Chevrolet is the latest manufacturer to enter the GT4 arena with a new contender based on the latest Camaro.
The General Motors brand follows BMW and Mercedes in announcing new GT4 cars for 2017.
The turn-key Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R has been developed by Pratt & Miller, which builds and runs the Corvette C7.Rs that compete in the IMSA SportsCar Championship and at the Le Mans 24 Hours.
The car, based on the sixth-generation Camaro platform, follows on from the successful Z28.R race version of the iconic American muscle car, which won the 2015 Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge.
The GT4.R is powered by a dry-sump race-tuned version of the road car's 6.2-litre V8 engine, which drives through an Xtrac sequential gearbox.
Aerodynamic developments include a new rear wing and front splitter and diveplanes.
The GT4.R is homologated for all GT4 competitions worldwide, including the Grand Sport (GS) category in the Continental series and the GTS class of the Pirelli World Challenge.
No price has been announced for the new car and teams are expected to confirm programmes imminently.