Mercedes GLC 2016 will be a coupe

They stopped the taut, muscular lines in favor of a softer design you might also recall in the forms discussed at the CLS Shooting Brake. In other words, an SUV segment with the high lines of a coupe. According to some reports that have appeared in the past few hours in the German press, it is one of the programs developed by Mercedes in the short term within the next three years. The name of the car whose debut would be set for 2016 will be GLC and should play a role as a competitor in the struggle made in Germany between Q8 Audi, BMW X7 and Range Rover. The indiscretion of Web edition collection of Auto Bild in practice would indicate a return to a new design for a high end crossover set as parallel range to the family Mercedes Gl a car that on the one hand could be another outlet from the latter range and secondly because of the forms it should be to enrich the offer of the recent Shooting Brake especially in anticipation of a good appreciation on the part of some countries.

Mercedes GL 2012 dust

Mercedes GL 2012 dust

Mercedes GL 2012 front

Mercedes GL 2012 front

Not surprisingly, the German magazine indicates that the future GLC will be produced at Mercedes in Tuscaloosa Alabama. This rumor, in fact, may give more value to the news because by 2015 the Mercedes plant in Tuscaloosa is expected to debut the MLC compact crossover based on the M-Class as a competitor for BMW X6.

Mercedes GL 2012 side

Mercedes GL 2012 side

Mercedes GL 2012 rear

Mercedes GL 2012 rear

Mouths shut, at least for the moment with regard to choice of engines for the GLC 2016. It indicates in general an offer of gasoline and diesel engines, the latter to be combined with a 9 speed automatic transmission.

Mercedes GL 2012 interior

Mercedes GL 2012 interior

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