And, while the GLC Coupe will wear a tapered roofline and sports-styled rear, we can expect its face to offer a clear preview of the more practical GLC SUV that will debut at September’s Frankfurt Motor Show.
The new GLC, which will replace the overseas GLK in Mercedes’ global line-up, is expected to hit Australia later this year, while the GLC Coupe should land sometime in early 2016.
Watch for the GLC Coupe to debut at the Shanghai Auto Show on April 20, and catch TMR’s earlier GLC coverage at the below links.
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