Chevy used the Bologna Motor Show this week to debut its new livery for its also new Chevy Cruze WTCC racer. The Chevy Cruze will replace the Lacetti both on the street and the track, where the Lacetti managed to rack up 14 wins in the last three seasons of the World Touring Car Championship (WTCC). The new livery carries over the team's white and blue color scheme with an asymmetrical application that is said to highlight the new ginormous split grille up front. Aside from the new graphics, the WTCC Cruze looks particularly menacing with a full complement of fender flares, a large rear wing and deep front chin spoiler. The racer will debut in early March in Curitiba, Brazil, while the production car will go on sale in Europe around the same time. We here in the States will have to wait even longer to buy the successor to our own Cobalt, that is, if General Motors is even around then.