After the release of the new Camaro, many tuners and fabrication specialists were immediately engulfed in ways to make the new bow-tie faster and sleeker. High performance upgrades and body kits were being introduced almost hourly and in no time at all the aftermarket for the Camaro became very extensive. The most recent of these add-ons isn't actually an upgrade, but a full bodied transformation to the Camaro's counterpart, the Trans Am.
The masterminds at American Specialty Car (ASC) are the responsible party behind the Trans-Am spin off and although some of the minor details may have been over accentuated, the overall design is very well put together. It should come as no surprise that a 2010 Camaro acted as the foundation for the specially built sports car.
Just like the Camaro borrowed many design ideals from previous generations, the ASC Trans-Am was also built to pay respect to the Pontiac Performance of years past. The ducktail spoiler and shaker hood are among the most obvious of these design cues, with others placed on every corner of the vehicle.
The exact details surrounding the package are few and far between, so it is uncertain what changes, if any, have been made to the drivetrain. A few people have already contacted ASC requesting additional information and as soon as we hear anything, you will be the first to know.
Edmunds , ASC