Mercedes-Benz applied the retouch wand to its GLC Coupé, which now offers a new engine option, tweaked looks and a tad more tech.

On the engine front, the new addition is falls under the GLC 300 4Matic badge, which stands for 258 hp and 370 Nm plus a mild hybrid setup that uses an electric motor (14 hp, 150 Nm).

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The entry level in the petrol range is the GLC 200 4Matic, which offers 194 hp and 320 Nm of twist. All engines are 2-liter, in-line four units, including diesels.

Speaking of which, in this sector, customers can either pick the GLC 200 d 4Matic (160 hp, 360 Nm), the GLC 220 d 4Matic (191 hp, 400 Nm) or the GLC 300 d 4Matic (241 hp, 500 Nm).

Visually, you’ll do very well to recognize the revised GLC Coupé from the pre-facelift model. That’s doable, though, mainly thanks to the redesigned grille, headlights and taillights.

The most significant change inside the cabin is the introduction of a new multifunction steering wheel which is now fitted with the buttons needed to interact with the MBUX infotainment setup.