2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC300 gets a much-needed tech overhaul
Mercedes Benz's compact GLC gets a mid cycle refresh with the debut of this 2020 model.
It's the GLC 300 from Mercedes Benz here at the Geneva Auto Show.
Now the mid cycle refresh means you get an updated exterior with new head lamps and tail lamps to let you know you're working with a newer model here.
And under the hood, there's a 14 horsepower bump to the two liter turbo-charged in-line four cylinder engine.
Now we're working with 255 horsepower and about 273 pound via torque, and it's gonna put that torque through the same nine speed, nine G-tronic automatic transmission as last year, and it's gonna be available in either rear wheel drive or all wheel drive for automatic configuration.
Of course, the change we're most excited about is on the interior where we've got a whole new tech suite.
Out goes Mercedes' old crusty command system and in comes new MBUX hotness.
Now we've seen this MBUX system on a couple of new Mercedes models and we've like it pretty much every time we've touched it.
We've got a 10.2 inch screen in the middle, a large 12.3 inch digital instrument cluster in behind that.
We've got more processing horsepower High resolution graphics and Hey Mercedes voice command.
Now this bad boy's gonna hit the road later this year.
We don't have pricing just yet but expect a little bit of a hike over the previous generation's $41,000 starting point.
In the meantime.
Meantime, keep it locked here to theroadshow.com for more coverage of the 2019 Geneva Auto Show and even more debuts like this one.
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