After launching them in the New York Auto Show a couple of months ago, Mercedes-AMG has now revealed the pricing for the GLC, in SUV and Coupe form, for its home market.
The AMG GLC 63 and GLC 63 Coupe start from €82,705 ($92,485) and €86,334 ($96,543), respectively, in Germany, whereas the range-topping S carries an MSRP of €90,975.50 ($101,734) and €94,605 ($105,792).
Both of them are powered by a twin-turbo, 4.0-liter V8 that puts out 476PS (469hp) and 650Nm (479lb-ft) of torque in the lesser variant, and 510PS (503hp) and 700Nm (516lb-ft) of torque in the range-topping ‘S’.
Besides the powerful engine, both the GLC and GLC Coupe add the AMG Panamericana grille, which was previewed by the AMG GT family, along with other visual enhancements. They also benefit from the 4Matic AWD system with fully variable torque distribution, a rear axle differential lock and enhanced braking system, along with the new 9-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.
Mercedes-AMG is also celebrating the market launch of the two models by introducing the ‘Edition 1’, a special version that adds the Night package in high-gloss black, sports stripes on the sides in yellow or matte graphite grey, matte black 21-inch wheels, and Aerodynamics package. Inside, customers will get to enjoy black Nappa leather upholstered seats with yellow stitching and specific diamond pattern, yellow highlights on the instrument cluster, steering wheel, and floor mats, and carbon fiber/bright aluminum parts.
Prices for the Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 Edition 1 start from €96,509 ($107,921), whereas the GLC 63 Coupe begins from €100,138.50 ($111,980). The S grade retails from €103,411 ($115,639) and €107,040.50 ($119,698), respectively.