Details have been fairly scarce up until now, but a report by Car & Driver has unleashed a few rumors onto the webosphere.
Chevrolet is yet to confirm a standalone SS performance sedan will be introduced, but a recent trademark application and an unintentional confirmation by OnStar hint that it is merely a formality. Details have been fairly scarce up until now, but a report by Car & Driver has unleashed a few rumors onto the webosphere.
The Chevrolet SuperSport Sedan will ride on the Zeta platform that underpins the Camaro. It will be available exclusively as a sedan and power will be drawn from the Camaro SS' 6.2-liter V8 with an output of approximately 415hp (310kW/421PS). Additionally, GM's new 3.6-liter V6 that debuted in the 2012 Buick LaCrosse will also be part of the lineup and will possess at least 320hp (239kW/324PS).
A NASCAR version is also expected to compete in the 2013 season, the same year the street legal version is expected to be launched.