Like most premium automakers, Mercedes-Benz took the crossover market by storm in the 2000s. In 1998, the M-Class joined the G-Class as the company’s second SUV, but since then the German carmaker launched no fewer than five crossovers plus a pickup truck. And Mercedes isn’t stopping here. According to recent reports and spy shots, the Germans are planning to launch a brand-new model called the GLB. Although the name suggests that it will slot between the tiny GLA and the C-Class based GLC (formerly known as the GLK), the GLB will be a bit different. Sure, it will fit between the two in terms of size, but unlike its siblings, it will have a boxy design inspired by the mighty G-Class.