GLC Coupe

The 2018

GLC Coupe

Gripping in every curve.

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GLC 300 4MATIC Coupe

Engine 2.0L inline-4 turbo
Horsepower/Torque 241 hp @ 5,500 rpm
273 lb-ft @ 1,300-4,000 rpm
Transmission 9G-TRONIC 9-speed automatic
Fuel Economy 11.0 L/100km (City)
8.7 L/100km (Highway)

Mercedes-AMG GLC 43 4MATIC Coupe

Engine AMG-enhanced 3.0L V6 biturbo
Horsepower/Torque 362 hp @ 5,500 rpm
384 lb-ft @ 2,500-4,500 rpm
Transmission AMG-enhanced 9G-TRONIC 9-speed
Fuel Economy 13.0 L/100km (City)
9.9 L/100km (Highway)


Traction meets attraction in a fusion of SUV capability, coupe agility, and Mercedes-Benz style. With four doors and a power liftgate, it’s easy to get into. With turbo power driving all four 19-inch wheels, you’ll never want to get out.

GLC Coupe Performance

Adapts to roads. Ready for loads.

With racing-bred design, the 4-wheel multilink suspension clings to curves yet glides over bumps. Clever selective damping allows the shock absorbers to firm up instantly in hard corners while keeping the ride silky on straightaways.

GLC Coupe Performance

Boost your eco:
Eager, efficient turbo performance

The GLC 300 4MATIC Coupe’s 241-hp turbo-4 delivers big-engine thrust without the thirst. Its advanced Direct Injection and multispark ignition help keep performance at its peak in real time. And with 0-100 in just 6.5 seconds, it’s a real good time.

GLC Coupe Performance

Rev your pulse: Nine speeds and five driving modes

DYNAMIC SELECT lets you match the GLC Coupe’s driving style to your own. From relaxed ECO mode to racy Sport+, it reprofiles the 9G-TRONIC transmission, the throttle, chassis and more. You can even create a mode of your own.

GLC Coupe Performance

A fusion of sports car and SUV, an infusion of AMG power.

Turn up the turbo boost and fuel pressure, cut the friction, and muscle up countless components, and you’ll have the 362-hp V6 biturbo engine in the GLC 43. With 384 lb-ft of torque from a mere 2,500 rpm, it’ll serve up 100 km/h in just 4.9 seconds.[1]


You don’t add up the doors to define a Mercedes-Benz coupe. It’s the soul that counts. And to prove it’s a Mercedes-Benz SUV, just feel its character. Agile, strong, sleek and confident, the GLC Coupe puts the “stance” in substance.

GLC Coupe Design

Flex its muscle: The power of SUV spontaneity

The beauty of an SUV is versatility, and from a 40/20/40 rear seat to available multicolour ambient lighting, the GLC Coupe flexes to fit your life. With a rich palette of cabin trims, the beauty of a GLC is also beauty.[2]

GLC Coupe Design

Fashion that functions:
The richly equipped cabin.

With heated power front seats and dual-zone THERMATIC climate control, the GLC Coupe cabin is an enticing getaway. And with options from an AMG Interior Package to handcrafted designo Nappa leather, it’s an inviting destination in itself.


The GLC Coupe combines an SUV’s view of the road ahead with a preview of tomorrow you’ll only see in a Mercedes-Benz. Industry-advancing innovation and driver assists help keep you above the fray, ahead of the curve.

GLC Coupe Innovation

Eyes on the road: Visionary support from parkway to parking lot

From a standard rear view camera and Blind Spot Assist to its available 360-degree camera, Active Distance Assist DISTRONIC cruise control, and Active Lane Keeping and Parking Assists, the GLC uses cameras, radar and more to help smooth your every move.[3]

GLC Coupe Innovation

Stay in touch: Intuitive controls and crisp displays make it all clear

A console-mounted controller and a big, vivid screen with animated menus put a world of entertainment and customizable features within easy reach. Available COMAND navigation upgrades the screen to 8.4 inches, and the controller to an intuitive touchpad.

GLC Coupe Innovation

Got your back: Proactive protection, looking out for your future

The GLC looks out for you in more ways than one. From radar-based front collision mitigation and available rear collision prep, to the seamless benefits of Crosswind Assist, a team of safety systems stays on guard wherever you drive.[4]

[1] Stated rates of acceleration are estimated based upon manufacturer’s track results and may vary depending on model, environmental and road surface conditions, driving style, elevation and vehicle load.

[2] Unsecured cargo can become hazardous in a collision. Always secure cargo using the floor-mounted tie-downs.

[3] Rear view and 360-degree cameras do not audibly notify driver of nearby objects and are not a substitute for actively checking around the vehicle for any obstacles or people. Images displayed may be limited by camera field of view, weather, lighting conditions and the presence of dirt, ice or snow on the cameras. Active Distance Assist DISTRONIC cruise control is no substitute for active driving involvement. It does not adapt cruising speed in response to stationary objects, nor does it predict the curvature and lane layout of the road ahead or the movement of vehicles ahead. Active Steering Assist requires driver to hold steering wheel and be ready to steer vehicle at any time. It may not recognize lane markings in some lighting, weather and road conditions. It is the driver’s responsibility at all times to be attentive to traffic and road conditions, and to provide the steering, braking and other driving inputs necessary to retain control of the vehicle. Drivers are cautioned not to wait for the system’s alerts before braking, as that may not afford sufficient time and distance to brake safely.
Active Parking Assist is not a substitute for driver attention to the immediate surroundings, as well as any people, animals or vehicles in or approaching the vehicle’s maneuvering range. System cannot determine if a space is legally available or of a suitable surface for parking. See Operator’s Manual for additional information, tips and warnings. Blind Spot Assist may not be sufficient to avoid all accidents involving vehicles in your blind spot and does not estimate the speed of approaching vehicles. It must not be used as a sole substitute for driver awareness and checking of surrounding traffic conditions. See Operator’s Manual for system’s operating speeds and additional information and warnings.

[4] Even the most advanced safety systems may not be sufficient to avoid an accident. It is the driver’s responsibility at all times to be attentive to traffic and road conditions, and to provide the steering, braking and other driving inputs necessary to retain control of the vehicle. Drivers are cautioned not to wait for system alerts before braking or taking evasive action, as that may not afford sufficient time and distance. See Operator’s Manual for system’s operating speeds and additional information and warnings.

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