The Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe is the answer of the three-pointed star brand to the BMW X4. It carries the sensual design and power of the GLC SUV, but it has been downsized to feature a sleeker styling and a more agile look.
Recently, Harris Sacic of Autolyzer.com reviewed the features of the GLC Coupe. He pointed out the awesome and useful elements of the SUV coupe as well as its unnecessary features and flaws.
It should be noted that the review mainly focuses on the technology and comfort features present in the vehicle. So if you are looking for someone driving the SUV coupe at high-speeds or drifting at bends, we will feature another video for that.
The video gives us a second-person point of view from the interior of the SUV, which is not a bad thing at all as it lets us experience what it is like to be at the front passenger seat of the auto. It gives the viewer an “observer” feel as all the key tech features of the GLC Coupe are put to work.
The best part of the video is where Sacic demonstrated the semi-autonomous driving feature of the GLC Coupe. He is shown taking his hands off the steering wheel while the vehicle maneuvers itself on the road. The auto can be seen slowing down too as it approaches a larger vehicle in its lane.
Then there’s also the automatic parking assist of the GLC Coupe, which is a pretty neat feature because the SUV coupe does the parking all by itself as soon as the driver confirmed the action for it to park itself.
Check out the video below for a comprehensive review and tech demo of the 2017 Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe: