Refreshed this year, the compact crossover sport coupe sidles its way back into a niche within a niche within a niche, twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 and all.
This year, the GLC 63 S is lightly updated with new headlights and taillights, improved infotainment, and even more performance controls. It’s largely the same 503-horsepower crossover coupe as before—brash and entertaining, if not mostly unnecessary at more than $85,000 to start.
The GLC 63 crossover with a more practical shape costs fully $11,000 less than the 63 S Coupe, nearly the price for a fully loaded Apple Mac Pro.
The coupe’s performance pedigree is without question, however. The GLC 63 S Coupe ripped off a Nürburgring-Nordschleife run of 7 minutes, 49 seconds, the fastest for an SUV and three seconds shy of the mark set by a C63 AMG Black Series sedan less than a decade ago—further proof of the GLC 63’s ascension to the sport compact throne for Mercedes, if you needed it.
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