Inside, the interior is mostly the same except for the instruments and infotainment system. All GLC-Class crossovers now have a 10.25-inch touchscreen with the MBUX user interface. This adds a touchpad where the old scroll wheel was, along with touch pads on the steering wheel and Mercedes' new, more advanced voice command system. As an option, buyers can add a 12.3-inch display for the instruments.
Under the hood, the GLC-Class Coupe has a fresh turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine making 14 more horsepower for a total of 255. Torque remains the same at 273 pound-feet. Power goes through a nine-speed automatic transmission either to the rear wheels or all four. Odds are that Mercedes will introduce updated versions of its AMG variants later with six- and eight-cylinder engines.
Pricing hasn't been announced yet, but that should come closer to the crossover's on-sale date later this year. The crossover will also be making its public debut at the New York Auto Show next month.