No, the Chevrolet SS isn’t going anywhere yet. We don’t know what will replace the four-door muscle sedan in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, but Chevrolet has something new for the Xfinity Series.
Chevrolet released the first photo of its 2017 Chevrolet Camaro stock car, based on the 2016 Camaro SS. Of course, there’s nothing stock about it, because those are the rules of NASCAR these days. That means the 6.2-liter LT1 V8 sits this one out.
Instead, the competitive advantage comes from a modified nose and hood, which is supposedly much more aerodynamic.
The sixth-generation Camaro stock car is a proper followup to the fifth-generation car’s debut in 2013 for the series. The 2017 Camaro stock car will hit the starting grid this coming February at Daytona.