On Thursday Chevrolet unveiled its new 2013 Sprint Cup car. No longer the Impala, fans will see the Chevrolet SS on the track next season.
The Chevy Impala was used during the “Car of Tomorrow” and previous generations of stock cars but with the next generation of stock cars, comes Chevrolet’s newest make in the SS.
- Juan Pablo Montoya‘s 2013 Chevrolet SS. (Earnhardt Ganassi Racing)
Along with the new “Generation Six” cars in NASCAR, Chevrolet adds to an already slick looking group of cars that fans will see next season. The new Chevrolet SS will join the Ford Fusion and Toyota Camry on track in 2013.
The Chevy SS, similar to the other manufacturers in 2013, will have a similar look to its street car with more body lines and distinctions. NASCAR and manufacturers worked together to make the new stock cars more similar and relatable to the cars people see on the street.
With the new cars in 2013, NASCAR hopes to create better racing, with cars on the track that everyone will recognize and enjoy. The new “Generation Six” car has the potential to be a huge success, after many complained about the “Car of Tomorrow” and it’s looks. The new 2013 Chevrolet SS, Ford Fusion and Toyota Camry all look slick, giving fans and drivers expectations for better racing next season with these new additions.