Over the past few months, we’ve seen plenty of spyshots of the forthcoming Mercedes-Benz GLB (codename X247), which will be yet another addition to the company’s line-up of compact cars that includes the new A-Class and B-Class.

At this year’s Auto Shanghai, we’ll finally get a better look at the new SUV offering, albeit in concept form. Mercedes-Benz recently released the first teaser of the Concept GLB, giving us a glimpse of the vehicle’s interior.

Of course, this isn’t the first time we’re seeing the GLB’s interior, as previous sightings of development cars have already given us some idea of what to expect. The provided sketch reaffirms what we’ve seen in prototypes, as the GLB’s interior shares quite a bit in common with the latest B-Class.

Highlights include the widescreen display on the dashboard, which will most definitely be powered by the Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) interface. The centre triple air-con vents are also placed lower than those in the corners, while the centre console is where you’ll find the touchpad controller and a large covered stowage area.

As for the exterior, the GLB appears like a more practical GLA, with a boxier design for better interior space. Other exterior cues include angular headlamps, squared-off wheel arches and two-piece taillights. There are also rumours the GLB will come in a standard five-seater crossover and a long-wheelbase seven-seater.

GALLERY: Mercedes-Benz GLB spyshots