Cadillac has dropped a new teaser image of its upcoming GTP hypercar ahead of its June 9 unveiling.
The new racer is designed to comply with IMSA and ACO regulations and will compete in IMSA’s upcoming Grand Turing Prototype (GTP) class. It will make its racing debut on the Rolex 24 in Daytona in January 2023 and compete in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
This teaser shared on Twitter shows a preview of the front of the race car. As shown in the previous teaser, we can see that it has a complex LED headlight and a fake carbon fiber front splitter. Also visible is a painted Cadillac badge on the nose and a flying batter on the front wheels designed to aid aerodynamics.
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“Although the new race car will consider the IMSA and ACO regulations, Cadillac’s brand features will be recognized immediately, many of which can be seen in our V-Series vehicles today,” Chris Mikalaskas, Cadillac’s chief external creative designer, said in a statement earlier this year. It will combine form and function to influence car development. Cadillac brand DNA components, such as vertical light and floating blades will be present everywhere. “
The details of the powertrain about the Cadillac GTP Hypercar remain unclear, but we know that the race car is being built alongside the dollar.
Cadillac is not the only car maker ready to unveil its new Hypercar. BMW will present its racer on June 6 before making a competitive debut on next year’s Rolex 24. Like the Cadillac GTP Hypercar, it is built alongside the Dollar and will be able to compete in Le Mans where it will run with entrants from Porsche, Audi, Lamborghini, Acura, Toyota, Peugeot, Ferrari, and Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus.