Mercedes-Benz launches the 2021 GLC with latest Mercedes me connect technology
New Delhi: India’s leading luxury car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz on Wednesday launched the 2021 GLC with the game changing ‘Mercedes me connect’ technology along with a host of additional feature enrichment.
The fully loaded 2021 GLC now offers more comfort and driving assistance to the customers than ever before, and sets a higher benchmark in the segment in terms of workmanship in the interiors and an advanced multimedia and assistance systems.
These feature enhancements in the 2021 GLC will help maintain its lead in the mid-size luxury SUV segment and offer customers a compelling choice in form of a fully loaded, connected luxury SUV.
The 2021 GLC available in both GLC 200 and GLC 220d variant, combines outstanding on and off-road driving characteristics with spaciousness, practicality and comfort. It is an illustration of excellent artisanship of high quality materials, in combination with a classy and authentic design that attracts immediate attention.
Targeted towards urban dwellers who are tech savvy and adrenaline seekers, the GLC is one of the most suitable products for them.
Martin Schwenk, Managing Director and CEO, Mercedes-Benz India said, “The GLC has remained a key pillar of our SUV offense and has been the single highest selling SUV in our portfolio last year. With the 2021 GLC, we now offer a technology superior, feature enriched fully loaded mid-size SUV, which has raised the benchmark for tech, comfort and convenience in the segment significantly."
" The new intuitive Mmc technology, MBUX Telematics with Hey Mercedes and new features create a comfortable and best-in car experience. As a customer centric brand, it remains our endeavor to constantly offer new products and technology that benefits the customers and create a delightful ownership experience. We are confident, with the technology and feature enrichment, the GLC will continue its customer preference and extend its lead in the premium mid-size SUV segment," Martin said.