If yesterday it was just a rumor, today it was confirmed: Mercedes-Benz will build a new crossover, based on the 2013 A-Class. According to Autocar, this will be the first of three new models which will be built at company’s plants in Rastatt (Germany) and Kecskemét (Hungary). Dubbed GLC, the new crossover will take on cars such as the Bmw X1 and the Audi Q3 and will use firm’s modular front architecture (MFA) platform. As expected, the vehicle is expected to use same engines found on the new A-Class. The entry-level model will be two-wheel drive, while the more expensive versions will be four-wheel drive. Regarding the other models, Mercedes-Benz will first build the CSC Concept, seen back in April at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show. This model will be badged as the CLA. A third model will be an estate version of the CLA, possibly badged as the CLT.