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Chevrolet Volt Chief Engineer Andrew Farah (pictured) and his team have been driving camouflaged 2016 Volts to validate ride, handling and powertrain performance. “If not for the work done by the camouflage engineers, we couldn’t test these pre-production vehicles in their natural environments,” he said. “It’s critical for us to make sure we’re listening to customer wants for the next generation Volt, and the only way to do that is to be out in the wild, while keeping the design under wraps.”
 

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No, that's a Chevrolet Cruze with the black and white bits on it. The Volt camouflage is really really good!
 

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Chevrolet Volt Chief Engineer Andrew Farah (pictured) and his team have been driving camouflaged 2016 Volts to validate ride, handling and powertrain performance. “If not for the work done by the camouflage engineers, we couldn’t test these pre-production vehicles in their natural environments,” he said. “It’s critical for us to make sure we’re listening to customer wants for the next generation Volt, and the only way to do that is to be out in the wild, while keeping the design under wraps.”
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The odd thing here is there literally is no news in this news release. Manufacturers have used the same or very similar camouflage for years. Renault even seemed to keep some of their "disguising panels" on their production cars. :D ;)
 
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