At first, according to the press service of the company from Stuttgart, the new GLC will be available in the Old World in three versions: petrol GLC 200 4Matic and GLC 300 4Matic and diesel GLC 220 d 4Matic.
All three modifications are hybrid, operating according to the so-called “mild hybrid” scheme.
The vehicles are equipped with a second-generation integrated starter generator (ISG) that provides energy recovery during braking and develops an additional 17 kW (23 hp) of power and 200 Nm of torque during acceleration.
Gasoline crossovers of the new generation are equipped with a 2.0-liter turbo engine that develops 204 hp. and 320 Nm in the GLC 200 version and 258 hp. and 400 Nm in the GLC 300 modification. The diesel car received a turbodiesel of the same volume, delivering 197 hp. and 440 Nm.
At home in Germany, the new Mercedes-Benz GLC costs from 57,631 euros for the GLC 200 4Matic version (about 3,386,600 rubles at the exchange rate of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation on 07/13/2022); GLC 300 4Matic is priced at 68,240 euros, GLC 220 d 4Matic costs 60,237 euros.
In December of this year, the range of modifications of the new GLC will expand – crossovers with a plug-in hybrid power plant (plug-in hybrid) with a power of up to 280 kW (381 hp) and a maximum torque of up to 750 Nm will go on sale. With a 100-kilowatt DC synchronous electric motor, these vehicles will be able to travel purely on electric power for more than 100 km in the WLTP driving cycle.