The second-generation Cruze prototype has been spotted undergoing road trials
Full-body camouflage conceals the majority of its new styling
The Cruze's new platform is set to underpin a wide range of vehicles
These recent shots do reveal more front-end detail, however
Estate, hatchback and saloon versions are likely to be available
The second-generation Cruze prototype was previously spotted during winter testing
An updated range of petrol and diesel engines will be offered
Fuel economy and emissions will have to be improved in order to make the Cruze competitive
Interior space is rumoured to be better than the previous generation's...
... but little has been seen of the new car's interior
The new Cruze is set to go on sale in the US at the end of 2014
The second-generation Chevrolet Cruze has been spotted undergoing testing on the road, following a series of spy shots revealing the car during winter testing.
Predicted to go on sale in the US in late 2014, this fully disguised Cruze prototype is believed to be the first car to use GM’s new global D2XX platform.
It is thought to underpin a variety of future Chevrolet and Opel/Vauxhall vehicles, including the next-generation Vauxhall Astra and Ampera, as well as a wide range of other models from GM's other brands, that is Buick, Cadillac, Holden and GMC.
Externally the prototype looks longer and sleeker than the current generation. Estate, hatchback and saloon versions are likely to be available, along with a range of updated petrol and diesel engines.