Wonder why they have two different alloy wheel designs on the car????????????
Spy photographers have spotted a 2017 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 development mule testing in Germany.
The car is wearing a new front bumper that’s larger than the ones fitted to earlier mules, and it has wider air intakes, giving the super SUV a more muscular face.
Insiders suspect the car will also get a longer bonnet than the regularGLC, to provide more space for the wet-sump twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8 that powers it.
Shared with models like the C 63 saloon, the engine is likely to produce up to 503bhp and 516lb ft of torque, as it does in other models.
Elsewhere, the car’s body looks identical to that of the GLC 43, which has already been revealed and goes on sale this summer. It is thought the interior will also be identical to that of the 43, which uses a twin-turbocharged V6 engine to produce 361bhp, and can accelerate from 0-62mph in 4.9sec.
AMG boss Tobias Moers recently said AMG 63 models would retain rear-wheel-drive layouts, leading some to suggest the hottest GLC could be rear-driven only. However, the larger GLE 63 comes exclusively with 4Matic four-wheel drive, so it seems more likely this layout will be offered on the GLC.
AMG has set the GLE 63 up to supply its rear wheels with 69% of power, so we can expect a similar level of rear-drive bias with the 4Matic GLC 63.
rear wheel drive is always the choice ! It would be great, paired with launch control, fun times await hahaIt doesn't look too far off production ready to me; given the choice I'd prefer the rear wheel option ! With that sort of power & torque it'll be an absolute flying machine.
Have you had your eyes set on a GLC too ?? Good thing you didn't pull the trigger yet lol, or have you .... ?Very nice will be very tempted going forward