Mercedes-Benz has begun teasing the new C253 GLC Coupe facelift, which will continue to challenge the BMW X4 in their unique market. The regular X253 GLC has already been given an update recently, and we should expect some of the changes to trickle down to its coupe-inspired sibling.

This Instagram post uploaded by Mercedes-Benz previews the GLC Coupe’s new front and rear ends, with the former appearing very similar to the facelifted GLC in the design of the headlamps that have an outer LED DRL “ring.”

The taillight graphics also appears to be revised here, which is something that is evident from spyshots of development mules undergoing testing. Those snaps also reveal the GLC Coupe’s shape remains unchanged from before, although some tweaks to the bumpers are highly likely.

As for the interior, expect the same changes from the normal GLC to make their way into the GLC Coupe, including new trim options, an infotainment system powered by the Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX), new steering wheel design, widescreen main display, digital instrument cluster display and others.

On the matter of powertrains, the GLC Coupe should get the usual mix of the latest petrol and diesel engines, including a mild hybrid option based on the M264 mill. More details will only be released when the GLC Coupe facelift makes its global debut.