The Mercedes-Benz GLA’s prototype was recently spotted around the Mercedes’ headquarters in Germany and its obvious that some minor tweaks has been made to the vehicle.

As the lights and the bumpers at both ends were under heavy camouflage, it’s safe to assume that it has some alterations from its predecessor.

Despite these minor changes, it looks like the GLA won’t be receiving a major update. This isn’t too surprising as the GLA’s design has always been top notch and appears to still be one of the best-looking vehicle in its category.

There won’t be much mechanical changes as well since Mercedes has made some tweaks for the 2016 model. The Mecedes-AMG GLA45, with the option of all-wheel or front-wheel drive, had a 375 horsepower from its turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-4 engine with a 7-speed dual-clutch unit.

The new-gen Mercedes-Benz GLA will most likely be debuting at the end of 2017 and arriving as a 2018 model.