The new, sleek 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC has recently been unveiled, as has the GLC Coupe model. Although their evolution seems a little change in terms of design, some upgrades inside and under the hood may be very appealing to Mercedes fans. Let's start from the exterior, we can see that the bumpers and the grille were slightly reworked to create a slightly more aggressive look. The standard LED headlights are smaller than before, in addition to redesigned contours and torch-shaped daytime running lights. The vehicles are now available with a graphite gray paint and there are five new styles of rims ranging in diameter from 19 to 20 inches. Inside, the update of the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC and GLC Coupe is relatively more than the outside. Of course, the first thing you will notice is the addition of the Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) multimedia system, capable of understanding natural voice commands and improving in many other ways the interaction between the driver and the car. The center floating screen is available in two sizes, 7.0 or 10.25 inches. A larger 12.3-inch dashboard is optional. On these screens, the driver can choose between three display styles: "Classic", "Sport" and "Progressive." Another great innovation of the MBUX system is augmented reality navigation. With this optional feature, the navigation data is mixed to the video image taken by the front camera to help the driver understand exactly where to turn and where a specific address is. In addition, two new wood finishes are available on the 2020Mercedes-Benz GLC and GLC Coupe. The multifunction steering wheel has also been revised and improved, adopting a sportier look. Available in two versions, it includes touch buttons that allow the driver to control the instrument cluster and multimedia systems without leaving the steering wheel. The telematic functions can also be controlled using the touchpad located on the center console, which replaces the COMAND wheel. Expect a little more fun with a new 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine that generates 255 horsepower (a gain of 14) and 273 lb-ft of torque. Mercedes-Benz says it burns less fuel and reduce CO2 emissions thanks to a new technology called CAMTRONIC that heats the exhaust system without increasing fuel consumption. No details on AMG versions yet, however. In terms of safety, the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC and GLC Coupe come with an Intelligent Driving Package featuring Active Distance Assist DISTRONIC, Active Steering Assist, Evasive Steering Assist, Active Lane Keeping Assist, Active Blind Spot Assist, Active Brake Assist with turn-off and cross-traffic function, along with PRE-SAFE PLUS. In addition, when the driver activates the optional parking assistance system, it displays all the free places detected in the surrounding areas. The driver can then choose the parking maneuver by using the touchpad, the multimedia system touch screen or the steering wheel right control module. The system then provides assistance, in forward and reverse, entering and exiting a parallel or perpendicular parking space. The modernized 2020 GLC and GLC Coupe will make their first public appearance at the New York Auto Show next month and go on sale late this summer. Pricing of the 2020 GLC and GLC Coupe will be announced soon before launch.