2018 Buick Firebird

February 23rd, 2017 | Comments Closed | Buick

The 2018 Buick Firebird is an American car built by Pontiac from 1967 to 2002 model. The Buick Firebird is designed as a competitive pony car with Ford Mustang, launched on 23 February 1967, the same year as an example of the GM’s Chevrolet platform division-sharing Camaro. This is in line with the release of the Mercury Cougar in 1967, Ford’s upscale, Mustang-share-sharing version of the Mustang, “Firebird” and also used for the GM General Motors Firebird 1950s and the first automobile of the 1960s.

2018 Buick Firebird Trans Am

2018 Buick Firebird Trans Am

Buick Firebird Trans AM

Buick Firebird Trans AM

The first generation of the Buick Firebird had features of the coke bottle shared with his cousin, the Chevrolet Camaro. Unlike Camaro, the Firebird’s bumpers were combined with the end design. The fire lines behind the “Firelit” Firebird were inspired by Pontiac GTO in 1966-1967. Both two-hard hardtop and convertible were provided during the model year of 1969. The car was a consolation comfort of Pontiac, who wished to produce a two-wheel drive based on its original banshee car. However, GM is afraid that this will reduce the sale of the Chevrolet Corvette, and offers Pontiac part of the market “in the car” by joining the F-body platform with Chevrolet.

Buick Firebird 2018

Buick Firebird 2018

Buick Firebird 2018In 2012, General Motors signed a licensing agreement with Trans Am to transfer Trans Am to the Pontiac name for custom versions of the new Trans Am. Under this agreement, Trans Am Depot takes a new model of Chevrolet Camaros, defeats them in their core parts, and refines what looks like the Buick Trans Am. They do this on the 6T9 designs Trans Am, 6T9 Goat (“GTO”), 7T7 Trans Am, and the cutting-edge Hurst Trans Am.

2018 Buick Firebird Trans Am GTA (Gran Turismo Americano) was an optional package for Firebird Trans Am that added 16 wheels of alloy diamond-spokes alloy, monochromatic, and special beaches of the cloisonne GTA. The GTA (and the Formula drawing aimed at filling the gap between the Modelbird Firebird and mid-level Trans Am) was the brainchild of former Pontiac auction manager Lou Wassel.

It was intended to be an “awesome” Trans Am and it was a very expensive Firebird. The GTA officially packed package is sold in 1987 and avoided a gas-guzzler tax on PW 16-inch gold cross-lace wheels. The high WS6 suspension package also returns to provide compatible travel while maintaining strict management features.