Mercedes will label the next-generation of its C-class based Sportcoupe the new ‘CLC,’ and will present the car for the first time at next year’s Geneva Motor Show. Several prototypes have been spotted undergoing cold weather testing in Sweden recently, and reveal that the new model will share the same basic shape as the outgoing version.

Though the car won’t be arriving in showrooms until a month after its Geneva debut, its mechanicals will be based on the previous C-class model in an effort to keep costs low, according to Auto Motor und Sport. There also reports that suggest the car will be built in Brazil rather than Germany. Click here to see more renderings of the upcoming CLC and our previous story.