Mercedes-Benz has started testing the second-gen GLC SUV. The current GLC made its debut in 2016 and the all-new version could make its world premiere sometime next year, as a 2022 model. While the existing GLC and its predecessor – the GLK – were 5-seat models, the next-gen of this SUV will most likely be offered with the option of a third row of seats.
The all-new GLC will sport a longer rear overhang and will be built on a longer wheelbase than the current-gen version. Incidentally, Mercedes-Benz already sells a long-wheelbase version of the current GLC in China, though it’s a 5-seater only.
Next-gen Mercedes GLC hits the road in production bodywork https://t.co/gf3Z6KTFJz pic.twitter.com/boT4jAto9a
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The next-gen GLC will be based on Merc’s updated MRA architecture and will get styling similar to newer Mercedes-Benz SUVs…