Chevrolet has unveiled their new road course "aero configuration" for the 2015 Verizon IndyCar Series.

Chevrolet has unveiled their new road course "aero configuration" for the 2015 Verizon IndyCar Series.

Designed to deliver greater aerodynamic performance than its predecessor, the car has new front wings with "pedestal-mounted 'front uppers' toward the outer edges." The race car also has smaller side pods, a new engine cover and sculpted “wheel wedges” in front of the rear tires. Other notable highlights include larger rear bumper pods and a redesigned rear wing with louvered end plates.

According to GM U.S. Vice President of Performance Vehicles and Motorsports, Jim Campbell, "We focused on developing an aerodynamic package that delivers a balanced combination of downforce and drag, along with integrated engine performance. It’s a total performance package.”

Chevrolet IndyCar program manager Chris Berube added "This new aero kit provides Chevrolet drivers the capability to enter and exit corners faster, while maintaining high speeds on the straights."

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