FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Chevrolet will update the Camaro SS Coupe raced in the Xfinity Series and its Silverado used in the Truck Series for NASCAR competition next season.

The Camaro is getting its third update since its 2013 debut. The Silverado is being altered for the first time since 2014.

The most notable changes to both vehicles will be to the upper front fascia, fenders, hood and tail regions, which will all be updated to mirror the new production models.

The Camaro has won 67 Xfinity Series races since its 2013 debut at Daytona International Speedway, which was won by Tony Stewart in one of the Chevys.

Chevrolet has only used the Silverado since the inaugural Truck Series race 23 years ago. The Silverado has delivered 231 Truck Series victories, eight manufacturer championships and 12 driver championships.

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