The Mercedes GLC interior is nearly identical to the C-Class W205 and that’s a compliment. Mercedes GLC interior is made with great attention to detail, using well-chosen materials – it looks and feels great. Wood, leather, soft plastics, metallic accents, and contrasting stitching create the look of an expensive and truly premium Mercedes GLC interior.
The driver of the Mercedes GLC has a nice steering wheel at the disposal of the driver, not only looks stylish but also carries a high functional load due to the control elements (and some of them are sensory), which can also be flattened D-shaped in some versions. Behind it is a stylish instrument cluster made in the traditional scheme – two analog speedometer and tachometer wells with metal visors, and between them an information color display.
Another key element of the Mercedes GLC interior is the large screen of the multimedia system, located above the center console of the tablet type, the diagonal of which, depending on the configuration, is 7 or 10.25 inches. Under it are three round stylish ventilation system deflectors and a minimal set of buttons for controlling the climate and other car systems.
The front seats in the new Mercedes GLC interior are comfortable, but with poorly expressed lateral support, but with an expandable cushion. Sitting in front of the Mercedes GLC, compared to the C-Class, is more spacious because the car is longer and wider. The rear is also comfortable and spacious, although a high and wide tunnel will become a discomfort for the central passenger.
The quality of the Mercedes GLC interior is fully consistent with the premium essence – several types of high-class leather or suede, natural wood, carbon fiber, and aluminum.
Salon Mercedes GLC – five-seater, and sufficient space are provided in both rows of seats. At the front, there are ergonomic chairs with unobtrusive lateral bolsters, padding that is optimal in terms of rigidity, and a large number of adjustments. At the back there is a comfortable sofa with a folding armrest and individual ventilation deflectors, but also a tunnel that is too high and wide, interfering with the average passenger
In the five-seater layout of the Mercedes GLC, the luggage compartment capacity of the car is 550 liters, and in the two-seater – 1600 liters. The 40/20/40 split backrests can be brought to an almost vertical position (the so-called “load mode”), freeing up several liters of volume without harming the seats.