrogen stations across Germany, Europe, and rest of the world. Bearing in mind how big and powerful is the car manufacturer they won’t build the fuel-cell car just for fun and without a good plan.

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