Mercedes is marking the imminent departure of the current, second-generation CLS Class four-door coupe and Shooting Brake with this Final Edition model.

The model adds an AMG Line exterior pack including a diamond radiator grille in chrome, sporty front and rear bumpers, deeper side panels, twin-outlet exhaust, and 19-inch wheels finished in black (18-inch items in silver are available, as well).

Inside is black leather upholstery with light-coloured stitching. The 'multicontour' front seats are heated and adjustable in many different ways, while the flat-bottomed steering wheel has Dinamica microfiber grips and silver shift paddles.

The Final Edition spec also includes LED head lights, sliding sunroof and heat-insulating privacy glass.

The package is available on any CLS model, both Coupe and Shooting Brake, adding €8,211 ($9,131) to the base price. Prices start at €54,680 ($60,799) in Germany. There's no word on whether or not the Final Edition will be available in the USA.

Now the E Class it shares a platform with has entered a new generation, the CLS in its current form won't be around much longer. Expect to see the next-gen car towards the end of 2017 or in early 2018.

Sadly, it doesn't look like the epically cool but slow-selling Shooting Brake wagon won't survive the transition.

Gallery: Mercedes CLS Final Edition