Though the upcoming 2014 Chevrolet SS--and it’s VF Holden Commodore sibling--won’t be revealed until the Daytona 500 next February, we’ll get a good preview of its styling next month with the reveal of the Chevrolet SS NASCAR race car that will be tackling the 2013 Sprint Cup Series.

The new Chevrolet SS NASCAR Sprint Cup race car, which so far has only been seen in full camouflage mode, is expected to be revealed on November 29 at a special event hosted at the Wynn Las Vegas, reports Speed and several other sources.

Chevrolet is the last brand to unveil its new race car for the 2013 Sprint Cup Series, whose regulations were altered to allow designers of the race cars to make them more closely resemble the road cars they represent.

What isn’t shared with the production model is pretty much everything under the skin. All NASCAR Sprint Cup challengers feature a tube frame chassis packing a V-8 engine sending drive to the rear wheels.

The Chevrolet SS NASCAR Sprint Cup car will be competing alongside racing versions of the Ford Fusion and Toyota Camry. Dodge was originally planning to compete with its own Charger-based car as well, though has decided to pull out at the conclusion of the current 2012 season.