We still haven't seen the all-new 2012 Mercedes-Benz B-Class is its entirety, but the automaker has revealed interior photos in advance of the official Frankfurt debut later this year.
The B-Class may be small, but it apparently isn't lacking class. The HVAC vents, patterned after those found on the likes of the SLS AMG and the new SLK roadster, all but dominate the rounded dashboard. The navigation system is also intriguing -- instead of setting it lower in the dash, it rises from the upper surface and almost appears to be a docked iPad.
Speaking of the navigation system, it looks like Mercedes has subtly given away one of the features that will probably be available as an option on the new B-Class. A close-up shot reveals Google's homepage spread across the screen, so we wouldn't be surprised if wireless Internet access is available down the road.
Expect further details on the little B to emerge this September, when it debuts at the Frankfurt Motor Show.