Is there anything interesting about its design?
Visual changes between the existing model and this one? Well, there have been a few. More than meets the eye initially, in fact.
Things like the re-styled LED headlights with new LED daytime running light signatures stand out most, but you might also notice that the grille has been flipped from a ‘V’ shape to an ‘A’ shape, and it still has the ‘Panamericana’ vertical slats. The bumper still has gaping holes for big air flow, but the fins below now look more like the curled edges of a hipster’s moustache than before.
Side-on not a lot has changed, though the new 21-inch wheel design does add a little something to the look.
At the rear there are new LED tail-light inlays which have a more squareish look to them, and the exhaust outlets are bigger than before, and finished in chrome.
The GLC Coupe model has seen identical front-end adjustments, though the tail-lights on this bodystyle remain distinct from the wagon version, though they do follow a similar cue. The ducktail rear spoiler will either light your fire or promptly put it out.
So the exterior changes aren’t immense for the AMG GLC, but that’s no bad thing. It was already pretty pleasing to look at. And the bigger changes have been made inside the cabin - check out the interior images below to see for yourself.