Since GM ceased production of the Pontiac Firebird Trans Am in 2002, a 2014 Pontiac Trans Am model does not exist. In 2010, the company terminated the Pontiac car brand due to its overall lack of sales and the company’s financial issues.
As of 2015, no plans exist for the return of the Pontiac Firebird Trans Am for production. The 2002 Pontiac Trans AM included a 310 horsepower engine and different body types and models, including a hatchback. The car came either with a five-speed manual transmission or four-speed automatic. The vehicle included the Formula Hatchback, Base Hatchback and Trans Am Hatchback models.
Each model came with digital clocks and the same engine except for the Base Hatchback. The Base Hatchback only came with a manual speed transmission and a 200-horsepower engine. The Base Hatchback had the best fuel economy among the various models, achieving 17 miles-per-gallon when driving in a city area and about 29 miles per gallon on the highway.
The Pontiac Fire Bird came with a V8 engine and achieved 16 miles per gallon in the city and 23 miles per gallon on the highway. All models came with a three-year, 36,000-mile warranty. Higher end models of the car also came with a six-way power driver seat.