The heads on Earnhardt’s engine are tuned for extreme
competition by NASCAR’s top engine builders. While the
heads on your street version will be considerably
milder, they still have a pent-roof design coupled with
flat-top pistons for maximum horsepower -- the Impala SS
heads are the same ones used on the Corvette Z06.
The SS comes with a distinctive rear spoiler that
looks very similar to the one on Dale Earnhardt Jr’s Car
of Tomorrow -- just without the side winglets.
A performance-tuned suspension provides crisp handling
on the streets. The car has a stiffer sports car like
ride -- but it’s not set up to qualify at Talladega.
A 34mm front stabilizer bar combined with a stiff spring
rate help the Impala SS tackle twisty roads with ease.
While it doesn’t come with Goodyear racing slicks, the
Impala SS is equipped 18 in performance tires with a W
speed rating for sustained high-speed driving.
The Impala SS is equipped with On Star for quick
communication during an emergency -- you can even have
your doors unlocked by remote control.
It’s the next best thing to having Tony Eury Jr on your