Speaking with Autocar Mercedes confirms that they are working on a hydrogen fuel-cell GLC for 2017.
Following in the footsteps of its Japanese rivals Mercedes will debut their own mass produced hydrogen powered car within the next two years. Thomas Weber, Mercedes head of R&D, confirmed; “we are targeting a combined range for the fuel cell and battery of up to 600km [373 miles], along with a refuelling time for the hydrogen tanks of three minutes.”
The new model is expected to wear the GLC F-Cell badge and Mercedes says they intend to debut the hydrogen SUV at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. It would then take another year before Mercedes starts trucking them to your local dealership, with a price tag near £50,000.