Mercedes-Benz has just launched a new generation of its E-Class and that means we should soon be graced by the arrival of a new generation of the car’s sleeker, sexier cousin, the CLS.

To send out the current CLS, Mercedes has unveiled a special Final Edition model.

Announced only for the European market at present, the Final Edition can be ordered as either a sedan or wagon and offers a number of extras for not much money. In Europe, opting for the Final Edition model adds 8,211 euros (approximately $9,093) to the price of the CLS.

New CLS on sale in 2018

For this premium, you get an AMG styling pack for the exterior and cabin. For the exterior, the pack includes 19-inch light alloy wheels, a subtle aero kit, a diamond-pattern grille, and a dual-pipe exhaust system with squared-off tips.

Inside, there’s heated sports seats finished in black leather and accentuated with contrast stitching. Other goodies include a flat-bottomed steering wheel, tinted windows, a sunroof and matrix LED headlights. The latter enables you to drive with the high-beams left permanently on, though the technology isn’t allowed in the United States just yet.

Mercedes has been quiet on plans for a next-generation CLS, the third in the series. The car is currently thought to be appearing late next year or in early 2018. We hear there won’t be a wagon option this time around.