I agree with Andre that it would appear to resemble the Honda Civic over an Acura. The rims are more similar to the Civic than to the TLX or ILX. The jeweled headlights on the Acuras are more refined and somewhat smaller than shown on the "phantom" car in the picture. My guess is that the appearance of the "jeweled headlights" is caused by the fact that the slits in the car cover over the headlights cause it to have a jeweled appearance from afar but that it is actually just covering one headlight.
That said, I have seen a few Honda Accords in this area whose daytime running lights look very similar to my TLX. It isn't until you get up close than you can see that the car actually as a more conventional headlight above the running lights. Acura started the jewel headlights with the RLX and each year has stepped it down a notch to where the 2016 ILX will have the lights. Maybe they are going to extend it to the Honda Accord next.
This may be a dumb question, but how would the test driver get out of that car in a hurry if something bad happened? I don't see any zipper on the camouflage so would they just roll down the window and slide out Dukes of Hazard style?