Brad Jones Racing has released renders of Gen3 specification Chevrolet Camaros sporting two of the team's current liveries.
Coinciding with today's confirmation of a contract extension for Nick Percat, the team has shown off two cars sporting an R&J Batteries livery and Coca-Cola colour scheme.
The R&J Batteries livery is identical to the #8 Holden ZB Commodore that Percat currently races while the Coca-Cola livery matches the #96 that Macauley Jones runs.
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Brad Jones Racing becomes the second team in as many weeks to show off their current livery stock on a Gen3 render after Kelly Grove Racing recently released imagery.
Like Kelly Grove Racing, the Brad Jones Racing release isn't necessarily indicative of the final look for the team, nor its commitment to the new Chevrolet Camaro.
However, Speedcafe.com understands the team is likely to continue running a General Motors product with the arrival of Gen3 midway through 2022.
The team currently runs four cars in the Repco Supercars Championship with Todd Hazelwood and Jack Smith its other drivers.
Meanwhile, Team Sydney and Walkinshaw Andretti United haven't publicly stated its manufacturer alliance as yet.