The camouflaged car you are seeing in the photos is Chevrolet Beat which was spotted on the Roads of Mumbai.
Observations, as on Zigwheels, where this story was originally published -
While most of the car was covered with black sheets that hid the true shape of the headlights, fenders and roof, the generous wind blowing provided glimpses of the led tail lights and the general shape of the body apart from some very impressive design features. First off are the muscular wheel arches and the way the glasshouse curves downward ahead of the B-pillars. The car seemed like it was spacious enough - there were three men already in the car and the guy at the back seemed to be quite relaxed. The rear end is quirky as it was in the concept, but then that's something that really impressed - the fact that the actual production version is so close to the way the concept looks. In fact, that aspect dawned on me when I managed to take a peek inside the cabin. The instrument cluster id far from conventional - with a cylindrical analog meter which most probably is the tachometer and a flat block beside it that could house the speedo and tell tale lights. The interiors were lively and well appointed. The way the Beat was zipping in and out of traffic speaks loads of its in-city capabilities. And with three full-grown adults in the car the test mule was extremely zippy and fast as well - meaning performance should be good.
The Spark is already doing good for Chevrolet. Beat will add some strength to the Chevrolet Line-up to challenge the likes of Hatchbacks like Swift, i20, Indica Vista etc.