Mark Kent, Chevy’s director of motorsports, says he’s satisfied the brand has achieved its aims since the introduction of aero kits for the start of the 2015 IndyCar season.
Kent also insisted that Chevrolet derives marketing and technological benefits from its involvement with the Verizon IndyCar Series.
He told Motorsport.com: “We got everything out of aero kits that we hoped to, so from our perspective, they were a very worthwhile proposition.
“There were two reasons we did it: 1) visual differentiation and 2) the opportunity to out-engineer and outperform our competition. And if you look back at last year, the [Chevrolet and Honda] cars looked truly different from each other, and we definitely had a package that did outperform our competition.”