NASCAR will end its next-generation Cup series race car on May 5.
The new vehicles were originally scheduled to start racing in the 2021
The new design aims to modernize the car and make it more relevant to street cars, including rear independent suspension, 18-inch monaural wheels, six-speed sequential manual transmission and carbon fiber bathtub to replace the traditional NASCAR racing frame.
Prototypes with general-purpose NASCAR-branded bodywork have been tested in public, while specific models such as Ford, Chevrolet and Toyota were tested in private at Martinsville last week.
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These three cars will make their debut at a live broadcast event on May 5, when all the details about these cars will be released, and they are expected to continue to use Mustang, Chevrolet and Camry styling.