The next-generation Mercedes-Benz CLA will reportedly make its world premiere at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2019) later this month, and already we’ve been seeing multiple sets of spy photos, including the much anticipated AMG CLA 35 and CLA 45.

This time however, our spy photographers spotted the CLA Shooting Brake making a fuel stop in Sweden. It’s still heavily camouflaged, and the rear end appears to feature additional padding underneath the camo wrap, particularly around the glasshouse and upper portion of the tailgate.

Compared to the outgoing CLA Shooting Brake, the new model seems to be a tad more practical with a larger boot opening. Elsewhere, it should look very much like the standard CLA, and the cabin should be lifted wholesale as well. Of course, the fancy MBUX infotainment system with a huge widescreen display in the centre will also be featured here.

The CLA is built on the new Modular Front Architecture (MFA2) platform, and is expected to get the full range of new engines from the A-Class, which include the Renault-derived M282 1.33 litre turbo four-cylinder petrol and Mercedes’ own 2.0 litre unit, plus a 1.5 litre diesel. The AMG versions will include a 306 hp CLA 35, as well as a CLA 45 with upwards of 400 hp.