India has launched the latest generation of the GLC. The new Mercedes-Benz GLC
200 is priced at Rs 52.75 lakh, and the GLC 220 d 4MATIC is priced at Rs 57.75
lakh (all prices are ex-showroom, India).
The SUV was launched in the presence of Martin Schwenk, Managing
Director & CEO, Mercedes-Benz India in New Delhi.
informed that the new GLC is the most tech savvy ‘Made in India’ SUV and owing
to its popularity, the company decided to introduce Mercedes-Benz’s all new
intuitive infotainment system - MBUX for the first time. The new GLC combines
ruggedness of a SUV with the intelligence of MBUX and luxury appointments
synonymous with the Three Pointed Star, he noted.
new GLC is one of Mercedes-Benz India’s highest selling SUVs, having sold over
7000 units since its debut. 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 also in line with the latest technological
What3Words:Mercedes-Benz has built
what3words location technology into its MBUX navigation system. By integrating
what3words into their vehicles, Mercedes-Benz customers can benefit from a
precise and incredibly simple way to talk about any location. what3words is the
only addressing system that allows for accurate and error-free location input
GLC will be equipped with the next generation of four-cylinder petrol and
diesel engines. The crucial feature of the M 264 two-litre four-cylinder engine
from Mercedes-Benz is the increased output at significantly lower fuel
consumption. In the GLC 200, the M 264 four-cylinder engine replaces the M 274
predecessor engine; the OM 654 four-cylinder diesel engine replaces the OM 651
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