Plans For Seven seat version:
The car paparazzi hiding in the bushes somewhere in Germany. So when they took these pictures of a heavily camouflaged prototype undergoing testing. Unlikely the disguise playing tricks on you, the new GLC appears larger than the recent model.
However, with the smaller GLB offers an option of a seven-seat layout. You can’t help the wonder whether Mercedes will do the same for the next-gen GLC. Look for the BMW X3 and Audi Q5 competitor offers a roomier interior for this thanks to the possibly larger footprint. So Class may also pay dividends in that area.
Spy Images Of 2022 Mercedes GLC:
The posh crossover appears to adopt just the same shape as the GLC you can buy today. The GLC has some design changes. A closer look of the car reveals the side mirror is no longer sitting at the base of the A-pillars as they’ve been relocated lower on the door panel. Therefore, the door handles appear to position much lower on the doors. Also, it seems to a prominent character line.
However, you will notice the taillights and headlights are placeholders. It means the actual production of the car will have much nicer at the front and rear. You can tell Mercedes prototype has faux exhaust finishers hidden under the black tape. Because the actual exhaust tips sit is much lower and points towards the road. The GLC appears to sit unusually high since you can see a lot of the innards. But that may change in the final version.
The overhauled Mercedes GLC may out sometime 2020, with the coupe version to follow shortly. So if not all the combustion engines employ mild-hybrid tech. Along with the plug-in hybrid powertrains. Later after this decade, a second-gen EQC will serve as the fully electric GLC.