The NASCAR Cup Series revealed the car and the livery for the 24 Hours of LeMans that 2009 Formula One World champion Jenson Button, Mike Rockenfeller, and seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson

Altogether the test car and its previous iteration have logged more than 3,600 miles at six separate tests (Road Atlanta, Virginia International Raceway, Goodyear Proving Grounds, Carolina Motorsports Park, Sebring International Raceway, and Daytona International Speedway).

NASCAR Next Gen Garage 56 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Specs:

Length: 195.4” / 4,961 mm

Width: 78.6” / 1,996.4 mm

Height: 50.4” / 1,280 mm

Wheelbase: 110” / 2,794 mm

Weight: 2,960 lbs / 1,342 kg

Spoiler: 6” / 152.4 mm

Body: 2023 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 composite symmetric body featuring integral flap systems, camera mounts and dive planes

Underwing: Full carbon undertray w/Le Mans spec splitter, engine panel and rear diffuser

Chassis: Steel tubing w/bolt-on front and rear clips and front/rear bumpers

Transaxle: 5-speed paddle shift sequential with ramp and plate differential

Suspension (Front and rear): Double wishbone billet aluminum control arms w/adjustable coil over shock absorbers

Steering: Rack and pinion

Wheels: Dry Fronts – BBS-G56 forged aluminum 18” x 12.5” / 462 mm x 317.5 mm

Dry Rears – BBS-G56 forged aluminum 18” x 13.5” / 462 mm x 342.9 mm

Wets – BBS forged aluminum 18” x 12” / 462 mm x 304.8 mm

Tires: Dry Fronts – Goodyear Racing Eagles – 365/35R18 (day / night)

Dry Rears – Goodyear Racing Eagles – 380/35R18 (day / night)

Wets – Goodyear Racing Eagles – 365/35R18 (inter / full)

** Cured in-tire, passive TPMS system, Powered by Goodyear Sightline

Brakes: Six piston monobloc front calipers / four piston monobloc rear calipers – heavy duty carbon disc packages

Front Brake Rotors: 15” x 1.57” / 381 mm x 40 mm carbon disc w/titanium bell

Rear Brake Rotors: 14” x 1.26” / 355.6 mm x 32 mm carbon disc w/titanium bell

Engine: NASCAR Cup Series Chevrolet R07 cast iron small block V8

Engine displacement: 358 cu in / 5.8 L

Induction system: Naturally aspirated

Fuel system: Fuel injection

Oil system: Dry sump

Engine cooling: Air exits radiator through hood louvers

Exhaust: Split-side exit exhaust

Fuel cell: 32 gallons / 127 L (Total Excellium Racing 100)

NASCAR Chairman and CEO Jim France commented saying:

From the beginning of this project, it was important to us that the car we bring to Le Mans is a true NASCAR stock car. “While there have been some adjustments to allow the car to compete in a 24-hour endurance race, fans in Le Mans will be treated to the full NASCAR experience.”

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