Here Is The New 2015 Pontiac Trans Am – Price, Specs and Release Date

2015 Pontiac Trans Am

Here Is The New 2015 Trans Am – Price, Specs and Release Date

The new 2015 Pontiac Trans Am will look like a Camaro, but this car will be a lot cheaper. It’s not just going to be the same in style, but almost everything from the exterior design to the engine performances will resemble like the Camaro. The good thing is that it will be an upgraded version of Camaro that you could buy for less money. This is not the first time Pontiac did something like this. If you go back in 1969 you will find out that the Trans Am was again an upgraded version of their Firebird.

The current version features a better suspension and engine than its predecessor, a whole different body, bigger wheels and better handling. The company do not want to reveal or even speak a word, as they are still hiding the truth about the 2015 Trans Am. The car has a great part of the USA muscle car history. Therefore there are a lot of Trans Am lovers out there ready to buy and drive this piece of a history in its brand new edition. It is expected to be revealed in the last quarter of this year.

The price will be in a $20k – $25k range. Let’s take a look at the engines that are going be available for sale with this muscle car. The standard one will be the 3.7 V6, 310 BHP engine. And if you are not satisfied with it and seek more power, then you should go with the bigger one, the 5.0-liter, V8 with approximately 425 horsepower’s and amazing 400 lb-ft of torque.

And if that doesn’t satisfy your adrenaline thirst, there is rumor, a one hell of an engine that could be installed under the hood, a monster 6.2-liter engine with 550 horsepower. That one is considered to be the biggest engine for this 2015 generation. If you are a speed junkie, this is the right car for you, which will provide the right amount of adrenaline. This new generation 2015 Trans Am will reach 60 MPH in only 4 seconds. And with the upgraded brakes that follow the horses in power, the car could be in a complete stop from 60 to 0 in just 106 feet.

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