The Mercedes-Benz GLC class is the high-horse, crossover cousin of the popular C-Class sedan. Therefore, it only makes sense that after the Midcycle Refresh of the C-Class for 2019, the GLC will receive a similar suite of updates as we enter the 2020 model year.
Debut at Geneva Motor Next week, the 2020 GLC class will continue to be available in the GLC300 version in the US, with either rear or four-wheel drive. (AMG variants will undoubtedly be on the agenda and we expect to see them soon.) You'll be able to see the 2020 GLC300 with its redesigned headlights and taillights, as well as new exterior colors and rim options. [1[ads1]9659003] Like the C300, the GLC300 is powered by an updated 2.0-liter turbocharged I4 engine that generates 255 hp (up to 14 compared to last year) and 273 feet (243 pounds) of torque. The smoothly functioning Neungang automatic transmission from Mercedes takes over switching operations.
Where the GLC differs from the C-Class is in the infotainment tech department. The 2020 GLC300 receives the new MBUX software from Mercedes, which is housed on a 10.2-inch touchscreen on the middle stack. A 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster is located on the left and is controlled by thumbpads on the steering wheel. This is the same version of MBUX that we've seen in other new Mercedes products with great, high-resolution displays and voice control.
More technology comes with new driver assistance features, including Mercedes Assist lane change and route-based speed adaptation, which is built into Distronic adaptive cruise control and can automatically slow the vehicle down when cornering, intersections, etc.
After its premiere in Geneva, the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC300 is deployed in late 2019, it hit the US dealer. Prices are not yet available, but the GLC300 for 2019 starts at $ 40,700. So expect the 2020 model to be slightly higher.