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 |  Feb 21 2012, 8:00 AM

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The new NASCAR Dodge Charger isn’t set to even make an appearance until next year, but the team out at Penske Racing is already hard at work in preparing it for its racing debut.

Much like the 2013 NASCAR Ford Fusion that was revealed earlier this year, the 2013 Dodge Charger actually looks like a stock car, resembling its factory counterpart. While the cars themselves may increasingly share a great deal underneath, it’s nice to see that a new generation of NASCAR stock cars are inheriting their design from the actual production models.

The photos taken over at Penske Racing also reveal the new fuel injected engines that the Chargers will run in the 2013 race season.

GALLERY: 2013 NASCAR Dodge Charger

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[Source: Randy Ayers' NASCAR Modeling via Jalopnik]