2020 AMG GLC 63 S Coupe Front
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2020 AMG GLC 63 S Coupe and What Has Changed Since Previous Model

Mercedes-Benz continues to renew its range and now it is the turn of the sports variant of the GLC, the Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 4Matic. This sporty SUV design has changed slightly, but the 2020 model has added more equipment, upgrade affects both the traditional version AMG GLC 63 S Coupe.
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On the outside the 2020 AMG GLC 63 S Coupe changes focus on the design of headlights, skulls, front fascia and leaks. The headlights and skulls, especially, carry the most recent design that we have seen in AMG, as well as the trapezoidal shape of the quadruple leaks that these models carry.

The easiest way to differentiate between a GLC 63 model and a GLC 63 S is in the wheels, since the GLC 63 has a light alloy of 19" while the GL 63 S has about 20", optionally both can equip 21" wheels.

The 2020 63 S Coupe version of this SUV looks more aggressive thanks to the drop in the medallion and the small carbon fiber spoiler that finishes off the rear.

The interior receives changes thanks to the integration of the new MBUX infotainment system, which is capable of recognizing more complex voice commands and gestures, is reflected in a 10.2 " touch screen . In turn, it releases a color upholstery option. black and gray.

Another novelty is the steering wheel of the AMG range that already has touch pads and several ergonomic improvements to increase the driving experience.

Customization options are full, you can order different types of inserts, including carbon fiber, change the color of the upholstery and more.

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