Friday, February 22, 2013

NASCAR Gen-6 Race Cars Began With Chevrolet

NASCAR Gen-6 Race Cars Began With Chevrolet
BAY CITY, Mich.- This past weekend, Chevy revealed the all-new, performance-focused 2014 Chevrolet SS production car that mirrors the car racing in the Sprint Cup Series. You're probably aware that some other automakers have also recently produced NASCAR stock cars that are similar to their showroom models. But, did you know that the movement to produce NASCAR Gen-6 Race Cars began with Chevrolet?

A little more than three years ago, Mark Reuss took over as president of General Motors North America and took action to make Chevrolet more relevant in NASCAR. Chevy actually almost pulled out of NASCAR, but instead pushed for relevance. And NASCAR President Mike Helton even said that the movement to produce NASCAR Gen-6 Race Cars began with Chevrolet. Had Chevrolet not taken the risk to design their latest Chevy SS, they likely would have pulled out of the sport.

The 2014 Chevrolet SS, revealed in Daytona, was designed as a premium model. So although it may not be a vehicle for everyone, it makes the connection between the race track and showroom. It's like what happened when the Monte Carlo saw success on the race track, so did Chevy. Chevrolet is making a comeback, so stop by your Bay City Area Chevrolet Dealer to check out the Top Selling Chevy Impala and our New Chevrolet Cars in Bay City, MI. We can help you find your dream Chevy at a price you're comfortable with! Graff Bay City is located at 3636 Wilder Road, Bay City, MI 48706For more information on Graff Bay City, or for any questions call us at (989) 684-4411 or visit our websites:

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