Mercedes-Benz MLC Interior Snapped For The First Time

By Brandon TurkusRSS feed
Posted June 15th 2014 6:00PM

Mercedes-Benz MLCMercedes-Benz is back testing its new MLC, the lifted, ‘four-door coupe’ crossover that will challenge the BMW X6 for the title of least utile utility vehicle. We’ve already shown you exterior images, along with a peek at the AMG variant and now, we have our first look at the new Benz’s cabin.

The interior looks like pretty standard fare for Mercedes. The center console sports a similar setup for the COMAND infotainment system as the new C-Class, while we can spot what looks like a sort of terrain management system closer to the passenger’s side.

The centre stack, meanwhile, looks similar to what we’ve seen on other Mercedes products. The dash, meanwhile, features a wide band of brushed aluminum with a leather-lined dash. The steering wheel also looks borrowed from the C-Class.

On the outside, the camo is slightly lighter, offering up more detail around the fascia, where we can see the intakes underneath what look like GLA-inspired headlights. Overall, the look remains largely in line with the Concept Coupe SUV from the Beijing Motor Show.

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