Like the GLC, the GLC Coupé owns the longest wheelbase in its segment which is up to 2.873 mm, ensuring comfortable space between its 2 rows. However, the GLC Coupé is 76 mm longer and 42 mm lower than the GLC, showing sportiness ratio and effective aerodynamics; especially with elongated window borders and dropping C pillar, which are typical of a Coupé. Addition to these dimension ratios, the vehicle is even more robust thanks to the new 19-inch 10 spoke wheels with large light reflection area, making eye-catching effect when moving. The GLC Coupé is designed as an arrow moving forward, with a decline from its tail lights to the front.
In the front, the clearest difference between the GLC Coupé and the GLC is a single louvre radiator trim and modern diamond patterns. In the rear, the sharp horizontal LED tail light is a perfect connection between the vehicle body and boot space. The GLC Coupé assures comfort for occupants thanks to its intelligent headliner, which is concavely designed in order to increase the upper space. Folding rear seats can even increase luggage compartment to which is capable of carrying a mountain bike or sets of golf clubs.
Medium size, sporty dimension and a modern Coupé hood make the GLC Coupé a “super model’ of SUVs.