Chevrolet unveiled its 2013 Nationwide Series entry: the Camaro SS. The car will make its debut in February at Daytona International Speedway.
It will compete against the Dodge Challenger and the Ford Mustang in the series.
The car has not been on track, it was completely designed based on mathematical calculations of aerodynamic targets using computer assisted design.
Jim Campbell, vice president, Chevrolet Performance Vehicles and Motorsports said:
Chevrolet is proud to bring the Camaro to the NASCAR Nationwide Series in 2013. The Camaro Nationwide race car incorporates many of the distinctive styling elements of the production Camaro, including the unique power-bulge hood and deep recessed grille. In addition, the design incorporates the distinctive halo light rings and dual-port grille appearances, and the gold bowtie.
Pat Suhy, of the Chevrolet Racing Oval Track Group, added:
Our team of Chevrolet designers and aerodynamic engineers did a fantastic job capturing the great looks and styling cues of the production Camaro, while providing our NASCAR Nationwide teams with a highly competitive aero platform. For the remainder of 2012, our engineers will be busy working with our Chevy teams on wind tunnel and on-track testing to fine-tune the car in preparation for next year. It will be great to see Camaro compete on the track against its showroom competition starting with the 2013 season opener at Daytona.
Chevy is also working on a new model for the Sprint Cup Series  that will be branded the SS. No word has been given as to when that vehicle will be unveiled.