A while back we told you that Team Chevy would soon be switching from the well known Chevy Impala to an unnamed car. Well, today, that car was named. Meet the 2013 Chevrolet SS.
The V-8, rear-wheel drive performance sedan will make its US debut at the 2013 Daytona 500.
Chevy has been using the SS (Super Sport) designation on all of its high performance cars since the 1957 Corvette Prototype Race Car, and almost all long enduring nameplates have an SS edition. However, this is going to be a whole new entity. The SS will be derivative of the award-winning architecture that spawns performance cars such as the Camaro but will have significant technological advances that have yet to be announced. Take a look at the camouflaged beast doing some track trials below, and then take a look at the only picture known to exist of the badge.
The best part? Unlike the upcoming Camaro COPO, this car will actually be available for sale! You can expect to see the SS make its showroom debut in late 2013, early 2014 and will be available limitedly produced for purchase.
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