Signed by Burt Reynolds, the legendary Trans Am is back! With a total of 77 models being created, the new Trans AM SE Bandit Edition will be a rare find.
From 1967 to 2002 Pontiac created these fantastic cars, but now you can still go and buy a the updated Trans Am. The company Trans Am Depot introduced a new, extremely limited, Trans AM SE Bandit Edition, based on the bones of the fifth-generation Chevrolet Camaro, inspired by the famous and unforgettable black and gold example that starred in 1977 hit movie “Smokey and the Bandit”.
Trans Am Depot model features all the details and elements crafted to replicate the original vehicle, paying more than a tribute to it. Of course, there’s also a big bird plastered on the hood. Traditionalists will, of course, dismiss this new car as a pale imitation of the original, but the Trans Am SE Bandit Edition benefits from the advance of technology.
The car’s are equipped with 7.4-liter LSX V8 supercharged engines that can put out as much as 840 horsepower, about 650 more than disappointing 185 horsepower original Bandit Trans-Am, which should please even the most jaded traditionalist.
Pricing starts at about $115,000, which includes the cost of the donor Camaro.