Video: Spy shooter spends time with the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu
Spy photographer Jim Dunne has spent 28 years of his life shooting vehicles that weren't necessarily meant to be seen. For that reason, Dunne and automakers probably don't always get along all that well, but the longtime spy photographer got together with General Motors to discuss the cat and mouse game played between OEMs and the spy shooters. That's a fun story, but the real carrot is that the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu is the subject matter for the video.
Hit the jump to watch the nearly three-minute-long video. The entire clip is shot with a well-disguised 2013 Malibu in plain sight, and you can plainly see HID headlights plus some of the contour lines that will make up Chevrolet's next-generation sedan.
In other Chevy Malibu news, GM has added another teaser shot of the sedan's new interior. This time The General shows that the MyLink infotainment screen can flip out, revealing considerable storage room for your tech toys. Check out all the teaser pics in the gallery below. GM will unveil the 2011 Malibu on Facebook on April 19, and we expect to see the car in person at the upcoming New York Auto Show.
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