Among the slew of test mules out and about for winter testing, Mercedes have also let the facelifted GLC out for what appears to be some mild initial testing. While this mule’s exterior remains the same as the current version, our keen-eyed spies have marked this as a mule for the upcoming update of the GLC thanks to its new interior.
For starters, we can see that the interior gets a wider satnav/infotainment screen that builds on the current COMAND screen found on most of Mercedes' models.
Aside from the screen, a new touchpad and steering wheel are perhaps the only changes seen on the test mule. Engine choices may expand as well, with the GLC likely getting the 220 CDI 2.0L turbo-diesel from the Mercedes E-Class.
The exterior will also get its fair share of changes like a new front and rear fascia as well as new head and tail lamps to match.
We can expect to see these changes later on as winter testing draw to a close.