NASCAR takes the package of its next-generation Cup Series cars on May 5th.
The all-new vehicles were originally planned to start racing in the 2021
The new design aims to modernize and make the cars more relevant for street vehicles and includes a rear independent suspension, 18-inch single-lug wheels, a six-speed sequential manual gearbox and a carbon-fiber tub instead of a traditional NASCAR racing frame.
Prototypes wearing a generic NASCAR-branded body have been publicly tested while the specific Ford, Chevrolet and Toyota cars were on the track at Martinsville Speedway last week for a private test session.
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The three will appear for the first time during a live-streamed event on May 5, when all details about the cars will be released and are expected to continue the use of Mustang, Chevrolet and Camry styling.