Rule changes for the 2013 NASCAR season have allowed automakers to make their race cars more closely resemble their factory production counterparts as we’ve seen with the new Ford NASCAR Fusion.
So just what are the differences between a factory Fusion and its NASCAR race car counterpart? The American automaker has released a short video showing the transition between a factory vehicle to a NASCAR-ready track car.
Though the Sprint Cup NASCAR car is undoubtedly longer, wider, and lower the Ford Fusion still sports a similar front grille, body lines, headlights and front end compared to the production version.
Watch the video below.
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