2015 Chevrolet Cruze drops more camouflage

Few weeks ago we brought you spy-shots of the second-generation Chevrolet Cruze from snowy Sweden, revealing the taillights for the first time.

Cold weather testing continues near the Arctic Circle and another prototype has been caught, revealing a less disguised body.

The prototype is wearing temporary taillights again, like we saw last year, but we do get a good look at the chrome line around the side windows at the drivers side. The roof is also camouflage free and the close up shots give us a good look at the new headlight design.

Compared to the current model, the new model looks to have a larger grille, slimmer headlights, a more heavily raked windshield and a bonnet that slopes downward.

New Cruze rides on GM’s new platform called D2XX, which will replace both the Delta II and Theta platforms.

The new Cruze has been testing for a while now and we wouldn’t be surprised if it debuts already next month in Geneva.
We expect to see more revealing prototypes soon and are not surprised if the new Cruze debuts already in March at the Geneva Motor Show.


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