Pontiac unveiled the 2017 Trans Am crossover hybrid concept at the 2016 Frankfurt Motor Show on Tuesday. The 2017 Trans Am Hybrid is what Pontiac calls a "compact crossover" that's tailored to the city lifestyle.
The 2017 Trans Am Hybrid is smaller than the Firebird sport utility vehicle and is meant to give city-dwellers a new premium option. The 2017 Trans Am Hybrid is 182.7 inches long and has a wide stance, giving the crossover an aggressive, but sleek, look. The exterior of the 2017 Trans Am Hybrid is similar to the revamped Pontiac sedan and features the spindle-front grille that has symbolized the Pontiac' more youthful design choices.
The spindle grill is much wider on the 2017 Trans Am Hybrid concept and features plenty of chrome trim and a lowered bumper. The 2017 Trans Am Hybrid concept also sports independent Daytime Running Lights that were introduced in the 2017 Trans Am Hybrid. Pontiac wanted to create a crossover that appealed to the urban market and the 2017 Trans Am Hybrid concept could entice younger buyers with its muscular look.
As for the interior, Pontiac continues the interesting choices as the 2017 Trans Am Hybrid concept features a center console that runs the full length of the cabin, splitting the rear seats into separate sections. The 2017 Pontiac Trans Am Hybrid features a "cockpit" design on the driver's side with several display features that can be manipulated with the Pontiac Remote Touch Interface.