Mercedes-Benz is offering up a first look at its second-generation GLC sport-utility vehicle. To add a bit of confusion, the 2016 model is a renamed version of what had been known as the Mercedes GLK.
The automaker recently decided to try to make sense out of an expanding line-up of crossovers and conventional sport-utility vehicles by realigning its naming system from small to large.
The new GLC picks up on the basic design cues first seen in the form of the GLC Coupe showcar that made its debut at the Shanghai Motor Show last April. That concept vehicle was intended to give a “foretaste” of the new design language Mercedes will use for a variety of upcoming utility vehicles, hinted styling chief Gordon Wagener. (more…)