When testing a new model, manufacturers disguise the cars from curious, long camera lenses… a leaked shot of an upcoming debut really sucks the drama away.
So many automakers keep a Camo Expert on staff.
The goal is to trick the eye into seeing something that’s not there.
How? The camo makes it difficult for a camera lens to focus, or sometimes an infrared-absorbing paint is used, B&W swirly paint can make convex appear concave, or the shape of the car is altered using styrofoam and fake body parts.
Read it online at Autonet.
There are different types of camo, but both always mask the two most important design features – the grille and tail lights.
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