SEMA 2009: Lingenfelter T/A Concept

by Alex

Lingenfelter T-A ConceptThe T/A Concept reminds us the good old Trans Am from the 70s. Based on the 2010 Camaro it shows us what the modern day Trans Am could look like if GM had not killed the Pontiac brand.

What makes this car so special is the 455 cubic inch V8 with CNC ported and polished LS7 heads.

The engine produces 655 horsepower and 610 lb-ft torque.

“Lingenfelter Performance Engineering designed and built this vehicle with one goal in mind – to celebrate, in a most pronounced manner, America’s muscle-car heritage,” said Lingenfelter. “Just one look at its spirited design is all it takes to realize Lingenfelter knows power. And a turn of the key confirms that fact as all 650 horses start running.”

T/A Concept features a new front fascia, new hood with shaker scoop, custom lamps, grille, turn signals, extended rear corners, custom taillight housings giving it a true modern day Trans Am look.

Wheels are custom designed 20-inch Honeycomb’s with bright brushed aluminum details and are shorn with Nitto Tires in size 275/40ZR20 fronts and 315/35ZR20 rears.

A custom-designed CORSA Performance stainless steel exhaust provides even more torque for the Lingenfelter T/A concept vehicle, which is finished in an icy, bright white with an electric blue stripe running from front to rear.

Office workers are made up of parts of the whole, working on the project.
Vector illustration of teamwork concept. Office workers are made up of parts of the whole, working on the project.
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