2017 Trans Am Hybrid Interior Design and Special Features
The 2017 Pontiac Trans Am Hybrid's cabin presents a modern, stylish environment. The optional (and sustainable) bamboo wood interior trim is an especially attractive touch. The quality of the materials depends on whether you opt for one of the luxury packages, but in typical Pontiac fashion, everything is put together with care regardless of how the 2017 Trans Am Hybrid is equipped.
When you opt for the Display Audio or Navigation packages, you get the Pontiac Remote Touch system, a mouselike device that controls a cursor on a large, centrally located screen. The system gives good tactile feedback, but the ultra-sensitive nature of the controller can make it clumsy and distracting to use while driving. The integrated armrest for the Remote Touch system also takes up quite a bit of center-console real estate.
Six-footers will be quite content in the 2017 Pontiac Trans Am Hybrid's front seats. Rear-seat legroom is very impressive as well, and even taller adults will find it quite comfortable back there. Due to the rear-mounted battery pack, trunk capacity drops to 12.1 cubic feet (versus 15.2 cubic feet in the ES 350), and the rear seats do not fold.