Supercars can confirm Gen3 cars are set to be revealed during this year's Repco Bathurst 1000.
Gen3 cars are on track to be unveiled on Friday December 3, two days before the 64th running of the Great Race at Mount Panorama.
It comes as Supercars officially confirmed the introduction of the Gen3 program will be delayed to the opening event of 2023.
Supercars, General Motors and Ford remain committed to rolling out Gen3 and the introduction of the Camaro and the Mustang.
Fans will see the first-ever Gen3 race car come to life in 2022 ahead of the program’s racing debut the following season.
Supercars will conduct on-track Gen3 exhibitions and testing at events in 2022.
The Gen3 program has advanced in recent weeks, with prototype engines and aerodynamic packages being developed, with wheels also in production.
General Motors' Gen3 Camaro prototype Supercars engine has been met with positive reviews after on-track testing.
The Gen3 package is set to feature "unmistakable" road-relevant styling, with aero testing proving the new body package will encourage a better racing product.
The 2021 Repco Supercars Championship will resume with the Bunnings Trade Sydney SuperNight on October 29.
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