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Plenty of exciting things are happening with the GLC in the near future. A new GLC plant will be opened in China near Beijing. This will supply China with GLCs, which both Mercedes-Benz and the Chinese people will be happy about.

We will soon see the GLC Coupe introduced which will bring a sportier option for Mercedes-Benz customers.

That's not it though! A hybrid version is currently being tested, and a fuel cell version is also in the works to be released in 2020.

Today we have received news that the GLC will get a right-hand-drive version as well. That will be available this December. The introduction of this model will allow a number of markets to purchase the GLC that previously were shut out. These include the UK, Japan, South Africa, Australia and India. Those markets represent a huge amount people. Maybe you are one of them.

Right-Hand-Drive Mercedes-Benz GLC to Become Available Starting December 2015
 

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MB just better leave those Chinese produced MB's on Chinese soil and not bring them over here, surely they'll lose interest when people are aware of that being the case.
 

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MB just better leave those Chinese produced MB's on Chinese soil and not bring them over here, surely they'll lose interest when people are aware of that being the case.
Will people become aware of that? And will they care? i don't really think so. If people do care or find out, it will be a very small amount. Pretty much negligible.
 

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But I wouldn't care about the Chinese production generally. I don't think it is going to mean less quality. And besides it is heading to China only so no worries anyway.
 

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But I wouldn't care about the Chinese production generally. I don't think it is going to mean less quality. And besides it is heading to China only so no worries anyway.
When it comes to selling to a big market like the U.S. it might be a challenge, but with how high of an image MB has, it will be easier for them to get people to accept the idea.
 
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