Thursday, April 8, 2010

Chevrolet will launch the safety car Indy 500 in a series

Chevrolet Camaro   Chevrolet Company intends to release a limited edition version of the civil safety car used in racing, Indianapolis 500, the central event of American Championship IndyCar Series. Pace car for these events is built on the Camaro SS coupe and virtually nothing, except for special flashing light, no different from the serial cars.

   Civilian "Pace Car" will be offered through an exclusive orange shirt with white "racing" stripes and 20-inch wheels made of aluminum alloy. At the front door of the car will be printed stickers with the logo "Indianapolis 500" on the front wings of the Chevrolet Camaro will label with the same image, but on the seat headrests embroidered with
the same emblem. New products will be equipped with 400-horsepower gasoline-powered eight-volume 6.2-liter six-speed automatic transmission.

   Total plans to build 200 copies of the civil version of the safety car racing Indy 500. The cost of each such vehicle will be on the U.S. market, 41 thousand 950 dollars.

   Note that up to this point concern General Motors, which owns the brand Chevrolet, three times produced replicas "Pace cars" Indy 500 - in 1969, 1982 and 1993.

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