The Mercedes-Benz GLC has been spied while being tested out, once more, on a banked track.
The development of a new generation of the Mercedes-Benz GLC is no longer a surprise for anyone who is reading the automotive news as the model in question has been caught on camera several times until now, including in its range topping version, the GLC 63 AMG. The newest clip with the crossover is showing it on a banked track, wearing the same camouflage, as it was being tested out once more. The track is located in Stuttgart and it is 3 km long, with a 90 degree banked turn at an end.
If you are asking what a GLC is, you should know that Mercedes-Benz will rename most of its lineup and the GLC will actually be the GLK. The model in question will basically be a transformed C-Class and it will grow in size compared to the current version. The engine lineup will also be shared with the C-Class and it will include the range topping version 4.0 liter V8 twin turbo which will make its way under the hood of the GLC 63 AMG. More details on the model are limited at this time.