2018 Trans Am FireBreather, Photos, Reviews




The 2018 Trans Am  FireBreather recently unveiled a one-of-a-kind Camaro-based concept with unique body work, fascias, wheels, suspension, and tires. This concept was developed for the Michigan-based studio’s upcoming film Jinn, directed by Ajmal Ahmad. The car resembles classic Pontiacs and got our blood pumping for a Pontiac variant of the new Camaro (which won’t happen, since GM sent Pontiac to the automotive graveyard last year).

Underneath the 2018 FireBreather is a stock Camaro SS (save for the modifications mentioned above). The engine has not been modified. Even the halo LED headlight surrounds have remained intact, albeit with an addition of one on each side, despite the new front fascia. These lights particularly evoke BMW’s “angel eyes,” perhaps because of the Pontiac-esque twin “kidney” grill or  the fact that there are now two halos on each side of the nose.
2018 Trans Am  FireBreather, Photos, Reviews
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2018 Trans Am  FireBreather, Photos, Reviews
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2018 Trans Am  FireBreather, Photos, Reviews
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2018 Trans Am  FireBreather, Photos, Reviews
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2018 Trans Am  FireBreather, Photos, Reviews
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2018 Trans Am  FireBreather, Photos, Reviews
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2018 Trans Am  FireBreather, Photos, Reviews
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2018 Trans Am  FireBreather, Photos, Reviews
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2018 Trans Am  FireBreather, Photos, Reviews
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2018 Trans Am  FireBreather, Photos, Reviews
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2018 Trans Am  FireBreather, Photos, Reviews
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For those desperate for a modern incarnation of the 2018 Trans-Am and/or Firebird, the design studio – Classic Design Concepts of Novi, Michigan- will be offering 50 of these beauties for sale at just under $60,000. Considering loaded Camaros can approach 50k, without demand-drive dealer markups, this doesn’t seem like a bad price for one model of only 50.