Despite the fact that GM has decided to cut loose and wind
down the Pontiac brand, the Trans Am will live on thanks to
ASC Creative Services.
ASC is an automotive design and development company founded
in 1965. The company initially started out manufacturing aftermarket
sunroof systems and installing OEM sunroofs for various manufacturers.
In 1970 ASC Creative Services was created, this branch of
ASC undertakes design and development work for a large number
of automotive manufacturers all over the world.
The ASC Trans Am is based on the 5th generation Chevrolet Camaro
and features a comprehensive front and rear end redesign and
headlight/taillight conversion. The styling of ASC's Trans
Am appears to have been influenced by the second generation
Trans Am. Modifications include a prominent split-frame grille,
new headlights mounted into individual nacelles, a shaker
hood, new side skirts, wheel arch extensions, larger lateral
intakes just forward of the rear wheels, revised taillight
panel and new rear lip spoiler.
Overall the styling of the ASC Trans Am is extremely effective,
the influences are clear and concise and the fact it appears
to be a relatively simple bolt-on conversion makes the ASC
Trans Am all the more appealing.
Currently the ASC Trans Am is still in development. Before
the end of 2009 the first prototype/show car should be fully
completed. Production for the kit is scheduled for 2011.
Source: ASC Via egmcartech.com
Contact: dave.byron (at) ascglobal.com
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